(Green Bay, WI) The Green Bay Bullfrogs have signed two infielders and one utility player for the upcoming season. The Bullfrogs signed Tim Carver (Arkansas), Brad Zapenas (Boston College) and Scott Schebler (Des Moines Area Community College).
Carver has played in 39 games and started 38 of the games he has played in for the Razorback. He is fifth on the team with a batting average of .310. Carver has 10 doubles and three home runs. He has driven in 30 RBI on the year. Carver is perfect on the season on stolen bases going eight for eight.
As a freshman, Carver was one of the best infielders on the team, and has the ability to play second, shortstop and third base. Carver hit .237 in the SEC tournament and had three multi-hit games. He also appeared in two College World Series games for Arkansas.
Carver helped his high school to back-to-back state championships in 2006 and 2007 at Fayetteville. He was a two-time All-Conference selection and as a senior he earned First Team All-State.
Schebler has started all 46 games for Des Moines Area Community College and have helped them to a 39-7 record. He is fourth on the team with a batting average of .448. Schebler is second on the team with doubles 19 and leads the team in drawing walks with 18. He is tied for the team lead with 12 home runs and fourth on the team with 59 RBI. Schebler is four for five in stolen bases.
After one year at DMACC, Schebler is transferring to Wichita State University after signing a National letter-of-intent with the Shockers.
Zapenas, a sophomore at Boston College, is batting .277 on the season for the Eagles. He has started all 41 games for Boston College on the season. Zapenas has nine RBI on the season and has hit three doubles and one triple. He has stolen three bases.
Zapenas started 52 games as a freshman for the Eagles. Most of the starts came at second base but injuries to the Eagles, moved him to shortstop later in the season. He led the ACC with 12 sacrifices on the season.
In high school, Zapenas was the Gatorade New Hampshire Player of the Year as a senior. He was also New Hampshire Class L Player of the Year and Player of the Year from the Nashua Telegraph, New Hampshire Union Leader and Louisville Slugger.
The Bullfrogs are scheduled to open their season on June 2 against the Battle Creek Bombers at 6:35 P.M. at Joannes Baseball Stadium in Green Bay. Season and Group Tickets for the 2010 season are on sale now. For more information on the Bullfrogs, visit our website www.greenbaybullfrogs.com. You can also follow the Bullfrogs on Facebook and Twitter.