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NYCBL Players of the Week for June 22nd

NYCBL East Division Player of the Week: Mark Onorati (Manhattan), Amsterdam
Mark Onorati batted .500 (8-for-16) and drove in a league-high 11 runs in four games for the Mohawks. He smashed two home runs, scored five runs, stole two bases, collected 15 total bases and recorded a .939 slugging percentage. Onorati had three multi-hit and four multi-RBI games. He tallied at least one hit in all four games and homered in back-to-back contests against Glens Falls and Bennington. Onorati currently leads the league with 16 runs scored and 15 RBI.

East Division Pitcher of the Week: Marc Damon (Pima CC), Glens Falls
Marc Damon is the second Glens Falls’ pitcher in a row to be named Eastern Division Pitcher of the Week. Damon was 1-0 with four saves and a 0.00 ERA in five appearances last week for the Golden Eagles. He allowed no hits, walked five and struck out 11 in eight innings pitched. Damon converted four saves in four appearances. Sunday night, he pitched a season-high three innings of relief and struck out four to earn a win over Bennington.

West Division Player of the Week: Kevin McGrath (West Chester), Geneva
Kevin McGrath batted .500 (7-for-14) as the Red Wings went undefeated in four games. McGrath recorded a team-high five RBI and seven runs scored to go along with a double, a triple, a home run, four stolen bases and a .929 slugging percentage. He posted three multi-hit, three multi-run and two multi-RBI games. McGrath’s best performance of the week was a 3-for-4 outing against Bolivar with a two-run home run and two runs scored.

West Division Pitcher of the Week: Joe Scarlata (Columbia), Allegany County
For the second week in a row, an Allegany County Nitros pitcher has been named Western Division Pitcher of the Week. Joe Scarlata pitched a complete-game four-hitter as the Nitros defeated the first-place Dodgers, 3-1, at Maple City Park on June 19. Scarlata allowed one run, walked one and struck out six in the nine-inning contest. He retired 26 of 31 batters faced and he sat down 18 of the first 20 Hornell hitters. Scarlata allowed just two runners past first base. He is currently 1-1 with a 2.25 earned run average in three appearances.

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