The Duluth Huskies Acquire Two More Prospects for 2018

Treml and Flattery Boost Huskies’ Bullpen Depth

Duluth, Minn. — The Duluth Huskies made the move to acquire Cole Treml (RHP) from UW-Oshkosh (Oshkosh, WI) and David Flattery (RHP) from Augustana University (Sioux Falls, SD). These roster additions are crucial for the development of the Huskies’ pitching staff.

Treml is a 6’ 2” junior from Sycamore Illinois, who appeared in 10 games for the Titans in the 2016-17 season.  He finished off the year with five wins and three losses, while throwing four complete games.  Treml logged 72 innings on the bump, striking out 53 and only walking eight, while maintaining a 3.00 ERA.  The season has begun for Treml and the Titans, and he has two starts on the year with an undefeated 2-0 record.  He has 12 strikeouts in 13 innings pitched so far.  The season is looking up for the Titans right now and Treml is proving to look like an impressive add for the Huskies.

Flattery is a 6’ 3” senior from Fort Dodge, Iowa.  He spent his freshman year with Iowa Central, but moved on to the Omaha Mavericks for his sophomore and junior seasons.  He threw 45.2 innings in 17 appearances in his sophomore year and 15.1 innings on the mound last season in 11 appearances.  Last season he struck out two with limited walks and maintaining a 7.63 ERA coming from the bullpen.  He has proven to come up clutch in tight situations on the hill, and will no doubt strengthen depth of the Huskies’ bullpen.

The Huskies open the 2018 season with five road games, but open at Wade Stadium Sunday, June 3rd against the Eau Claire Express. Season tickets, punch cards, and other ticket packages are still available. For more information, contact the Duluth Huskies front office at 218-786-9909 or


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