Danny Duffy, a Blue Rock in 2009 and 2010, got a chance to start games at Kauffman Stadium last year. To take a look at Duffy's Major League experience in 2011 and what preparations he has made for the upcoming year, CLICK HERE.
Johnny Giavotella, a Blue Rock in 2009, got 178 at bats with the Royals last season. Giavotella is hoping to hold down a full time spot in 2012. To find out the chances that Giavotella has to lock down the second base position and the No. 2 spot in the batting order, CLICK HERE.
Mike Moustakas played a full season for the Blue Rocks in 2009 and finally got to the Major Leagues last year. To find out about his new haircut (or lack thereof), his offseason workout program, and his enthusiasm for the 2012 season, CLICK HERE.
After Salvador Perez had a strong 2010 for the Blue Rocks, he got a chance to dazzle a lot of Kansas City Royals' fans in the final part of the 2011 season. Thanks in part to his last two seasons, Perez recently signed a new contract. For more details about his contract and his passion for Kansas City, CLICK HERE.
Eric Hosmer, who played over 110 games combined for Wilmington in 2009 and 2010, had a strong rookie showing last year and is expected to be a key piece to the big club in 2012. To learn more about his busy morning before the team's first full-squad workout and reflection on his first big league season, CLICK HERE.
RHP Greg Holland made a stop in Wilmington in 2008 and quickly rose up the minor league ladder. He spent a majority of the season with the big club last season. To find out more about Holland's jump to the big club, CLICK HERE.
The Blue Rocks' 2012 season gets underway on Friday, April 6 in Myrtle Beach, SC against the Pelicans (Texas Rangers). Frawley Stadium lights the lights for the 2012 home opener on Friday, April 13 when the Blue Crew hosts the Frederick Keys (Baltimore Orioles). For ticket information, please call 302-888-BLUE or visit bluerocks.com. Season tickets are on sale now and the team's 2012 schedule is available online.