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9/29/14 Sean Nolin (2008) at The StadiumFrank Gambino, Ben Posner, Joe Zuccaro, & Pete Mingione (2008) in AttendancePhotos by Mr. James Pollin6/8/10 Sean Nolin(08) Drafted in the 6th Round by the Toronto Blue JaysSean in now a TOP 20 PROSPECT FOR THE BLUE JAYS!!Way to go Sean! Click below and find Sean at #14
All-Conference Player 2010/11
Senior Richard McCarren (Seaford, N.Y.), a First-Team All-Conference member last season, was named Second-Team All-NE-10 in 2011. McCarren played and started all 45 games, hit .327, scored 29 runs, collected 52 hits, had two home runs, drove in 23 runs, totaled 71 bases, and led the team with a .429 on-base percentage.
Rich McCarren - Honors and Awards: Named first-team All-Northeast-10 (2010)...named to the 2010 NE-10 All-Championship Team...named second-team All-Region by ABCA & Rawlings (2010)...named first-team All-ECAC (2010).
2010: Started and played in all 48 games...led the team with a .312 batting average and 186 at-bats...led the team in hits (58), runs scored (36), and triples (4)...finished tied for second on the team with 10 doubles...had two home runs and drove in 20 runs...led the team with 22 walks...finished first on the team with a .441 slugging percentage and a .390 on-base percentage...finished second on the team with 11 stolen bases...recorded 196 putouts and 16 assists for a .972 fielding percentage...had a season-high four hits versus Molloy (3/16)...drove in a season-high three runs twice (3/4 and 3/16)...finished tied for first in the NE-10 with two triples during league play...tied for 10th in the NE-10 with 20 runs scored during league play.
A TORONTO BLUE JAY'S TOP 50 PROSTECT
2010 MLB DRAFT - Round 6, Sean Nolin, LHP, San Jacinto College North, Texas: The massive 6-foot-4, 240-pound left-hander was originally drafted in the 48th round in 2009 by the Mariners. As a sophomore, Nolin went 11-0 with a 2.02 ERA over 80 1/3 innings, with 85 strikeouts.
Sean, The Professional Ballplayer (2011) Lansing Lugnuts, Michigan
2011 BLUE JAYS JOURNAL
This is an entirely different Sean Nolin, and I do believe that even the Jays may be pleasantly surprised by what they’ve seen out of Sean thus far in 2011. I know we are! He brought into Lansing right away, a sure sign of confidence from the Jays, even if it was half a month into the season. His stats thus far after 4 appearances (1 start)?
4 GP / 12.2 IP / 8 hits / 1 ER / 1 BB / 12 Ks / .190 Avg Against
In a word: dominant! And when you’re seeing that from a BIG guy that throws from the left side of the mound, you get a little excited. Is there anything else to get excited about? Well, how about the stats vs LH batters?
4.2 IP / 0 hits / 0 ER / 0 BB / 4 Ks / .000 Avg Against
In a word: sick!
I know it’s an extremely small sample size, but come on, that says a lot about his stuff and how well he’s throwing the ball early on in the season. If it’s an indication that he can dominate LHB that much at higher levels in the future, he at the very minimum has a great future as a lefty specialist out of an MLB pen. Still, you have to believe that the Jays are going to try as hard as they can to make him an effective starter with this kind of start to his first full season of pro ball.
Again, it’s a small sample size, he may have a little harder time when he moves up a level or two, but it’s encouraging and does call for close monitoring of his next outings to see if his dominance continues. He definitely has the size, and it’s obvious that his command of the change up must have lefty hitters puzzled. I’m looking forward to seeing just if he can continue to dominate so much and whether that forces the Jays to move him up to HiA quickly. The thought of yet another top pitching prospect lurking in the minors is fun to bring up, and I only hope that there are many more to come this season!!BIG GAME LHP Lucas Hall Class of 2015JAKE DOYLE (2015) Vassar College v. Mike Tito (2017) ClarksonApril 13, 2018AJ CAIN Class of 2017AJ tore up the Exceptional Senior game in 2017(MVP) with Coach Menges by his side!JAKE WILLIAMS (ALL COUNTY 2013) is currently mashing baseballs up at New PaltzMike Tito Class of 2017University of ClarksonAnthony Pristera Class of 2016
Joe Tebaldi(2006) is catching at Lander College, SC. This kid can just flat out play, anywhere!
Tebaldi led Suffolk West Community College to a third consecutive region championship. He was the team captain, hitting .315 with four homers, 19 RBI, and 20 runs scored. He was also named the Region XV Tournament MVP.
“Joe played for a tremendous junior college in 2009,” Anderson said. “As team captain for a third straight region champion, he will add a lot of experience in big games for Lander in 2010. Tebaldi does a lot of different things well. We look forward to having that kind of offensive and defensive mix in a catcher. Joe should be a big addition to Lander in 2010.”
Dan Meyer(Class of 2009) Coker College, SC
Mike Perrone SS 2009 (Vassar College) STILL making those tough plays look easy
PERRONE EARNS VASSAR COLLEGE FIRST ROOKIE OF THE YEAR
66Hits(Vassar College Record)
POUGHKEEPSIE, NY (June 3, 2010) -- Ring up a trifecta of awards for Vassar College baseball freshman Mike Perrone. Fresh off being named to the American Baseball Coaches Association (ABCA)/Rawlings All-New York Region Third Team, which itself followed up his selection as the Liberty League Rookie of the Year, Perrone was named the ECAC Division III Upstate Rookie of the Year on Thursday.
The last time Vassar had an ECAC Division III Upstate selection was in 2005, when Kristaps Aldins, an '05 graduate and the unanimous Liberty League Player of the Year, was named to the ECAC Upstate First-Team.
Perrone started every single game at shortstop and lead-off hitter for Vassar and was named the 2010 Liberty League Rookie of the Year as well as All-League Honorable Mention. A three-time Liberty League Rookie of the Week, Perrone led the league in batting average (.434), hits (66) and stolen bases (36).
He set Vassar's single season record for hits, surpassing the 64 Aldins had in 2005 when he was Player of the Year. Perrone led the Brewers in nearly every offensive category: batting average (.434), at bats (152), runs (39), hits (66), triples (3), slugging percentage (.493), on base percentage (.485), and stolen bases (36). Perrone, who struck out just six times in 152 at bats, had at least one hit in all but six games and had multiple hits in 20 games, including three four-hit games and nine three-hit games. He had at least one hit in seven straight games to begin the season. Incredibly hard to stop on the base paths, Perrone stole multiple bases in eight games including four against Rochester, three against Hamilton, and five against Union. He drove in a season-high three runs to go with four hits and a double, four runs, and two stolen bases in a 15-8 win against New Paltz. His other four-hit games came against league teams, St. Lawrence and RPI. Extremely quick with a powerful arm, Perrone made numerous difficult saves at shortstop throughout the season.
Over the final seven games of the season Perrone averaged 2.4 stolen bases per game, culminating with five stolen bases in the final game of the year, an 8-2 win over Union. In the weekend series against Union, Perrone was 11-for-12 on the base paths and on the second day, he accumulated six hits and seven stolen bases to lead the Brewers to a program first league doubleheader sweep with 14-9 and 8-2 wins on May 9.
Beyond setting the single season hits record, Perrone also set new single season marks in at-bats (152) and assists (119), ranked second in batting average (.434) and on base percentage (.486), third in stolen bases (36) and fourth in runs scored (39). Additionally, in just one season Perrone ran himself onto the all-time career steals list, as he is tied for ninth.
The Brewers concluded the season 10-27, 5-19 in the Liberty League, the most overall wins since 2005, tied for the most ever league wins in program history and the program’s best finish since the league moved to four-game series. Vassar led the league in stolen bases and set a new single season program mark with 111 stolen bases.
Mike Perrone, Sophomore
Liberty League Honorable Mention
Although his offensive numbers did not match those of his record-setting rookie season last year, the program’s first Liberty League Rookie of the Year remains a vacuum cleaner at shortstop with elite speed. With 132 assists, he led the Liberty League and broke his 2010 single-season record of 119. Perrone was second in the league with 27 steals, the sixth best single-season mark in program history. He tied for the team lead with 39 hits, was first in runs (28), and third in total bases (42).
John Leonardi OF Class of 2018Chris Sano (Class of 2013)CW POST
Keith Dolega 2010
Greg Oliva(2006) at SUNY Maritime.
Greg started 27 games in 2010 and hit .287 with 7 Doubles and 15 RBI. Great Job Gregger!
Pete Mingione(2008), still keeping his head on the ball at Loyola
John Olsen (2006) firing it for Mt. St. VincentFrancesco Gambino 2008Mike Tito 2017Bobby Klennert Class of 2006As good a BIG GAME pitcher as anyone!
StevenThe Brolly'sThe DolegasStephen DeGeorge going yard. 2009Second Baseman Joe Fallarino 2009The MeyersBilly Beovich 2007Tami Telford with Mr. TorreZUCC 2008Nicky Fischetti. All Effort, All the timeZach Cachia securing a playoff win!