Oilers add player for 2013

The Peninsula Oilers have added Brody Greer from University of South Carolina Upstate to their roster for the 2013 season. Greer is a freshman this season for the Spartans. Greer currently plays shortstop and is listed at 6-foot-1, 185 pounds.

 

During his high school career, Greer earned three letters in baseball at Belton-Honea Path High School. He hit .324 with two homers and 21 RBIs as a senior, helping the Bears win the Class 3A state title. He also pitched 13 innings, posting a 2-1 record and a 3.24 ERA. For that season, he earned All-Western AAA Region honors and was selected to the North/South All-Star Game, while also nabbing the Coaches’ Leadership Award. 

He was an All-Western AAA Region selection as a junior. He earned the team’s Offensive MVP and helped the Bears win a school-record 26 games while hitting .351 with 27 runs, eight doubles, a triple, three homers and 32 RBIs. On the mound, he went 5-1 with a 1.87 ERA, striking out 24 and walking 18 in 33 2-3 innings. Finally, Greer played with the Blue Chip Bulls and with the Northwest team during the Palmetto Games, a two-day showcase at South Carolina’s Sarge Frye Field, during the summer.

As of today, there are 58 days until opening day!

 

Oilers Corner is submitted by James Clark, the general manager for the Alaska Baseball League team.

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