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Need for Speed
Frozen Ropes 17U showing off their sprints at the track at Georgia Tech during the Perfect Game World Series Qualifier
We have produced more MLB draft picks and college scholarship players than any other organization in the country.
Frozen Ropes’ Daniel Swain
drafted by the Arizona Diamondbacks
JUNE 17, 2017
With their pick in the 34th round of the 2017 MLB Draft, the Arizona Diamondbacks selected Siena College center fielder, and former Frozen Ropes player, Daniel Swain.
Swain, a senior at Siena College, studying actuarial science, finishes his career in the top 10 for Siena in triples, at-bats, total bases, extra-base hits, hits, doubles, runs scored, walks, and home runs.
Dan trained at Frozen Ropes Natick since 2007 and traveled to play for the Frozen Ropes Rockies and trained at the Frozen Ropes National Training Center, in Chester, NY while a junior in High School.
Frozen Ropes’ James Karinchak drafted by Cleveland Indians
JUNE 17, 2017
With their pick in the 9th round of the 2017 MLB Draft, the Cleveland Indians selected Bryant University pitcher, and former Frozen Ropes player, James Karinchak.
Karinchak, a junior at Bryant, had a dominating 2016 season and battled through injury for much of 2017, utilizing a fastball that hits 96 mph, and pitch speed that regularly sits in the 90-93 mph range. He is also known for his professional caliber breaking ball. He maintains the option to return to finish his collegiate career at Bryant and potentially lead the team to another top season in the Northeast Conference.
Karinchak trained at the Frozen Ropes National Training Center in Chester, NY with former MLB pitcher, Mike Bertotti, while playing high school baseball for Valley Central.