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Additional Baseball All-Star Information

By admin Published: June 24, 2007

Here are statistics and information for the players who were selected to the Beacon Journal All-City Baseball All-Star team.

ALL-CITY

CHAD KEPPLER
PITCHER: Ellet, Junior
First-team All-City Series selection went 6-3 with a 2.33 ERA. Right-hander struck out 52 in 54 innings pitched. Batted .362 with 21 RBI and two home runs for the Orangemen (15-10) who won the City Series regular-season title.

RYAN HARRIS
PITCHER
: Kenmore, Sophomore
First-team All-City Series selection helped the Cardinals (15-7) win the league playoff title. Had a 6-2 record with one save and a 1.67 ERA. Struck out 35 batters in 46 innings pitched.

KYLE MCMILLEN
PITCHER
: Archbishop Hoban, Junior
First-team All-North Coast League selection went 2-1 with a 2.20 ERA for the Knights (17-9). Also played shortstop and second base and hit .428 with two home runs, 11 doubles and 23 RBI.

SAMUEL TRECASO
INFIELDER:
St. Vincent-St. Mary, Sophomore
Third baseman/shortstop batted .400 with six doubles and three triples for the Irish. Scored 22 runs, had 20 RBI and a .582 on-base percentage. Went 2-0 as a pitcher with a 2.77 ERA and 20 strikeouts in 17 innings pitched. Earned first-team All-Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference honors and was named the CRBC Rookie of the Year.

ERIC LEHMAN
INFIELDER:
Firestone, Senior
First-team All-City shortstop hit .463 with one home run, 37 hits, 19 RBI and 21 runs scored. A Baldwin-Wallace recruit.

ISAIAH FRIDLEY
INFIELDER
: Ellet, Junior
First-team All-City first baseman led the Orangemen (15-10) with a .376 batting average, 20 RBI and 10 doubles. Left-hander compiled a 4-1 record with a 1.42 ERA. He struck out 44 in 34 innings pitched.

ANDREW DESTEFANO
INFIELDER
: St. Vincent-St. Mary, Junior
First baseman/third baseman led the Fighting Irish with a .424 batting average, 14 doubles and 25 RBI. Scored 21 runs and had a .531 on-base percentage. Earned first-team All-Cuyahoga River Baseball Conference honor.

IVORY ALEXANDER
CATCHER
: Firestone, Senior
First-team All-City selection hit .459 and led the Falcons (14-14) with seven home runs, 29 RBI, 39 hits, 31 runs and 21 stolen bases. Plans to play at either the University of Akron or Cleveland State University.

ADAM HARRIS
OUTFIELDER: Kenmore, Senior
City Series Player of the Year led the Cardinals (15-7) to a league playoff title. Posted a 5-3 record with three saves and a 2.50 ERA. Struck out 25 batters in 53 innings. Batted .379 with eight doubles, two triples, one home run. Plans to play football and wrestle and possibly at Muskingum College.

BRENT CHOBAN
OUTFIELDER
: Archbishop Hoban, Junior
First-team All-NCL center fielder hit .322 with three home runs and 19 RBI. Also went 5-1 with a 1.39 ERA and struck out 53 in 41 innings pitched for the Knights (17-9).

RICKY BLASEY
OUTFIELDER: North, Senior
First-team All-City outfielder/shortstop batted .490 with eight doubles and 24 RBI to lead the Vikings' offense.

CONNOR BURNS
UTILITY
: Archbishop Hoban, Junior
First-team All-NCL catcher hit .439 with 29 RBI and 18 walks for the Knights (17-9).

- Michael Beaven and Nate Ulrich

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