Tag: Matthew Rendall

Looking Back 10 Years Ago at the 2010 Draft

(GAME DATE — May 24, 2020) — As the 2020 Bull League first year player draft approaches, we take a look back in time a decade to see where the league’s top draft picks from 2010 are today.

The 2010 draft was an unusually short one, just 3 rounds for the league’s 16 teams at that time. The expansion that would add Arizona, Battle Creek (now Milwaukee), Dallas and Norfolk was still two seasons away, and many teams were already chock full of talent through their systems. Continue reading “Looking Back 10 Years Ago at the 2010 Draft”

Detroit, Seattle Post First Trade of 2018

The Detroit Motorheads will send 29-year-old right-hander Jason Connery to Seattle in return for minor league prospect catcher Kurt Kopitzke, the teams announced today.

The Seattle Salts are certain to slot Connery into their starting five for 2018, as the Hudson Falls, NY native shows steady signs of improvement after four full seasons at the top pro level. Continue reading “Detroit, Seattle Post First Trade of 2018”

Nakamura Signs with Calgary

The 2017 Bull Cup champions, Calgary Inferno, have put their playoff revenue to good use, signing international free agent Hiroiaki Nakamura to a $2.44 million, one-year deal.

The 28-year-old Japanese pitcher is said to have great control, and a four-pitch repertoire. Continue reading “Nakamura Signs with Calgary”

Rendall a Motorhead

Matthew Rendall will move to the Motor City next year after signing a 4-year deal worth nearly $8.6 million a year.

The former Calgary Inferno walked away from the team after winning his second Bull Cup championship there, opting out of the remaining three years of his contract. Continue reading “Rendall a Motorhead”