"Pat Gomez was a 1986 graduate of San Juan High School, where in his senior season, he fanned 110 batters in 70 innings of work. Having a fast ball that was clocked consistently in the mid-90s, he was drafted that summer in the 4th round by the Chicago Cubs.
"During his time in the minor leagues, he was a 2-time minor league All Star (Carolina League - 1989, Southern League - 1992). One of his fondest memories while in the minor leagues was being a part of the historic 1992 Greenville Braves that won 100 games, a record that still stands today. Pat's contribution was a 7-0 record with an amazingly low 1.13 ERA. His reward was a call-up to the big leagues in time to be a part of the Atlanta Braves winning the National League West division." See more @ http://EzineArticles.com/4251887
Now that his playing days are over, he have stays involved by providing commentary for both radio (KNBR 680 on the Gary Radnich Show, KFBK 1530 with Amy Lewis) and TV (doing stand-up for local station KMAX for the Giant's post-season run in 2002).
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