Published On: March 6th, 2020

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Pair from West Virginia joins five returners

Ashwaubenon, Wis. – The Green Bay Booyah have announced the signing of West Virginia Mountaineers Tevin Tucker and Alec Burns who will join returning pitchers Chandler Ingram, Logan Lee, Jacob Paulishak, Dalton Wiggins, & infielder Zack Raabe on the 2020 team. The Booyah will continue to unveil the remainder of the roster each week leading up to Opening Day on May 28th against the Kokomo Jackrabbits.

Up the middle, sophomore infielder Tevin Tucker joins the Booyah to help play alongside returner Zack Raabe. As a freshman, Tucker swatted 10 doubles while having an on base percentage at .365. The Prince George High School alum also swiped 19 bags during his freshman campaign and drove in 21 runs. The slick fielding shortstop has started all 12 games he has appeared in for the Mountaineers while stealing six bases in seven attempts this spring. Coming out of high school Tucker was ranked as the number two ranked shortstop in all of Virginia.

The team has also signed, 6’4” first baseman and outfielder Alec Burns to join his teammate in Green Bay this summer. Burns, a redshirt freshman, has appeared in seven games this spring while posting a .333 batting average. Last summer for the Adirondack Trail Blazers, Burns hit .292 with three home runs and 15 RBIs in 34 games.

The all-inclusive 5 Game Memberships, revamped season ticket packages and group tickets are on sale now. Single game tickets go on sale Friday, April 17th. Booyah Opening Day at Capital Credit Union Park is set for Thursday, May 28th at 6:35. Please call the ticket office at Capital Credit Union Park at 920-497-7225 or visit 2231 Holmgren Way to purchase your tickets or merchandise today.


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