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Hamptons Collegiate Baseball

The Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League (HCBL) is a summer baseball organization located in The Hamptons in the U.S. state of New York. It is a seven-team league consisting of the Sag Harbor Whalers, Southampton Breakers, Westhampton Aviators, North Fork Ospreys, Riverhead Tomcats, Shelter Island Bucks and most recently, the Long Island Road Warriors. The HCBL is a member of the National Alliance of College Summer Baseball and is sanctioned by Major League Baseball.

Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League
Hamptons Collegiate Baseball.jpg
Sport Baseball
Founded 2007
No. of teams 7
Country  United States
Official website hamptonsbaseball.org

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TeamsEdit

Hamptons Collegiate Baseball's regular season begins in early June and concludes with the HCBL playoffs in early August. For the playoffs between 2008-2012 during the HCBL's affiliation with the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League, the winner of the HCBL played the Kaiser and/or Wolff Division winner for the ACBL championship.

League Team Town Home Field
HCBL Sag Harbor Whalers Sag Harbor Mashashimuet Park, Sag Harbor
Southampton Breakers Southampton Stony Brook Southampton
Riverhead Tomcats Riverhead Sgt. Jonathan Keller Field at Veterans Memorial Park, Calverton
North Fork Ospreys Southold Cochran Park, Peconic
Westhampton Aviators Westhampton Beach Hite Field, Westhampton Beach
Long Island Road Warriors Long Island Various Home Fields, Long Island
Shelter Island Bucks Shelter Island Fiske Field, Shelter Island

Former Teams

Center Moriches Battlecats: 2012-2013

Montauk Mustangs: 2014-2016

HistoryEdit

Modeling itself after the Cape Cod Baseball League, Hamptons Collegiate Baseball was founded in 2007 by longtime Montauk resident Rusty Leaver, former owner and operator of Deep Hollow Ranch in Montauk, New York.

2008 - Initially, the organization had one franchise—the Hampton Whalers—who in their first season of play won the Kaiser Division title before falling to the Kutztown Rockies, 8-2, in the ACBL championship game on August 9. This came after the Whalers started their season with an 0-6 record only to win eight of their last nine and finish 19-21. That left them in a tie with the Peekskill Robins, against which Hampton owned the tiebreaker, thus setting up the division championship against the Metro New York Cadets. With the winner going on to the title game, the Whalers plated two runs in the bottom of the ninth inning to win 2-1.

The individual accolades were in great number. Phil Klein, a sophomore at Youngstown State University, not only lead the ACBL in earned run average by posting a 1.02 ERA but also threw the first perfect game in league history, setting down all 21 hitters in a 7-0 victory over Metro N.Y. on July 13, 2008. Additionally, left-hander Andrew Guarrasi of New York Tech finished fourth in ERA (1.70) and second in strikeouts (57). At the plate, Alan Parks of UNC-Charlotte stole 22 bags to rank third in the league; more impressively, he did so in 22 attempts.

2009 - In 2009, Hamptons Collegiate Baseball welcomed four new franchises to compete in the Kaiser Division. Led by head coach Shawn Epidendio of Santa Clara University, the North Fork Ospreys won the regular season title with a mark of 25-15, a game ahead of second-place Southampton, which was coached by Andrew Lorraine. North Fork prevailed over Riverhead in one semifinal, and Westhampton blanked Southampton in the other to set up the best-of-three division championship series. The Ospreys took game one on an eighth-inning go-ahead home run by Adam Clear (University of San Francisco), but Westhampton forced a decisive third game by routing host North Fork in game two behind ace Alex Pracher (Stanford University). In the third game, Westhampton broke open a tight game late to reel in the division title. Mike Mandarino (Camden County College) struck out nine to earn the victory.

Westhampton went on to play the Jersey Pilots, who won the Wolff Division championship. After the Pilots socked back-to-back-to-back homers in the first inning, the Aviators crawled back into the game and earned a 7-5 victory. Alex Aycoth (Campbell University) went 3 for 3 in the title game and batted .556 in five postseason games (10 for 18). Ray Courtney (Fairleigh Dickinson) picked up the win with 313 innings of scoreless relief and Pracher struck out the side in the ninth to clinch the championship.

Postseason awards were given out en masse to Riverhead RHP Nick Tropeano (Stony Brook University) and 1B Peter Greskoff (Brown University). Tropeano won the pitching triple crown by leading the league in wins (7), strikeouts (77) and earned run average (1.61) and thus was named the ACBL Pitcher of the Year. Greskoff hit .397 with 10 homers and 37 RBI to be named Co-Player of the Year along with the Pilots' Ken Gregory (Kean University). Greskoff was also selected as a Co-National Player of the Year by SummerCollegeLeagues.com, sharing the honor with Drew Heid of Gonzaga University.

2010 - Four new managers took over, with Epidendio the remaining carryover from the 2009 season. Rob Cafiero, a standout at Villanova University and former Philadelphia Phillies farmhand, took the reins in Southampton, while Jim Buckley, who played for Siena College and in the Boston Red Sox farm system, managed the Sag Harbor squad. Elsewhere, St. John's University assistant Jeff Quiros was appointed the Westhampton post, and Saint Joseph's College (New York) head coach Randy Caden was named the Riverhead manager.

Under Epidendio, North Fork ran away with the 2010 regular season title, posting an HCB record 27 wins to win the division by five games. Billy Ferriter University of Connecticut led all Hamptons hitters with a .373 average, and the middle-of-the-order production came from Sebastian Grazziani New York Institute of Technology, who belted five homers and drove in 31.

In the first round of the playoffs, third-seeded Riverhead went on the road and beat No. 2 Westhampton, while North Fork held off No. 4 Southampton. The Ospreys and Tomcats met in a best-of-three championship series, and after North Fork won game one, 10-3, Riverhead forced a decisive third game on a walk-off homer by Matt Fleishman (Villanova University) in the 10th inning of game two. The Ospreys proved to be too tough in the rubber match, riding 623 outstanding innings by starter Robert Kelly (Saint Anselm College).

North Fork met the Quakertown Blazers in the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League championship game. Back-to-back homers by Rocco Gondek (Sacred Heart University) and David Jacob (Monmouth University) were part of a four-run third inning that erased a 1-0 deficit. Aaron Snyder (Southern Illinois University) and two other pitchers staked closer Lee Weld (Southern Illinois University) to a 5-2 advantage in the ninth. The Blazers crossed two in the inning, but a groundout to Grazziani gave the Ospreys their first ACBL title and HCB's second league championship in as many years.

Southampton's Mike Mandarino (Broward College) was named the Darrin Winston Most Valuable Pitcher Award, going 4-3 with an 0.83 ERA. He also led the Breakers in batting average (.303), home runs (7) and RBI (16). Westhampton closer D.J. Voisine (University of Maine) shared the Outstanding Relief Pitcher of the Year award, setting an HCB record with seven saves.

Early in the season, the organization had its first alum taken in the Major League Baseball Draft. Steve McQuail ((Canisius College)), one of the original Hampton Whalers, was selected by the Toronto Blue Jays in the 30th round. Ten rounds later, Justin Echevarria (Stony Brook University) was picked by the San Diego Padres. Shortly after the draft concluded, Peter Budkevics of C. W. Post signed a free agent deal with the Los Angeles Dodgers.

2012 - The Hampton Division took another gigantic step during the offseason, welcoming the Center Moriches Battlecats and Shelter Island Bucks to the fold, becoming a seven-team division. The Battlecats, led by president Anthony Eaderesto, general manager Ed Morris and manager Bill Batewell, began play at Paul Gibson Field, while the Bucks, headed by general manager Cori Cass and manager Joe Burke played to outstanding crowds at the high school.

Like in 2011, parity reigned, with the top five teams being separated by three games. It wasn't until the final day of the regular that the four-team playoff field was set. Shelter Island took home its first regular-season crown, and they were followed by North Fork, Southampton and Riverhead. Center Moriches dropped its final game against Westhampton to come up one game short.

Riverhead upset top-seeded Shelter Island by sweeping a doubleheader on the road, while Southampton was able to outlast North Fork in the other semifinal, winning a decisive game three behind starter Patrick Peterson (Temple). In the finals, Southampton took the series 2-0 behind its potent offense. Robb Scott (Bucknell) drove in five of the team's runs in its 6-2 victory in game one. Back in Riverhead for game two, the Breakers banged out 16 hits, including three homers, to roll to a 12-4 victory. The division title was Southampton's first in four seasons; the prior three, they'd lost in the semifinal round, twice to the eventual ACBL champion.

The Breakers threw their ace, Paul Paez (Rio Hondo JC), in the league semifinal against North Jersey, but the Eagles chipped away against Southampton, winning 4-3 at SBU Southampton. North Jersey went on to win its first-ever ACBL championship the next day against the New York Atlantics.

It was a record-setting season at the plate as four teams surpassed the 2009 Westhampton squad's mark for runs in a season. Shelter Island led the way with 270, riding its catalyst, Thomas Roulis (Dartmouth), who set the single-season record for runs scored with 41. Individually, the story was Center Moriches catcher Joe Solomeno, who rose to the top of the charts in single-season batting average (.421), hits (61) and RBI (53). Scott, meanwhile, climbed to the No. 1 spot in six all-time offensive categories, including runs (61), hits (109), doubles (26) and walks (40).

On the mound, Paez more or less mirrored the efforts of 2009 Tomcat Nick Tropeano, surpassing him in strikeouts (82) while matching him single-season victories (7). The Center Moriches trio of Brendan Butler (Fairleigh Dickinson), Anthony Gatto (UMBC) and John Maloney (High Point) also threw the fourth no-hitter in HCB history, holding Shelter Island hitless on June 5.

2013 - The 2013 season saw a new beginning for Hamptons Collegiate Baseball as it began its first season as an independent operation. The seven existing HCB teams broke away from the ACBL to start the Hamptons Collegiate Baseball League. The brand new league didn't change any of the fun and excitement that people in the Hamptons have expected over the last several years.

The Sag Harbor Whalers and Westhampton Aviators were engaged in a tight battle for the No. 1 seed. Sag Harbor clinched home-field advantage in the playoffs defeating Westhampton at Aviator Field on the regular season's final day. The North Fork Ospreys got the No. 3 seed, the Ospreys who were 10-16 on July 7 won 12 of their final 14 games down the stretch to finish at 22-18. Center Moriches took the No. 4 seed fending off Riverhead and Shelter Island for the last playoff spot at 21-19.

Both semifinal playoff rounds provided some great moments. Sag Harbor and Center Moriches were engaged in two tightly contested extra inning contests. Game 1 was scoreless for 12 innings, until the Battlecats scored three runs off Sag Harbor closer Jacob Bodner (Xavier) for a 3-0 win the 13th inning. Game 2 was tied at 2-2 in the bottom of the 10th when Zach Persky (Rollins) drove home the winning run for the Battlecats to upset the Whalers and advance Center Moriches to the HCBL Championship.

In the other semifinal, Westhampton and North Fork went the maximum three games. Game 1 saw a classic pitcher's duel between North Fork's David Jesch (Hofstra) and Westhampton's Preston Brown (Mississippi State). Game 1 in the series was decided early by an unearned run in favor of the Ospreys in the 1st who took a 1-0 victory. Westhampton evened the series at 1-1 on the strength of three hits and four RBI from the bat of Cole Miller (Georgia Tech) in a 4-2 Aviators victory. The third and deciding game saw both teams deadlocked at 2-2 through 11 innings. In the 12th inning, Ryan Solberg (Wisconsin-Milwaukee) drove home the deciding run for the Ospreys as North Fork advanced to its fourth HCBL Championship Series in five years.

In the Championship Series between North Fork and Center Moriches, the Ospreys struck the first blow. Led by a six-RBI performance from Mike Hayden (Saint Anselm), North Fork would take Game 1 by a final score of 12-5. In Game 2, Center Moriches took control scoring five runs in the 5th inning. The highlight of the Battlecats' big inning came from a three-run home run off the bat of Paschal Petrongolo (Jacksonville State).

In the final game of the series North Fork got the first run early on an error that scored Nick Heath (Northwestern State). The score stood at 1-0 until the 8th when the Battlecats tied the score, Center Moriches had the bases loaded but a double play got the Ospreys out of a jam to keep the game tied at 1-1. In the Bottom of the 8th, Nick Heath (Northwestern State) delivered a two-out single. After stealing second, Heath later scored on a double from Austin Miller (Butler) to give the Ospreys a 2-1 lead. Center Moriches would put the tying run at third in the ninth, but North Fork would hold on to take their second HCBL Championship in four seasons. Appropriately it was the Championship Series MVP, Heath, who caught the last out. Heath earned MVP honors by going 5 for 11 with five runs scored, three stolen bases and two RBI.

The first-ever HCBL MVP award went to Westhampton's JC Brandmaier (Dowling). Brandmaier was the standout player in the HCBL leading the league in batting average (.375) with 54 hits along with six home runs and 29 RBI.

HCBL fans also witnessed outstanding speed on the basepaths from two talented players – Heath and Riverhead's Jack Sundberg (Connecticut) who each stole 35 bases in the 2013 season. Sundberg had 35 steals in 42 attempts for the Tomcats while batting .318 and was sixth in the league in hits with 42. Heath, the number one prospect in the HCBL according to Baseball America and Perfect Game USA, had 34 SB's in 39 attempts, batting .326 with a pair of homers and 17 RBI.

In Sag Harbor, a pair of talented pitchers were key to the Whalers finishing in first place during the regular season. Jonathon Mulford (Adelphi) went a perfect 6-0 in nine appearances for the Whalers with a 1.53 ERA in 53.1 innings pitched. Mulford struck out 26 batters while walking only six. Mulford would take home the HCBL pitcher of the year award at season's end for his mastery on the mound. Meanwhile, Bodner provided frustration for many HCBL batters. In 18 appearances, he broke the HCBL single-season saves record with 14. Bodner's 2013 season was made more impressive by virtue of not allowing a single earned run during the regular season.

It was a successful year for HCBL alumni as 20 past HCBL players were selected in the 2013 MLB Draft. Among some of the notables taken in the early rounds were Stuart Turner (3rd Round/Southampton '11), Jordan Patterson (4th Round/Westhampton '11), Aaron Slegers (5th Round/Riverhead '11) and Kyle McGowin (5th Round/Sag Harbor ’11, ’12).

Mid-season, a massive crowd turned out to North Fork's Cochran Park in Mid-July for the Inaugural HCBL All-Star Game. The North HCBL All-Stars picked up a 4-1 win over the South as Joe Burns (St. John's) of Shelter Island took home MVP accolades.

HCBL ChampionsEdit

Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League Champions (2008-2012)Edit

MLB Draft HistoryEdit

Draft Year Player Summer Team College MLB Team Draft Round
2009 Barry Butera Sag Harbor '08 Boston College Houston Astros 21st
2010 Steve McQuail Sag Harbor '08 Canisius Toronto Blue Jays 30th
2010 Justin Echevarria Riverhead '09 Stony Brook San Diego Padres 40th
2011 Nick Ahmed Westhampton '09 UConn Atlanta Braves 2nd
2011 Kyle Kubitza Southampton '09 Texas State Atlanta Braves 3rd
2011 Nick Tropeano Riverhead '09 Stony Brook Houston Astros 5th
2011 Andrew Cain North Fork '09 UNC-Wilmington Milwaukee Brewers 12th
2011 Phil Klein Sag Harbor '08 Youngstown State Texas Rangers 30th
2011 Joel Thys Sag Harbor '10 Ohlone Florida Marlins 47th
2012 Paul Paez Southampton '12 Rio Hondo New York Mets 18th
2012 Alex Williams Westhampton '10 Louisiana Tech Chicago White Sox 19th
2012 Andrew Cain North Fork '09 UNC Wilmington San Francisco Giants 24th
2012 Brandon Kuter Westhampton '10, '11 George Mason Texas Rangers 29th
2012 Andrew Ferreira Southampton '10 Harvard Minnesota Twins 32nd
2012 Justin Topa Southampton '10 Long Island Cincinnati Reds 33rd
2012 Blake Amaral Southampton '10 Hawaii Pacific Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 40th
2012 Kevin Heller Westhampton '10, '11 Amherst Boston Red Sox 40th
2013 Stuart Turner Southampton '11 Ole Miss Minnesota Twins 3rd
2013 Jordan Patterson Westhampton '11 South Alabama Colorado Rockies 4th
2013 Aaron Slegers Riverhead '11 Indiana Minnesota Twins 5th
2013 Kyle McGowin Sag Harbor '11, '12 Savannah State Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 5th
2013 Zack Godley Southampton '10 Tennessee Chicago Cubs 10th
2013 James Lomangino Westhampton '10 St. John's Oakland Athletics 14th
2013 Kevin McCarthy Sag Harbor '11 Marist Kansas City Royals 16th
2013 Zach Mathieu Riverhead '11 Franklin Pierce New York Mets 16th
2013 Justin Topa Southampton '10 Long Island Pittsburgh Pirates 17th
2013 Frank Schwindel Riverhead '11 St. John's Kansas City Royals 18th
2013 Garrett Hughes Southampton '10 Stanford San Francisco Giants 19th
2013 Mike Ahmed Westhampton '11 Holy Cross Los Angeles Dodgers 20th
2013 Brenton Allen Southampton '12 UCLA Washington Nationals 20th
2013 Antonio Alvarez Southampton '11 Elon Arizona Diamondbacks 22nd
2013 Donnie Hart Westhampton '10 Texas State Baltimore Orioles 27th
2013 Kyle Lloyd Westhampton '10 Evansville San Diego Padres 29th
2013 Joel Thys Sag Harbor '11 Arizona Christian Arizona Diamondbacks 31st
2013 Max Watt Center Moriches '13 Hillsborough CC Boston Red Sox 37th
2013 Paul Paez Southampton '12 Rio Hondo New York Mets 38th
2013 Jack Cleary Southampton '10 Maryland Milwaukee Brewers 39th
2014 Mac James Shelter Island '13 Oklahoma Tampa Bay Rays 6th
2014 Kody Kerski North Fork '11 Sacred Heart Seattle Mariners 8th
2014 JB Kole Southampton '12 Villanova Milwaukee Brewers 8th
2014 Chris Pike Southampton '11 Oklahoma City Tampa Bay Rays 9th
2014 Ben Brewster Sag Harbor '11 Maryland Chicago White Sox 17th
2014 Steve Ascher North Fork '12 SUNY Oneonta Tampa Bay Rays 17th
2014 James Lomangino Westhampton '10 St. John's Colorado Rockies 18th
2014 Alec Sole Riverhead '12 Saint Louis Tampa Bay Rays 18th
2014 Jordan Parris Riverhead '12 Tennessee Tech Colorado Rockies 20th
2014 Jim Duff Sag Harbor '12 Stonehill New York Mets 20th
2014 Patrick Peterson Southampton '12 NC State Seattle Mariners 23rd
2014 Tyler Badamo Center Moriches '12 Dowling New York Mets 24th
2014 Brandon Thomas Center Moriches '13 San Diego State Kansas City Royals 24th
2014 Taylor Black Westhampton '11 Texas State Colorado Rockies 26th
2014 David Speer Southampton '11 Columbia Cleveland Indians 27th
2014 Brant Whiting Southampton '11, '12 Stanford Los Angeles Dodgers 30th
2014 Justin Hepner North Fork '12 San Diego State Miami Marlins 36th
2014 Eric Peterson Southampton '12 NC State Houston Astros 37th
2014 JJ Franco Sag Harbor '11, '12, '13 Brown Atlanta Braves 38th
2015 Seby Zavala Riverhead '12 San Diego State Chicago White Sox 12th
2015 Cody Stashak Westhampton '14 St. John's Minnesota Twins 13th
2015 Nick Dini Center Moriches '12 Wagner Kansas City Royals 14th
2015 Jerry Downs Riverhead '13 St. Thomas Boston Red Sox 15th
2015 Thomas Hackimer North Fork '13 St. John's New York Mets 15th
2015 Ryan McCormick Southampton '13 St. John's Colorado Rockies 16th
2015 Max Almonte Southampton '12, '13 Villanova St. Louis Cardinals 16th
2015 Joey Havrilak Westhampton '13 Akron Detroit Tigers 18th
2015 Kyle Miller Montauk '14 Florida Atlantic Chicago Cubs 19th
2015 Rob Fonseca Southampton '12 Northeastern Seattle Mariners 21st
2015 Max Watt Center Moriches '13, Shelter Island '14 Lynn Boston Red Sox 22nd
2015 Danny Mendick Riverhead '14 UMass Lowell Chicago White Sox 22nd
2015 Cody Carroll Center Moriches '12 Southern Miss New York Yankees 22nd
2015 Alex Perez North Fork '12 Virginia Tech Minnesota Twins 23rd
2015 Jacob Bodner Sag Harbor '12, '13 Xavier Kansas City Royals 27th
2015 Stuart Levy Sag Harbor '12 Arkansas State Baltimore Orioles 27th
2015 Alex Katz Shelter Island '13 St. John's Chicago White Sox 27th
2015 Mike Wallace Shelter Island '13 Fairfield Pittsburgh Pirates 30th
2015 Brendan Butler Center Moriches '13 Dowling Oakland Athletics 30th
2015 Tim Ingram Southampton '14 SUNY Old Westbury Tampa Bay Rays 30th
2015 Dillon Persinger Riverhead '15 Golden West Cleveland Indians 31st
2015 Charles Galiano Center Moriches '13 Fordham Milwaukee Brewers 40th
2016 Corbin Burnes Riverhead '14 St. Mary's Milwaukee Brewers 4th
2016 Thomas Hackimer North Fork '13 St. John's Minnesota Twins 4th
2016 Stephen Woods North Fork '14 Albany San Francisco Giants 8th
2016 Stephen Ridings Shelter Island '15 Haverford Chicago Cubs 8th
2016 Sam Machonis Shelter Island '13 Florida Southern Detroit Tigers 10th
2016 Dan Rizzie Sag Harbor '13, '14 Xavier New York Mets 13th
2016 Chris Hall Sag Harbor '13 Elon Toronto Blue Jays 14th
2016 Andre Jernigan Riverhead '13 Xavier Minnesota Twins 14th
2016 Nick Heath North Fork '13, '15 Northwestern State Kansas City Royals 16th
2016 Will Savage Shelter Island '14 Columbia Detroit Tigers 16th
2016 Dillon Persinger Riverhead '15 Golden West Los Angeles Dodgers 17th
2016 Greg Weissert Westhampton '14 Fordham New York Yankees 18th
2016 Stefan Trosclair Center Moriches '13 Louisiana Lafayette St. Louis Cardinals 20th
2016 Brennan Morgan Westhampton '13 Kennesaw State Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 24th
2016 Charley Gould Riverhead '13 William & Mary Oakland Athletics 26th
2016 Jack Sundberg Riverhead '13 Connecticut Washington Nationals 26th
2016 Mike O'Reilly Center Moriches '13 Flagler St. Louis Cardinals 27th
2016 Ben Ruta Southampton '13 Wagner New York Yankees 30th
2016 Trevor Simms Shelter Island '12, '13 Tulane Arizona Diamondbacks 32nd
2016 Jonathon Mulford Sag Harbor '13 Adelphi Milwaukee Brewers 34th
2016 Ty Blankmeyer Shelter Island '13 St. John's Cincinnati Reds 36th
2016 Robert Galligan North Fork '12 Maryland Arizona Diamondbacks 36th
2016 Welby Malczewski Westhampton '14 Heartland CC Arizona Diamondbacks 37th
2016 Colin Brockhouse Westhampton '15 Ball State Pittsburgh Pirates 37th
2017 Collin Snider Shelter Island '15 Vanderbilt Kansas City Royals 12th
2017 Ricky Surum Southampton '14 Mount Olive New York Yankees 16th
2017 Chris Hess Shelter Island '15 Rhode Island New York Yankees 17th
2017 Dillon Persinger Riverhead '15 Cal State Fullerton Cleveland Indians 18th
2017 Joey Bartosic Montauk '14 George Washington Colorado Rockies 19th
2017 Jake Cousins North Fork '14 Penn Washington Nationals 20th
2017 Jared Finkel Southampton '16 Iona Minnesota Twins 23rd
2017 Matt Peacock North Fork '13 South Alabama Arizona Diamondbacks 23rd
2017 Colin Brockhouse Westhampton '15 Ball State Toronto Blue Jays 24th
2017 Matt McCann Sag Harbor '15 Fairleigh Dickinson Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim 25th
2017 Dylan Stock Sag Harbor '15 Binghamton Detroit Tigers 25th
2017 Gavin Garay Riverhead '16 St. Petersburg New York Mets 26th
2017 Matt Seelinger Montauk '16 Farmingdale State Pittsburgh Pirates 28th
2017 Matt Hammonds Southampton '14 Sonoma State Baltimore Orioles 29th
2017 Mike Donadio Riverhead '14 St. John's Miami Marlins 30th
2017 Justin Jones Shelter Island '14 UNLV Oakland Athletics 34th
2017 Dan Jagiello Riverhead '15 LIU Post Los Angeles Dodgers 34th
2017 Josh Walker Montauk '15 New Haven New York Mets 37th
2017 Tyler Osik Riverhead '15, Westhampton '17 Chipola Pittsburgh Pirates 40th

Bold = reached major leagues

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