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Generals Sign Two Freshmen

     
February 29, 2012 – The Victoria Generals of the Texas Collegiate League have announced the addition
of two new players to their 2012 roster. Infielder Carter Mangum from the University of Texas at San
Antonio and right-handed pitcher Keith Brenner from the University of Houston, both freshmen, will
take the field for the Generals this summer.
 
“We've been fortunate to have great players from both UTSA and Houston in the past,” commented
Victoria’s general manager, Blake Koch. “We're glad that those programs continue to send us players
every year.”
 
Carter Mangum, a 5’8”, 165 pound infielder, was an all-district performer at Langham Creek High School
in Houston. Mangum, a left-handed hitter, is expected to see time at second base this season at UTSA.
 
“Carter is a good defensive infielder that will most likely play second and third base for us this summer,”
said Koch. “He has good speed and handles the bat well.”
 
Keith Brenner, 6’3”, 225 pound right-handed pitcher from Longview, Texas, will compete for time out
of the bullpen this season for the Cougars. Brenner attended Pine Tree High School where he was
named to the Class 4A All-State Third-Team as a utility player his senior year by the Texas Sports Writers
Association.
 
“Keith is a big kid that can throw hard,” said Koch. “He should be able to come in this summer and gain
some valuable experience while helping us in the starting rotation or out of the bullpen.”
 
Season tickets for the Victoria Generals 2012 season are on sale now as the TCL plans to release its
2012 season schedule in the coming weeks. Fans can buy season tickets and team merchandise at the
Generals team store located at 3708 North Navarro, Suite A in the Landmark Shopping Center, online at
www.VictoriaGenerals.com, or by calling 361-485-9522.


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