|Date of Birth||11/11/1990|
After tying the Canaries' single-season home run record in 2017, Henry is back for more in 2018. Henry had a historic 2017 campaign, his first in independent baseball. He finished the year with a slash line of .302/.401/.617, hitting 29 home runs and driving in 72. All five of those numbers were team bests. Canaries manager Mike Meyer called the year "one of the most impressive offensive seasons the organization has ever seen."
Henry was an 18th-round draft pick by the Seattle Mariners in 2009 out of Florida International University (FIU). He spent five years in the minor leagues in the Mariners' and Angels' farm systems before signing with Sioux Falls last year. He owns a lifetime minor league slash line of .244/.347/.453.