You know, I decided rather than doing a tweet or a hundred with player updates that I would just create a single post with all the information here. So let’s get started.
Through 32 games in the Cal Ripken League, Cody Brown is having a good summer with a homer, 4 doubles, 11 RBI and 14 stolen bases. He also played in the league All Star game.
There are several Bulldogs honing their skills in the Cape Code League this summer.
If not for bad luck, Daniel Brown would be a happy camper. in 6 games, he has a 1.95 ERA with 19 K’s in 23 innings. But he has an 0-1 record to show for it. Seems he has to throw a shutout to win a one run game. He will be fine.
Zac Houston is another one of those hard luck pitchers, this time in the Cape. 24 k’s in 21 innings and a 1.68 ERA. And for all that good work, he has an 0-4 record. He should have more luck next spring here.
Dakota Hudson has started and relieved this summer, has a 1.70 ERA with 19 k’s in 26.1 innings. Worth noting: he has only given up 3 walks in those 26.1 innings.
Reid Humphreys is showing some power and a good eye at the plate, with 16 walks, 3 homers, and 2 doubles. He’s played 1st, 3rd, LF and RF. I think I saw him last night in the stands last night hawking popcorn and soda between at bats.
The Maple Hammer Jacob Robson is also in the Cape this summer. He’s hitting .313 with 8 doubles, a triple, 7 RBI and 4 stolen bases. He was also Cape League player of the week last week.
Austin Sexton is in the Cape and doing well. Through 5 starts, he has 16 k’s and only 5 walks in 21.1 innings.
The Moonman Vance Tatum is the last Diamond Dog in the Cape this summer. Through 5 starts he has 17 k’s in 26 innings, and a 2.07 ERA. His record does not show how well has has pitched this summer
California Collegiate League is where two Diamond Dogs are spending their summer.
John Holland is enjoying the land of fruits and nuts, hitting .333 with 6 doubles, a triple and 14 RBI to go along with 9 sacrifices and 7 stolen bases.
Micheal Smith is having a good time out west as well with a .333 average, 4 doubles and 2 triples, 11 RBI, and 10 stolen bases.
The Great Lakes conference is home to three Dogs this summer.
Cole Barlow has appeared in 7 games in relief with a save and 5 K’s in 7 innings.
Cole Gordon is pulling double duty as a pitcher AND hitter. He has relieved in 4 games and has 7 k’s in 6.1 innings. As a hitter he is hitting .435 with 4 doubles, 3 homers, and 12 RBI in 15 games.
Luke Reynolds has shown some pop this summer, with a .353 average, 9 doubles, a triple, a homer and 14 RBI. He also has a stolen base. As Darth Vader would say, “Impressive, most impressive”
The Hampton’s Collegiate league is home to Matt Spruill, who 6 doubles, 6 stolen bases, and 23 RBI in 33 games. He also played in the league All Star game,
Two Bulldogs are playing in the New England Collegiate League this summer
Aaron Dominguez has appeared in 6 games in relief this summer, with 5 k’s in 9 innings.
Brent Rooker has warmed up the weather in New England this summer. He has hit safely in 23 of 27 games this summer. But that is just the start. a .402 average with 8 doubles and 8 homers and 26 RBI to go along with 5 stolen bases as earned The Rook a spot in the league’s All Start game.
In the Perfect Gem Collegiate league, things look like this:
Josh Lovelady is still throwing them out from behind the plate, but he is also hitting .300 with 15 walks, 5 RBI and 2 stolen bases in 19 games.
Andrew Mahoney continues to work back from his injury last season. he is 1-0 with 11 k’s in 14.1 innings.
In the Sunbelt League, Logan Elliot has a 2-2 record which does not relfect how he has pitched, with a 1,36 ERA and 36 k’s with only 9 walks in 39.2 innings. He was also appeared in the league All Star game.
And lastly, in the Valley Baseball League, Ryan Gridley is continuing his impressive freshman performance by hitting .325 with 2 doubles, 4 walks, 8 rbi’s and 4 stolen bases and just 6 k’s in 19 games.
You can check out all the guys stats and team info by going to the Dogs of Summer page,
IF I missed anyone, please let me know. More later.