Monthly Archives: July 2011
Cressey Performance athlete Phil Negus has only allowed four earned runs in 24 innings of work in the month of July for Class-A Kannapolis. In his most impressive start of the month, Phil took a no-hitter into the 7th inning of a 2-1 win.
Read the full game recap here.
Longtime CP athlete Nick Friar (Northwestern University) was impressive in his first NECBL win of the summer. Nick held the first place Danbury Westerners to just two hits and an unearned run in the New Bedford Bay Sox victory. Read the full recap here.
CP client Matt Kramer took an unorthodox route to the Boston Red Sox Organization. Marty Dobrow, of ESPN-Boston, took some time to highlight the careers of both Kramer, and Red Sox prospect Ryan Lavarnway since their days competing in the Ivy Leagues.
Read the complete article here.
Cressey Performance athlete and Boston Red Sox prospect Jeremy Hazelbaker was featured recently on MLB.com. Check it out:
The Boston Globe has released it’s 2010-2011 All-Scholastic Awards and a number of Cressey Performance athletes have been honored.
Adam Ravenelle was selected Athlete of the Year for his dominance on the mound and at the plate. Highlights include an 8-0 record with 93 strikeouts and a batting average of .481.
Tyler Beede was rewarded All-Scholastic honors following a 7-0 record and 0.83ERA. Tyler was the 21st overall pick in the 2011 MLB First Year Player Draft.
John Gorman was also selected as an All-Scholastic honoree after compiling a 6-1 record with an amazing 0.14ERA.
See the full list of post-season awards here.
CP athlete Dan Houston is in the midst of a 30 2/3 scoreless inning streak spanning the single-A and double-A following his recent promotion. Dan is 7-1 with a 2.53ERA in 13 starts. Read the full recap of his first double-A start here.