Hometown Heroes: Ex-LSU standouts Bregman, Harris shine in All-Star play

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Alex Bregman sizzles in Futures Game with major is sight; Will Harris with big “K” in All-Star Game

It has been quite a season for Alex Bregman.

In the classic “fast track” path to the majors, Bregman comes out of the All-Star break on the verge of reaching his dream and making it to the major leagues, just one year into his professional career.

ESPN analyst Jim Bowden tweeted on Tuesday night that the Astros are expected to call up Bregman as early as this weekend. That could be bad news for the New Orleans Zephyrs, who will host Bregman’s current team, the Fresno Grizzlies, Thursday through Sunday in what is billed as a showdown featuring LSU’s last two great shortstops, Bregman and Austin Nola of the Zephyrs.

Bregman, who has had a brilliant year at Double-A Corpus Christi and Triple-A Fresno, cemented his status as one of the top prospects in all of baseball with a 3-for-5 performance in the All-Star Future Game at San Diego this past Sunday. Bregman was a home run short of the cycle.

“Everybody in the dugout was wanting me to swing for it, and I did. And I didn’t get it,” said Bregman, who popped out in the seventh inning and struck out in the ninth after going 3-for-3 with a single, double and triple in his first three at-bats.

“Playing at Petco (Park), great environment, great fans. It had a feel to it like this was the closest thing to the big leagues,” added Bregman.

Bregman is batting .309 with 19 doubles, two triples, 19 home runs and 60 RBI in 70 games combined at Corpus Christi and Fresno.

Will Harris and AL All-StarsIt has been quite a season for Slidell High and LSU product Will Harris with the Houston Astros.

Enjoying his second consecutive superb seasons in Houston, Harris earned a well deserved All-Star berth and took total advantage of the opportunity.

With the bases loaded and two out in the top of the eighth inning, Harris struck out Aledmys Diaz looking on a 3-2 pitch to preserve a 4-2 lead as the American League won the game by that score. Since being inserted into the closer role in Houston, Harris has saved all nine games he has been entrusted to save.

Despite being the subject of many trade rumors, former UL-Lafayette star Jonathan Lucroy continues to star for the Milwaukee Brewers. Lucroy hit the All-Star break batting .304 with 16 doubles, the triples, 11 home runs and 42 RBI. Lucroy played in the All-Star game Tuesday night, lining a single to left his only at-bat.

In a clear case of being shunned, despite being a deserving All-Star, former LSU star D.J. LeMahieu stormed into the All-Star break with multi hit games in five of his last six games to raise his season average to .334, second in the National League and third overall in the majors. LeMahieu was an All-Star in 2015.

Former LSU star Aaron Hill got a promotion, of sorts, this past week.

Hill was a huge part of a five-player trade between Milwaukee and Boston, with Hill going from the Brewers to a contender in the Red Sox.

Hill, 34, fills a void at third base for Boston. In three games with the Red Sox, Hill is 3-for-12 with a pair of RBI. On the season, he is hitting .282 with eight home runs and 31 RBI.

Former Parkway High and Centenary star Seth Lugo is back with the New York Mets. Lugo, who was called up by the Mets on June 30 from Las Vegas, was optioned back to the 51’s on July 2. He did not remain in Las Vegas very long as the Mets recalled him once again on July 6. Lugo made his presence felt, pitching two shutout innings against Washington on July 8. In his two outings with the Mets, Lugo has allowed no runs on two hits with three strikeouts.

At Triple-A Gwinnett (Atlanta Braves) of the International League, former St. Amant star Reid Brignac hit the All-Star break with three consecutive two-hit games (6-for-11/.545). Brignac raised his average to .268 with 10 doubles, one triple, four home runs and 26 RBI for the Braves.

The same is true of former Barbe star Garin Cecchini with Colorado Springs (Milwaukee Brewers) of the Pacific Coast League, who had three straight two-hit games to enter the break (6-for-12/.500). Cecchini raised his average to .273 with 11 doubles, three triples, three home runs and 32 RBI with eight stolen bases for the Sky Sox.

Rob Segedin, the ex-Tulane slugger, continues to knock on the door of a call-up from the Los Angeles Dodgers. Segedin belted three home runs in a doubleheader against Omaha on July 9 for Oklahoma City of the Pacific Coast League. Segedin is batting .302 with 17 doubles, eight triples, 16 home runs and 53 RBI for the Dodgers. Segedin participated in the Triple A version of Home Run Derby Monday night in Charlotte.

At Double-A Chattanooga (Minnesota Twins) of the Southern League, former Northwestern State lefty Mason Melotakis hit the All-Star break with 10 consecutive scoreless innings out of the bullpen for the Lookouts. In that stretch, Melotakis pitched 9 2/3 innings, allowing just seven hits, striking out 13 as he lowered his ERA to 2.25 in 25 appearances with a 1-1 record.

At Arkansas (Los Angeles Angels) of the Texas League, former UL-Lafayette star Caleb Adams has a seven-game hit streak (12-for-30/.400) to raise his average to .227 with three home runs and 15 RBI after a slow start for the Travelers.

At Class A West Virginia (Pittsburgh Pirates) of the New York-Penn League, former Tulane shortstop Stephen Alemais has a seven-game hit streak (9-for-29/.310) to raise his average to .289 with a pair of doubles and five RBI in 10 games played for the Black Bears.

At Class A Peoria (St. Louis Cardinals) of the Midwest League, Chris Chinea has eight hits in his last four games (8-for-15/.533). The ex-LSU catcher and first baseman has raised his average to .314 with 15 doubles, three home runs and 34 RBI for the Chiefs.

Former Tulane pitcher Patrick Duester signed a free agent contract with the Los Angeles Dodgers on July 11. Duester went 7-7 with a 3.62 ERA and four saves for Tulane in two seasons with the Green Wave.

Former Rummel, Delgado and LSU hurler Nate Fury picked up his first win last week for Inland Empire (Los Angeles Angels). Fury has done a solid job for the 66ers, posting a 1-2 record with a 2.83 ERA. In 35 innings, Fury has allowed just 27 hits and fanned 39 batters.

Taylor Henry, an Airline High and Centenary product, continues to star for Brooklyn (New York Mets) of the New York-Penn League. Henry is 1-0 with a perfect ERA and three saves in as many opportunities for the Cyclones. In 12 1/3 innings, Henry has allowed just six hits and has recorded nine strikeouts.

At Lake Elsinore (San Diego Padres) of the California League, Phil Maton has now posted nine straight scoreless outings out of the bullpen for the Storm. In those nine outings, the former Louisiana Tech ace has pitched 12 1/3 innings, allowing just three hits while striking out 17 to lower his miniscule ERA to 0.55 in 12 games. Maton is 1-0 with four saves and an ey-popping 0.49 WHIP.

At Tri-City (Houston Astros) of the New York-Penn League, former Tulane catcher Jake Rogers belted his first professional home run Tuesday night, a two-run shot in the ninth inning, but iw as not enough as Mahoning Valley beat the ValleyCats 4-3.

In the Rookie Gulf Coast League, former Live Oak pitcher Preston Guillory debuted in fine fashion for the GCL Marlins (Miami Marlins). In two appearances, Guillory has not allowed a run, yielding just one hit while striking out two batters.

Nick Heath out of Northwestern State has three consecutive multi-hit games for Idaho Falls (Kansas City Royals) of the Pioneer League (7-for-15/.467) to raise his average to .299 with four doubles, two triples, two home runs and 11 RBI for the Chukars.

Former Loyola slugger Luis Anguizola is off to a good start for the Arizona League Padres (San Diego Padres). Anguizola is batting .313 (5-for-16) with two doubles and two RBI in five games.

Major Leagues

Clay Buchholz—Red Sox (McNeese St.) 18 G, 3-9, 5.91 ERA, 80.2 INN, 53 K’s
Steve Clevenger—Mariners (SLU) .221, 3 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI (15-day DL)
Louis Coleman—Dodgers (LSU) 40 G, 1-1, 4.01 ERA, 33.2 INN, 31 H, 29 K’s
Charlie Furbush—Mariners (LSU) 15-day DL
Kevin Gausman—Orioles (LSU) 15 G, 1-6, 4.15 ERA, 86.2 INN, 82 K’s
Johnny Giavotella—Angels (Jesuit, UNO) .268, 17 doubles, 1 triple, 6 HR, 26 RBI, 3 SB
Will Harris—Astros (Slidell, LSU) 39 G, 1-1, 1.62 ERA, 9 SV, 39 INN, 31 H, 39 K’s
Aaron Hill—Red Sox (LSU) .282, 11 doubles, 8 HR, 31 RBI, 4 SB
Wade LeBlanc—Mariners (Barbe) 3 G, 1-0, 3.52 ERA, 15.1 INN, 12 H, 10 K’s
DJ LeMahieu—Rockies (LSU) .334, 21 doubles, 5 triples, 5 HR, 32 RBI, 7 SB
Aaron Loup—Blue Jays (Hahnville, Tulane) 9 G, 0-0, 6.75 ERA, 5.1 INN, 4 H, 7 K’s
Seth Lugo—Las Vegas (Parkway, Centenary) 2 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 4 INN, 2 H, 3 K’s
Jonathan Lucroy—Brewers (ULL) .304, 16 doubles, 3 triples, 11 HR, 42 RBI, 4 SB
Mikie Mahtook—Rays (St. Thomas More, LSU) .154, 2 doubles, 3 RBI (15-day DL)
Wade Miley—Mariners (Loranger,SLU) 16 G, 6-6, 5.44 ERA, 92.2 IN, 65 K’s
Logan Morrison—Rays (Northshore) .236, 10 doubles, 10 HR, 31 RBI, 4 SB
Aaron Nola—Phillies (Catholic, LSU) 17 G, 5-8, 4.69 ERA, 96 INN, 106 K’s
Jonathan Papelbon—Nationals (Baton Rouge) 29 G, 1-2, 2.83 ERA, 19 SV, 28.2 INN, 26 H, 27 K’s
Jace Peterson—Braves (Hamilton Christian, McNeese State) .279, 7 doubles, 4 HR, 15 RBI
Alex Presley—Brewers (Monroe) .198, 2 doubles, 3 HR, 11 RBI (Designated for assignment)
Ryan Schimpf—Padres (St. Paul’s, LSU) .183, 5 doubles, 4 HR, 7 RBI
Jason Vargas—Royals (LSU) 60-day DL
Taijuan Walker—Mariners (Shreveport) 16 G, 4-7, 3.66 ERA, 86 INN, 80 H, 80 K’s (15-day DL)
Rickie Weeks Jr.—Diamondbacks (Southern) .245, 7 doubles, 5 HR, 13 RBI

Class AAA

Alex Bregman—Fresno (LSU) 8 G, .389 (14-for-36), 3 doubles, 5 HR, 14 RBI
Reid Brignac—Gwinnett (St. Amant) .268, 10 doubles, 1 triple, 4 HR, 26 RBI, 4 SB
Joey Butler—Columbus (UNO) .244, 12 doubles, 2 triples, 8 HR, 39 RBI, 2 SB
Garin Cecchini—Colorado Springs (Barbe) .273, 11 doubles, 3 triples, 3 HR, 32 RBI, 8 SB
Gavin Cecchini—Las Vegas (Barbe) .323, 16 doubles, 2 triples, 4 HR, 36 RBI, 3 SB
J.T. Chargois—Rochester (Sulphur) 20 G, 2-0, 1.46 ERA, 6 SV, 24.2 INN, 19 H, 33 K’s
Jose De Leon—Oklahoma City (Southern) 7 G, 1-0, 3.03, 29.2 INN, 21 H, 44 K’s
Danny Farquhar—Durham (ULL) 25 G, 3-1, 4.18 ERA, 2 SV, 28 INN, 27 H, 20 K’s
Nick Goody—Yankees (LSU) 9 G, 0-0, 3.18 ERA, 3 SV, 11.1 INN, 8 H, 19 K’s
Brandon Gomes—Iowa (Tulane) 19 G, 1-2, 3.97, 1 SV, 22.2 INN, 14 H, 20 K’s (Released)
Cody Hall—New Orleans (Southern) 4 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3.1 INN, 2 H, 4 K’s (7-day DL)
TJ House—Columbus (Slidell) 19 G, 4-3, 4.45 ERA, 60.2 INN, 42 K’s
James Hoyt—Fresno (Centenary) 38 G, 4-3, 1.87 ERA, 22 SV, 43.1 INN, 23 H, 76 K’s
Jacoby Jones—Toledo (LSU) .213, 7 doubles, 3 triples, 2 HR, 10 RBI, 7 SB
Seth Lugo—Las Vegas (Parkway, Centenary) 19 G, 3-4, 6.55 ERA, 68.2 INN, 55 K’s
Jim Miller—Colorado Springs (ULM) 11 G, 1-0, 7.41 ERA, 17 INN, 19 K’s (Released)
Austin Nola—New Orleans (Catholic, LSU) .241, 12 doubles, 1 triple, 4 HR, 25 RBI
Austin Ross—Colorado Springs (Captain Shreve, LSU) 33 G, 4-2, 4.62 ERA, 48.2 INN, 42 H, 52 K’s
Anthony Ranaudo—Charlotte (LSU) 11 G, 4-3, 3.53 ERA, 6.32 INN, 62 H, 42 K’s
Nick Rumbelow—Scranton/Wilkes-Barre (LSU) 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 1 IP, 2 H (7-day DL)
Rob Segedin—Oklahoma City (Tulane) .302, 17 doubles, 8 triples, 16 HR, 53 RBI
Josh Zeid—Las Vegas (Tulane) 1 G, 0-1, 7.20 ERA, 5 INN, 9 H, 6 K’s

Class AA

Caleb Adams—Arkansas (ULL) .263, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 3 HR, 15 RBI, 5 SB
Jeremy Bleich—Reading (Newman) 29 G, 4-2, 4.14 ERA, 1 SV, 41.1 INN, 23 K’s
Wil Browning—New Hampshire (ULM) 31 G, 2-2, 2.43 ERA, 9 SV, 29.2 INN, 27 H, 30 K’s
Joe Broussard—Tulsa (Holy Cross, LSU) 14 G, 3-0, 3.10 ERA, 20.1 INN, 19 H, 21 K’s
Preston Claiborne—Richmond (LSU) 12 G, 1-0, 4.58 ERA, 17.2 INN, 14 H, 17 K’s
Chris Cotton—Fresno (Byrd, LSU) 10 G, 2-0, 1.42 ERA, 19 INN, 20 H, 12 K’s
James Dykstra—Birmingham (LSU) 17 G, 3-4, 5.14 ERA, 42 INN, 28 K’s
Ryan Eades—Chattanooga (Northshore, LSU) 15 G, 5-5, 4.56 ERA, 77 INN, 75 H, 54 K’s
Brock Hebert—Jackson (South Terrebonne, SLU) .258, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 15 RBI
Chaz Hebert—Trenton (Breaux Bridge) 60-day DL
Tyler Jones—Trenton (LSU) 16 G, 4-2, 4.03 ERA, 4 SV, 22.1 INN, 32 K’s
Mason Katz—Palm Beach (Jesuit, LSU) 13 G, .368 , 2 doubles, 3 HR, 7 RBI (7-day DL)
Leon Landry—Jackson (Baker, LSU) .256, 11 doubles, 4 triples, 4 HR, 39 RBI, 3 SB
Ryan Leonards—Birmingham (Notre Dame, ULL) 4 G, .143 (2-for-14)
Tyler Mapes—Harrisburg (Tulane) 167G, 8-6, 3.43 ERA, 105 INN, 98 H, 55 K’s
Mason Melotakis—Chattanooga (Northwestern State) 25 G, 1-1, 2.2 5ERA, 24 INN, 25 K’s
Jared Mitchell—Trenton (Westgate, LSU) .250, 3 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 7 RBI, 5 SB (Released)
Jared Mortensen—Montgomery (LSU-S) 24 G, 5-7, 5.33 ERA, 50.2 INN, 31 H, 68 K’s
Andrew Stevenson—Harrisburg (St. Thomas More, LSU) 13 G, .183, 2 RBI, 2 SB
Stuart Turner—Chattanooga (Eunice, LSU-E) .234, 12 doubles, 4 HR, 21 RBI, 4 SB
Boone Whiting—Harrisburg (Centenary) 2 G, 0-1, 6.00 ERA, 12 INN, 9 K’s 

Class A

Stephen Alemais—West Virginia (Tulane) 10 G, .289 (11-for-38), 2 doubles, 53 RBI
Adam Atkins—Brooklyn (LA. Tech) 4 G, 0-1, 9.00 ERA, 4 INN, 4 H, 6 K’s
Grant Borne–Hagerstown (Catholic-BR, Nicholls St.) 9 G, 1-0, 2.81 ERA, 3 SV, 25.2 INN, 25 H, 23 K’s
Tyler Bray—Peoria (ULM) 25 G, 2-2, 3.89 ERA, 5 SV, 34.2 INN, 34 K’s
Parker Bugg
—Batavia (LSU) 5 G, 0-0, 6.75 ERA, 1 SV, 8 INN, 6 H, 7 K’s
David Burkhalter—Wisconsin (Ruston) 12 G, 3-4, 3.56 ERA, 1 SV, 55.2 INN, 53 H, 46 K’s (7-day DL)
Eric Carter—State College (ULL) 4 G, 1-0, 1.80 ERA, 2 SV, 5 INN, 4 H, 9 K
Kyle Cedotal—Boise (Denham Springs, SLU) 7 G, 0-0, 6.52 ERA, 9.2 INN, 6 K’s
Chris Chinea—Peoria (LSU) .314, 15 doubles, 3 HR, 34 RBI, 1 SB
Chase Compton—Salem-Keizer (Northshore, ULL) 14 G, .208 (11-for-53), 5 doubles, 12 RBI
Jace Conrad—Charlotte (Lafayette, ULL) .240, 9 doubles, 3 triples, 1 HR, 24 RBI, 15 SB
Andro Cutura—Cedar Rapids (Pearl River, SLU) 6 G, 3-1, 5.14 ERA, 28 INN, 25 H, 28 K’s (7-day DL)
Ryan Deemes—Lancaster (Holy Cross, Nicholls St.) 18 G, 3-1, 5.46 ERA, 4 SV, 28 INN, 27 H, 23 K’s
Arby Fields—Bakersfield (LSU) .227, 5 doubles, 2 triples, 1 HR, 17 RBI, 5 SB (Released)
Kaleb Fontenot—Spokane (Sacred Heart VP, McNeese St.) 6 G, 0-1, 4.30 ERA, 14.2 INN, 12 H, 15 K’s
Jared Foster—Burlington (Barbe, LSU) .270, 20 doubles, 2 triples, 5 HR, 33 RBI, 3 SB
Jake Fraley—Hudson Valley (LSU) 13 G, .150 (6-for-40), 1 double, 2 RBI, 14 SB
Nate Fury—Inland Empire (Rummel, Delgado, LSU) 23 G, 1-2, 2.83 ERA, 35 INN, 28 H, 39 K’s
Ryan Gebhardt—Carolina (Ouachita Parish, LA Tech) .293, 6 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 14 RBI (7-day DL)
Trent Giambrone—Eugene (Grace King) 11 G, .216 (8-for-37), 3 doubles, 1 HR, 4 RBI
Ian Gibaut—Charlotte (Tulane) 16 G, 1-0, 1.84 ERA, 1 SV, 29.1 INN, 29 H, 25 K’s
Taylor Guilbeau—Hagerstown (Zachary) 18 G, 0-1, 5.05 ERA, 1 SV, 51.2 INN, 54 K’s
Andrew Guillotte—Dunedin (Sam Houston, McNeese St.) 9 G, .118, (4-for-34), 2 doubles, 1 RBI
Conner Hale—Clinton (LSU) .285, 11 doubles, 6 HR, 35 RBI, 3 SB
Chandler Hall—Williamsport (LA Tech) 1G, .250 (1-for-4), 2 R
Seth Harrison—Augusta (ULL) .256, 15 doubles, 3 triples, 3 HR, 26 RBI, 9 SB 
Nick Hartman
—Vancouver (LSU-Eunice) 5 G, 0-0, 1.80 ERA, 5 INN, 4 H
Taylor Henry—Brooklyn (Airline, Centenary) 9 G, 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 SV, 12.1 INN, 6 H, 9 K’s
Stuart Holmes—Vancouver (Nicholls State) 7 G, 0-1, 15.88 ERA, 5.2 INN, 2 K’s
Chris Ibarra—Cedar Rapids (LSU) 14 G, .104 (5-for-48), 6 walks (7-day DL)
Jake Johnson—Billings (SLU) 5 G, 0-1, 11.37 ERA, 6.1 INN, 6 K’s 
Lance Jones
—Vancouver (Benton, Bossier CC, Southern) .210, 1 double, 1 triple, 7 RBI, 4 SB
Kyle Keller—Greensboro (Jesuit, SLU) 14 G, 2-0, 2.74 ERA, 1 SV, 23 INN, 18 H, 23 K’s
Breck Kline—Greensboro (Northshore) Voluntary retired list
Randy LeBlanc—Fort Myers (Covington, Tulane) 6 G, 2-3, 3,71 ERA, 34 INN, 34 H, 18 K’s 
Josh Magee
—Tri-City (Franklinton) .191, 1 double, 1 triple, 5 RBI
Phil Maton—Lake Elsinore (Louisiana Tech) 12 G, 1-0, 0.55 ERA, 4 SV, 16.1 INN, 5 H, 19 K’s
Tyler Moore—Columbia (Dunham, LSU) .250, 5 doubles, 1 triple, 1 HR, 13 RBI
Zac Person—Quad Cities (Eunice, LSU-E, LSU) 15 G, 2-1, 2.70 ERA, 26.2 INN, 25 H, 26 K’s
Tanner Rainey—Dayton (St. Paul’s, SLU) 15 G, 2-7, 6.22 ERA, 68 INN, 74 K’s
Austin Robichaux—Burlington (Notre Dame, ULL) 2 G, 0-0, 6.75 ERA, 8 INN, 4 H, 8 K’s
Ty Ross—San Jose (LSU) .222, 11 doubles, 1 HR, 23 RBI
Colin Rodgers—Wilmington (Parkview Baptist) 15 G, 2-6, 5.84 ERA, 57 INN, 38 K’s
Jake Rogers—Tri-City (Tulane) 13 G, .239 (11-for-46), 3 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI
Tate Scioneaux—Bradenton (Riverside, SLU) 17 G, 2-2, 2.72 ERA, 1 SV, 36.1 INN, 26 H, 38 K’s
Kade Scivicque—Lakeland (LSU) .264, 14 doubles, 1 triple, 2 HR, 31 RBI
Trevor Simms—Hillsboro (Tulane) 6 G, 2-1, 4.11 ERA, 15.1 INN, 12 H, 11 K’s
Riley Smith—Hillsboro (LSU) 7 G, 0-0, 1.08 ERA, 8.1 INN, 7 H, 8 K’s
Michael Strentz—Inland Empire (Comeaux, ULL) .230, 8 doubles, 5 triples, 3 HR, 20 RBI (7-day DL)
Nick Thurman—Everett (Belle Chasse, ULL) 12 G, .289 (11-for-38), 4 doubles, 5 RBI
Kodie Tidwell—Fort Wayne (West Ouachita, ULM) .241, 15 doubles, 2 triples, 4 HR, 21 RBI, 6 SB
Blake Trahan—Daytona (Kinder, ULL) .256, 10 doubles, 5 triples, 3 HR, 30 RBI, 13 SB
Stryker Trahan—Visalia (Acadiana) .190, 7 doubles, 2 HR, 15 RBI
Bryton Trepagnier—Carolina (East St. John) 2 G, 0-0, 9.00 ERA, 2 INN, 1 H, 2 K’s (Released)
Jacob Waguespack—Lakewood (Dutchtown) 28 G, 4-1, 4.10 ERA, 4 SV, 48.1 INN, 40 K’s
Justin Williams—Charlotte (Terrebonne) .311, 9 doubles, 4 HR, 28 RBI
Ivan Wilson—Columbia (Ruston) .197, 15 doubles, 6 HR, 22 RBI, 5 SB (Voluntary Retired List)
Jake Winston—Hillsboro (Vidalia) 10 G, 1-0, 2.77 ERA, 13 INN, 10 H, 14 K’s

Rookie League

Luis Anguizola—AZL Padres (Loyola) 5 G, .313 (5-for-16), 2 doubles, 2 RBI
Reagan Bazar—AZL Giants (ULL) 5 G, 0-0, 7.20 ERA, 5 INN, 8 K’s
Brayden Bouchey—GCL Blue Jays (ULM) 4 G, 1-0, 5.40 ERA, 1 SV, 5 INN, 4 H, 6 K’s
Braden Bristo—Pulaski (Ouachita Christian, LA Tech) 4 G, 0-1, 15.75 ERA, 4 INN, 2 K
Ben Braymer—GCL Nationals (Catholic, LSU-E) 4 G, 0-1, 7.00 ERA, 9 INN, 8 H, 9 K’s 
Earl Burl III
—Bluefield (New Orleans) 13 G, .227 (10-for-44), 2 doubles, 1 HR, RBI
Blake Butera—Princeton (Mandeville) 16 G, .291 (16-for-55), 4 doubles, 1 HR, 10 RBI, 3 SB
Ryan Calloway
—GCL Cardinals (UNO) 4 G, .308 (4-for-13), 1 R, 1 SB 
Domenick Carlini
—Elizabethtown (SLU) 3 G, 1-2, 4.50 ERA, 16 INN, 16 H, 6 K’s
Pat Cashman—AZL White Sox (SLU) 2 G, 0-1, 27.00 ERA, 1 INN 
Daniel Cucjen
—Bristol (Evangel) 4 G, .167 (2-for-12), 1 double, 1 R, 1 RBI, 1 SB
Phillip Diehl—Pulaski (LA Tech) 4 G, 1-0, 7.11 ERA, 6.1 INN, 7 K’s
Jameson Fisher—Great Falls (Zachary, SLU) 19 G, .342, 4 doubles, 3 HR, 10 RBI, 8 SB
Nick Flair—Orem (Belle Chasse) 13 G, .289 (13-for-45), 3 doubles, 3 HR, 8 RBI 
Daniel Garner
—GCL Phillies (Northwestern St.) 5 G, .364 (4-for-11), 1 R
Emerson Gibbs—AZL Brewers (Jesuit, Tulane) 4 G, 0-0, 2.70 ERA, 10 INN, 9 H, 8 K’s 
Preston Guillory
—GCL Marlins (Live Oak) 2 G, 0-0, 0.00 ERA, 3 INN, 1 H, 2 K’s
Nick Heath—Idaho (Northwestern St.) .299, 4 doubles, 2 triples, 2 HR, 11 RBI 
Kolton Kendrick
—GCL Twins (Oak Forest) 6 G, .091 (2-for-22), 1 HR, 1 RBI
Daniel Martinez—GCL Twins (Newman, UNO) 4 G, 1-0, 6.75 ERA, 5.1 INN, 7 K’s
Alex Massey—Burlington (Catholic, Tulane) 4 G, 1-1, 2.45 ERA, 7.1 INN, 5 H, 9 K’s 
Adam Oller
—Bristol (Northwestern St.) 3 G, 0-0, 9.82 ERA, 7.1 INN, 7 K’s 
Santos Saldivar
—Helena (Southern) 6 G, 0-0, 7.11 ERA, 6.1 INN, 6 K’s
Jesse Stallings—Billings (Grant, LSU) 4 G, 1-0, 0.00 ERA, 5.1 INN, 4 H, 5 K’s 
Christian Trent
—Helena (St. Paul’s) Has not pitched yet
Stefan Trosclair—GCL Cardinals (Sulphur, LSU-E, ULL) 11 G, .243 (9-for-37), 3 doubles, 1 HR, 7 RBI
John Valek—Grand Junction (LSU) 2 G, 0-0, 6.23 ERA, 4.1 INN, 2 K’s
Chase Vallot—AZL Royals (St. Thomas More) 5 G, .077 (1-for-13), 1 double
Kevin Williams—GCL Rays (LSU-Shreveport) 4 G, 0-0, 2.57 ERA, 7 INN, 4 K’s

Japan

Brian Bogusevic—Orix Buffaloes (Tulane) .210, 9 doubles, 1 HR, 14 RBI, 2 SB

Mexico
Matt Clark—Orix Buffaloes (LSU) .172, 1 double, 2 HR, 4 RBI

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