Brett Centracchio Signs with High Point Rockers
Posted Jul 31, 2021
After using the extra year of eligibility the NCAA granted student-athletes during the pandemic to play baseball for UNC in 2021, Brett Centracchio signed a free agent contract with the High Point Rockers of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball on Friday. It didn’t take long for the Davidson grad transfer to find himself in the Rockers’ lineup.
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