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Meet the Gators: Cade Fisher

Meet the Gators: Cade Fisher

Up next in the 2022 Meet the Gators series is freshman left-handed pitcher Cade Fisher of Dalton, Ga. Following an impressive career at Northwest Whitfield High School, Fisher will wear uniform No. 3 for the Orange & Blue.
Fisher already made his unofficial Gators debut, appearing out of the bullpen in each of Florida’s fall exhibitions. In game two of a doubleheader against Stetson on Nov. 6, the southpaw fired a clean fourth inning to hold the score in an eventual 5-1 victory.

As a two-sport athlete at Northwest Whitfield, Fisher was a four-time letterwinner under head baseball coach Todd Middleton in addition to lettering in football. Over the course of his career on the diamond, Fisher went 17-1 with 300 strikeouts in 157 1/3 frames, translating to 17.2 strikeouts per nine innings. Most notably, he set the Georgia state record with a 0.71 career ERA.
In his junior and senior campaigns, Fisher was named the Conference Pitcher of the Year while garnering All-State recognition, including a first-team nod in 2022. The left-hander collected a pair of All-Section and All-Area honors from 2021-22, earning Dalton Daily Citizen All-Area Baseball Player of the Year in back-to-back seasons as well.
Fisher spent time on USA Baseball’s 18U National Team in 2021, tossing eight scoreless innings with four hits and two walks allowed while striking out 10 batters. He also competed for DRB Elite and the East Cobb Astros, helping lead East Cobb to a 2021 World Wood Bat Association Championship.

Prior to bringing his talents to the college realm, Fisher was ranked by Prep Baseball Report as the No. 9 left-handed pitcher and No. 57 overall player nationally on top of being the No. 1 left-hander and No. 5 recruit in Georgia. Perfect Game was also bullish on Fisher, tabbing him as the 12th-ranked left-hander and 112th-ranked player in the country.
As the son of Chad and Cecilia Fisher, Cade has two siblings, Ty and Haley, the former of which plays baseball at Georgia Southern. His father competed in football at Mars Hill University, while his mother starred in basketball at Tennessee Tech and is a member of the school’s Hall of Fame….

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