2020 Non-drafted Free Agent Signees with Juco Ties

2020 Non-Drafted Free Agent Signees with a Juco Tie With the new rules attached to the Major League Baseball draft,

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Div. 1- East Distract Preview (Reg. 10, 15, 20)

For the past two years, the East District has been represented by Monroe. In 2018, they made their first trip to Grand Junction with a 34-16-1 record. In 2019, they made it back with a 33-19 record, after starting off the season on the wrong foot after arguable the toughest start to the season in the country playing top teams from Texas, and Louisiana.

Past Winners: ‘19 Monroe, ‘18 Monroe, ‘17 Florence Darlington Tech, ‘16 Harford

As always this district will be interesting to watch. With the usual powers reloaded and the rest of the teams looking to climb to the top. This is another District that has both the Pre-Season Pitcher and Player of the Year on the same team. Both Hunter Baker (Charlotte) and Jermain Vanheyningen of Florence-Darlington take those two spots.

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Div. 1- East Distract Preview (Reg. 10, 15, 20)

This district does not always get the credit that it deserves. There is talent throughout but when the winner makes it to Grand Junction they have seemed to fall short. Despite multiple teams making it multiple times. There has not been a National Title or National Runner Up in the past 20 years.

 Monroe has gone in 2019 and 2018; Florence Darlington Tech took a trip in 2017; Harford went in 2016; USC Sumter went in 2015; Spartanburg Methodist went three straight years in 2014, 2013, and 2012; Rounding out the decade Potomac State made there one trip over the past decade.

Now despite the National Championship drought from the region as with every other region/district the tallent is at an all time high. It is lead by:

Harford’s- Reyce Curnane, Ajay Sczepkowski, Caleb Musco, and Mason Hicks

Florence Darlington Tech’s- JT Marr, Charlie Corum, Tyliss Roper, and Hunter Parks

Monroe’s- Christopher Martinez, Jose Martinez, and Jason Diaz

Louisburg’s- Trendon Craig

Potomac State’s- Zach Whitacre, Ashton Staubs, and Dale Houser

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Week 5 Teams of the Week/Players of the Week

Team of the Week

Chattahoochee Valley 4-0

After being one of our Hot Teams of the Week being with an 8-0 Start they also bring home team of the Week Honors for Week 5.

They started the week Wednesday with a 5-2 win over Central Alabama. The mound was controlled by Jerry Bowman who started the game going 4 strong innings giving up 3 hits, 1 BB, and striking out 6 along the way. Both Cooper Doughman (1-3, HR, 1 R, 1 RBI) and Brandon Willoughby (2-4, 2 RBI) led the way for the Pirates at the plate.

They Carried their momentum into Friday when they went up against #4 John A. Logan. Chattahoochee Jumped out to a 5 spot in the bottom of the first and never looked back. Cooper Doughman again led the way for them at the dish going 3-4, with a double, 2 RBI, and 1 R. Jordan Armstrong and Clay Weatherly pitched the 9 inning game giving up only 4 hits, 2 runs and a combined 15 K’s.

On Saturday Chattahoochee played perennial power Spartanburg Methodist in which the Pirates combined for 15 hits, 7 extra base hits in the way of 5 doubles, a triple and a Homer. Brandon Willoughy led the way at the plate going 4-4 with 2 Doubles, 1 Homer, 8 RBI’s and 3 Runs. Dylan Rogers, Cooper Doughman and Brett Pitts also finished out the 5 that recorded doubles.

Finishing out the weekend they carried the momentum into a game with Southern Union where they won 5-3. This game compared to the game the day before was a much slower game. Reid Halfarce led the way going 2-5 with 3 RBI’s over the course of the game.

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2021 Theoretical Field of 64

One of the things many people “Complain about” when it comes to the Junior College Baseball Postseason system is that

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