POSTED: 9/16/2011 by Megan McLaughlin
The Camden Riversharks have added three righty pitchers to their roster for the final series of the 2011 season.
Mike McGuire was drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 2008 MLB Amateur Draft. He was signed by the Philadelphia Phillies in 2010 and has spent the past two seasons playing in the Phillies’ farm system. Over three years of professional ball, McGuire has established a 4.68 ERA and has left 221 batters at the plate.
Chris Rollins arrived from the Frontier League and is making his Atlantic League debut with the Riversharks. He was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in the 2005 MLB Amateur Draft, but did not begin playing professional ball until 2009 with the Midwest Sliders of the Frontier League. Rollins has a 5.43 ERA and 2-2 record.
Kalen Gearhart is returning to the Riversharks after a two year hiatus. The 26 year old has a combined 4.83 ERA over five seasons of professional ball and has left 104 batters standing at the plate.