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2019 All-Star Game Photos Available
July 12, 2019

Photo’s from the 2019 ACBL vs NYCBL All Star Game are available to view and purchase from our ASG photographer Mike Mazza of CineMaz-Productions.

You can also follow him @CineMaz7 on Instagram and Twitter.

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NYCBL All-Stars defeat ACBL All-Stars
July 9, 2019

The New York Collegiate Baseball League All-Stars utilized solid pitching and a good defense to defeat the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League All-Stars 3-0 at Yogi Berra Stadium on Tuesday evening in front of 24 Major League scouts and 300 fans.

The ACBL could only muster four hits against eleven different pitchers in the nine inning affair.

ACBL announces the 2019 All-Star team
July 3, 2019

The ACBL has released the players selected for the All-Star team that will host the NYCBL All-Stars on Monday July 8 at 7pm in Yogi Berra Stadium, home of the New Jersey Jackals.

Each team has three or four players represented. Chris Ray, Field Manager of the Quakertown Blazers who won the 2018 ACBL championship, will manage the All-Star team.

Click this link to view the 2019 ACBL All-Stars.


Levi Stoudt Drafted in Third Round by Seattle
June 5, 2019

Levi Stoudt selected by the Seattle Mariners in the third round of the recent MLB Draft

RHP Levi Stoudt (Lehigh, Quakertown Blazers, 2017), the top ACBL prospect in 2017, was selected by the Seattle Mariners in the third round of the recent MLB Draft.

RHP Connor Lehman (St.Louis, Jersey Pilots, 2015) and SS Anthony Prato (UConn, Staten Island Tide, 2016) were both selected in the seventh round by the San Diego Padres and Minnesota Twins respectively.

SS Mike Salvatore (Florida State, Trenton Generals, 2015) was a ninth round selection of the Seattle Mariners while LHP Nick Snyder (West Virginia, South Jersey Giants, 2017, Trenton Generals, 2018 ) went to the Arizona Diamondbacks in the 11th round.

A list of former ACBL players selected in the recent draft is below.

ROUND TEAM PLAYER COLLEGE, ACBL TEAM(s)
3 Seattle RHP Levi Stoudt Lehigh, Quakertown Blazers, 2017
7 San Diego RHP Connor Lehman St. Louis, Jersey Pilots, 2015
7 Minnesota SS Anthony Prato UCONN, Staten Island Tide, 2016
9 Seattle SS Mike Salvatore Florida State, Trenton Generals, 2015
11 Arizona LHP Nick Snyder West Virginia, South Jersey Giants,2017, Trenton Generals, 2018
22 Boston 1B Dom D'Alessandro  George Washington, South Jersey Giants ,2017
23 Baltimore OF Shayne Fontana Lynn, Jersey Pilots, 2017, Allentown Railers, 2018
25 Seattle LHP Dan Wirchansky Pace, North Jersey Eagles, 2016
28 Chicago Cubs RHP Chris Kachmar Lipscomb, Quakerown Blazers, 2016, 2017
29 LA Angels OF Matt Woods Rowan,  South Jersey Giants, 2017
29 Arizona RHP Tyler Poulin Quinnipiac, Jersey Pilots, 2016
32 San Diego RHP Jason Reynolds Lehigh, South Jersey Giants, 2017
34 Kansas City LHP Justin Fall Brookdale CC, Ocean Gulls, 2018
34 NY Mets OF Ryan Shinn Kentucky, Trenton Generals, 2015
36 Toronto C Scotty Bradley Indiana, Trenton Generals, 2017

Gulls Split Doubleheader With Generals in 2019 Opener
June 1, 2019

By Matt Nelson | Ocean Gulls

The Ocean Gulls opened the 2019 season with a split of the Trenton Generals, taking the opener 9-7, and falling in the nightcap 4-0 in 12 innings at the Antrim Elementary School on Saturday.

The birds took a 2-0 in the bottom of the second in the opener on an RBI double by Joshua Jackson. Following a fielder’s choice by Blaise Panzini, Jackson scored on a wild pitch by the Generals starting pitcher.

Trenton tied the game with a run in the top of the third, a run in the top of the fourth and poured five runs on the board in the top of the fifth before Ocean mounted an impressive comeback in the bottom of the fifth.

After a wild pitch by Trenton’s bullpen, Craig Larsen hit a two-run double to make it a three-run game. After Bill Feehan drew a walk, Zachary Joe picked up a two-run single to make it a 7-6 deficit. Michael Belka struck out, but advanced to third on a dropped third strike. Panzini put the finishing touches on the comeback with a three-run double.

Garinder Singh-Sarana pitched 2.1 innings of scoreless baseball to go along with a walk and four strikeouts to earn the win. He also went 1-2 at the plate, picking up his first hit since he was a freshman in high school.

Game 2 didn’t provide many hits for the Gulls, despite a two-out first-inning double by Larsen. The Generals scored four runs in the top of the twelfth to earn the split. Kyle Roche, Will Kramer, Michael Centeno, and Panzini combined for no runs on four hits, six walks and 9 strikeouts over the first nine innings.v The Gulls are scheduled to return to action on Tuesday, June 4, as they take on the Ocean Osprey at Wall Municipal Stadium in a nine-inning game. First pitch is scheduled for 6:30 P.M.

The Ocean Gulls, proud members of the Atlantic Collegiate Baseball League, play their home games at the Antrim Elementary School and Point Pleasant Borough High School in Point Pleasant Beach, NJ, and Wall Municipal Stadium in Wall, NJ. Follow the Gulls on Twitter @OceanGulls and visit them online at www.acbl-online.com.




ACBL Hot Corner

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Todays Games

    
7/17/2019 5:30:00 PM
Jersey
Quakertown
0
0
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions
7/17/2019 7:00:00 PM
Allentown
Trenton
0
0
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7/17/2019 7:30:00 PM
Jersey
Quakertown
0
0
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions


Scores from Yesterday

    
7/16/2019 7:00:00 PM
Ocean Gulls
North Jersey
0
8
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7/16/2019 5:00:00 PM
Trenton
Allentown
3
3
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions
7/16/2019 7:00:00 PM
Trenton
Allentown
0
8
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions
7/16/2019 5:00:00 PM
Ocean Osprey
New York
4
5
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions
7/16/2019 5:00:00 PM
North Jersey
Ocean Gulls
11
5
Boxscore - Live Game - Directions

2019 ACBL Standings

Wolff Division

 WLTPCT
Allentown15910.620
Trenton151410.517
Quakertown141410.500
Jersey111600.407

Kaiser Division

 WLTPCT
North Jersey151000.600
New York121100.522
Ocean Ospreys111100.500
Ocean Gulls81610.340

ACBL Sponsors

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