Thursday, April 1, 2010

WARNER ROBINS AVIATORS Baseball Team Player Roster, Peach State League Minor League Pro Baseball

WARNER ROBINS AVIATORS Baseball Team
Player Roster
Peach State League Baseball 
Games played at Luther Williams Field
Macon Georgia


Pitchers

# Player B/T Ht Wt College Class
22 David Andres R/R 6-5 180 Franklin and Marshall
10 Drew Clementz R/R 6-0 180 UT Arlington
13 Duke Dykeman R/R 5-11 190 Alvin Junior College
14 Matt Francavillo R/R 5-11 180 University of Buffalo
25 Charlie Gordon R/R 6-5 225 Shepherd University
28 Grant Ledbetter R/R



20 Tommy Meagher R/R



17 Rob Savarese R/R 6-2 195 Farmingdale State College
24 Clayton Suss R/R 6-3 189 Miami Dade College
16 Coker R/R



Catchers

# Player B/T Ht Wt College Class
18 Chris Brown R/R 6-1 215 Pace University
6 Gabe Demarco R/R



27 Jeremy Gillan R/R



15 John Plasha R/R



Infielders

# Player B/T Ht Wt College Class
2 Jay Bresnahan R/R 5-10 185 Minnesota State University
21 Pat Kenny R/R 6-4 220 Madonna University
23 Cliff Panezich R/R



9 David Roth R/R 6-2 200 St. John Fisher College

Outfielders

# Player B/T Ht Wt College Class
4 Jon Greenwich R/R 6-2 200 University of Maryland
19 Greg Huff R/R



11 Garrett Lamborn R/R 6-1 200 Wesleyan University
3 Tim Rotola R/R 6-1 175 Liberty University
20 Adan Severino R/R 6-0 195 University of Miami
5 Devin Smith R/R 5-9 188 Iowa Wesleyan
8 Roberto Tabor R/R



Staff

Name
BRANDON McARTHUR     Manager
 


The rosters for the League’s four teams will consist of players that go undrafted in the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft. Each year there is a surplus of players coming out of college who go undrafted. League rosters will consist of these undrafted players, specifically college seniors, who have played collegiate baseball but have no college eligibility remaining. Rookie players that were released by their team during major league spring training or during the affiliated minor league season will also be eligible for League rosters. Players will only be eligible to play in the League for one season. These eligibility rules will make this a true rookie league and the only one of its kind. The League will fill a baseball need as all major league scouts are constantly looking for a place for such players to play.