Rattler Baseball Inks Four In 2012 Class

Release: Thursday 06/07/2012 (ET)
by Florida A&M Sports Information

TALLAHASSEE,FL (June 7) – Florida A&M baseball announced the signing of four players to help rebuild the squad.  Included in the group are two pitchers.  The achilles heel for the Rattlers this past season was relief pitching.

Garrett Johnson is a 6’1″, 195 lb, catcher and right-handed pitcher from Tallahassee,FL. He attended Leon High School, where he was an honor student.

Jordan Montague is a right-handed pitcher and infielder from Wakulla High School in Wakulla,FL. He was a two-time letter winner with the Eagles, capturing six wins and two losses in 2012. His senior season, he batted .338, had a .442 on-base percentage and a .415 slugging percentage. He also had a .905 fielding percentage.

Bennie Robinson is a 6’1″, 200 lb transfer infielder from Hillsborough Community College. He hails from Tampa,FL, where he played at Forest High School. This season, he batted .322, with 46 hits and two doubles, while scoring 28 runs and garnering 24 RBI. He had a .401 on-base percentage, while also gathering a solid.968 fielding percentage.

Kendal Weeks is a second baseman and pitcher from Munroe High School in Munroe,FL. He stands 5’10”, 135 lbs and collected an impressive 5-1 record this season.

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