Revere senior John Galbraith recently signed a National Letter of Intent to continue his academic and baseball careers at Cleveland State University.
Galbraith, a 6-foot-2 and 185-pound shortstop/third baseman, is a two-time All-Suburban League performer (2008 second team and 2009 honorable mention). He hit .381 with 17 RBI as a junior and hit .356 with 12 doubles and 23 RBI as a sophomore.
In two varsity seasons, Galbraith has a .367 batting average with 17 doubles, and 40 RBI. He is also a projected three-year starter for the Minutemen basketball team and was selected first-team All-Suburban League as a junior.
Galbraith has a 3.5 cumulative grade point average.
“John has been a two-year starter on the baseball team and an instrumental part of Revere’s back-to-back 18 win seasons,” Revere coach Phil Heyn said. “That creates a three-way tie for the school record of most wins in a season joining the 18-win team in 1984.
“He is a tremendous baseball player and more importantly, a great young man who I know he is going to go on and have a tremendous career at CSU.”