Published On: February 24th, 2012

(Rochester, MN) — Two Cal State Fullerton Titans will bring their talents to Rochester this summer.  Junior Outfielder Anthony Hutting [pictured left], a two-time Honker, and sophomore catcher Chad Wallach [right], have officially signed with the Honkers Baseball Club for 2012.

The 6’0”, 185-pound Hutting will return for his third consecutive season with Rochester.  Hutting, the former 38th round pick of the Texas Rangers, will play a veteran role this summer, with two seasons of vital playing time under his belt.  In his first year with the Honkers in 2010, Hutting hit .252 with 1 homerun.  Last year with the Honkers, Hutting played in 44 games, batting .261 with 1 homerun and 13 RBIs.  Hutting also showed his speed on the base paths, swiping 11 bases successfully. In his sophomore year at Cal State Fullerton in 2011, Hutting appeared in 43 games, 17 as a starter, and registered a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage in the outfield.
Chad Wallach is a 6’3”, 225-pound Yorba Linda, California native.  Wallach, the two-time All-Orange Coast League first-teamer for Calvary Chapel High School, was drafted in the 43rd round of the 2010 First-Year Player Draft by the Los Angeles Dodgers.  Chad is the son of former five-time MLB All-Star, and current Dodgers third base coach, Tim Wallach.  Older brothers Matt and Brett are working their ranks in the Dodgers and Cubs organizations, respectively.  Chad hit .400 in his junior year with 6 homeruns and 33 RBIs at Calvary Chapel, and a robust .489 with 10 longballs and 45 RBIs in his senior season, earning him second-team All CIF honors.  Wallach played in 20 games, starting 4 of them, last year as a freshman at CSF.  He hit .222 with 3 RBIs.  Wallach, a former corner infielder, was moved to behind the plate for the Titans in 2012.

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