Welcome to this week's installment of the summer baseball
report as we take a look at what the Seahawks are doing in the various summer
leagues throughout the nation.
Jordan Ramsey (Cotuit
Kettleers/Cape Cod League) - Ramsey has not pitched since July 12 when he
earned a win in relief. Rain has forced several cancellations as Cotuit has not
played an official game since that July 12 game against Bourne. In 19 2/3
innings, he's walked just three batters while striking out 13. He has posted a
(Asheboro Copperheads/Coastal Plain League) - Ridge, who was selected to
the CPL All-Star game, is tied for the team lead with four home runs. He will
also compete in the league's home run derby during the All-Star festivities.
Ridge is hitting .285 with 17 runs batted in.
Luke Dunlap (Columbia
Blowfish/Coastal Plain League) - Dunlap has gone 4-for-12 since last report
to push his batting average to .217. He owns a .351 on base average and has
scored seven runs.
(Morehead City Marlins/Coastal Plain League) - Prince got back on track
last week tossing three shutout innings and striking out six over three
appearances. He's struck out 18 in 15 innings this summer.
(Wilmington Sharks/Coastal Plain League) - In his last start, Tart didn't
figure in the decision for the Seahawks, who topped Morehead City, 5-2. In four
innings, Tart allowed two hits, walked five and struck out five. In six starts,
he's posted a 2.66 ERA with 19 strikeouts in 23.2 innings. Opponents are
hitting just .202 against him, but have drawn 18 walks.
(Wilmington Sharks/Coastal Plain League) - Livengood bounced back last week
with a pair of impressive relief outings. In three appearances, he totaled
eight innings and yielded two runs on seven hits and a pair of walks. In 10
appearances, Livengood has posted a 3.38 ERA with 14 strikeouts in 18 2/3
Dillon Bass (North
Adams SteepleCats/New England Collegiate League) - Bass is hitting .114 in
35 at bats over the course of 15 games played.
(North Adams SteepleCats/New England Collegiate League) - MacDonald was
roughed up for five runs on three hits and a walk in three innings in a start against
Vermont. That outing raised his ERA to 5.82 in 17 innings this summer.
(Bethesda Big Train/Cal Ripken League) - Bass raised his average to a
season-high .286 since last report, thanks to a three-hit game and a four-game
hitting streak. He also swiped four bases in his last five games, giving him 14
steals on the summer. He's sixth in the league in runs (33) and fourth in
Luis Renvill (Front
Royal Cardinals/Shenandoah Valley League) - Renvill has struggled as of
late, seeing his average fall to .260. Despite the slowdown, he's second on the
club with 21 runs batted in.
Corey Dick (Front
Royal Cardinals/Shenandoah Valley League) -Dick suffered a leg injury last
week. He was leading the Cards with a .311 average at the plate and a more
impressive .455 on base average.
Ryan Mayhew (Front
Royal Cardinals/Shenandoah Valley League) - In four innings of relief,
Mayhew struck out eight raising his summer total to 31 in 15 2/3 innings. He
lowered his ERA to 5.17 in 12 appearances.
Justin Manning (Lake
Norman Copperheads/Southern Collegiate Baseball League) - Manning was
selected for the league's all-star game. He's hitting .325 with 17 runs batted
in and 17 scored. Manning collected three hits against Morganton and drove in
four runs on the strength of a double and his second homer of the summer.