"He opened a lot of eyes across the country with professional scouts and people within the baseball community, so I'm really happy for him," said Hartleb. "He has matured a lot over his time here. I know that this will be something that will continue to help him grow as a player and it's gonna help us as a club and as a program as well."
As a sophomore last season, Jay went 4-1 with a 1.94 ERA in 23 relief appearances.
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