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Atlantic League Completes Bluefish Player Dispersal Draft

Teams obtain 2018 negotiating rights to former Bluefish players

(Lancaster, Pa., Nov. 1, 2017) – The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball Clubs today held a Player Dispersal Draft for ALPB clubs to obtain the 2018 negotiating rights to players whose rights were controlled by the Bridgeport Bluefish.

The Dispersal Draft began shortly after 10:00 a.m. EDT on Wednesday following opening remarks from League President Rick White. Draft order was based on 2017 overall regular season won-loss record, with a tie between the Sugar Land Skeeters and Southern Maryland Blue Crabs determined by a coin flip.

The draft consisted of three rounds, with additional picks following the first three optional. Results were reported live via the Atlantic League’s Twitter account (@AtlanticLg) and are as follows:



The following undrafted players will now become free agents (listed alphabetically):

Brian Gouin (RHP) Tyler Caserta (OF)
Jorge Perez (RHP) Gustavo Molina (C)
Matt Quintana (RHP) Santiago Nessy (C)
Ross Seaton (RHP) Joe Poletsky (INF)
  Angel Rosa (INF)

About The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball (ALPB)

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