Jul 14, 2015 | Dan Thompson | 313 views
Tevlin Named To Nycbl All Star Game
Ontario Terriers grad Luke Tevlin has been selected to the New York Collegiate Baseball League All Star game, to be played at Damaschke Field in Oneonta, NY on Thursday July 16. Tevlin, who just finished his freshman year at Binghamton University (NCAA D1) is playing his first summer in the NYCBL for the Syracuse Salt Cats.
Through the first 36 games of the season, the infielder sports a slash line of .330/.358/.403.
His .330 average is fourth best in the league and leads all Salt Cats hitters. Tevlin leads Syracuse in hits (35), stolen baeses (17) and fewest walks (5).
The Salt Cats currently sit atop the Eastern Division, holding a two game lead over the Cortland Crush.
About the NYCBL
The New York Collegiate Baseball League, founded in 1978, is a summer wood bat development league for professional baseball. Major League Baseball funds a small portion of the leagues annual budget. The league gives college players who have not yet signed a professional contract the opportunity to develop their skills at a higher level of play, gain experience with wood bats, and be evaluated by scouts. The NYCBL is located in scenic Upstate New York.
Teams play a 46 game regular season schedule with games beginning on May 30th and ending in late July. All games are 9 innings, with most doubleheaders scheduled as a 9 inning game followed by a 7 inning game. The All-Star game is played in mid July, and the League Championship Series concludes in early August.