Cape Cod Prospect Rundown: Falmouth CommodoresProspects
The Commodores were the West Division Champions, finishing with an overall record of 27-15-2, which included an 11 game winning streak. They defeated Bourne 2-1 in the first round of the playoffs before being swept in the West Division Finals by the eventual Cape Champions, Cotuit Kettlers.
Zach DeLoach (Texas A&M) won the Thurman Munson Batting Champion Award, Zach Brzykcy (Virginia Tech) was voted the Russ Ford Outstanding Relief Pitcher and Austin Masel (Holy Cross) received the Manny Robello 10th Player Award. All-Stars included DeLoach, Brzykcy, Trei Cruz (Rice) , Hayden Cantrelle (Louisiana), Franco Aleman (Florida International) and Logan Hofmann (Colby CC). Cruz, DeLoach and Carmen Mlodzinski (South Carolina) are the top prospects for 2020, while Aleman and Aidan Maldonado (Illinois) top the 2021s.
Hayden Cantrelle, MIF, Louisiana, 2020– Cantrelle has been a stalwart at shortstop since his collegiate career began, but he slid over to second base and handled the position ably for the Commodores, showing smooth infield actions and plenty of arm for the position. He was also well suited for the top of the order, showing outstanding plate discipline, pitch recognition and barrel skills. At 5-foot-11, 175 pounds, Cantrelle isn’t built like a power hitter, but he does have some hand speed and showed sneaky pop at times this summer, finishing with three home runs and seven doubles, along with a .315 batting average. He’s a good runner who uses his speed judiciously; in one look, I saw him reach base on a perfect push bunt, steal two bases and…
Our in-depth look at Falmouth includes prospects from Virginia Tech, Illinois, South Carolina, UCLA, Clemson, Louisiana, Rice, Texas A&M, Georgia Tech, Western Michigan, Florida State, Duke, Alabama, Connecticut and Jacksonville State, Sacramento State, Holy Cross and Oregon State, among others.
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