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Garrett played baseball for McAlester High School in Oklahoma as a starting left-handed pitcher. His team won state championships in 1998 and 2000. He was also a member of the 1999 AAU National Championship team. Garrett was drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 11th round in 2000 but chose to attend Kansas State on a full baseball scholarship. He transferred to Grayson County Community College before finishing his collegiate career with the University of Oklahoma from '03-'05. While at OU, Garrett earned 2nd team Big 12 honors. He was drafted by the New York Yankees in 2005. During his rookie season in Staten Island, Garrett set a record for the most strikeouts while helping his team win the Penn League Championship in 2005. He continued to play with the Yankees organization until injury ended his
baseball career in 2010. Garrett has continued his education at OU and will graduate in December 2011.
- 1998, 2000 State High School Championships - 3 year starter; tied record for most saves in one season
- 1999 AAU National Championship
- 2000 drafted by the Anaheim Angels in the 11th round
- 2004 2nd Team Big 12 Honors with OU
- 2005 drafted by New York Yankees in the 7th round out of OU
- Rookie season set the record for most strike outs in Staten Island (2005)
- Penn League Champions in 2005
- Played Class A, AA in the Yankee Organization from 2005-2010
- McAlester High School, Oklahoma - 2000
- B.A. in Multi-disciplinary Studies - University of Oklahoma - 2011