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Five Terriers Will Compete At T12
Submitted By Dan Thompson on Thursday, August 24, 2017
Congratulations to Ben Abram, Evan Elliott, Dylan Whittaker, Andrew Giorno and Udhay Bal all of whom were selected to compete in this year's Tournament 12 at Rogers Centre.

This is Ben's third T12. In his first go round he pitched for the Futures Team. Last year he took Ontario to a championship victory. He was on the mound and got the win in the final game. Ben is also a roster player with our Junior National Team and is currently preparing for the World Championships which will begin in early September. Ben will be joined by Dylan Whittaker, Andrew Giorno and Udhay Bal on the Ontario Green roster. Evan Elliott will pitch for the Futures team. Dylan is a slick middle infielder who can also pitch. He hits for average and is a menace on the bases. Andrew is an aggressive RHP with command of three pitches. He consistently provides‎ the Terriers with quality starts. Udhay can play all three infield positions and possesses a strong arm. He hits the ball gap to gap. Evan will impress scouts when he takes the mound for the Futures Team. He is a physical RHP that throws down hill from a high arm slot. He has a very high ceiling. ‎Tournament 12 is a national amateur tournament held at Rogers Centre, September 14-17, 2017. The goal of T12 is to provide a showcase opportunity for the best 160 players born in Canada, with college eligibility. T12 acts to centralize the best Canadian baseball players, with the intention of exposing them to as many pro and college scouts as possible. The tournaments consists of 8 teams: BC, Alberta, Prairies, Ontario Black, Ontario Green, Quebec, Atlantic and the Futures Team. Each team has 20 players. Good luck Ben, Dylan, Udhay, Andrew and Evan. Enjoy the T12 experience. CATEGORIES: TERRIERS NEWS
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