2. Reed Gamache played college ball for the Binghamton Bearcats. In 2016, Binghamton made it to the NCAA Regional in College Station, Texas, but lost both games it played. A first team America East all-star, Gamache hit .366 in his senior season, yet was picked in the 2016 MLB draft.Big news out of @Binghamton_bsbl. Standout senior Reed Gamache signs w/ the NY Mets. STORY: https://t.co/iVE6Ulph0C pic.twitter.com/ynnKj9VH26— Tyler Feldman (@FeldmanWBNG) June 18, 2016
3. Reed Gamache can hit the long ball: See video below, filmed during a Binghamton Bearcats game.
4. Reed Gamache's brother, Dan Gamache, is an infielder with the AAA Indianapolis Indians, plays third base. His slash line: .264/.375/.368. At age 25, Dan is three years older than Reed. The Pirates drafted Dan 2011 in Round 6 out of Auburn University.BASE: Reed visiting the Gamache pit! Second home run of the game for @rgamache9 makes it 7-2 @binghamton_bsbl https://t.co/jCEV9Pecfh— Binghamton Athletics (@BU_Bearcats) May 7, 2016