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San Diego League All Team Honorees

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First-team and second team all San Diego League Honorees For 2020 season.

SAN DIEGO – The San Diego League today named its First-Team and Second-Team All-San Diego League players for the 2020 summer season. Chief Operating Officer Connor Little made the announcement. 

The 2020 season concluded on August 5 after an 89-game schedule, including the Second-Annual All-Star Game and five post-season contests. Player of the Year and Pitcher of the Year will be announced on Friday to conclude awards week.

First-Team All-San Diego League: 

  • Caleb Ricketts   University of San Diego 
  • 1B Davis Heller University of Alabama 
  • 2B Fisher Pyatt San Diego State University 
  • SS Brian McClellin  Cal – Berkeley 
  • 3B Mikey Perez  UCLA 
  • OF Ruben Fontes  Davidson College 
  • OF Mike Jarvis San Diego State University 
  • OF Matt Rudick San Diego State University 
  • DH Gaige Howard University of New Orleans 
  • 2-Way  Kyle Carr  University of San Diego 
  • SP  Jack Hyde University of San Diego 
  • SP Joey Magrisi  Palomar College 
  • SP   Dylan Pottgieser University of the Pacific 
  • SP Carson Rudd  Stanford University 
  • SP JJ Rytz   UC Colorado Springs 
  • RP Grant Holman  Cal – Berkeley 
  • RP Conner Thurman University of San Diego 

Second-Team All-San Diego League: 

  • C   Wyatt Hendrie  San Diego State University 
  • 1B  Connor O’Brien  Bradley University 
  • 2B  Cole Roberts Loyola Marymount 
  • SS   Hance Smith  Cal – Berkeley 
  • 3B  Tate Samuelson  Cal Poly – SLO 
  • OF Sam Dinerman  Hope International 
  • OF   Michael O’Hara  Santa Clara University 
  • OF Tora Otsuka University of San Diego 
  • DH  Dayton Dooney  Central Arizona 
  • 2-Way Paul Pasqualotto  Cal – Berkeley  
  • SP Jake Miller  University of San Diego
  • SP Andrew Mosiello University of Oregon 
  •   SP Eddy Pelc University of San Diego 
  •  SP Cole Percival  UC Riverside 
  •  SP Nick Sando  Santa Clara University
  • RP  Jack O’Brien  Palomar College 
  •  RP Noah Owen  UC Santa Barbara 

First-Team player summaries: 

C Caleb Ricketts – Ricketts, a rising junior at the University of San Diego, batted .333 (20-for-60) with three home runs and 20 RBI in 17 games with the Jets. He ranked second in the league in RBI and tied for third in home runs. The left-handed hitter was a mid-season All-Star, and he posted a .423 OBP and .533 SLG. 

1B Davis Heller – Heller, who committed to the University of Alabama out of South Mountain Community College during the summer, was also named JUCO Player of the Year. He batted .404 (21-for-52) with four doubles, one triple, three home runs, a league-leading 21 RBI, and 12 runs scored in 15 games with the Wild. The Gilbert, Arizona native ranked second in the league with a 1.200 OPS and third in hitting. He was a mid-season All-Star, going 2-for-2 with an RBI double for Team Land against Team Sea. 

2B Fisher Pyatt – Pyatt, an incoming freshman at San Diego State University, hit .339 (21-for-62) with four doubles, a triple, two home runs, 14 RBI, and 14 runs in 19 games for the Wild. The switch-hitter ranked fifth in the league with a .980 OPS and he had more walks (12) than strikeouts (10). 

SS Brian McClellin – McClellin, an incoming freshman at Cal – Berkeley, batted .346 (27-for-78) with four doubles, a home run, 16 RBI, and 16 runs scored in 20 games with the Warriors. He ranked fifth in the league in RBI and had two different seven-game hitting streaks. McClellin was an All-Star for Team Land. 

3B Mikey Perez – Perez, a rising junior at UCLA, hit .326 (14-for-43) with two doubles, two home runs, and six RBI in 11 games with the Long Boarders. He also hit the only home run in the All-Star Game, a two-run shot off Cal State – Fullerton’s Michael Knorr. Perez hit safely in each of his 11 games this summer, 12 including the All-Star Game. 

OF Ruben Fontes – Fontes, a rising senior at Davidson College, hit .444 (20-for-45) with four doubles, a triple, three home runs, and 12 RBI in 13 games with the Wild before a foot injury ended his summer. He did not qualify for league leaders, but his 1.287 OPS and .444 average would have both led the circuit. 

OF Mike Jarvis – Jarvis, who is returning to San Diego State as a red-shirt senior, batted .366 (26-for-71) with three doubles, a triple, a homer, eight RBI, 19 steals, and 21 runs in 20 games with the league-champion Hooks. Jarvis was named the All-Star Game Most Valuable Player after going 2-for-2 with a two-run single, stolen base, and two runs scored for Team Sea. He led the league in steals, while ranking fourth in hitting. 

OF Matt Rudick – Rudick, a rising senior at San Diego State, won the San Diego League batting title with a .419 average (26-for-62). He collected four doubles, three triples, three home runs, 18 RBI, and 22 runs scored in 16 games with the Warriors. He ranked third in the league with a 1.197 OPS and struck out only three times in 70 regular-season plate appearances. The left-handed hitter went 5-for-10 with a home run in two post-season games and hit safely in all 18 games he played this summer. 

DH Gaige Howard – Howard hit .385 (15-for-39) with three doubles, three home runs, 12 RBI, and 11 runs scored in 13 games with the Waveriders. He walked more times (10) than he struck out (seven). His 1.231 OPS would have ranked second in the league if he had enough plate appearances to qualify, while his .385 batting average would have ranked fourth. Howard went 2-for-5 with a homer, four RBI, and two walks in two post-season contests. 

2-Way Kyle Carr – Carr, an incoming freshman at University of San Diego, batted .415 (22-for-53) with six doubles, one triple, three home runs, 10 RBI, and 16 runs scored in 13 games with the Brewers. The left-handed hitter led the league with a 1.219 OPS and ranked second in batting. Carr hit safely in 12 of his 13 regular-season games, including 10 straight to start the season. He went 4-for-5 with a double and an RBI in the championship game against the Hooks. Carr pitched in six games, and he did not hit in those contests. The lefthander posted a 1.53 ERA and 26 strikeouts in 17.2 innings. 

SP Jack Hyde – Hyde, a rising sophomore at University of San Diego, registered a 0.54 ERA (1 ER/16.2 IP) in six starts with the Sharks. He struck out 27 (tied for fourth in league) and walked only two, logging 14.6 strikeouts per nine innings (sixth in the league) and a 13.5-to-1 K-to-BB ratio. The righthander gave up only 11 hits with opponents batting just .183 against him. 

SP Joey Magrisi – Magrisi posted a 1.06 ERA (2 ER/17.0 IP) in five starts with the Waveriders. He logged 29 strikeouts, an average of 15.4 punchouts per nine innings, to rank second in the league. The righthander allowed only seven hits with the opposition hitting .119 against him. Magrisi also had one post-season start in the quarterfinals against the Long Boarders, working seven innings of one-run ball with 11 strikeouts. 

SP Dylan Pottgieser – Pottgieser allowed only one unearned run and struck out 19 in 17.0 innings in five regular-season starts for the championship-winning Hooks. The righthander also started the championship game against the Brewers, and did not figure in the decision after tossing six innings of four-run ball with five strikeouts. 

SP Carson Rudd – Rudd, a rising senior at Stanford, logged a 1.54 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 11.2 innings in four starts with the Wild. He allowed only five hits, and, with five walks, registered a 4.2-to-1 K-to-BB ratio. His 16.2 punchouts per nine innings ranked third in the league. The righthander pitched one inning in the All-Star Game, striking out two in a 1-2-3 ninth. 

SP JJ Rytz – Rytz, a rising junior at University of Colorado Colorado Springs, went 3-0 with 0.89 ERA (2 ER/20.1 IP) in 11 games. He picked up three wins, allowed just eight hits, and logged 25 strikeouts. Opponents hit just .121 against him. The righthander also threw three scoreless innings of relief with two strikeouts in the title game against the Hooks. 

RP Grant Holman – Holman, who will be a junior at Cal – Berkeley, worked eight scoreless innings in five appearances with the Jets, striking out 15 while not allowing a hit and walking one. The righthander threw just 88 pitches in his eight innings of work. Holman was the starting pitcher for Team Land in the All-Star Game, and he struck out two in a 1-2-3 inning. 

RP Conner Thurman – Thurman, a redshirt sophomore at University of San Diego, posted a 0.69 ERA and 24 strikeouts in 13.0 innings in five appearances with the Warriors. He allowed just three hits, limiting opposing hitters to a .070 average. His 16.6 strikeouts per nine innings ranked second in the league. The righthander also worked a scoreless inning with a strikeout in the All-Star Game. 

Second-Team player summaries: 

C Wyatt Hendrie – Hendrie, a rising senior at San Diego State, batted .325 (13-for-40) with three home runs, 12 RBI, and 14 runs scored in 18 games with the Long Boarders. He ranked tied for third in the league with 12 stolen bases, and he walked nearly as many times (11) as he struck out (12). Hendrie was the starting catcher for Team Sea in the All-Star Game. 

1B Connor O’Brien – O’Brien, a rising junior at Bradley University, hit .326 (15-for-46) with three doubles, two homers, 12 RBI, and 11 runs scored in 19 games with the Long Boarders. He was the starting designated hitter for Team Sea in the All-Star Game and went 2-for-3 with a run scored. 

2B Cole Roberts – Roberts, a rising sophomore at Loyola Marymount, batted .319 (22-for-69) with three doubles, 11 RBI, eight steals, and 10 runs scored in 21 games with the Waveriders. He was the starting third baseman for Team Sea in the All-Star Game, going 1-for-3 with a stolen base and a run scored. 

SS Hance Smith – Smith, who will be a senior at Cal – Berkeley, hit .282 (11-for-39) with three doubles, four homers, 10 RBI, 14 walks, and 15 runs scored in 11 games with the Jets. He logged a .463 OBP and his four home runs tied for the league lead with the Long Boarders’ Tate Samuelson. Smith was the starting third baseman for Team Land in the All-Star Game. 

3B Tate Samuelson – Samuelson, a rising senior at Cal Poly – SLO, hit .288 (19-for-66) with three doubles, four home runs, 11 RBI, and 12 runs scored in 20 games with the Long Boarders. He tied Hance Smith for the league lead in home runs. Samuelson was the starting first baseman for Team Sea in the All-Star Game. 

OF Sam Dinerman – Dinerman, who is going his senior year at Hope International, batted .350 (21-for-60) with two doubles, a triple, five RBI, and 11 runs in 18 games with the Jets. He had more walks (11) than strikeouts (eight), logging a .458 OBP. Dinerman had an RBI double for Team Land as a reserve in the All-Star Game. He also had a 5-for-5 day against the Hooks on July 2. 

OF Michael O’Hara – O’Hara, a rising sophomore at Santa Clara, hit .309 (21-for-68) with 11 RBI and 17 runs scored in 21 games with the Wild. He had more walks (15) than strikeouts (11), en route to a .455 OBP. The left-handed hitter was an All-Star for Team Land. 

OF Tora Otsuka – Otsuka, a rising senior at University of San Diego, batted .315 (21-for-67) with two doubles, a homer, 12 RBI, and 13 runs scored in 21 games with the Hooks. He was the starting left fielder for Team Sea in the All-Star Game and went 1-for-3 with a run scored. The left-handed hitter went 3-for-4 with 3 RBI in the championship game against the Brewers, including the go-ahead two-run double in the seventh that put the Hooks up for good. 

DH Dayton Dooney – Dooney, who is set to attend Central Arizona, hit .361 (22-for-61) with four doubles, three home runs, 19 RBI, and 13 runs scored in 17 games with the Brewers. He walked more times (16) than he struck out (11), and ranked fourth in the league with a 1.049 OPS. The left-handed hitter, who was an All-Star for Team Land, also ranked fifth in the league in hitting and third in RBI. 

2-Way Paulshawn Pasqualotto – Pasqualotto, an incoming freshman at Cal – Berkeley who was also named Incoming Freshman Pitch of the Year, went 2-0 with a 1.80 ERA in four games (three starts) with the Jets. He allowed just eight hits and struck out 16 in 15.0 innings of work. The righthander ended his season having tossed eight consecutive scoreless innings, and he retired 12 of 15 first batters faced overall (75 percent). Pasqualotto, a Team Land All-Star, also went 6-for-12 (.500) with three RBI, three runs, and a walk in five games as a hitter. 

SP Jake Miller – Miller, a rising junior at University of San Diego, posted a 1.72 ERA and 16 strikeouts in 15.2 innings in five games with the Jets. The righthander was a Team Land All-Star. 

SP Andrew Mosiello – Mosiello, who is entering his sophomore year at University of Oregon, had a 2.40 ERA (4 ER/15.0 IP) in six starts with the Long Boarders. He had 21 strikeouts and only four walks in his 15.0 innings of work. The righthander surrendered just nine hits, limiting opposing batters to .173 average. 

SP Eddy Pelc – Pelc, a rising redshirt sophomore at University of San Diego, logged a 1.59 ERA and 21 strikeouts in 17.0 innings in six starts with the Warriors. He tied for eighth in the league in ERA. With only three walks, the lefthander posted a 7-to-1 K-to-BB ratio. The mid-season All-Star surrendered just 11 hits for a .183 opponents’ batting average. 

SP Cole Percival – Percival, a rising senior at UC Riverside, posted a 2.08 ERA in (4 ER/17.1 IP) in five games for the Sharks. He struck out 25 and walked just four, averaging 13.0 punchouts per nine innings and a 6.3-to-1 K-to-BB ratio. The righthander ranked 10th in the league in ERA, as well as strikeouts per nine innings. 

SP Nick Sando – Sando, who is entering his sophomore year at Santa Clara, registered a 1.13 ERA and 22 strikeouts in 16.0 innings in eight games with the Wild. He allowed only seven hits, limiting the opposition to a .130 batting average. The lefthander worked a scoreless inning for the Team Land in the All-Star Game, striking out one. 

RP Jack O’Brien – O’Brien, who was also named JUCO Pitcher of the Year, went 3-0 with a 2.46 ERA in eight appearances, all in relief, for the Warriors. He logged 26 strikeouts in 22.0 innings of work, an average of 10.6 punchouts per nine innings. With only three walks issued, the Palomar College righthander registered an 8.7-to-1 strikeout-to-walk ratio. 

RP Noah Owen – Owen, a rising junior at UC Santa Barbara, went 2-0 with a 2.70 ERA (6 ER/20.0 IP) in seven appearances with the Warriors. The righthander registered 27 strikeouts (tied for fourth in the league) to only four walks, a 6.8-to-1 K-to-BB ratio. 

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