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CollegeSummerBaseball.net Looks at PGCBL Top Pitchers

Derek Mazzio (St. Louis) delivers a pitch for the Glens Falls Golden Eagles. Photo courtesy Glens Falls Post-star
From CollegeSummerBaseball.net

The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League is currently an eight-team league that completed it's first season of play this summer. Most of the teams in the league previously competed in the New York Collegiate Baseball League. This summer, the Newark Pilots used great pitching to win the PGCBL Title.

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Due to the flood of emails I received after starting these lists, I must reiterate that my list is not the top prospects, but the top players. Also, since I live in Texas, I did not see these players play in person. I'm basing my rankings on stats, scouting reports and videos.


1.   Dominick Ruscitti   RHP   Newark Pilots---Kutztown
Dominick is a 6-2/230 right-hander from Washingtonville, NY. He was simply the best pitcher in the league this summer, and the league agrees with me as he was named the Pitcher of the Year in the PGCBL.  He led the league with 6 wins and led the league with a 1.82 era in 59.1 innings pitched. He completed two games, made eight starts and held the opposition to just 42 hits allowed this summer. He walked 15 batters and he fanned 49 this summer. Dominick also held opponents to a .196 batting average this summer. Perfect Game ranked him as the 30th best prospect in the league.

2.   Derek Mazzio   RHP   Glens Falls Golden Eagles---St. Louis University
Derek was the ace of the Golden Eagles staff this summer. He went 2-1 and sported a 1.99 era in 54.1 innings pitched. He walked just 13 batters and he fanned 58 this summer. He was ranked as the 19th best prospect in the league by PG, and back on October 4, I named him as one of the Top Performers from this past summer season.  He was also named to the PGCBL All-Rising Stars Team.

3.   Mark Scott   RHP   Newark---San Joaquin Delta
Mark led the league with 11 saves this summer. He had an era of 2.01 in 22.1 innings pitched and he fanned 29 batters this season. He also held the opposition to a batting average of .110 this season.

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