Colin returns to the Bluefish for his third season in the Atlantic League and his seventh of professional baseball. His second season in Bridgeport proved to be fruitful as the Virginia-native enjoyed the best season of his professional career in 2010. He batted .285 with 61 hits, 16 doubles, eight home runs, 29 runs scored and 12 stolen bases, all career-highs. The slugger made his debut in the Park City during 2009 after appearing in 19 games with the York Revolution earlier in the year. In 197 at-bats for the ‘Fish, the slugger drove in 24 runs and recorded 18 extra-base hits (six doubles, six triples and six home runs).
Colin originally broke into professional baseball with the Florida Marlins organization in 2005. He spent three years in the Marlins farm system reaching as high as Single-A Jupiter of the Florida State League.