Munroe signs to play baseball at Grays Harbor College

A trio of area athletes, including Dylan Munroe of Miles City, will play college baseball at Grays Harbor College in Aberdeen, Washington beginning this fall.

The announcement was made this week by 406 Baseball LLC of Miles City and the Outlaw Baseball Club.

Munroe, a senior at Custer County District High School, is a pitcher and infielder. He will be joined by Glasgow High School senior Kasey Seyfert and Dawson County High School senior Mac Gross on the team at the two-year community college.

Mike Bruner, who was hired as head coach at Grays Harbor this past summer, had high praise for Munroe. 

“Dylan has Division I potential … great tools and he can pitch, hit and play defense for us,” Bruner said during a signing visit to Miles City with assistant coach Wayne Kennedy. He said he has high hopes for Munroe because of the school’s pitching development program.

“He will fit well in our system. He is two-way guy that has the right mindset coming from the 406/Outlaw Baseball program,” Bruner said. 

The Grays Harbor Chokers compete in the Northwest Athletic Conference.

Bruner says Gross is “a very solid hitter, tough, gritty type of guy we want in our family.”  Bruner said he also loves the fact that Gross is mentally tough and is a guy who “will run through a brick wall for his coaches and teammates.” He described Seyfert as “a competitor” with a “huge heart” who plays much bigger than his size.

Bruner and Kennedy came to Grays Harbor after successful high school coaching careers in the state of Washington.

The pair praised local coach Monty Frare and his Miles City 406/Outlaw Baseball Program.  “Coach Frare and these boys do things the right way,” Kennedy said.