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The Indiana Bulls Baseball Organization have agreed to terms with former Ohio State University Recruiting Coordinator and Assistant Coach, Chris Holick.  Holick will serve as the Director of Baseball Operations for the Indiana Bulls. Chris comes to the Bulls after eight seasons on Greg Beals’ Ohio State Staff. Holick spent 4 years at Florida International University in Miami, Fla., before joining Ohio State.


“The Indiana Bulls are very excited to hire such a great Baseball person in Chris”, Tom Linkmeyer, Indiana Bulls Board President stated. “Chris will take our nationally recognized program and elevate it to an even higher level".


The Indiana Bulls have produced 11 Major League Baseball first round draft picks, over 20 Players playing in the Major Leagues, numerous MLB draft pick, including 11 this year, and hundreds of Division 1 baseball players in the 25+ years of our program. 

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Indiana Bulls In The 2018 MLB Draft

Round Pick Name Organization School
1 32 Nick Schnell Tampa Bay Rays Roncalli High School
5 164 Devin Mann Los Angeles Dodgers Louisville
7 206 Nick Podkul Toronto Blue Jays Notre Dame
9 269 Chandler Sanburn Texas Rangers Wichita State
20 614 Caleb Sampen Los Angeles Dodgers Wright State
22 647 Luke Miller Philadelphia Phillies Indiana
28 828 Logan Sowers Chicago White Sox Indiana
34 1019 Noah Burkholder Texas Rangers Waubonsee CC
35 1052 Kody Hoese Kansas City Royals Tulane
36 1066 Bryan Hoeing San Francisco Giants Louisville
39 1162 Jack Perkins Atlanta Braves Kokomo High School

2018 College Commitments

Riley Bertram Zionsville Michigan
Kyle Callahan Zionsville DePauw
Ethan English Jeffersonville Indiana Wesleyan
Devon Frank Lapel IU-Southeast
Jake Garrison New Palestine Anderson
Jacob Gilcrest Center Grove Wright State
Stephen Karis Zionsville Eastern Michigan
Parker Lamb McCutcheon Anderson
Damon Lux Shelbyville Duke
Zach Messinger Castle Virginia
Jack Perkins Kokomo Louisville
Kyle Richardson Zionsville East Tennessee State
Alex Scherer Cathedral John A Logan
Nick Schnell Roncalli Lousiville
Jackson Smeltz McCutcheon Purdue
Cy Stanley Shenandoah Taylor
Samuel Steimel Sullivan Evansville
Jack Van Remortel Carmel Michigan
Landon Weins Frankton Morehead State
Noah Woodward Linton Stockton IU-Kokomo
Michael Wyman Center Grove St. Leo
Craig Yoho Fishers Houston

2019 College Commitments

Trevor Ankney Indian Creek Purdue
Drew Buhr Austin St. Louis
Cam Dennie Plymouth Arizona State
Michael Doolin Andrean Vanderbilt
Jack Ellis Jeffersonville John A Logan
Ryan Fender Crown Point Murray State
Sam Fulton Hamilton Heights Tennessee
Wyatt Geeseman Jay County Cincinnati
Xavier Haendiges Salem Ohio
Brodey Heaton Castle Belmont
Luke Helton Whiteland Morehead State
Shane Harris North Posey Louisville
Parker Maddox Columbus North Ohio
Garrett Manous Munster Indiana
Michael Oliger Brownsburg Indiana Tech
Avery Short Southport Louisville
Dylan Steele Bloomington North Indiana
Joe Wilkinson Providence Lousiville
Cooper Williams Heritage Christian Xavier

2020 Commitments

Aiden Bradbury Carmel Cincinnati
Kerrington Cross Brownsburg Cincinnati
Colin Diehm Fort Wayne Carroll Texas Tech
Brandon Dodson Martinsville Purdue
Easton Good Lewis Cass Miami (Ohio)
Patrick Mastrian Bishop Chatard Michigan
Tyler Nelson Andrean Indiana

2021 Commitments

Josh Pyne Linton-Stockton Indiana

"When you play for the Indiana Bulls, college coaches and scouts already respect you more because of their history and success," Washington Nationals reliever Drew Storen, of Brownsburg, said in an interview with Prep Baseball Report. "I give a lot of credit to the Bulls for helping me get the opportunity to play at Stanford, as they saw me play with the Bulls three to four times."

"The Indiana Bulls program is a great program," Joe Thatcher said last season. "We send so many guys to college every year." 

"They have that system set up to get exposure all the way up. All they have to do is perform, and (the players) are going to be seen."

    Welcome to the home of the Lids Indiana Bulls, Indiana's premier youth travel baseball organization. 

    The Indiana Bulls has evolved from its inception in 1991 to one of the very best amateur baseball organizations in the United States. We take great pride in the fact that our rosters are only made up of Indiana players.  The Indiana Bulls have won numerous national championships and have been finalists in countless other major national tournaments. The Bulls have young men in most levels of professional baseball including the major leagues, as well as all divisions of colleges throughout the country.

    We take great pride in the "Bulls Tradition of Baseball Excellence" that has developed as a result of hard work of many outstanding players, the dedication of coaches, the unwavering assistance of our sponsors and the commitment and support of great parents.

    The Bulls have had over 150 players drafted in the Major League Baseball Draft since 1991.  

    Grand Park - Home of The Indiana Bulls

    Grand Park is the home of the Indiana Bulls.  It has 26 baseball fields with 8 lighted turf fields.  Go to to sign up for a tournament today!

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