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Coastal Plain League releases 2014 Individual Awards

CPLlogoThe Coastal Plain League proudly announced Michael Morrison and Gene Cone, both of the Florence RedWolves, have been named the 2014 CPL Players of the Year presented by 919 Marketing – with Morrison taking Pitcher of the Year honors and Cone earning Hitter of the Year. CPL head coaches voted on both individual awards. Continue reading Coastal Plain League releases 2014 Individual Awards

Peninsula Pilots defeat Team USA 7-5

USABaseballFeatured1HAMPTON, Va. – The Peninsula Pilots rallied from a five-run deficit to defeat the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team, 7-5, in front of a crowd of 3,312 on Sunday evening at War Memorial Stadium in Hampton, Va.

The U.S. outhit the Pilots, 9-6, in the contest but issued 10 free passes on the mound and committed three errors, leading to two costly unearned runs. The loss is Team USA’s first of the summer as its record drops to 6-1. Continue reading Peninsula Pilots defeat Team USA 7-5

Top 100 Countdown: 75. John Tuttle (Catawba)

tuttlejohnWe continue the countdown today with number 75, Catawba pitcher John Tuttle. In his junior season with the Indians, Tuttle went 10-4 and his 82.2 innings pitched was good for 2nd best on the staff. After a successful sophomore campaign, Tuttle had high expectations for the 2013 season and he did not disappoint. Posting a 3.92 ERA the right-hander also had 78 strikeouts which were good for 2nd highest on the team and his 18 walks was a career low for the pitcher. Continue reading Top 100 Countdown: 75. John Tuttle (Catawba)

USA Baseball defeats Catawba Valley 9-2

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USABASEBALL_thumb.jpgHICKORY, N.C. – The USA Baseball Collegiate National Team racked up 16 hits and scored nine runs to take a 9-2 victory over Catawba Valley Monday night. Five Team USA pitchers combined to hold the Stars to one hit in the game.

NC State’s Carlos Rodon (1-0) made an impressive debut on the mound, retiring all six batters he faced. Tyler Beede (Vanderbilt) allowed two runs on one hit in four-plus innings. He walked five and struck out five. Nick Burdi (Louisville) came on with runners on the corners in the seventh and struck out two around a sacrifice fly. Daniel Mengden (Texas A&M) retired all five batters he faced and Chris Diaz (Miami, Fla.) struck out the lone batter he faced. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Catawba Valley 9-2

USA Baseball defeats High Point-Thomasville 3-2

USABASEBALL_thumb.jpgTHOMASVILLE, N.C. – One swing of Kyle Schwarber’s (Indiana) bat was all the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team needed to erase a 2-0 deficit and steal a 3-2 win over High Point-Thomasville Sunday night. Two Team USA pitchers limited the HiToms to just one hit in the game. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats High Point-Thomasville 3-2

USA Baseball defeats High Point-Thomasville 5-2

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USABASEBALL.jpgTHOMASVILLE, N.C. – Four unearned runs in the fourth inning proved to be the difference as the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team took a 5-2 victory over High Point-Thomasville Saturday night. Texas’ C.J. Hinojosa drove in three runs to help Team USA remain undefeated. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats High Point-Thomasville 5-2

USA Baseball defeats Florence 9-0

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USABASEBALL_thumb.jpgFLORENCE, S.C. – Matt Chapman went 3-for-4 and drove in four runs to help the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team to a 9-0 victory Friday night. Four pitchers combined to throw Team USA’s third shutout of the CPL tour.

“Tonight’s game was almost as complete of a game as we’ve played all summer,” said manager Jim Schlossnagle (TCU). “I thought we had a lot of good at-bats, we had timely hits and outstanding base running. Matt Chapman sat back on a line drive with one out, setting up a two-out hit from Will Maddox. I thought A.J. Reed threw really well. I was really impressed with Chris Diaz.” Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Florence 9-0

USA Baseball defeats Wilmington 7-3

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USABASEBALL_thumb.jpgWILMINGTON, N.C. – Rain cut short the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team’s game against Wilmington, but the squad used a pair of big innings to take a 7-3 win in six innings. Matt Imhof (Cal Poly) pitched four scoreless frames and Austin Cousino (Kentucky) led the offense with three hits. Continue reading USA Baseball defeats Wilmington 7-3