Beachy, who fired a quality start, proved clutch, tossing six innings of two-run ball while fanning seven batters, as Long Island beat Sugar Land in ten innings after facing elimination in Game Four of the Atlantic League Championship Series.
David Kubiak proved to be nearly indomitable last year, posting a 7-1 record with a 1.76 ERA (16 earned runs over 82.0 innings pitched) with 82 strikeouts over 12 starts.
This is Lomardozzi's third season in ALPB and the 13th year of professional baseball.
The six-foot-three, 210-pounder laced a .395 batting average and had over .536 on-base percentage as junior at Long Island City High School.
Former Long Beach State alum hit .294, clubbed 22 home runs, a team lead, and drove in 75 runs last season with Lancaster.
While Alfonzo struggled during the first part of last year, hitting .218 at the all-star break, the 27-year-old turned it on in the second half, batting .282 the rest of the way, despite missing some time in August with an injury.
Kines posted a 2-2 record with a 3.00 ERA across seven appearances (three starts) with the Cyclones.
Last season proved to be a solid year for Pugliese, as he spun a 4-1 record with a 3.62 ERA, one save and 59 strikeouts against only 17 walks across 59.2 innings of work and the ALPB named him a Mid-Season All-Star.
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Mets purchase contract of former Mariners, Yankees farmhand hurler.