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Versatile Indy Ball player with NCAA DI Experienced Utility Player Seeking Team Overseas

Name: Aaron Endres

Height: 6'1" cm

Weight: 212 lbskg

DOB: August 31, 1994

Date Available: August 20, 2019

Bats: R

Throws: R

Positions: 3B, SS

Positions (alt): 1B, 2B, RF, CF, LF

College: Norfolk State University NCAA 1

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Personal

 An experienced INF/Utility player who can help a team win.  Gap to gap hitter with noticeable exit velocity and plus speed.  Plus arm in the infield and outfield and solid range and actions, scaled on the 80/20 scale by professional scouts.  Respectable young man who has faced plenty of adversity in his baseball career, but keeps moving forward, good team/clubhouse player who wants to help the team win.      

Abilities summary: Middle of the order gap to gap power hitter, elite exit velocity, with 90 mps arm strength from infield/outfield, advanced defender, plus range. 60-yard dash: 6.8

Playing Experience

YEARSORGANIZATIONLEAGUE/DIVISIONDETAILS
2012-2013 Mohawk Valley Community College Juco Lead-off hitter, 2B/SS/3B
2013-2014 Monroe Community College Juco 4 Hole batter, utility fielder
2014-2016 Norfolk State University NCAA 1 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference Recruited for plus defense and offensive ability
2018 Saranac Lake Surge Empire Professional Baseball League RF/SS Season hinder/Shortened due to wrist injury in spring training

Stats

College/Amateur Batting

Years Team G AB R H 2B 3B HR RBI BB SO SB CS AVG OBP SLG
2013 Mohawk Valley 35 109 11 31 4 0 0 9 7 9 3 0 .284 .352 .321
2014 Monroe 15 30 3 9 2 1 0 3 2 10 0 1 .300 .364 .433
2018 Surge 10 31 2 4 1 0 0 4 2 16 0 0 .129 .263 .194
2019 Chiefs 9 29 13 11 2 0 3 8 7 7 7 0 .379 .500 .759

Video Highlights

Testimonials

Devin Reschke

Syracuse Chiefs, Mananger
devin6915@yahoo.com

I don’t know where to start with Aaron. He has played for my club the last two summer seasons. The Syracuse MSBL is a league in Central New York comprised of 10 team’s ages 23+. Aaron has proven, both last year and this year, to be undoubtedly one of the best players in the league. It is very clear (and I am certain every team in the league would agree) that Aaron is the best defensive shortstop in the league. He has made plays off-balance and in the gaps that no player in the league has the ability or talent to make. In the same breath, our league contains players that have played Independent, Professional, and Division 1 baseball. His work ethic is above and beyond any other player on my club or anyone in the league for that matter. His reliability and dedication to my team and the game stands out from any other player. Each game we play, I know he is going to be there and I know he will show up 2 hours early to take batting practice in the cage and get some work in before we start. Aaron’s character is possibly stronger than his game. He gets along with all the players very well. We’ve shared countless laughs and his sense of humor always remains mature, appropriate and positive. His younger brother Tristian (14 y/o) comes to all of our games and hangs in the dugout with the team. Aaron is twice the role model that I was to my younger brother growing up. It is clearly evident that Aaron has the unwavering support of his friends and family when it comes to baseball. I could go on for days about his character, but I will give you a quick reference into my mindset. I have been a Deputy for the Onondaga County Sheriff’s Office for almost 10 years. In today’s day and age, having a good character is more important than ever before. No matter how talented someone is at playing baseball, if they do not have a good character, they are not going to have a spot on my team. Aaron’s baseball IQ is undoubtedly superior to the majority of the team. I have learned from Aaron and his sense of humor, work ethic and love for the game is contagious. All in all, I wish there was something negative that I could say about him to indicate that he may have some sort of flaw when it comes to being a baseball player and/or teammate, but nothing comes to mind. Part of me regrets having to send you this because if he does play overseas, he may not be able to play for me next summer. If you have any more questions or would like me to elaborate further, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Joe Torre

American Association Player Development for Gary South Shore Rail Cats
torrebaseballtraining@gmail.com

CJ Baker

Coach at Bucknell University
highsocksbaker@gmail.com

Additional Info

Playing Preferences Australia (Winter), New Zealand (Winter), Latin America (Winter), South Africa (Winter)

Living preferences: Living on my own, Living with teammates with my own private bedroom, Living with teammates in a shared bedroom, Living with a host family

Return home: I can stay as long as it takes to complete a season

Prior engagements: none 

Recent injuries/illnesses: Wrist injury which hindered/shortened my Professional Season in 2018

Traveling with a companion: No