Futures Collegiate Baseball League
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Player/Pitcher of the Week: 6/9/2015 - 6/15/2015
During this past week of the Futures League season, there were bright spots on the offensive and defensive side along with the pitching that the league showed this week.
The player of the week for the first week is given to Tom Marcinczyk (Rutgers University) who was productive in all areas for Brockton Rox. He produced a batting line of a .381 average in 5 games while collecting 8 hits (1 triple, 2 homeruns), 5 RBI’s and 5 runs scored. Marcinczyk has been a big member for the Rox this year and will continue to be as this season continues. Marcinczyk is going into his junior year at Rutgers University and during the 2014-2015 season, he started 54 games collecting .325 average, 7 homeruns and 36 RBI’s.
Jstin Sinbaldi (Nicholls State) is awarded the pitcher of the week for the fourth week of the year. Johnson pitched in one games this week and went a total of 5.0 innings allowing only 2 hits and no runs while striking out 8 batters along the way. Sinbaldi pitches for the Rox and picked up his first win of the season this week after appearing in three games prior to this week. During his junior season at Nicholls State this year, he made thirteen appearances and threw 77.1 innings in total with a 1.40 ERA.
Player/Pitcher of the NIght
Tonight’s player of the night award belongs to Ryan Gendron (SNHU) of the Seacoast Mavericks. Gendron had a good night for the SNHU at the plate where he had two hits in four at-bats with 6 RBI’s, 1 run scored and a home run. Gendron just finished his sophomore year at SNHU where he saw playing time in 45 games finishing with a .241 average and 21 RBI.
John Lavoie (Saint Anselm) has been awarded the pitcher of the night for this Saturday. Lavoie went 6.0 innings allowing five hits and striking out two on his way to a win for the North Shore Navigtors. Sloan is a right-handed pitcher from Saint Anselm. Lavoie just finished his sophomore year for the Hawks where he had a 4.74ERA in 24.2 innings.
Futures League Mission Statement:
To provide student-athletes from New England and New England Colleges the opportunity to compete with and play with the elite players from across the country and to promote them to MLB organizations. Each roster must contain at least 13 players from New England or from a New England University/College. In addition, the Futures Collegiate Baseball League will provide a family friendly, affordable, and fun experience for the communities that we play in, in a minor league style setting. Who will be the first?!