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Rayne William Supple

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Rayne William Supple (born August 18, 1997) from Shelburne, Vermont is an American professional baseball player in the Colorado Rockies organization. Two-time Little League State Champion, two-time Gatorade Baseball Player of the Year, drafted out of high school by the Chicago Cubs in the 38th round of the amateur draft in 2015.

Amateur Career[edit | edit source]

2005: Supple was the Vermont Major League Baseball Pitch, Hit and Run Champion as a 7-year-old [1].

2008 - 2010: He was a two-time Vermont State Little League Champion for Shelburne Vermont in 2008 and 2010. At the New England Little League Regionals in Bristol Connecticut, Supple led the New England Region with a batting average of .600, with 3 home runs, and a slugging percentage of 1.40. His slugging percentage was the best among all eight Little League Regional tournaments and batting average was fourth nationwide [2]. On the mound, Supple appeared in two games with no decision, giving up just two hits and racked up 15 strikeouts over 7-1/3 innings [3].

High School - Champlain Valley Union HS[edit | edit source]

2013: As a high school sophomore Supple led Champlain Valley High School to the Vermont D1 State Championship. In what was to become the longest Division 1 championship game in Vermont State history, Supple entered a tied game in the bottom of the fifth inning and threw six hitless innings, striking out six while holding off the favored Essex (VT) Hornets team who carried a team batting average of .389 into the championship game. Champlain Valley won the game 4-3 in 11 innings [4].

2014: Supple was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for Vermont as a junior[5].

2014: Played summer baseball for the Bayside Yankees[6]

2015: Supple was named the Gatorade Player of the Year for Vermont as a senior[7].

2015: As a senior, he was named Vermont D1 High School Player of the Year. On the mound, Supple had a 6-0 record, and ERA of .57 with 70 strikeouts to 14 walks. At the plate, he hit .512 with 23 RBI, 14 doubles, 1 triple and 1 HR [8].

2015: American Baseball Coaches Association Rawlings All-American, First Team Region 1 (New England + New York) [9].

2015: 38th round selection in the Major League Baseball Amateur Draft by the Chicago Cubs[10]. His selection broke a 13 year drought being the first Vermont high schooler to be selected in the MLB draft since 2002[11]

2015: Played summer baseball for the Bristol Blues in the Futures Collegiate League. Supple was the first Blues player ever selected in the MLB draft.[8]

College - Wake Forest University[edit | edit source]

2015-2018: Rather than sign with the Chicago Cubs, Supple honored his commitment to Wake Forest University - a member of the powerful Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC)[12]. At Wake Forest, he excelled his junior year in the closer role recording 8 saves. His record was 5-2 with a 2.11 ERA over 47 innings pitched with 55 strikeouts vs. 32 walks in 2018. Opponents only hit .178 vs. him in 2018 and only .208 over his career as a Demon Deacon [13]. According to scouts, he has a fastball sitting at 93-95 mph with and above-average to plus slider at 80-84 mph [14]

Professional career - Colorado Rockies[edit | edit source]

2018: Drafted in the 13th round of the 2018 MLB amateur draft by the Colorado Rockies[15]. He spent his rookie season with the Grand Junction Rockies. Appeared in 21 games with an 0-1 record, holding opponents to a .239 batting average against.[16]. He led the Pioneer League with seven holds [17]

2019: Assigned to the Boise Hawks.

United States Patent[edit | edit source]

Supple is also the inventor of a unique sport mouthguard [18]. He holds a United States Patent for the product[19]


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  11. "Vermonters picked in MLB amateur draft - New York Yankees - Major League Baseball". Scribd.
  12. "2019 College Baseball Conference RPI - WarrenNolan.com". warrennolan.com.
  13. "Rayne Supple - Baseball". Wake Forest University Athletics.
  14. "ACC Dispatches: Duke, Wake Arms Shine • D1Baseball". 24 May 2018.
  15. https://www.wcax.com/content/sports/Supple-McDowell-Taken-in-MLB-Draft-484777801.html https://www.burlingtonfreepress.com/story/sports/2018/06/06/vermonters-rayne-supple-theo-mcdowell-chosen-2018-mlb-draft/679900002/ http://www.thecitizenvt.com/2018/06/14/shelburnes-rayne-supple-heads-big-leagues/
  16. "Rayne Supple Stats, Highlights, Bio - Grand Junction Rockies Stats". Grand Junction Rockies.
  17. "Pioneer League 2018 Pitching Leaders - Pioneer League Stats". Pioneer League.
  18. https://patentimages.storage.googleapis.com/77/1d/ac/c52410a0d4eb7d/USD830640.pdf
  19. "Mouthguard".

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