Florida League Awards & Honors

2008

Cy Young winner Bo O'Dell

Outstanding Pro Prospect Jeff Walters Winter Park Georgia  
League MVP Andy Mee Belleview Santa Fe CC  .333 Avg, 23 R, 17 RBI, 1.56 ERA, 13 Saves
League CY Young Bo O'Dell Belleview Florida State 3-2, 2.08 ERA, 52 IP, 67 K, 15 BB
League Batting Champ Andy Mee Belleview Santa Fe CC .333 Avg
Stolen Base Leader Bobby Rauh  Winter Park Daytona Beach CC  21 Stolen Bases
Strikeout Leader Bo O'Dell Belleview Florida State  67 K in 52 IP
Outstanding Relief Pitcher Andy Mee Belleview Santa Fe CC  League record 13 Saves
David Eckstein Sportsmanship Brad Hutton Orlando Georgia Southern  
Championship Game MVP Ryan Whelan  Clermont Nova Southeastern  5 IP, 3 H, 1 R, 2 K in 9-1 Win
All-Star Game MVP Jose Jimenez Leesburg Tampa

 1-2, 1 R, 1 HR, 3 RBI

Home Run Derby Champ Joe Ezekiel  Leesburg Lafayette  13 HR in two rounds
Coach of the Year Steve Piercefield Clermont   20-14, League Champs

 

Baseball America Top Prospects

Ohmed Danesh

1) Jeff Walters RHP Winter Springs Georgia
2) Aaron Tullo RHP Winter Park St. Petersburg
3) Jaager Good RHP Winter Springs UCF
4) Marcus White RHP Winter Park Indiana Tech
5) Drew Buonanni LHP Leesburg Florida Tech
6) Chris Heston RHP Altamonte Springs Seminole State
7) Colin Arnold OF Winter Park UCF
8) Bo O'Dell RHP Belleview Florida State
9) Ohmed Danesh OF Winter Springs Florida State
10) Matt Fairel LHP Winter Springs Florida State

 

    

East All-Star Team                                                         West All-Star Team

Andrew Manning UAB Orlando
Austin Chubb State College of FL Sanford
Bobby Rauh Florida State Winter Park
Brennan Dobbins UCF Orlando
Chris Heston Seminole State Sanford
Colby Gratton Florida Atlantic Winter Park
Devin Hamilton UAB Sanford
Evan Stobbs UCF Orlando
Jeff Vigurs Bryant Winter Park
John Locklear Georgia State Winter Park
John Prano Lake Sumter Sanford
Joseph Munoz Bethune Cookman Orlando
Josh Siebenaler UCF Orlando
Kyle Mullaney Florida Orlando
Mason Heller Middle Georgia Orlando
Michael Norton Lenoir Rhyne Orlando
Ohmed Danesh Florida State Winter Park
Patrick Nathanson Florida Gulf Coast Winter Park
Ryan Vigue Florida State Winter Park
Stephen Cardullo Florida State Sanford
Tony Caldwell Auburn Winter Park
Ty Pryor North Florida Winter Park
Tyler Benzel UL-Lafayette Winter Park
William Gordon Penn Orlando
Yazy Arbelo Seminole State Sanford
 Alfred Croquer St. Pete CC Belleview
Andy Mee Santa Fe CC Belleview
Beau Hill USC Aiken Belleview
Bobby Bolling Santa Fe CC Belleview
Bo O'Dell Florida State Belleview
Brayan Valencia Nova Southeastern Clermont
Charlie Bailes Rollins Clermont
Dexter Butler South Florida Clermont
Gary Owens USC Aiken Belleview
Gil Gomez Holy Cross Leesburg
Jake Koch Florida Tech Leesburg
James Latorre Webber Int'l Clermont
Jason Postill Daytona State Belleview
John Michael Blake Lake Sumter Leesburg
Jon Bolt USC Aiken Leesburg
Jose Jimenez Tampa Leesburg
Luis Penate Central FL CC Belleview
Nick Delguidice Florida Atlantic Leesburg
Patrick Braswell SCAD Leesburg
Robert Collier North Florida Clermont
Roberto Perez Lake City CC Belleview
Roland Rodriguez Rowan Clermont
Ryan Anderson Drury Clermont
Tim Dye Lake Sumter Clermont
Tyler Powell Belmont Abbey Clermont

 

The Florida Collegiate Summer League (Florida League) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that operates six teams in Central Florida. Founded in November 2003, the Florida League provides a place in the Sunshine State for top college players to play pure wood bat baseball against top-level competition in a festive community atmosphere. The Florida League is one of twelve leagues supported and partially funded by Major League Baseball and is one of eleven leagues affiliated with the NACSB - an alliance of college summer wooden bat leagues that follow NCAA rules. The Florida League has been named one of the top leagues in the country by Baseball America.

 

 

The Florida Collegiate Summer League (Florida League) is a 501 (c)(3) non-profit organization that operates six teams in Central Florida. Founded in November, 2003, the Florida League provides a place in the Sunshine State for top college players to play pure wood bat baseball against top-level competition in a festive community atmosphere. The Florida League is one of ten leagues supported and partially funded by Major League Baseball and is one of ten leagues affiliated with the NACSB - an alliance of college summer wooden bat leagues that follow NCAA rules. The Florida League has been named one of the top leagues in the country by Baseball America.

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