Boise Hawks and the Colorado Rockies Announce 2019 Opening Day Roster

10 Former Hawks Return to the Treasure Valley

By Boise Hawks | June 7, 2019 12:24 PM

The Boise Hawks, in conjunction with the Colorado Rockies, have announced their Northwest League Opening Day roster for the 2019 season. Fans will recognize a few players as 10 former Hawks are returning to Boise.

 

Pitchers Joel Condreay, Jeffri Ocando, Frederis Parra, Reagan Todd, and Hunter Williams; Catcher Hidekel Gonzalez; and infielders LeeMarcus Boyd, LJ Hatch, Trey Jacobs and Daniel Jipping spent time in the Treasure Valley last season.

 

Jipping last season had a .285 average, racked up 33 RBIs and 10 home runs. Hatch had an impressive 41 hits in the 42 games he played in during 2018 along with carrying an eight-game hit streak in early August.

 

Left-handed starting pitcher Breiling Eusebio will return to the Hawks for his third season. He was part of the team in 2016 and 2017. He started 13 games for the Hawks in 2016 with a 5.26 ERA and struck out 42 batters over 63.1 innings pitched.

 

Making up the rest of the team are pitchers Wander Cabrera, Trent Fennell, Eris Filpo, Colton Harlow, Colton Hathcock, Jesse Stinnett, Rayne Supple, and Will Tribucher. Infielders include Jesus Azuaje, Vladimir Dilone, Bladimir Restituyo, and Ezequiel Tovar. Outfielders listed are Zach Hall and Shael Mendoza. Lastly, catchers Nic Motley and Bryant Quijada have reported to Boise.

 

A complete and up-to-date roster can be found on the Boise Hawks website, www.BoiseHawks.com.

 

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This story was not subject to the approval of the National Association of Professional Baseball Leagues or its clubs.

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