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Our Talent

Joe Suozzi

New York Mets

As Boston College’s co-captain, Suozzi was ranked the No. 65 college outfielder in this year’s MLB Draft by D1Baseball.com after starting all 15 games in a pandemic-shortened season for the Eagles. He slashed .414/.471/.638 while leading the team with 16 RBI’s and scored 14 runs. His 14-game hitting streak this season is tied for sixth-longest in program history. This season’s success followed up a 2019 campaign, his first as a regular starter in the Eagles’ lineup, that earned him an ACC All-Tournament Team selection. Joe has signed as a free agent with his hometown team, the New York Mets. 

Andrew Blake

Los Angeles Angels

In his first short season of professional ball, Andrew recorded 32 K’s in 21.2 IP making for a K/9 of 13.3 (top 15 in the Pioneer League).

Robbie Thorburn

Free Agent

In 2019, Robbie split time between the South Atlantic League and the Carolina League, accumulating 6 home runs, 17 doubles, and flaunts a career .988 FLD%. 

Scott McKeon

Chicago Cubs

In his shortened senior season at Coastal Carolina, Scott was one of the most consistent producers in the Sun Belt while slashing .359/.440/.563 over 64 at bats with 4 home runs. 

Tanner Duncan

Free Agent

One of the fastest movers through Houston’s system in the past three seasons, Tanner began rookie ball in 2017, and charged up through the system to spend the 2019 season between AA and AAA. While in Round Rock (AAA), Tanner was 3-0 with 15 K’s in 18 IP. He sports a career 3.33 ERA, 1.207 WHIP, with a 9.3 K/9.

Tyler driver

SEATTLE MARINERS

As an 18th round pick out of high school in the 2019 draft, Driver made 10 starts in the Arizona League to the tune of a 5.33 ERA, with a 1.204 WHIP, and a 23.4% K rate, along with only 14 BB’s in 49 innings pitched.

BRETT WISELY

TAMPA BAY RAYS

Drafted by the Tampa Bay Rays in the 15th round of the 2019 MLB Draft, Brett played in 47 games during the 2019 MiLB season at both second and third base. After his first season with the Princeton Rays, he boasts a line of .274/.335/.441 over 179 at bats.