Home » Sports » Salamida Returning to Goldeyes for a Sixth Season

Salamida Returning to Goldeyes for a Sixth Season

February 2, 2015 1:24 PM | Sports

Chris Salamida


Veteran left-handed Winnipeg Goldeyes pitcher Chris Salamida has been re-signed for the 2015 season.

Upon his return in the spring, the 30-year-old will be the longest-serving starting pitcher in team history. In 19 starts with the Goldeyes last season, Salamida posted a 7-4 record, 3.29 ERA, and logged a team-leading 126 innings pitched.

“He’s a great, veteran, top-of-the-rotation arm,” said manager Rick Forney. “He really seems to get better with each passing year with us. He does a tremendous job competing on the mound and does a fantastic job leading our pitching staff.”

The Goldeyes now have 11 players signed for the 2014 season, including seven pitchers and four position players.

Meta has been blocking Canadian news from its platforms, Facebook and Instagram, since August 1, 2023 in response to Canada’s Online News Act. To ensure you don’t miss the local news that matters to you, please subscribe to our free daily e-mail newsletter and add ChrisD.ca to your bookmarks and smartphone home screen. You can also follow us on Google News.