Princeton Baseball in the Pros Recently Featured on NJ.com and Star Ledger
PRINCETON (4/11/14) – The Princeton baseball program and its four alums playing in the Major Leagues was the subject of a recent Star Ledger article this week. Princeton currently has four Major Leaguers and three players in the Minor Leagues.
Chris Young and David Hale opened the year in the starting rotations for the Seattle Mariners and Atlanta Braves, respectively. Will Venable is an everyday outfielder with the San Diego Padres and Ross Ohlendorf, a relief pitcher for the Washington Nationals, opened the year on the Disabled List.
Princeton also five players chasing the Major Leagues in the Minors. Matt Bowman is a starting pitcher at the AA level in the New York Mets organization. Jack Murphy and Dan Barnes are both in the Toronto Blue Jays organization with Murphy playing at the AAA level and Barnes in High A recuperating from injuries suffered last season. Mike Ford is playing Class A ball in the New York Yankees farm system and Zak Hermans is in the Chicago Cubs system, awaiting assignment in extended Spring Training.
Click here to read the full article about Princeton’s Major Leaguers.