Schlosser made two starts during his stellar week, which included one win. That win was one of just six complete game shutouts this season. In total, Schlosser pitched 14 scoreless innings, walked one and struck out 15. Schlosser's scoreless streak currently sits at 28.1 innings, which dates back to the 6th of July. That streak is second in Hillcats' history to Sean Burnett's 32.1 scoreless from June 4th to July 4th in 2002.
Currently, Schlosser is tied for the league league with 11 wins, is third in ERA (2.88) and fourth in strikeouts (110). Schlosser is also tops in the league in innings pitched (134.1), second in WHIP (1.06), third in average (.237), fifth in strike out per nine (7.37) and fourth in fewest walks per nine (1.61).
The 23-year-old is in his first full season in professional baseball after being drafted in the 17th round in 2011 out of Florida Southern College. Schlosser was named second team All-Sunshine State Conference selection and was named to the 2011 Rawlings Gold Glove South Region team. He was JUCO Player of the Year in 2009 at Manatee Community College. Last season between Danville in the Appalachian League and Rome in the South Atlantic League, Schlosser went 2-0 with a 1.56 ERA in 21 games. He allowed 23 hits and six earned runs in 34.2 innings. He also struck out 42 and walked five. Before this season, Schlosser never started a game in professional baseball.