Brock returns to the Bluefish for his second year in the Atlantic League and 10th of professional baseball. Last season in Bridgeport, the slugger batted .272 with 11 home runs, 18 doubles, 31 RBI, and 41 runs scored over the course of 71 games.
The Washington resident was originally selected by the Minnesota Twins in the 49th round of the 2002 amateur draft and made his debut with Rookie-level Elizabethtown the following year. Before coming to the Park City, he spent his entire career with the Twins organization, having reached as high as the Triple-A level with Rochester of the International League where he played from 2008-2010. Peterson’s best season as a professional came in 2006 with Single-A Fort Myers of the Florida State League. He amassed a .291 batting average with a personal-high 21 home runs, 75 RBI and 130 hits. For his career, the 28-year-old holds a .269 batting average with 120 home runs, 499 RBI and 519 runs scored in 955 contests.