Aaron Slegers is the 2019 Durham Bulls Community Service Award Winner

By Chris Feeny • @iubase17 • Sept 1 

Hoosier Alumni Aaron Slegers Wins the 2019 Community Service Award for the AAA Durham Bulls of the Tampa Bay Rays organization. 

Aaron Slegers pitched for Hoosier Baseball from 2011-2013 and led the Hoosiers to the College World Series in his final season in Bloomington . He went 9-2 with a 2.04 ERA leading the staff that would help shock the college baseball world. In 2018, while with the Twins, he recorded the first Win in MLB for a Hoosier Baseball Alum since Zach McClellan.  

Great to see he’s an Ace on and off the field as many Hoosier Alumni have been. Congrats Aaron. 


 DurhamBulls.com Release
In his first season with the Bulls,  Aaron Slegershas been selected as the recipient of the Community Service award. The right-handed pitcher took an active role in the Bulls’ community engagements, including visiting children at the Duke Pediatric Blood & Marrow Transplant Program.
Three Durham Bulls players, and Wool E. Bull, visited the Pediatric Blood and Marrow Transplant unit at Duke Hospital on Thursday, August 8, 2019, as part of the Bulls Vs. Cancer Initiative.

You can read more about Aaron’s visit to Duke Hospital and see the rest of the photo album here.

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