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Jonah S. Nickerson (born March 9 1985 in Casper, Wyomingmarker) is a pitcher in the Detroit Tigers organization. Nickerson played for the 2006 College World Series-winning Oregon State Beavers, and was named the Most Outstanding Player.

Early life

Although born in Wyoming, Nickerson grew up in Oregon City, Oregonmarker, and played prep baseball there. He graduated from Oregon City High Schoolmarker in 2003. At a local rally in Oregon City on July 7, 2006, Nickerson was honored with the keys to the city by Mayor Alice Norris, who also proclaimed July 7 as "Jonah Nickerson Day".

College career

A 6'1", 190 lb right-hander, Nickerson posted a record of 13-4 during the 2006 season, including 3 games (2 victories and one no-decision) during the College World Series; one of them, a victory against Rice University which qualified the Beavers for the Finals, came on only two days rest. His ERA for the regular season was 2.50. He was named an All-American in both 2005 and 2006.

Professional career

Jonah was selected by the Detroit Tigers in the 7th round of the 2006 Major League Baseball Draft. In 2006 he made 5 appearances with the short season Class A Oneonta Tigers of the New York - Penn League. Currently he is a starting pitcher for the Tigers Class AA affiliate Erie SeaWolves of the Eastern League.

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