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A New Look at Showcasing Talent

Offensive Player of the Year: Kevin Balben (JJ McKay’s) 649, 618, 661; the batting averages for Balben over the last three years have made him arguably the toughest out in WayCo.  While Balben was unable to take home the three-peat this summer, he received ample help from Ian Bonner in putting together a playoff caliber team. Balben is the WayCo all time leader in doubles. (Payne Schoen)

Defensive Player of the Year: Mike Trueblood (Kitchen Interiors) “He’s a freak.” Was the nicest way and often head description of his play at shortstop in the summer of 2011. When the league leader in batting average and home runs is regarded as the better defensive player, it speaks volumes about his play in the field.  (Dana Sharry)

Surprise Player of the Year: Robby Barnes (Liberty Pizza) Barnes was a late round draft pick in his first WayCo season. “We knew he played a little baseball in high school and grew up with him,” said Sharry. “But the expectations were not him to be our best player this summer.”  Barnes hit .625 and played right center all summer for the 2011 champs. (Matt Picard)


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All WayCo First Team (Second Team)

First Base: Paul Rufo, Haffey: Five-time WayCo All-Star, Rufo compiled another successful season as a first year captain. (Mark Foreman, Kitchen Interiors)

Second Base: Keith McGonigle, John C. Bryant Family: After numerous seasons at short, Keith slid to his left to manage second. McGonigle posted a PB from the plate in 2011. (Mike Kennedy, Liberty Pizza)

Shortstop: Mike Trueblood, Kitchen Interiors: Best defensive player in the league was also third in votes for Offensive Player of the Year. (Ryan Pesaturo, Haffey)

Third Base: Joe Cerrone, Pro-Tech Auto: A five-time all star, Cerrone has led his team to the championship game three consecutive seasons.  The 2011 season was consistently great once again for Cerrone. (EJ Nicholas,123 Calzones)

Left Field: Dana Sharry, Liberty Pizza: Last year’s Defensive POY and this year’s runner up. Sharry got by some familiar foes in winning his first WayCo championship in 2011. (Joe Dorr, Haffey)

Left Center: Kevin Balben, JJ McKay’s: Balben turned in his best statistical summer which is saying something considering the impressive numbers he has posted in the previous four summers. (Tim Hanifin, Kitchen Interiors)

Center Field: Ian Bonner, JJ McKay’s: Second straight year for Bonner to appear on the list. Error free all season and kept runners from testing the cannon each night.  (Ray Acevedo, Pro-Tech Auto)

Right Field: Payne Schoen, John C. Bryant Family: The only first year WayCo player on the the first team. Schoen kept outfielders on their heels all season and was the ultimate teammate over the course of the season. (Wade Critides, Liberty Pizza)

Pitcher: Tucker Bridgeo, Liberty Pizza: “Tuck” pitched every inning of softball for Liberty this summer. He led the league in wins and strike outs in winning his third All WayCo nod. (Jeff Wright, Pro-Tech)

Catcher: Tommy Carmichael, Liberty Pizza: On any other team would have been featured in the outfield or at first. On the league’s best team Carmichael who took catcher duties as its youngest player and put together a highly productive offensive season.  (J.C. Murtagh, Haffey)

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