FARGO, N.D. — The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks traded for veteran outfielder Stewart Ijames in a deal with the Kansas City T-Bones Monday in preparation for the 2020 American Association season.

Fargo-Moorhead added an experienced American Association player in Ijames, trading a player to be named later to the Kansas City T-Bones for the veteran outfielder. Ijames, 31, was drafted by the New York Yankees in the 29th Round of the 2010 MLB Draft and played four seasons in the Arizona Diamondbacks farm system, reaching the Triple-A level in 2017, before joining the Texas AirHogs in 2018. The Owensboro, Ky. native appeared in 181 games for the AirHogs before being dealt to Kansas City late in the 2019 season. In seven seasons of professional baseball, Ijames has a lifetime .276 average, 570 hits, 342 RBIs, and 102 home runs.

P Sebastian Kessay

P Brent Jones

P Tyler Pike

IF Correlle Prime

IF Leobaldo Pina

C Wilfredo Gimenez

OF Grant Heyman
P Jackson Sigman
IF Ivan Marin
P Patrick Boyle
IF Sherman Graves

P Ryan Richardson

IF Trey Hair

P Todd Van Steensel

OF Stewart Ijames

The Fargo-Moorhead RedHawks are celebrating the franchise’s 25th season in 2020. The 2020 RedHawks regular season will commence on May 19 with a six-game road trip against the Texas AirHogs and Cleburne Railroaders. Fargo-Moorhead’s home opener is scheduled for May 26 against the Lincoln Saltdogs.