|High School:||St. Joseph Catholic|
2011: Named the MAC Scholar Athlete of the Week for March 25... Ranks second in the MAC with 18 doubles, and that total is the third most in a single season in Buffalo history... had 16 multi-hit games, including two games with four or more hits... matched a single-game program record after getting five hits against North Carolina Central, including two home runs and five RBI (3/18)... followed up his five hit game with another program record of four walks against NC Central (3/19)... went 4-5 with two doubles and three runs scored in an 18-7 win over Delaware State (3/4)... had five games with two or more runs batted in... thanks to a team-high 11 hit by pitches and 21 walks to go with his career-best 59 hits, Baldock boasted a .420 on-base percentage.
2010: Stepped into a pivotal role right away, starting in 40 games... batted .311 for the season, collecting 47 hits, including 10 extra-base hits... tied for the team lead in triples, with two... had 12 two-hit games and two three-hit games... put together a seven-game hitting streak... helped solidify the Bulls infield, making 11 appearances at second base and 27 appearances at third base.
High School: Four-year letterwinner, serving as captain for one season at St. Joseph Catholic for head coach Rene Coutu... also played football and basketball for the Jaguars.
Personal: Born December 29, 1991... son of Murray and Annette... has a sister, Hayley... also recruited by Le Moyne and Canisius... likes to fish... greatest athletic exerience was representing Canada in the 2004 Little League World Series...dream is to be drafted...at every home game, he touches third base on his way out to the field... greatest athletic influence is his parents... majoring in business management.