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Co-Player/Pitcher of the Month

The Futures League is proud to present the Co-Player/ Pitcher of the month for the month of June.  The three players deserving of the award for this month are Tom Marcinczyk of the Brockton Rox, Ryan Gendron of the Seacoast Mavericks and finally Justin Sinbaldi also of the Brockton Rox.



During the first month of the year, there were many people that were deserving of the honor for player of the month.  In the end it came down to two players, Tom Marcinczyk and Ryan Gendron who were both deserving in their own right.  The production they had was why we were forced to name a co-player of the month for the month of June.  Marcinczyk had a very solid month in which he had a .377 average, 1.077 OPS,  .610 SLG and a .467 OBP.  During the month he also had 3 homeruns, 14 RBI’s  and 10 walks.  Gendron also had a good month in which he had a .273 average, 1.147 OPS, .712 SLG  and a .435 OBP.  Gendrons power numbers were also very solid as he posted 7 homeruns, 20 RBI’s and 15 walks.   Marcinczyk played his college ball at Rutgers this past season while Gendron played for SNHU. 



Justin Sinbaldi is awarded the pitcher of the month for the month of June.  Sinbaldi pitched in 5 games this month with a 2-1 record.  He totaled 22.0 innings pitched with 26 strikeouts and only 5 walks.  Sinbaldi is a right handed pitcher for Nicholls State and plays with the Brockton Rox for the summer.  During his junior season at Nicholls State this year, he made thirteen appearences and threw 77.1 innings in total with a 1.40 ERA.



Player/Pitcher of the Week: 7/20/2015 - 7/26/2015

For this past week of the 2015 FCBL season the choices were very hard to come up with and there were only a few things that differentiated the winners from their competitors.


The player of the week for this week is given to Ryan Gendron (SNHU) who had production in all areas for the Seacoast Mavericks and was one of their offensive leaders for the week.  During this past week alone he has tallied 3 extra base hits (1 double, 2 homeruns) in five games to go along with four RBI’s and two walks.  Gendron has been a crucial member of the Seacoast Mavericks roster this year and will be continue to important to them as the season goes on.  Gendron is going into his senior year at SNHU and during the 2014-2015 season, he started 45 games collecting 4 homeruns and 21 RBI’s.


PJ Browne (Merrimack College) is awarded the pitcher of the week for this past week of the season.  Browne pitched one game for the Wachusett Dirt Dawgs, where he pitched a complete game 9.0 innings striking out three batters and only allowing two hits while collecting his second win of the season.  Browne is a left-handed pitcher that attends Merrimack College.  Browne just finished his freshman season at Merrimack College recording 55.0 innings with a 5-2 record and a 3.27 ERA.

Player/Pitcher of the NIght

Tonight’s player of the night award belongs to Richard Fecteau (Salem State University) of the North Shore Navigators.  Fecteau had a big night for the Navigators as he hit two homeruns to go along with 3 RBI and 2 runs scored.  Fecteau started all 42 games for the Vikings as a junior for Salem State University while collecting a .363 average with 3 homeruns and 31 RBIs.



Nick Johnson (URI) has been awarded the pitcher of the night for this Tuesday.  Johnson went 6.0 innings allowing two hits, two walks, no runs and striking out eleven batters on the night in a Torrington Titans win.  Johnson is a right-handed pitcher that attends University of Rhode Island.  Johnson just finished his freshman season at URI recording 5.1 innings with no record and a 6.75 ERA.

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?!

Futures League Minute 7/28/2015

Player and Pitcher of the Week awards, plus the results of a thriller Monday, and Tuesday's probables.

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