After yesterday’s news about the Brasschaat Braves adding to American players to their roster, Mont-Saint-Guibert Phoenix of the Belgian Division 1, also announced the acquisition of a player for the remainder of the 2021 season.
Through their social media channels Facebook and Instagram, the club announced the signing of Canadian-born Graeham Luttor.
According to the club, Luttor is a power hitting infielder who can play both corner positions.
From 2017 through 2021, Graeham played for the Midway University Eagles. In those four seasons, he posted an average fielding percentage of .988. At bat, he averaged a decent .271 with a peak of .324 in his freshman year.
He has several honorary mentions on his record: 2018 River State Conference Freshman of the Year, 2020&2021 NAIA Player to Watch, and 2021 Canadian Baseball Networks Second Team All College Team. So we can say that Phoenix has acquired a talented player.
A big plus for the team is that Graeham has an extensive knowledge of coaching as he has directed youth camps and assisted at the high school level in North America. Next to playing the corner infield positions, he will help manager Jamie Flynn out as infield coach.