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Arrows 2035 draft review

The first year player draft was held for the Continental Baseball League last night. Your Indianapolis Arrows had the 1st overall pick. The following is a pick by pick break down and the teams thoughts on each selection. Round 1: Pick 1 (1st Overall): RF Jeff Hanson Brown University Age: 21| Bats: R | Throws: R (OSA .5/3.0) (Ki-chun Ahn 1.0/4.0) This may have been a surprise for most of the league. Word around the league is most scouts didn’t have Hanson rated as highly. Hanson was the 2nd best player in the draft according to Ahn. Scouting Report: Report on CF Jeff Hanson from Ki-chun Ahn: Jeff Hanson currently plays in the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics for the Brown University Brown Bears. He projects to hit for a high average with his smooth swing. He has plus ...

Arrows open season 9-13

April wasn’t exactly a great month for the Arrows but it also wasn’t horrible. The Arrows had made numerous changes this offeseason, leading all the wait to and including the first week of the season when they came to terms with vertern catcher Jop Ruttman. Ruttman so far has proved he was worth the wait for Arrow fans, as he started the season batting .209/.289/.448 while being 3rd on the team in HR’s with 3 (he’s behind Daymude – 7 – and other off-season pickup Channon -6-) As mentioned in maybe a surprising twist this early season ,first baseman Jonathan D. Daymude leads the team in home runs. He’s batting .231/.316/.510 so far this season. Daymude had a short stint of 5 games in Indy last season, batting .126 and 0 home runs in his 17 at bats. ...

Making Moves

INDIANAPOLIS, IN — It’s been a busy month for the Indianapolis Arrows. First was the announcement of the GM change. And at a press conference today at Mosaic Stadium of a few more newsworthy items and one big player announcement. Up first it was announced that the Arrows have signed two of the fan favorites, both LF Kevin ‘International Assasin’ Garvey and SS Khalil Greene to contract extensions. Garvey was a 2 year contract extension worth a total of $29,080,000. Garvey said today “I look forward to working with Indy to win a championship. I don’t buy into the notion that guys can play only in one city or another, that you need an “atmosphere” surrounding you, or that the fans get you up for a game. I mean, at 26 years of age you ought to be...

GM Change in Indianapolis

Everroad will take over a team that lost 112 games last season.

Regina to Relocate

The Regina Reapers announced today that they would be moving to Indianapolis and becoming the Indianapolis Arrows owner Able Wright said he would like to thank the fans of Regina for their support of the team.Mr. Wright also announced that there would be some changes in the ownership group with former Indianapolis Colts quarterback Peyton Manning and Indiana native David Letterman purchasing 20% of the team.In a statement, the new owners said: “We look forward to great fan support in Indianapolis and bringing exciting baseball to the circle city.”

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