The Baseball Warehouse is proud to announce that 5 of there former students have reached the ultimate goal in the 2011 season by being drafted to the Major Leagues.
CARL THOMORE, OF: Colorado Rockies 2nd Round Draft 77th overall out of East Brunswick High School (NJ).
MIKE NEMETH, 1B: Milwaukee Brewers 21st Round Draft out of UConn, University of Connecticut (Washington, NJ).
JOHN GIANIS, OF: Los Angeles Angels 26th Round Draft out of NC State University (Summit, NJ).
ROB CHAMRA, RHP: Los Angeles Dodgers 34th Round Draft out of NC State University (Cranford, NJ).
BRANDON DOWNES, C/OF: Boston Red Sox 43rd Round Draft out of South Plainfield High School (NJ).
The Baseball Warehouse is proud to announce that 2 of there former students have reached the ultimate goal in the 2009 season by being promoted to the Major Leagues.
On July 16th, RHP-Kevin Mulvey from Bishop Ahr HS and Villanova University became the 1st Baseball Warehouse alumni to be promoted to the Major Leagues when Kevin was called up by the Minnesota Twins and eventually made his debut on July 20th vs. the Oakland A's. Kevin has since been traded to the Arizona Diamondbacks and finished the 2009 season on their Major League roster.
Inf/OF - Eric Young Jr. out of Piscataway HS was called up to the Major Leagues on August 25th by the Colorado Rockies and recorded his 1st ML hit that same night vs. the LA Dodgers. Eric finished off a outstanding 2009 season in which he was named Rookie of the Year in Pacific Coast League-AAA and was also part of the Rockies playoff roster in the NL Division Series against the Philadelphia Phillies.
RHP - Rob Chamra out of Cranford High School, New Jersey and NC State University, was drafted by the Los Angeles Dodgers in the 34th round on June 8, 2011.
Chamra came on strong the second half of the season for the Wolfpack, joining the starting rotation to stay in April and making 10 starts in 17 appearances overall. He led the team in wins with an 8-3 record and posted a 4.35 ERA.
We at the Baseball Warehouse are extremely proud of these two fine young men who have worked awfully hard to reach the show and we hope they both have long and prosperous careers in the big leagues. We are also proud to be the ONLY baseball academy in NJ to have 2 players promoted to the Major Leagues in 2009!