Johnson-Brock graduate joining Peru State baseball

Johnson-Brock graduate joining Peru State baseball
Auburn Legion Baseball player Jaxson Balm (Photo Courtesy: Kimberly Buchmeier)

PERU – The Peru State College baseball coaching staff has announced its commits prior to the 2019 spring season. Head coach Wayne Albury recently shared the list of newcomers.

The following have indicated their commitment to play for the Bobcats this spring with their year in school, previous school, and hometown listed, in addition to their anticipated position(s). They are listed alphabetically:

Jaxson Balm – SO. – Northwest Missouri State University (Auburn) – Outfield
Adam Cendejas – JR. – Santa Ana College (Chino Hills, Calif.) – First Base
Jose Chacin – JR. – Cloud County CC (Machiques, Venezuela) – Catcher
Brandon Durr – JR. – Prairie State College (Hazel Crest, Ill.) – Outfield
Julian Fernandez – JR. – Southeastern CC (Middle Village, N.Y.) – Third Base
Austin Greenfield – SO– Dakota Wesleyan (Omaha) – Outfield
Luis Landaeta – JR. – Cloud County CC (Porlamar, Venezuela) – Second Base
Reiner Mendez – SO– Southeastern CC (Barquisimeto, Venezuela) – Pitcher
Eddy Pimentel – JR. – Northeastern Ohio (San Juan, Puerto Rico) – Outfield
Zach Pinkerton – JR. – University of Nebraska at Kearney (Beatrice) – Pitcher
Alexander Ramos – FR. – Polk State College (Lakeland, Fla.) – Second Base
Brock Renter – FR. – Douglas County West HS (Valley) – Pitcher
Jesus Tavarez – SO. – Illinois Eastern CC (Santo Domingo, D.R.) – Shortstop
Ricardo Vargas – FR. – Broward College (Lakeland, Fla.) – Outfield
Abner Vincenty – JR. – Monroe College (Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico) – Outfield
Wade Witt – JR. – Oklahoma Panhandle State University (Salem) – Pitcher

These newcomers will join 20 returners from last year’s Bobcat roster for the spring 2019 campaign. The season will begin on Feb. 2 as long as Mother Nature permits.

Peru State is scheduled to take on former Heart of America Athletic Conference (Heart) foe Avila in a pair of double headers in Kansas City, Mo., that first weekend in February.

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