Cutler, Satin, Brady and Gorman Named Summer League All-Stars
July 25, 2007
BERKELEY, CALIF. - Four University of California baseball players have been noted this summer as they compete in semi-pro leagues around the nation. Sophomore catcher Charlie Cutler and junior second baseman Josh Satin were selected as all-stars in the Cape Cod League, while sophomore shortstop Michael Brady was named a New England Collegiate Baseball League All-Star, and freshman infielder Rich Gorman was selected as an all-star in the Central Illinois Collegiate League.
Cutler and Satin will be rivals when Cutler's East Division All-Star Team takes on Satin's West Division All-Stars on Saturday, July 28 at Spillane Field in Wareham, Mass. Cutler plays for the Brewster Whitecaps and is batting .306 with three doubles, a triple, a home run and 11 RBI. He has seen action in 16 games behind the plate and has played nine games in the outfield. Cutler is slated to be the starting left fielder for the East All-Stars. Satin, who plays for the Bourne Braves, is currently batting .265 with five doubles, a team-leading four home runs and 21 RBI. He has played 21 games at first base, two games at second base and six games in the outfield. Satin was a Cape Cod League All-Star in 2006 as well, playing for the Orleans Cardinals.
Other Bears competing in the prestigious Cape Cod League include sophomore first baseman David Cooper for the Brewster Whitecaps (.284, 6-2B, 2-HR, 15 RBI), sophomore right-hander Matt Gorgen for the Bourne Braves (2-0, 3.00 ERA, one save, 14 SO in 15.0 innings) and sophomore left-hander Craig Bennigson for the Orleans Cardinals (1-0, 2.56 ERA, six games, six starts, 30 SO in 31.2 innings).
Brady, playing his second summer for the Vermont Moutaineers and representing the North All-Stars, was 0-for-2 in the July 22 all-star game played at Joe Wolfe Field in North Adams, Mass, but on the season is hitting .292 with five doubles, a triple, a home run and 10 RBI. Gorman was 0-for-1 as a pinch hitter/second baseman in his July 23 all-star game, but is batting .315 with seven doubles, two triples, two home runs, 12 stolen bases and 16 RBI for the Dubois (Huntington, Ind.) Bombers. The Dubois Bombers hosted this year's all-star game versus the KIT (Kentucky, Illinois, Tennessee) League.