Cape Cod League
Josh Cribb - Brewster WhiteCaps
After his incredible start, Josh has come back down to earth in recent games. He's pitched in 7 games (all starts) and has a 3-3 record with a 3.83 ERA. He has pitched one complete game (it was a shutout). He has pitched 40.0 innings and has given up 18 runs, 17 of them earned while walking 20 and striking out 40.
Travis Storrer – Chatham A's
Travis has played in 32 games and has 26 hits in 122 at bats, an average of .213. He has 5 doubles, no triples or homers, and has driven in 12. He's walked 12 times and struck out 36.
Drew Fiorenza – Hyannis Mets
Drew has appeared in 10 games but hasn't made a start. He has a 1-3 record and a 2.63 ERA. He's given up 7 runs (4 of them earned) in 13.2 innings pitched. He's walked 16 and struck out 12.
Robert Rohrbaugh – Orleans Cardinals
Robert has appeared in 7 games, starting 6 of them, and has a 1-4 record. He has a 2.25 ERA in 40.0 innings pitched after giving up 13 runs, 10 of them earned. He's also walked10 and struck out 35.
Coastal Plain League
Doug Hogan – Florence RedWolves
Doug has played in 39 games this summer and has 36 hits in 136 at bats, giving him a .265 batting average. He has 6 doubles, no triples, and 3 home runs, accounting for 27 RBI. He's walked 16 times and struck out 32.
Daniel Pritchard – Florence RedWolves
Daniel has played in 29 games and has 15 hits in 88 at bats for a batting average of .170 He has 3 doubles, no triples and 2 home runs which gives him 8 RBI. He's walked 11 times and struck out 24.
Tyler Colvin – Florence RedWolves
As a hitter, Tyler has played in 25 games and has 13 hits in 81 at bats for a .160 average. He has 4 doubles, no triples or homers, and 6 RBI. He's walked7 times and struck out 11. He's also made 2 appearances on the mound, pitching 1.1 innings. He hasn't given up a run, so his ERA is 0.00. He's walked nobody and struck out 1.
Drew Martin – Spartanburg Stingers
Drew has played in 38 games. He has 35 hits in 136 at bats, an average of .257. He has 7 doubles, no triples, and 2 home runs for 21 RBI. He's walked 20 times and struck out 35.
Tanner Leggett – Spartanburg Stingers
Tanner has played in 25 games and has 12 hits in 68 at bats, a batting average of .176. He has one double, no triples or homers, and has driven in 5. He's walked 10 times and struck out 23.
Jesse Ferguson – Wilmington Sharks
Jesse has played in 44 games and has 47 hits in 174 at bats, an average of .270. He has 5 doubles, no triples or homers, and has driven in 14. He's walked 17 times and struck out 28.
Justin Barefoot – Wilson Tobs
Justin has played in 30 games and has 28 hits in 116 at bats, giving him a .241 batting average. He has 5 doubles, no triples, and 2 homers to give him19 RBI. He's walked 11 times and struck out 39.
Aaron Eubanks – Wilson Tobs
Aaron has appeared in 11 games, making 7 starts. He has a 3-2 record and has one complete game and 2 saves. In 50.2 innings pitched, he's given up 15 runs, 10 of them earned, for a 1.78 ERA. He's walked 17 and struck out 39.
New England Collegiate Baseball League
Bryan Yates – Vermont Mountaineers
Bryan has played in 26 games and has 13 hits in 75 at bats, an average of .173. He has 3 doubles, no triples or homers, and has driven in 6. He's walked 5 times and struck out 25.
Chris Howard – Vermont Mountaineers
Chris has appeared in 15 games but has no starts. He has a 1-0 record and one save. He's pitched 20.2 innings and given up 9 runs, 6 of them earned, for an ERA of 2.61. He's walked 7 and struck out 14.
Valley Baseball League
Ben Hall – New Market Rebels
Ben has played in 36 games and has 30 hits in 129 at bats, an average of .233. He has 7 doubles, one triple, and 3 home runs, accounting for 13 RBI. He's walked19 times and struck out 38.
Stephen Faris – New Market Rebels
Stephen continues to have an outstanding summer. He's appeared in 8 games (all starts) and has a 5-2 record, pitching one complete game. He has a 2.50 ERA in 57.2 innings pitched after giving up 23 runs, but only 16 of them are earned. The most impressive part is that he's walked only 7 and struck out 48. He could be a major factor for Clemson in 2005.
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