04/03/2012 9:24 AM
- San Angelo, Texas --- The San Angelo Colts announced Tuesday they have re-signed pitcher Logan Williamson and catcher/infielder Davis Page.
Williamson went 11-2 with a 4.99 earned-run average in 18 starts for the Colts last year. He led the team in strikeouts (104), and was tied with Chandler Barnard for the most innings pitched (113 2/3). Williamson's 11 wins were also second only to Barnard's 12.
This will be Williamson's fourth season in San Angelo. He first pitched for the Colts in 2008, when he posted a 12-4 record and a 4.50 earned-run average in 18 games and 16 starts. Williamson returned for a brief stint in 2010 before coming back to play the entire 2011 season with the club.
Williamson, 27, was drafted by the Chicago White Sox in 2004. The lefthander played in the White Sox organization for two years, reaching as high as the Class A Kannapolis Intimidators of the South Atlantic League in 2006.
Now entering his eighth professional season, Williamson has a 49-36 career record with a 4.80 earned-run average in 151 games and 96 starts.
Page, 24, is a switch hitter entering his second pro season. He began his career with the Colts last year, and played multiple positions. Along with catching, Page played second and third base, and the outfield.
At the plate, Page batted .259 with four home runs and 14 RBIs in 45 games.
The San Angelo Colts are a member of the North American Baseball League who will play their 13th season in 2012. Season ticket plans are on sale now, and available at the Colts front office at Foster Field.
About the North American League
The North American League (NAL) is the largest professional independent baseball league worldwide. With operations in western Canada and much of the United States, the league brings affordable family entertainment to more than two million fans each season. Formed in the fall of 2010, through a combination of three leagues with more than 30 seasons of playing experience between them, the NAL is able to offer opportunities to players and marketing partners that cannot be found in any other league. League play level is considered AA to AAA. The alumni of the three founding leagues (Golden, Northern and United) have seen more than 40 players reach the major leagues. Thirty-five players had their contracts purchased by MLB organizations in 2010, as well as an additional 25 players in 2011.