Infante completed 10 games during his four years at the school, tied for 17th overall at the school, according to a 2012 list. He also threw a shutout and appeared in 185 innings.
He also allowed enough hits, runs and earned runs to make top-20 career lists at the school, according to the 2012 list.
But Infante put up enough good numbers at Cincinnati - and a tryout - to sign as a pro. His pro career lasted two seasons. He made it as high as single-A.
Infante's career began in 1989, signed by the Cardinals as an undrafted free agent out of Cincinnati.
Infante started the 1987 season 3-0, with a 3.32 ERA. By 1989, he was the team's No. 2 starter.
Infante signed with the Cardinals at a tryout camp, according to his Best card. Assigned to short-season Hamilton, he earned his first professional win in relief by throwing two perfect innings.
Overall in 1989, Infante got into 24 games, starting three. He went 1-4, with four saves and a 3.56 ERA,
He moved to single-A Springfield for 1990. He got into 50 games, all in relief. He went 3-5, with a 5.35 ERA, ending his pro career.
- GoBearcats.com, 2012:Individual Career Records
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