April 8, 2024

Red Devils



We are proud to welcome three players from Lower Columbia College to our 2024 roster.

Sophomore infielder Alex Hartnett is very versatile and can play at first base or in the outfield if needed. In 26 games this spring he has 19 hits, three doubles, a homer and 16 RBIs. He is a left-handed bat that could easily fit into the starting line-up or come off the bench in a pinch-hit opportunity.

Sophomore outfielder Nate Gray Jr. (pictured) was a two-sport athlete in high school also playing basketball but decided to stick to baseball heading into post secondary. Through 22 games this spring he has 13 runs scored, three doubles and five RBIs along with three stolen bases. He has the speed to put pressure on the opposition as well as cover the gaps in centerfield.

Starting left-handed pitcher Noah Imboden has also been added to the roster. The sophomore has made six starts this spring, has thrown 27 innings, struck out 16 and has a win. He’s a multi-sport athlete excelling in football and basketball in high school along with baseball. He should give our staff quality innings this coming summer.

The 2024 season is quickly approaching with the opening weekend set to begin on May 31st at home when the Nanaimo NightOwls come to town. Season tickets are available now, call 250-763-4100!

Book your summer staff/organization parties now at Elks Stadium, just email Alex Draper at adraper29@shaw.ca to book your spot today.

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