William Paul Bray, or Bill as he is popularly known, is a professional baseball player from the USA. Bill specializes as a relief pitcher. After graduating from the Ocean Lakes High School, Bill went on to attend the College of William and Mary. He had a wonderful time playing freshman college-ball and was picked at 13th overall, in the 2004 Amateur Draft by the Montreal Expos.
Bray stayed with the team through their transition from being the Montreal Expos to the Washington Nationals. Playing through the minor league affiliates, Bill went on to make his debut for the Nationals in June, 2006. For his first six games, Bill didn’t give away a single run. His run broke against the Colorado Rockies and Bill ended up giving away 5 runs in 2-innings.
A month later, Bill was on his way to the Cincinnati Reds along with Royce Clayton and Brendan Harris. Bill’s career stats stand at a 3.86 ERA and a 8 – 7 record with 107 strikeouts at the end of the 2008 season.