Braase came on for the starter and held his opponents as Southern Idaho came back for the win, The Times-News wrote.
"You can't say enough good words about John Braase," Southern Idaho coach Jim Walker told The Times-News.
Braase went on from Southern Idaho to turn pro. His pro career lasted three seasons. He topped out at high-A.
Braase's career began in 1988, taken by the Dodgers in the 29th round of the draft out of Southern Idaho and the College of Idaho.
At Southern Idaho, Braase had a 2.42 ERA and struck out 66 in 1987. In 1988 at the College of Idaho, Braase went 7-1, with a 2.42 ERA as he struck out 69. In May 1988, Braase went seven innings, allowing four hits and striking out eight in a win.
Braase moved to the rookie Gulf Coast League for 1989. He went 2-0, with a 2.34 ERA over 21 outings. He also saved six.
He arrived at high-A Bakersfield for 1990. In 29 outings, one start, he went 3-3, with a 4.84 ERA and saved two. That year proved his final season as a pro.
Made the Majors:1,215-34.9%
Never Made Majors:2,264-65.1%-X
5+ Seasons in the Majors:504
10+ Seasons in the Minors:299