Opp, a United Kingdom native who attended West Point, and has pitched for the British national team, recorded a team-low 2.66 ERA to go along with his 5-2 record.
Other possible teams joining the Cyclones and Renegades could be Lowell (Red Sox), the Wilmington Blue Rocks (Royals), Aberdeen IronBirds (Baltimore), and Jersey Shore BlueClaws (Phillies), per Masslive.com.
Hudson Valley Renegades to host Yankees' Class “A” Advanced team.
Andres Gimenez hit .265 with four homers and 32 RBI in the South Atlantic League in 2017.
The Columbia Police Foundation, who have set a goal to raise at least $20,000, administer Peace of Mind. If you would like to donate separately, you can send donations to: Columbia Police Foundation, Attn: Chief Skip Holbrook, 1 Justice Square, Columbia, SC 29201.
While with High Point, Halbohn, 27, appeared in 15 games with a stellar 1.89 ERA, fanning 16 batters in 19 innings. With Chicago, he filled the closer role position and spun a spectacular 1.98 ERA in 36 games while notching 14 saves. That save total marked his highest in a season since recording 10 saves at Belmont Abbey College, in Belmont, North Carolina, in 2016.
In Columbia, South Carolina, the Columbia Fireflies, the South Atlantic League Single-A affiliate of the New York Mets, are joining forces with Peace of Mind. POM is a program that provides free hotel rooms to Columbia’s front-liners, and its working with the Fireflies to sell a limited edition ‘Wash Your Wings’ t-shirt to help raise funds to house these brave workers while they conduct their Herculean efforts.
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.
Barnes re-joins the Skeeters after appearing in 98 games with the Double-A Binghamton Rumble Ponies, matching his career-high of 12 home runs, originally set with the Skeeters in 2018. Barnes, a Sugar Land, TX, native, also drove in 50 runs along with tallying 17 doubles and 46 walks in 311 at-bats in 96 tilts.
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.