With the College World Series ending this week, college baseball fans should now turn their attention to the summer leagues. With almost 20 current Hokies playing ball this summer – mostly along the east coast – below is a one-stop resource to follow those players.
However, do not forget are those former Tech players who are continuing their careers as professionals, which is just over a dozen strong thanks to the two newest members – Tim Smalling, who is playing in the minors for the Colorado Rockies, and Joe Parsons, who is in the minors for the Pittsburgh Pirates.
If you click on the player’s name it will go to his Virginia Tech bio, but click on the “stats page” link to go to his specific bio page for his summer team (where available) to see his statistics, or click on the team or league link to find out more about those organizations.
Hokies in the summer leagues
Hokies in the pros
Joe Saunders – Arizona Diamondbacks, Major League Baseball
Kevin Barker – Guerreros de Oaxaca, Triple-A Mexican League
Warren Schaeffer – Colorado Springs Sky Sox, Triple-A Pacific Coast League, Colorado Rockies
Wyatt Toregas – Indianapolis Indians, Triple-A International League, Pittsburgh Pirates
Steve Bumbry – Frederick Keys, Class A Advanced Carolina League, Baltimore Orioles
Austin Wates – Lancaster JetHawks, Class A Advanced California League, Houston Astros
Justin Wright – Palm Beach Cardinals, Class A Advanced Florida State League, St. Louis Cardinals
Steve Domecus – Great Lakes Loons, Class A Midwest League, Los Angeles Dodgers
Ben Rowen – Hickory Crawdads, Class A South Atlantic League, Texas Rangers
Rhett Ballard – Tri-City Dust Devils, Class A Short-Season Northwest League, Colorado Rockies
Tim Smalling – Tri-City Dust Devils, Class A Short-Season Northwest League, Colorado Rockies
Mathew Price – Greenville Drive, Class A South Atlantic League, Boston Red Sox
Jesse Hahn – GCL Rays, Rookie Gulf Coast League, Tampa Bay Rays
Joe Parsons – GCL Pirates, Rookie Gulf Coast League, Pittsburgh Pirates
Chris Kay - Traverse City, Independent Professional Baseball Federation
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