Florida League Awards & Honors

2010


2010 League MVP, LB Dantzler

Outstanding Pro Prospect Brandon Thomas Sanford Georgia Tech .312 Avg., 3 HR 28 R, 17 SB
League MVP LB Dantzler Winter Park State College of FL .375 Avg, 3 HR, 26 R, 29 RBI
League CY Young Bobby Bolling Winter Park Radford  (4-0), 1.42 ERA, 25 K, 1.13 WHIP
League Batting Champ Sam Kimmel Winter Park Indian River JC .378 AVG
Stolen Base Leader Stephen Bellantoni DeLand Lake Sumter CC  24 Stolen Bases
Strikeout Leader Steven Starbird Orlando Lincoln Memorial  42 Strikeouts in 54.2 IP
Outstanding Relief Pitcher Spencer Medick Sanford Hampden-Syndey  27.2 IP, 1.30 ERA, 28 K
David Eckstein Sportsmanship Joseph Munoz DeLand Bethune Cookman  
Championship Game MVP Nick Goody Winter Park State College of FL 7 IP, 0 R, 2 H, 9 K in 1-0 Win
All-Star Game MVP Stephen Bellantoni DeLand Lake Sumter CC  2-4, 1 R, 1 SB
Home Run Derby Champ Dexter Kelley DeLand Savannah State  7 HR over two rounds
Coach of the Year Clint Chrysler Winter Park    28-11 record, #1 Seed, Champions

 

Baseball America Top Prospects

Brandon Thomas

1) Brandon Thomas IF Sanford Georgia Tech
2) Robert Beary C Leesburg South Carolina
3) Nick Goody RHP Winter Park State College of FL
4) Spencer Theisen OF Winter Park Stetson
5) Joe Lovecchio RHP Orlando Seminole State
6) DJ Hicks 1B Orlando UCF
7) Spencer Medick LHP Sanford Hampden-Syndey
8) Cheyne Witt RHP Orlando Wharton JC
9) Hunter Scantling RHP DeLand Florida State
10) Trey Pilkington RHP Sanford Alabama

 

 
      
   

                             Cy Young Winner Bobby Bolling                                                          Reliever of the Year Spencer Medick

    Away All-Star Team                                              Home All-Star Team

Alex Friedrich UCF Winter Park
Anthony Caronia State College of FL Orlando
Bobby Bolling Radford Winter Park
Brad Hutton Ohio State Winter Park
Chad Modomo W.V. Wesleyan Orlando
Chase Okey Lake Sumter CC Winter Park
Danny Baatz UNC Asheville Leesburg
Dylan Ortega Brevard CC Leesburg
Jake Boyd Stetson Winter Park
Jordan Rasinski UCF DeLand
Kyle Wahl Southern Leesburg
LB Dantzler State College of FL Winter Park
Luis Montesinos Penn State Orlando
Mark Nelson Florida Atlantic Orlando
Michael Albaladejo Florida Atlantic Leesburg
Mitchel Brennan Tallahassee CC Winter Park
Nic Kovacs Lake Sumter CC Leesburg
Sam Kimmel Indian River State Winter Park
Scott Robinson UCF Leesburg
Tim Dye Belmont Abbey Winter Park
Trey Blackman Tallahassee CC Winter Park
Trey Dahl South Florida Winter Park
 Brad Renner Rollins Sanford
Brandon Thomas Georgia Tech Sanford
Bryan Adametz Palm Beach State DeLand
Drew Morgan Florida Southern Sanford
Jabari Blash Miami Dade JC Sanford
Jeff Moyer Florida DeLand
Jeremy Strawn State College of FL Sanford
Joe Lovecchio Miami Orlando
Joseph Munoz Bethune Cookman DeLand
Josh Patton Noth Florida Leesburg
Josh Strawn Southern Polytehnic Sanford
Kelvin Clark Florida Southern Sanford
Mark Darlington W.V. Wesleyan Leesburg
Michael Gonzalez Tennessee State Leesburg
Nate Gonzalez Vanderbilt Sanford
Patrick Roedel Lynn Orlando
Spencer Medick Hampden-Sydney Sanford
Stephen Bellantoni Lake Sumter CC DeLand
Steven Starbird Lincoln Memorial Orlando
Todd Hankins Seminole State Sanford
Trey Pilkington Alabama Sanford
Tyler Benzel Florida Southern Sanford
Zach Haile High Point Sanford

 

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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