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June 8, 2012
Summer league destinations now available
More than 20 Hokies will be playing ball this summer

BLACKSBURG, Va. - With the college season winding down, it’s a good time to catch up with the Hokies. Before the baseball players return to Blacksburg in the fall, more than 20 of them will be seeing action this summer.

Destinations include the prestigious Cape Cod League, which will feature six Hokies, while other locations for Tech players include four in the New England League and three each in the Coastal Plains and Cal Ripken leagues.

Below, click on the player’s name and it will go to his Virginia Tech bio, but click on the “stats page” link (where available) to see his statistics for the summer. Additional links include the league and team, which features schedules, results, standings and more.

Hokies in the summer leagues

Atlantic League
North Fork Ospreys
Ryan Burnsstats page
Alex Perezstats page

Cal Ripken League
Baltimore Red Birds
Sean Keselicastats page
Mark Zagunisstats page

Rockville Express
Gary Schneiderstats page

Far West League
Humboldt Crabs
Tanner McIntyrestats page

Cape Cod League
Harwich Mariners
Eddie Campbellstats page
Clark Labitanstats page

Chatham Anglers
Jake Joycestats page
Chad Morganstats page
Chad Pinderstats page

Wareham Gatemen
Tyler Horanstats page

Coastal Plain League
Peninsula Pilots
Colin O'Keefestats page

Myrtle Beach League
– Hammerheads
Kyle Pratsstats page

New England League
Danbury Westerners
Isaac Stermanstats page
Kyle Wernickistats page

Mystic Schooners
Ricky Hodgesstats page
Carson Helmsstats page

Northwoods League
Wisconsin Woodchucks
Brendon Haydenstats page

Perfect Game League
Albany Dutchmen
Matt Snyderstats page

Southern League
– Lake Norman Copperheads
Logan Biblestats page

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