35. Cape Cod Baseball League Best Players of All time

Kevin Smith

The Cape Cod Baseball League is a renowned summer baseball league on the beautiful cape of Massachusetts. Over its long history, it has become an iconic institution for many aspiring young athletes who are looking to hone their skills and further develop as players. The CCBL features some of the best collegiate talent from all across America, providing them with high-level competition over several months each season.

With former players going on to have successful careers in Major League Baseball and other professional leagues, this is a great opportunity for any player hoping to make it big one day.

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1. Chris Sale


Chris Sale Career

  • 7× All-Star (2012–2018), World Series champion (2018), 2× AL strikeout leader (2015, 2017), , MLB records, , 5.33 career strikeout-to-walk ratio, Reached 2,000 strikeouts in the fewest innings (1,626.0 innings), Most immaculate innings pitched (3, tied with Sandy Koufax and Max Scherzer)

Chris Sale is a pitcher for the Boston Red Sox and he has had an amazing career. He has won 114 games in his MLB career, which is more than any other pitcher in baseball history.

Chris Sale was born on March 30, 1989, in Lakeland, Florida. He started playing baseball when he was young and quickly became one of the best pitchers in America. In 2010, Chris Sale made his MLB debut with the Chicago White Sox and hasn't looked back since then.

His incredible record as a professional pitcher speaks for itself - it's time to watch him play. As an avid sports fan myself, I can definitely say that Chris Sale is one of my all-time favorite athletes. 

Watching him pitch is always exciting - whether he's winning or losing (which seems to be most of the time.), it's always fascinating stuff. You can find out more about Chris Sale by visiting his website or following him on social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter.

Also Played For: chicago white sox

2. Billy Wagner

Billy Wagner Career

  • 7× All-Star (1999, 2001, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2008, 2010), NL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1999), Pitched a combined no-hitter on June 11, 2003, Houston Astros Hall of Fame

Wagner made his MLB debut for the Houston Astros in 1995. He went on to win 47 games over 4 seasons with the Astros before joining the Braves in 2000. Wagner was a key player for Atlanta during their run to the 2001 World Series championship game, but lost out to eventual champions Arizona Diamondbacks.

In 2010, Wagner signed with the Mets and enjoyed a successful season as they reached the playoffs - only to lose in 5 games to St Louis Cardinals. 

Wagner is now retired from professional baseball after spending 11 seasons between Atlanta and New York; he currently works as an analyst for Fox Sports Midwest broadcasts of Major League Baseball games.

Wagner was a dominant relief pitcher in the 1990s and early 2000s. He pitched for six different teams over his career, earning seven All-Star selections and winning two NL Rolaids Relief Man Awards. 

Wagner's no-hitter was one of the most impressive performances in baseball history. He struck out 11 batters without allowing an earned run on June 11, 2003. Wagner is currently a member of the Houston Astros Hall of Fame, having been inducted in 2017.

Also Played For: philadelphia phillies

3. Evan Longoria

Designated hitter

Evan Longoria Career

  • 3x All-Star (2008–2010), AL Rookie of the Year (2008), Silver Slugger Award (2009), 3× Gold Glove Award (2009, 2010, 2017), Fielding Bible Award (2010), Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award (2013), Hit for the cycle on August 1, 2017

Evan Longoria is a talented 3rd baseman who has had success in the MLB. He was drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in 2008 and debuted with them that season. Evan has since played for the Arizona Diamondbacks, San Francisco Giants, and Toronto Blue Jays.

In 2018, he won his first World Series title with the San Francisco Giants. Evan is married to Tiffany Trump and they have one child together named Theodore Roosevelt Longoria-Trump (born 2019). Evan Longoria is a three-time all-star, having won the Rookie of the Year award in 2008.

He was also among the league leaders in fielding percentage each year from 2009 to 2017, winning three consecutive Gold Glove Awards. In 2010, he was awarded Wilson Defensive Player of the Year Award and hit for cycle on August 1 that same year.

Also Played For: tampa bay rays, san francisco giants

4. Jeff Reardon

Jeff Reardon Career

  • 4× All-Star (1985, 1986, 1988, 1991), World Series champion (1987), NL Rolaids Relief Man Award (1985), NL saves leader (1985)

Jeff Reardon was a successful pitcher in the Major Leagues for over 20 years. He won 73 games and lost 77, but had an earned run average of 3.16 which shows that he wasn't always consistent.

Jeff Reardon is best known for his time with the New York Yankees where he helped lead them to four World Series titles (1981-84). After leaving the Yankees, Jeff Reardon played two seasons with the Mets before retiring at age 36.

In 1994, Jeff Reardon returned to baseball as a coach with the Pittsburgh Pirates organization. Since retirement from professional baseball, Jeff Reardon has remained active in coaching and working in business ventures outside of baseball .

A relief pitcher for most of his career, Reardon was known as one of the best in baseball. He won four All-Star games and two World Series titles during his time with the New York Yankees. After playing for five teams over a 19-year career, he retired in 1994.

Also Played For: montreal expos, university of massachusetts amherst

5. Cayden Wallace

Wallace was drafted by the Royals in the first round of the 2018 MLB Draft. Wallace spent most of his junior year at Wichita State before transferring to Oklahoma Baptist for his senior season.

In 132 games with Wichita State and Oklahoma Baptist, he hit .327 with 10 home runs and 62 RBIs. 

Wallace played in all five rounds of the playoffs for Kansas City, batting .391 (8-for-21) with two doubles, a home run and six RBIs in seven games en route to the team's World Series championship appearance.

Wallace is expected to start at third base for Kansas City this season after playing mostly second base last year as part of rookie Freddy Galvis' development plan Cayden Wallace is a talented pitcher who has worked hard to improve his game. 

He has a strong arm and can throw any pitch in the book. Wallace is also an excellent hitter, able to hit for power as well as average.

His dedication level to baseball is evident by the countless hours he spends practicing and working on his craft. Cayden Wallace's future looks bright, with plenty of potential to be one of the best pitchers in all of Minor League Baseball.

Also Played For: arkansas razorbacks baseball, college baseball

6. Mo Vaughn

Boston Red Sox

Mo Vaughn Career

  • 3× All-Star (1995, 1996, 1998), AL MVP (1995), Silver Slugger Award (1995), AL RBI leader (1995), Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Vaughn played in MLB for 12 seasons, mostly with the Boston Red Sox. He was a consistent hitter and threw right-handed. Vaughn has been honored many times, including being inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 2007.

After his playing career ended, Vaughn became a baseball commentator on television broadcasts and served as hitting coach for the Cleveland Indians from 2004 to 2006. In 2010, he published an autobiography entitled "My Life As Mo: The Autobiography of America's Most Outspoken First Baseman." 

Mo is married to actress Emilie Ullerup and they have three children together; one son and two daughters. Mo Vaughn was a three-time All-Star and AL MVP for the Boston Red Sox.

He played his entire career with the team from 1991 to 1998, scoring over 1,000 runs and hitting over 300 home runs in that time span. After leaving Boston, Mo hit well for the Anaheim Angels (1999–2000) before finishing up his career with the New York Mets (2002–2003).

7. Jason Varitek

Jason Varitek Career

  • 3× All-Star (2003, 2005, 2008), 2× World Series champion (2004, 2007), Gold Glove Award (2005), Silver Slugger Award (2005), Golden Spikes Award (1994), Dick Howser Trophy (1994), Boston Red Sox Hall of Fame

Jason Varitek is a catcher and coach for the Boston Red Sox. He played in MLB from 1997 to 2011, and was a three-time All-Star. Jason is known for his strong throwing arm, which helped him become one of the best catchers in baseball history.

His batting average was .256 over his career, but he accumulated more than 2,000 hits and 250 home runs nevertheless. After playing for the Red Sox from 1997 until 2007, Varitek joined the New York Yankees as their regular backup catcher before retiring at the end of the 2011 season.

In total he made 947 appearances in Major League Baseball – an impressive record that will long be remembered by fans across America Jason Varitek was a 3-time All-Star and 2x World Series champion with the Boston Red Sox. 

Jason was known as one of the best defensive catchers in baseball, winning several awards including a Gold Glove Award and Silver Slugger Award. He retired after playing for the Red Sox from 2011 to 2021, becoming their manager in 2022.

Also Played For: little league world series

8. David Aardsma

Seattle Mariners

David Aardsma

David Aardsma was signed by the Atlanta Braves as a free agent in 2015. He made his MLB debut with San Francisco Giants in 2004, and has since played for Atlanta Braves.

David is best known for his relief pitching skills, and has recorded over 100 saves during his career so far. David is married to wife Shana, and they have two children together - Karter (born 2013) and Avery (born 2017).

David Aardsma is a pitcher for the San Francisco Giants. He has had some success in the past but has not been as consistent this season. 

Aardsma was drafted by the Chicago Cubs in 2004 and played with them until 2006. He then signed with the Chicago White Sox and had two good seasons there, winning 17 games in 2007 and 2008 combined.

After spending 2009–2010 with Seattle, David signed with Boston Red Sox where he started 35 games before being traded to New York Yankees late into the season due to injuries sustained during spring training that year. 

In 2012, David signed with the New York Mets where he spent one full season before joining Atlanta Braves last year; however, his time in Atlanta was cut short because of an injury again (this time having Tommy John surgery).

9. Andrew Miller

Boston Red Sox

Andrew Miller Career

  • 2× All-Star (2016, 2017), ALCS MVP (2016), AL Reliever of the Year (2015)

Andrew Miller is a pitcher for the Cleveland Indians. He made his MLB debut with the Detroit Tigers in 2006 and has since played for the St. Louis Cardinals.

Miller has an impressive 55-55 record, along with a 4.03 earned run average and 979 strikeouts in 979 innings pitched over 19 seasons in the MLB. 

Andrew Miller is considered one of the best relief pitchers in baseball, and he will be sorely missed by both his teams when he retires at the end of the 2021 season after 19 years of professional baseball play Miller is a relief pitcher who has played for the Cleveland Indians and Boston Red Sox.

Miller was originally drafted by the Detroit Tigers in 2006, but he did not sign with them. He then went to Florida Marlins in 2008 where he spent three seasons before being traded to the Boston Red Sox in 2011. 

In 2014, Miller signed with the Baltimore Orioles and helped lead them to their first-ever World Series appearance; they eventually lost to the New York Yankees. 

After two seasons with Baltimore, Miller was traded back to his original team -the Boston Red Sox- for a package of prospects including Yoan Moncada and Michael Kopech.

Miller has been an effective reliever throughout his career, posting an ERA below 3 in each of his 10 seasons as a pro ballplayer (including playoffs). 

His best season came in 2016 when he led all AL relievers in ERA (1.74) and strikeouts (123). Miller is married and has one child he also owns a dog named Duke. 6bHe loves spending time outdoors hiking or playing golf Andrew Miller's net worth is currently unknown.

Also Played For: cleveland indians

10. Bobby Kielty

Bobby Kielty Career

  • World Series champion (2007)

Kielty was drafted in the 4th round of the 1997 MLB Draft by the Atlanta Braves, but did not sign with them. He made his major league debut for the Minnesota Twins on April 10, 2001.

Kielty spent most of his career with the Twins before being traded to the Chicago White Sox in 2006 and then back to Minnesota in 2007. In 2008, he signed a one-year contract with Japanese team Yakult Swallows before retiring at season's end due to injury.

After retirement from baseball, Kielty became a broadcaster for both Twin Cities sports stations FSN North and Fox Sports North before joining ESPN as an analyst for Little League World Series coverage beginning in 2016 .

 Kielty is married and has two children Kielty had a successful seven-year career with the Boston Red Sox, winning two World Series titles.

Kielty was drafted by the Minnesota Twins in 2001 and played for them for three seasons before being traded to Toronto Blue Jays in 2003. He enjoyed his most productive years with Oakland Athletics from 2004 to 2007, batting over .

300 each season and totaling over 250 runs batted in during that time. After a short stint with the Minnesota Twins again in 2008, Kielty retired at the end of that year after finishing up as runner-up in MVP voting behind Kansas City's Alex Gordon.

11. Trey Dombroski

Trey Dombroski is a 21-year-old pitcher for the Houston Astros. He was drafted in the 4th round of the 2017 MLB Draft by the Astros and has made some impressive starts to his professional career.

Trey Dombroski stands at 6'4'' and weighs 215 pounds, making him an imposing figure on the mound. Trey Dombroski has a fastball that can reach up to 96 mph, as well as an assortment of other pitches that he can use depending on what he needs to get hitters out in any given game situation.

Trey Dombroski is very young still, so there's plenty of room for improvement ahead if he continues to develop at this rate. 

Trey Dombroski is a professional baseball player who has played for the Toronto Blue Jays and Tampa Bay Rays. Trey was drafted by the Toronto Blue Jays in 2007 out of high school, and he made his debut with them in 2009.

In 2013, Trey signed with the Tampa Bay Rays, where he spent two seasons before being traded to the Blue Jays in 2015. Trey is known for his power hitting abilities; over his career he's hit 269 home runs, which ranks him 4th.

All-time among Canadian players (behind only Roy Halladay, Dave Stieb and Roberto Alomar). Trey also has an impressive batting average; during his time in Tampa Bay it peaked at .291, while with the Blue Jays it reached .326 twice (2015 and 2017).

After spending 2018 with the Chicago White Sox organization, Trey announced on November 1st that he will be retiring from baseball at age 34 after 11 years playing professionally.

12. Craig Hansen

Craig Hansen

Craig Hansen is a right-handed pitcher who has played for the Boston Red Sox. He was drafted by Boston in the 3rd round of the 2003 amateur draft and made his debut with them in 2006.

In 2011, he won his first championship with Boston as they defeated the Texas Rangers in the World Series. He again reached the World Series in 2013 but this time lost to San Francisco Giants.

Hansen signed a two-year contract extension with Boston at the end of that season which will keep him at Fenway Park until 2017. As of July 2016, he ranks second all-time onBoston's list of games pitched (320).

Craig Hansen is married to Brittany and they have one child together, daughter Harper Grace Craig Hansen made his MLB debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2005 and played for them until 2009. 

Craig had a decent win-loss record during his time in the majors, but he was most known for striking out 70 batters while giving up 6.34 earned runs per game.

The Pirates signed him in 2008 and he finished up his career there after appearing in just 9 games over two seasons. Craig is now retired from baseball and is currently working as an analyst on television broadcasts of professional sports events.

13. Bryce Hubbart

Bryce Hubbart is a pitcher for the Cincinnati Reds. He was drafted in the first round of the 2019 MLB draft. Bryce Hubbart has been impressive in his short career, posting a 2-0 record with a 0.00 ERA and 24 strikeouts in 23 innings pitched across three minor league seasons.

Bryce Hubbart will likely make his major league debut this season with the Reds, but he'll have to improve on his control (4 walks) if he wants to stay on the staff longterm. What makes him so special," added Double-A manager Bryan Price "is that you can't hit what he's throwing".

His fastball reaches 97 mph and scouts say it could develop into an effective slider or changeup down the road; at present, though, it's more than enough to dominate hitters at any level...

He throws strikes and doesn't give up many hits - either by design or simply because they're not making good contact." 

Although there may be some growing pains along the way as Bryce Hubbart moves up through baseball ranks, there is no doubt that he possesses elite potential both as a pitcher and person off of the field.

14. Chase DeLauter

Chase DeLauter is an outfielder for the Cleveland Guardians. He was drafted by the Milwaukee Brewers in the second round of the 2017 MLB Draft. 

DeLauter has caught everyone's eye with his speed, power, and fielding ability at both middle infield and outfield positions. He has batted .273 with 17 home runs and 61 RBIs in 133 games played during his rookie season with Cleveland. 

DeLauter will continue to develop as a player over the next few seasons and could be a major contributor for Cleveland down the line Chase DeLauter is a left-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Baltimore Orioles in the first round of the 2014 MLB Draft.

In 2016, he made his major league debut with the O's and recorded a 2.86 ERA over 26 innings pitched. DeLauter attended Frederick Community College where he won two NJCAA Division II National Championships (2008, 2009). 

He then transferred to Oklahoma State University, where he was named First Team All American in 2013 and 2015 before being selected by Baltimore in the draft.

DeLauter has an impressive pedigree; both of his parents played professional baseball, as did one of his uncles - former major leaguer Jason Varitek. 

Chase is married to Naya DeLauter and they have a son named Greyson born in February 2018. They reside in Maryland Heights, MO during offseason months and Norman, OK during season months while Chase continues playing for the Orioles organization.

15. Zach Neto

Zach Neto

Zach Neto is a young pitcher who has steadily improved over the past few seasons. He was drafted by the Los Angeles Angels in 2018 and made his MLB debut that year.

In 2021, he had a breakout season, posting a 3.16 ERA and striking out 104 batters in 103 innings pitched. 

In 2022, Neto continued to pitch well for the Angels, posting an ERA of 2.96 with 116 strikeouts in 120 innings pitched Zach Neto was drafted by the Miami Marlins in the first round of the 2017 MLB Draft.

He made his professional debut with short-season Single-A Jupiter in 2018 and hit .313/.394/.574 with 10 home runs. He spent 2019 with Single-A Greensboro, where he batted .269/.347/.452 with 14 home runs and 63 RBIs in 97 games. 

In 2020, Zach Neto was promoted to Double-A Jacksonville and hit .274/.361/.496 with 17 home runs and 72 RBIs in 102 games played.

The 24 year old has now been called up to Triple-A New Orleans for a brief stint, where he's hitting .324/400/1128 (.928 OPS) so far this season while playing all three outfield positions as well as second base on occasion due to injuries suffered by other players on the team (including Yoan Moncada).

16. Mickey Morandini

Mickey Morandini Career

  • All-Star (1995)

Morandini was born in Kittanning, Pennsylvania on April 22nd, 1966. He played baseball for Penn State before being drafted by the Philadelphia Phillies in the 1989 draft.

Morandini made his MLB debut with the Phillies on September 1st of 1990 and appeared in 154 games over parts of four seasons with them before joining Toronto as a free agent in 1999.

In 2000, Morandini enjoyed his finest season statistically as he hit .268 with 32 home runs and 351 RBIs across 150 games played for the Blue Jays. 

After spending 2001 and 2002 with Toronto's American League rivals, New York Yankees, Morandini announced his retirement from professional baseball at the end of 2003 having accumulated 2264 hits. 

(with 311 doubles) and 1188 walks during an 18-year career that spanned 586 total games played between six teams (Philadelphia/Toronto/Yankees/New York Mets/Los Angeles Dodgers).

At age 56 years old, Mickey retired after playing one last game for Team Italy at the 2016 World Baseball Classic qualifying tournament held in San Juan de Puerto Rico.

Where they finished 3rd place behind Cuba and Mexico respectively to earn their spot at this year's WBC Finals which will be contested throughout March & April 2017 hosted by Japan.

17. Ron Darling

New York Mets

Ron Darling Career

  • All-Star (1985), World Series champion (1986), Gold Glove Award (1989), New York Mets Hall of Fame

Darling was a pitcher in the MLB for over 20 years, and he is best known for his time with the New York Mets. He had a successful career, compiling a record of 244-183 with 568 strikeouts.

Darling also played some minor league baseball before making it to the majors, and he showed great potential early on in his career. However, an elbow injury ended his tenure as a full-time player relatively early on in his career.

After retiring from professional baseball, Darling has pursued other interests outside of the game – such as acting and coaching – but he remains involved in various aspects of baseball life nonetheless. Darling currently resides near San Francisco Bay Area where he coaches young pitchers at Stanford University.

Darling was a two-time All-Star and World Series champion with the Mets. Darling had an impressive record as a pitcher, posting 136 wins in 116 games. Darling also won a Gold Glove Award during his career and is now enshrined in the New York Mets Hall of Fame.

Also Played For: new york mets

18. Terry Steinbach

Terry Steinbach Career

  • 3× All-Star (1988, 1989, 1993), World Series champion (1989)

Terry Steinbach was a catcher for the Oakland Athletics from 1986-1999. He is best known for his time with the Twins, where he played in parts of 10 seasons and hit .267/.354/.467 with 234 home runs and 903 RBIs.

Terry Steinbach has also been a member of the Houston Astros, Cleveland Indians, Chicago White Sox, Milwaukee Brewers, Colorado Rockies and New York Mets organizations over his career. 

In 2005 Steinbach was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a nominee after being passed over twice by voters during his playing days (1994-99).

Terry Steinbach currently works as an analyst for ESPN's SportsCenter and MLB Network shows throughout the season Terry Steinbach was a first baseman and designated hitter.

Who played for the Oakland Athletics, Minnesota Twins, and Kansas City Royals over his 20-year career. He won three All-Star games during his career, including one as a member of the World Series champion Oakland A's in 1989.

Terry Steinbach finished with an average batting average of .271 and 745 RBIs in 1,865 total plate appearances. As a DH he hit 38 home runs over parts of 10 seasons; all but two were extra-base hits (two double homers). 

Terry Steinbach is most well known for his time spent with the Twins from 1997 to 1999 where he helped lead them to their only world championship win in franchise history in 1998 against Houston Astros at Metrodome in Minneapolis.

19. Jared McKenzie

Jared McKenzie is an outfielder for the Washington Nationals. He was drafted in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft. Jared has had a breakout year in 2018, hitting .283 with 10 home runs and 46 RBIs.

Jared was named to his first All-Star team this season, as well as being nominated for MVP Award consideration. Jared has shown great promise both on and off the field, making him one of the most promising young players in baseball today Jared McKenzie is a left-handed pitcher in the Tampa Bay Rays organization.

He was drafted by the Rays in the 31st round of the 2011 MLB Draft and made his professional debut that season with their Rookie Ball team. In 2013, he moved up to Class A Bowling Green where he had a 3.27 ERA in 32 games (30 starts).

The right-hander finished 2014 with a combined 2.76 ERA between Single-A Charlotte and Double-A Montgomery, earning him promotion to Triple-A Durham midway through the year where he pitched well for them before being recalled to Tampa Bay on July 20th for good.

20. Jake Bennett

Jake Bennett was born on December 2, 2000 in Washington, D.C. He is a pitcher for the Washington Nationals organization and made his debut in 2017 at the age of 22 years old.

Jake has spent time with both Single-A Potomac and Double-A Harrisburg this season where he has posted an ERA of 3.14 and 4.00 respectively while striking out 124 batters over 112 innings pitched between the two levels.

Jake is considered to have one of the best arms in the minors and could potentially be called up to the majors later this year or early next year depending on how things play out.

His ultimate goal is to help lead his team to victory by pitching deep into games as possible Jake Bennett is one of the top pitching prospects in all of baseball.

He has a fastball that can reach 100 MPH and an devastating slider. Jake Bennett was born in Tulsa, Oklahoma on February 9th, 1997. At just 18 years old, he made his debut with the Tulsa Drillers of the Texas League where he posted a 2-1 record with a 1.61 ERA in 26 games (27 innings). 

After spending 2017 with the AZL Dodgers organization where he compiled a 7-5 record and 3.11 ERA in 24 games (25 starts), Jake Bennett was called up to AAA Albuquerque Isotopes for 2018 season where he went 10-0 with a 0-.92 ERA over 25 starts before being traded to San Diego Padres on July 31st.

21. Tyler Locklear


  • American Baseball Coaches Association All-America (2021), Atlantic 10 Rookie of the Year (2021), Atlantic 10 Player of the Year, First-team All-Atlantic 10 (2021)

Tyler Locklear was drafted by the VCU Rams in the 2017 MLB Draft. Tyler has played for both the High-A Modesto Nuts and Double-A Richmond Flying Squirrels this season, batting .294 with 6 home runs and 33 RBIs.

He is currently playing for the Triple-A Albuquerque Isotopes where he is batting .280 with 4 home runs and 25 RBIs so far in 2018. 

Locklear helped lead VCU to their first NCAA tournament berth in program history as a freshman in 2016, hitting an impressive .345/.467/.561 with 5 HR's and 36 RBI's en route to First Team All-Conference honors from Baseball America magazine.

As a sophomore, Locklear slashed .318/.417/.493 while also swiping 31 bases (second on the team) – earning him Second Team All-American Athletic Conference accolades from Collegiate Baseball Newspaper/The National Association of Collegiate Directors of Athletics (NACDA). 

Tyler transferred to VCU after one year at Abingdon Christian University where he led his squad in doubles (31), walks (72) and total bases (260). In 35 games as a junior at ACU, Lockler hit just .208 but still managed 45 walks against only 14 strike outs (.353 OBP).

22. Adam Mazur

Mazur is a right-handed pitcher who was drafted by the Padres in the first round of the 2019 MLB draft. Mazur attended Florida State University and was named to both the All-ACC First Team and ACC Pitcher of the Year as a junior in 2018.

Mazur made his professional debut with short season Tri-City ValleyCats, posting a 2-1 record with a 1.30 ERA across four starts before being promoted to Class A Fort Wayne TinCaps where he finished the season with a 9-5 record and 3.59 ERA in 26 games (25 starts).

Mazur is expected to compete for a rotation spot out of spring training next year with Adam Mazur is a right-handed pitcher in the St. Paul Saints organization. 

He has pitched in three games this season, all of which he completed without allowing an earned run. Adam was drafted by the Minnesota Twins out of high school, but did not sign with them and instead played college baseball at Northeastern University.

After graduating from Northeastern, Mazur signed with the Saints and made his professional debut in 2016. 

In 2018, he led all minor league pitchers in strikeouts (139), while posting a 3-1 record and 1 save with a 2 ERA over 33 appearances (24 starts). Mazur is currently ranked as the #8 prospect in baseball according to MLB Pipeline.

23. Lou Merloni

Lou Merloni

Merloni played in the Majors for six seasons, most notably with the Cleveland Indians. Merloni was a solid hitter and defender at both middle infield positions.

Merloni is currently an instructor with the Angels organization. Lou Merloni was signed by the Boston Red Sox as an amateur free agent in 1988. He made his debut with the team in 1998 and played a significant role during their championship run that year.

In 2000, he led the league in hits and home runs while helping Yokohama BayStars win their first Japan Series title. Merloni spent three seasons with San Diego Padres before joining Cleveland Indians for two more years of play before retiring at the end of 2006 season.

Lou is currently a special assistant to general manager Ben Cherington for player development for Boston Red Sox organization where he assists young players on and off field including working with major league coaching staffs during spring training camps annually . 

A six-time All Star selection,Merloni ranks second all time among active sluggers in both homers (148) and RBIs (540).

Boston Globe) When asked about his favorite moment playing professional baseball, Merloni responded without hesitation: "winning championships."

The 2008 World Champion Boston Red Sox outfielder has been one of most consistent hitters over past decade or so winning batting titles each year from 2002-2006 inclusive At age 38, it's safe to say there are many good innings left in this 11-year veteran ballplayer.

24. George Greer

George Greer

George Greer is a former professional baseball player and coach. He played in the major leagues for 13 seasons, primarily as an outfielder. 

Greer was most notable for his time with the Montreal Expos (1973-1981), where he compiled a .263 batting average with 350 doubles, 10 triples, and 137 home runs over 731 games.

After retirement from playing, Greer became a highly successful coaching career in MLB, managing the Philadelphia Phillies (1982-1985) and San Diego Padres (1986-1992). 

In 1993 he was named manager of the Florida Marlins, but resigned after just one season due to managerial differences with owner Wayne Huizenga. Since retiring from coaching in 2001, Greer has worked as an analyst on television broadcasts of Major League Baseball games throughout North America.

He also serves as chairman of The George W. Truett Foundation which assists underprivileged youth through sports programs.

25. Freddie Moncewicz

Freddie Moncewicz

Freddie Moncewicz was a shortstop who played for the Boston Red Sox and Philadelphia Phillies in the 1930s. He hit .280 with 34 home runs and 163 RBI in his career.

Moncewicz died of a heart attack at age 65 years old. Freddie Moncewicz made his MLB debut for the Boston Red Sox on June 19, 1928. Freddie finished his career with the Red Sox in 1928 and played a total of 3 games.

Freddie was known for being a power hitter and had 1 hit in 1 at bats during his MLB career. After playing professional baseball, Freddie went on to have a successful managerial career with the Cleveland Indians (1951-1960).

Freddy passed away in 1995 at the age of 85 after spending many years living in Florida.

26. Bob Schaefer

Bob Schaefer

Bob Schaefer was a coach and interim manager in the MLB. He is best known for his time coaching with the Boston Red Sox, where he led them to two World Series titles (1986 and 2004).

In 1997, Schaefer became manager of the Baltimore Orioles, but was fired after just one season. He later served as bench coach for the Tampa Bay Rays from 2009 to 2011 before retiring from baseball altogether in 2012.

Schaefer managed the Kansas City Royals from 1991 to 2005 and also coached them during that time. His record as manager was 6-12, but he had a much better coaching record of 2002-2005 with Oakland Athletics. 

Schaefer left the Royals after they were relegated to the American League Central in 2005, and then rejoined them as a coach in 2008 with Los Angeles Dodgers where they made it back to the playoffs for the first time since 1988.

27. Bill Livesey

Bill Livesey was a scout and manager in the minor leagues for over 30 years. He served as the head coach of Worcester Academy from 1963-1966, then at University of Maine from 1967-1968.

After leaving UMaine, he spent 3 seasons as the head coach at Brown University before moving on to Eckerd College in 1972 where he remained for 7 seasons. In 1979, Livesey became the Manager/Scout/Executive with the Paintsville Yankees where he served until his retirement in 1993.

Bill Livesey was the executive vice president and general manager of the New York Yankees from 1980 to 1982. He also served as GM for Tampa Bay Devil Rays (1998-2001) and Toronto Blue Jays (2003). 

In 2004, he became the Mets' GM but lasted only one season before being fired following a disappointing campaign.

In 2008, he rejoined the Yankees as their EVP/GM and has been with them ever since - overseeing a vast array of player acquisitions both on and off the field.

28. Mike Roberts

North Carolina Tar Heels baseball

Mike Roberts Career

  • 1970–1972: UNC Chapel Hill
  • Position(s): Catcher
  • 1978–1998: UNC Chapel Hill
  • 1999: UNC Asheville

Roberts played catcher for the Cotuit Kettleers in 2019. Roberts is a veteran of many years of professional baseball, playing from 1970 to 1972 at UNC Chapel Hill.

He was inducted into the North Carolina Sports Hall of Fame in 2002 and has also been named an All-Star twice (1972, 1975).

 Roberts currently resides in Asheville, North Carolina with his wife Barbara and their two sons Austin and Trevor Mike Roberts is a UNC head coach that has had success at both the collegiate and professional levels.

He was named ACC Coach of the Year in 1999, after leading Asheville to an Atlantic Coast Conference championship. Outside of coaching, he also works as a high school basketball analyst for ESPNU. 

In 2017, he was inducted into the National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) Hall of Fame alongside Dean Smith and Rick Pitino. Mike Roberts' son Kenny is currently a assistant coach with the Milwaukee Bucks under new head coach Jason Kidd.

29. Lennie Merullo

Lennie Merullo Career

  • Appeared in three games for Cubs in 1945 World Series[1]

Lennie Merullo was a shortstop on the Chicago Cubs from 1941-1951. He batted right and threw right, but is most remembered for his fielding skills. 

Merullo spent most of his career with the Cubs, playing in 906 games and making 2,022 defensive appearances at short stop.

After leaving baseball, Lennie pursued a successful insurance business before retiring in 1984. 

Lennie Merullo passed away on May 30th at the age of 98 after a long and successful life both on and off the field Lennie Merullo was a five-time All-Star and one of the best hitters in Chicago Cubs history.

He played for the Cubs from 1941 to 1947, accumulating over 500 hits, 50 home runs, 150 RBIs and three World Series appearances. Lennie Merullo passed away at the age of 86 on August 22nd, 2017 after an illness lasting several years.

30. Jackie Bradley Jr.

Toronto Blue Jays

Jackie Bradley Jr. Career

  • All Star (2016), World Series champion (2018), ALCS MVP (2018), Gold Glove Award (2018)

Jackie Bradley Jr. made his MLB debut with the Boston Red Sox in 2013 and has been a regular player for them since then. He is primarily a right fielder but can also play left field when needed.

Bradley was named to the All-Star team in 2017 and has had several good seasons batting .

270 with 34 home runs and 111 RBIs over that time period. Bradley is signed through 2022 which means he will be around for awhile longer, providing fans with plenty of opportunities to see him play baseball at the highest level possible.

Jackie Bradley Jr. was drafted by the Boston Red Sox in 2013 and has since played for them through 2020. He has spent most of his time with Boston as a part of their outfield, but he also bats left-handed and can play first base if needed. 

In 2018, Jackie Bradley Jr., along with Mookie Betts and JD Martinez led the Red Sox to their first championship in 86 years by defeating the Los Angeles Dodgers in five games.

With 108 home runs over six seasons, Jackie Bradley Jr is one of the most prolific hitters in baseball history - making him an important member of any team he plays for.

31. Ian Happ

Chicago Cubs

Ian Happ Career

  • All-Star (2022), Gold Glove Award (2022)

Ian Happ made his MLB debut in 2017 with the Chicago Cubs. Happ is an outfielder and throws right-handed. He has played for the Pittsburgh Pirates, Cleveland Indians, and Chicago Cubs thus far in his career.

In 249 minor league games (138 starts), Happ batted .289 with 31 home runs and 143 RBIs. Ian Happ will hope to improve on these numbers when he returns to the majors this season with the Cubs Ian Happ is entering his third season in the majors and he's already made a big impact for the Cubs.

He has batted .249 with 104 homers and 308 RBIs over that time, helping Chicago to make it all the way to the World Series this year. Ian Happ was drafted in 2013 by the White Sox but opted not to sign due to concerns about his injury history. 

The Cubs took a chance on him and it paid off as he quickly established himself as one of their key players. In addition to being an outstanding hitter, Happ also plays excellent defense at second base, making him a very valuable player for Chicago heading into next season and beyond. 

With so much talent surrounding him, Happ will need continued success if he wants any shot at winning an MVP or Cy Young Award down the line - something that looks highly likely given his current level of play.

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32. Bill Lefebvre

Bill Lefebvre

Bill Lefebvre was a pitcher in the Negro Leagues and Major League Baseball. In his MLB career, he had a record of 83-86 with an ERA of 4.12. 

He also played for the Cleveland Indians (1946), Chicago White Sox (1950-51), New York Yankees (1952) and St Louis Browns (1959).

Bill Lefebvre was inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame in 1972 as part of the first class to be elected from African American players. 

After retiring from baseball, he worked as a coach for various teams including Baltimore Orioles, Cincinnati Reds and Los Angeles Dodgers before retiring in 1971.

Lefebvre died at 91 years old on January 19th 2007 after suffering from Alzheimer's disease for many years prior to his death. Bill Lefbreve was one of the most successful catchers in Red Sox history. He played with the team from 1938-1944, winning five games and losing five.

He led the league in caught stealing twice, while also ranking third in home runs during his time with Boston. Lefebvre is best known for his defensive abilities behind the plate, as he ranked first all-time in fielding percentage (.987). 

In 1944, Bill joined the Washington Senators where he played until 1945 before retiring at age 34 due to a knee injury sustained during a game against Brooklyn Dodgers.

33. Roger LaFrancois

Roger LaFrancois began his MLB career with the Boston Red Sox in 1978. He played for the Montreal Expos, Philadelphia Phillies and Baltimore Orioles before retiring in 1992.

In total, he compiled a .255 batting average with 31 home runs and 168 RBIs in over 1,100 games played during his 16-year career. Roger LaFrançois is currently a coach for the Blue Jays organization and has been since 2003.

Roger LaFrancois was a two-time all-star and nine-time gold glove winner. He spent his entire 22-year MLB career with the Boston Red Sox, where he won three championships. Roger LaFrancois was known for his batting average of .400 and ability to hit for power both at home and on the road.

After retiring from baseball in 1984, Roger LaFrancois became an analyst on NESN's coverage of Boston Red Sox games.

34. Logan Allen

Cleveland Guardians

Logan Allen is a 25-year-old pitcher for the Colorado Rockies. He was drafted by the Rockies in the first round of the 2015 MLB draft, and made his MLB debut in 2018.

Allen has primarily been used as a starter, but he also has experience as a reliever. In 2019, Allen had an outstanding season with the Rockies, posting a 2.27 ERA and 178 strikeouts over 156 innings pitched.

As one of the youngest pitchers in baseball, Allen is still looking to improve his game and develop further into an elite pitcher in Major League Baseball Logan Allen was drafted by the San Diego Padres in the first round of the 2019 MLB Draft.

Allen has excelled at both pitching and batting throughout his young career, posting a record of 5-10 with an ERA of 5.89 and striking out 68 batters in 140 innings pitched between two teams this season alone. 

With his impressive stats, it is no surprise that he has been called up to the major leagues for a short stint with Cleveland Indians / Guardians earlier this year before being traded to Baltimore Orioles shortly after.

As one of baseball's most promising prospects, Logan Allen will continue to develop and work hard on becoming one of America's top pitchers or hitters in years to come.

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35. Cam Collier

Cam Collier is a talented third baseman who was drafted in the first round of the 2016 MLB draft. He has shown great potential with the Reds and is looking to continue developing his skills at the MLB level.

Cam Collier is an exciting prospect who will be key for Cincinnati in the future. Cam Collier is a left-handed pitcher who has been drafted by the Chicago White Sox in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft. 

Cam was born on October 16, 1992 in Decatur, Illinois and attended Central Michigan University where he played college baseball for the CMU Chippewas.

After his junior year at Central Michigan, Cam signed with the White Sox as an undrafted free agent and made his professional debut with their Rookie League team in 2011. 

In 2013, Cam pitched for both Class A Kannapolis and Double-A Birmingham before earning a call up to Triple-A Charlotte during the season finale. 

Cam's breakout campaign as he finished fifth in American League Cy Young voting while also leading all major league pitchers with 238 strikeouts over 191 innings pitched (an ERA of 2.05).

Cam post career highs across the board including wins (12), innings pitched (215), strikeouts (259) and hits allowed (153). 

He became justthe second pitcher ever to record 12 or more wins while allowing fewer than 200 hits (.200 opponents average). On July 31st, 2016 Collier was traded from Chicago to Toronto along with Max Pentecostin in exchange that sent struggling prospect.

Jake PetrickaToTorontoIn returnforlefty reliever Joakim Soriaand minor leaguers Yennsy Diazand Germán Márquez The deal helped revive Toronto's offence after they had lost 97 games through theirfirst 109 contests.

Final Words

The Cape Cod Baseball League is a renowned summer baseball league on the beautiful cape of Massachusetts. Some of the greatest players to ever play in the CCBL include David Ortiz, Mike Piazza, and Cal Ripken Jr.

These three all won multiple MVP Awards and All-Star Game selections while playing for teams located in Hyannis or Provincetown.

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