Edenton won the 2015 CPL Petitt Cup Championship
Baseball America
The 2015 Coastal Plain League Petitt Cup Playoffs begin August 5. Round 1 is set for August 5-7, while Round 2 is August 9-11, and the Championship Round will be August 13-15. To follow which teams make it and round-by-round coverage, please visit the official 2015 CPL Petitt Cup Playoffs page, here.
The 2015 Coastal Plain League All-Star Event was held July 12-13 in Florence, S.C., hosted by the Florence RedWolves. For more information please visit the 2015 CPL All-Star page here.
The Coastal Plain League has partnered up with the Minor League Baseball Umpire Development, a Minor League Baseball wholly owned subsidiary, to provide reserve umpires to the CPL. For more information, including a list of former CPL umpires now in Minor League Baseball, click here.
East Standings W L T PCT
Holly Springs16120.571
Morehead City13140.481
West Standings W L T PCT
Forest City13150.464
Lexington County13150.464
2015 Batting Leaders Average
Chad Sedio.403
Brian Miller.389
Sammy Taormina.358
Nick Rotola.357
Hank Morrison.352
Chad Sedio16
Collin Woody11
Stephen Wallace10
Tony Rosselli10
JD Crowe9
Collin Woody50
Chad Sedio49
Collin Thacker46
JD Crowe44
Ben Holland43
2015 Pitching Leaders ERA
Zach Prendergast1.17
Trevor Gay1.55
Michael Castellani1.86
Trevor Bradley2.01
Taylor Edens2.06
Trevor Bradley81
David Bednar76
Austin Staley64
Jared Janczak61
Bruce Zimmermann60
Tyler Keele8
Micah Wells8
Steven Piette7
Cooper Jones7
Zach Reid6
Chad Sedio (Miami Ohio) Edenton
Sedio finished the regular season one RBI shy of a Triple Crown, holding an unbelievable .408 regular season batting average with 16 home runs and 49 RBI to go along with 18 doubles and one triple. Along the way, Sedio set new all-time CPL records for both total bases (143) and slugging percentage (.769), while his 16 home runs came just shy of tying the record for home runs (17) in a season set back in 1998 by Jason Dubois of Rocky Mount.
Zach Prendergast (Seton Hall) Edenton
The now junior at Seton Hall, finished the regular season with a 6-0 record and the top ERA in the league at 1.17 while also striking out 46 and walking only eight in 46 innings pitched on the year for a .162 opponent’s batting average and a .717 WHIP. He also took a no-hitter through 8 1/3 innings and a perfect game through 8 2/3 innings in, before falling just short of history in both outings.
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