The Oshawa Dodgers are thrilled to announce the signing of LHP Evan Grills. Last summer, as a call-up with the Dodgers at only 15 years of age, Grills was the youngest player ever to play Intercounty Baseball sharing the title with Larry Ament, the only other 15 year old to play in the IBL when he pitched for Listowel back in 1969. In 5 games with the Dodgers Grills was 1-2 with a 4.13 ERA over 28.1 innings pitched with 24 strikeouts. Grills is expected to be drafted in the June 2010 Amateur Entry draft and is currently ranked as the top Canadian in the draft and 33rd best prospect in North America. In a short time, Grills has already amassed many career highlights. He is the youngest player ever selected to the Ontario Blue Jays, joining their development program as a 12-year old in the fall of 2004 and the 18 and under team as a 14-year old in 2006. He became the youngest member of the Canadian National Junior team at 14 when selected in March 2007. Grills will continue to split his time this season with the Dodgers and the Canadian Junior National Team.