Seahawk Summer Baseball Update - July 24
Courtesy: UNCW Athletic Communications
Cape Cod League
Cody Stanley (Cotuit) – Stanley represented UNCW and Cotuit at the Cape Cod All-Star game on July 23 and finished the rain-shortened contest 0-2 and caught the first four innings of the game. Stanley knocked in the second run of the game for the West team with a ground out. He’s hitting .296 with 13 runs scored in the pitching dominated summer league.
Cameron Roth (Bourne) – Roth owns a 2-2 mark and a 3.75 ERA in eight appearances, including five starts. In his last outing, Roth limited Orleans to a run on three hits and a walk in three innings while striking out three.
Stephen Harrold (Bourne) – Harrold walked two but closed out his inning in the all-star game with a double play. In 13 appearances he has allowed just one run and fanned 12 in 13 1/3 innings, all in relief. Harrold has posted six saves.
New England Collegiate Baseball League
Matt Holt (North Adams) – Holt is hitting .253 in 24 games for the Steeple Cats.
Ryan Walker (North Adams) – Walker owns a 2.38 ERA in nine appearances.
Justin Bradley (Westhampton) – Bradley allowed one hit and struck out two in his inning at the ACBL All-Star game. In 29 innings, Bradley has fashioned a 1.55 ERA and struck out 28.
Cameron Cockman (Quakertown) – Cockman could be the hottest hitter in the ACBL, boasting a .355 batting average. After opening the season 2-for18, Cameron is on a 31-for-76 tear (.408). He also leads the squad with seven stolen bases.
Coastal Plain League
Daniel Cropper (Wilmington) – Cropper retired the side in order in his outing at the CPL all-star game. On July 23, he held Fayetteville to three hits and an unearned run in 5 1/3 innings of relief and lowered his ERA to 2.25.
Alex Hill (Wilmington) – Hill is hitting .182.
Allen King (Wilmington) – King is hitting .189.
Mike Rooney (Wilmington) – Rooney is hitting .182.
Tyler Smith (Asheboro) – Smith returned to action after a foot injury and owns a 4.26 ERA in 10 appearances.
Thomas Pope (Asheboro) – Pope went 1-for-3 with a run scored at the All-Star game. Pope is hitting .317 as the CPL season enters the stretch run.
Jack Lane (Asheboro) – Lane lowered his ERA to 2.21 in 14 appearances out of the bullpen. Opponents are hitting .247 against the right hander.
Thomas Jones (Peninsula) – Jones has struck out 27 in 27 2/3 innings and has a 4.88 ERA.
Tyler McSwain (Peninsula) – McSwain was a late addition to the CPL All-Star game and allowed a run in his inning on the mound for the American All-Stars. He has carved a 4-1 mark and a team-leading 2.32 ERA in 50 1/3 innings.
Bobby Leeper (Wilson) – Leeper continues to have a tremendous summer, hitting .309 and five homers for the first-place Tobs. Leeper homered twice on July 23 in a 10-0 white-washing of Columbia. He’s tied for the league-lead in runs (40) and is second in hits (55).
Robbie Monday (North Coast) – Monday is hitting .174.
Carolinas Virginia Collegiate League
Aaron Jones (Kernersville) – Jones is hitting .437 and has scored 24 runs for the Bulldogs, who have posted a 30-3 mark in the Carolina-Virginia Collegiate League and clinched their sixth crown.
Nate Hall (Windy City) – Hall is hitting .317 with 12 doubles and 24 runs batted in 50 games.
Chris Hatcher (Jacksonville) – Hatcher is hitting .200 with six homers for Jacksonville.
Ronald Hill (Pensacola) – After struggling early with Pensacola, Hill has lowered his ERA to 6.00 and struck out 20 in 18 innings.
Bradley Holt (Binghamton) – Holt was named Eastern League Pitcher-of-the-Week on July 20 after posting a 2-0 mark and a 1.32 ERA the previous week. On Jul 23 Holt was saddled with a no-decision after allowing five runs on nine hits in six innings against Connecticut. For the season, Holt is 6-4 with a 4.15 ERA and 90 strikeouts in 78 innings.
Michael Marbry (Asheville) – Marbry saw his ERA climb to 4.58 after a five-run inning against Augusta. In 28 appearances, Marbry has crafted a 5-3 mark.
John Raynor (New Orleans) – Raynor is hitting .252 and has struggled through his last 10 games, hitting .212.