A Short Biography of Ted Silva

Ted Silva was born on August 4, 1974. He is a right-hand baseball player, using both bats and throws with right hand. Ted Silva is a native of Redondo Beach in California State. Ted Silva’s build-up of his sporting career in baseball started at the Redondo Union School in Rednando Beach. He was graduated in the year 1992, in 2005, he earned his bachelor’s degree from in physics education.

In the 21st round of the 1995 MLB draft Ted Silva was selected for a former All-American pitcher at California State Fullerton. Silva spent with the Texas Ranger organization for five years in his career. For the Titans he played three seasons from 1995 to 1997 and 1999. He helped the lead team to get a National Championship.

In 2000 Ted Silva played for the Kaoping Fala, and in 2001 he played for the Camden Riversharks. At Villa Park High School he served as an assistant coach in 2004. In 2005 and 2006, Silva served as a volunteer assistant coach. In both years, the Titan won the Big West Conference championship and in 2006, it reached to the College World Series.

In 2007 season, Ted Silva spent at the Fresno State. For an NCAA Regional appearance he helped the Bulldogs. The team finished with the second best ERA in Fresno State in the WAC. Also, three Bulldog hurlers individually ranked in the top ten.

In 2008-10 Silva helped lead the UC Irvine to national prominence. The Anteaters qualified NCAA Regionals for three years continuously and in 2009 won the Big West Conference title. In the 2010 season, the Anteaters team achieve the second best totals in the league.

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