Purdue catcher Zac Fascia earned a chance to play at the next level. The Cleveland Indians signed Fascia to a free agent deal after he went undrafted in the 2021 MLB Draft last week. As a fifth-year senior, Fascia appeared in 39 games for the Boilermakers last season, including 35 starts. He stepped up to the plate 139 times and recorded 39 hits, 20 RBI, 19 runs and three home runs. Before joining the Purdue baseball program, Fascia played two seasons at Indian Hills community College. There, he was a two-time NJCAA Region XI Defensive Player of the Year as the starting catcher.