Baseball Summer League Update #4

  • By Grant Dovey
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  • July 08, 2013 01:59 PM
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MORGANTOWN, W.Va. – Throughout the summer WVUsports.com will provide weekly updates of how current team members are doing in their respective summer leagues.

This edition features updates through games on Sunday, July 7.

Bobby Boyd, Bourn Braves, Cape Cod Baseball League
Boyd went 3-for-11 (.273) last week in three games with three runs and one walk. His season batting average is .281 with 12 runs, one triple, three RBIs and two stolen bases in 17 games. Boyd has had one hit in seven of his last 10 games.

Michael Constantini, Quakertown Blazers, Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League
Quakertown is back from an all-star break and Constantini batted 1-for-11 (.111) last week in three games. He added two runs, two walks and a stolen base. His season batting average is .193 with three doubles, one triple, seven RBIs and 10 stolen bases.

Brock Dykxhoorn, Mankato MoonDogs, Northwoods League
Dykxhoorn is 1-3 in five starts for Mankato with a 3.41 ERA. He has struck out 25 in 29.0 innings. Last week, he took a loss, allowing two runs on six hits with seven strikeouts in 7.2 innings.

Billy Fleming, Philly Bandits
Fleming is playing for the Bandits, but stats are unavailable.

Justin Fox, Leesburg Lightning, Florida Collegiate Summer League
Fox will be a starter for the North team with WVU teammate Alex Stephens in tomorrow’s Florida Collegiate Summer League All-Star Game. Fox is hitting .261 with 10 runs, six doubles, one triple, one homer and 12 RBIs for Leesburg. Last week, he batted 1-for-15 (.067) with one run and two RBIs.

Ray Guerrini, Rockbridge Rapids, Valley Baseball League
Guerrini went hitless last week in four games and 10 at bats. His season batting average is .167 with seven runs, two doubles, one homer and four RBIs. He also has made three appearances on the mound with a 3.37 ERA, allowing four hits and walking four.

Ryan McBroom, Laconia Muskrats, New England Collegiate Baseball League
McBroom is batting .359 with five runs, two doubles and five RBIs on the season. Last week, he went 5-for-15 (.333) with two runs, one home run and one RBI.

John Means, Falmouth Commodores, Cape Cod Baseball League
Means has a 1-2 record in three starts with a 3.06 ERA for Falmouth. He has allowed nine hits in 14.2 innings with 17 strikeouts. He did not pitch last week.

Taylor Munden, McKinney Marshals, Texas Collegiate League
Munden has been a two-way player for the Marshals. At the plate, he is hitting .200 with seven runs, four doubles, two home runs and five RBIs. He went 5-for-16 (.313) with one run, one double, one homer and two RBIs. Munden has pitched 3.0 innings on the mound in two appearances, allowing two hits with three strikeouts and one walk.

Max Nogay, New Bedford Bay Sox, New England Collegiate Baseball League
Nogay entered the everyday lineup last week and had a hit in three of five games, batting 5-for-15 (.333) with one run and three doubles. He has a .268 batting average with four doubles and four walks.

Jacob Rice, Anchorage Glacier Pilots, Alaska Baseball League
Rice went 4-for-21 (.190) in six games last week, adding two runs and three walks. Against Anchorage, Rice batted 2-for-3 with one run. For the season, Rice is hitting .211 with eight runs, one double, one homer and five RBIs.

Billy Sager
Sager began the summer with the Waynesboro Generals and started 0-for-10 before switching leagues.

Alex Stephens, DeLand Suns, Florida Collegiate Summer League
Stephens will be a starter for the North team with WVU teammate Justin Fox in tomorrow’s Florida Collegiate Summer League All-Star Game. Stephens had a hit in all four games last week, finishing 8-for-16 (.500) with two runs and four RBIs. He is hitting .300 for the season with seven runs, four doubles and 11 RBIs.

Michael Teagle, Clippers, Karl Young College Baseball League
Teagle’s stats are currently unavailable.

Ryan Tezak, Laconia Muskrats, New England Collegiate Baseball League
Tezak made one appearance last week, pitching 1.0 innings for the save, while allowing two hits with one strikeout. He has a 2-0 record with a 3.68 ERA in six games this season. He has struck out nine in 7.1 innings.

Shaun Wood, Vienna River Dogs, Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League
After earning league player of the week honors the previous week, Wood went 2-for-6 (.300) in two games last week with an RBI. His season batting average is .292 with six runs, three doubles, one triple, two homers and nine RBIs.

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