Zack Granite is an accomplished major league baseball player and dedicated baseball development coach. Zack has spent eight years playing professional baseball, capitalizing on his speed and earning myriad awards.
After three seasons at Seton Hall, Granite was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in the 2013 MLB players draft. In 2016, Zack was added to the Twins 40-man roster and was named 18th best prospect, fastest baserunner, and best defensive outfielder in the Twins system by Baseball America entering 2017.
Granite went on to play for the Twins through 2018 when he was traded to the Texas Rangers. In 2020, Granite was traded to the New York Yankees.
TOTTENVILLE HIGH SCHOOL
- NEW YORK CITY CHAMPION
- BIG EAST CHAMPION
- ACBL CHAMPION
- SOUTHERN LEAGUE ALL STAR
- LED BASEBALL WITH 56 STOLEN BASES
- MINOR LEAGUE PLAYER OF THE YEAR
- INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE ALL STAR
- MLB DEBUT JULY 8TH, 2017
- FIRST TEAM ALL BIG EAST
- DRAFTED BY MINNESOTA TWINS IN 14TH ROUND OF MLB DRAFT
- APPALACHIAN LEAGUE ALL STAR
- NASHVILLE SOUNDS MVP