Both the win and his first hit appeared to be helped along by the score. Texas A&M took the victory by a score of 25-4.
Herrmann went on from Texas A&M to play as a pro. His pro career ended up being brief, just two seasons. He never made AA.
Herrmann's career began that year in 1989, taken by the Tigers in the 25th round of the draft out of Texas A&M. He previously attended Blinn College.
At Blinn, Herrmann took a loss in a March 1986 game, striking out seven, but walking seven.
At Texas A&M, Herrmann into arm problems, according to an account on TexAgs.com. He saw four outings in 1987 and then lost all of 1988 to arm surgery. He then got into eight games in 1989, going 6-0.
Herrmann started with the Tigers at short-season Niagara Falls. He went 7-4 in 15 starts, with a 4.21 ERA.
He moved to single-A Fayetteville for 1990, starting the year in the club's rotation. His stay ended up being brief, just seven starts. He went 0-4, with a 6.75 ERA, ending his career.
- Kerrville Times, May 28, 1989: Aggie bats brutal in 25-4 victory
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