Parker returns to Madison this summer on a full-time contract after signing a year ago on a temporary contract that expired July 1st. The two-way player recorded four hits over 22 at-bats, and on the mound, he allowed two earned runs over 5.1 innings pitched. Prior to transferring to St. Louis University, Parker played at the Kansas City Kansas Community College his freshman year and at Seward County Community College this sophomore campaign.
Labbe: “Travis is another polished two-way player who I feel with another year of experience will make our team stronger. He is a solid defender at third base, and is versatile enough to hit anywhere throughout the line-up. Where I think Travis helps us the most is at reliever. He is extraordinarily difficult to hit, and he is used to pitching in the tightest spots for his St. Louis team.