Gulin set a team record with 13 wins for Lincoln in 2006, posting a 2.10 ERA and bringing home the Star of Stars Award. He was later named to the Saltdogs’ All-Decade Team in 2010. The crafty southpaw has hurled for five different Major League organizations, twice reaching Triple-A, and earned a spot on the Pacific Coast League (AAA) All-Star Team in 2008. Gulin, whose professional baseball career has now spanned 16 seasons, was drafted in the 16th round of the 1995 MLB amateur draft by the New York Mets. In 13 total seasons pitching professionally in the United States, Gulin has notched a 118-67 record, logging more than 1,600 innings, while establishing a highly respectable 3.49 ERA. Gulin’s decorated career has also included two stops in the Far East. He pitched for the Fukuoka Hawks of the NPB (Japan’s highest league) in 2004-05, and for the Sinon Bulls of the Chinese Professional Baseball League in Taiwan in 2010.