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The 2016 Coastal Plain League All-Star Event will be hosted by the Fayetteville SwampDogs July 10-11 in Fayetteville, N.C. Be sure you have your tickets to see the best this summer has to offer. For more information please visit the 2016 CPL All-Star page here.
The Edenton Steamers defeated the Gastonia Grizzlies to be named 2015 CPL Petitt Cup Champions. Will the Steamers repeat in 2016 or will the CPL feature a new champion? Be sure to follow all the action this August. The 2016 Coastal Plain League Petitt Cup Playoffs begin August 10. Round 1 and Round 2 are single-elimination rounds occurring on August 10 and 12 respectively. The Championship Round will be August 14-16. To follow which teams make it and round-by-round coverage, please visit the official 2016 CPL Petitt Cup Playoffs 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
Peninsula1770.708
Wilmington14100.583
Morehead City14110.560
Wilson13110.542
Fayetteville10140.417
Holly Springs9150.375
Edenton9160.360
Petersburg7170.292
West Standings W L T PCT
Asheboro1860.750
HPThomasville1780.680
Savannah1490.609
Lexington County15110.577
Martinsville12130.480
Forest City11130.458
Florence8160.333
Gastonia7180.280
Average
Brett Auckland.439
Carson Jackson.433
Will Shepherd.411
Logan Moody.400
T.J. Nichting.394
HRs
Alec Bohm7
Trey Hair6
Collin Fleischer5
Dillon Stewart5
Zachary Almond5
RBIs
Zachary Almond28
Alec Bohm25
Will Shepherd25
Cameron Balego23
Dillon Stewart23
ERA
Beau Sulser1.42
Nick Spadafino1.69
Ryan Hedricks1.80
Tucker Burgess1.86
Luke Watts2.22
Ks
Connor Riley47
Devin Sweet42
Barrett Loseke34
Adam Scott34
Luke Curtis33
Saves
Bryan Blanton7
Chaz Miller5
Tom Coletti4
Steven Powels4
Ryan Kelly4
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Will Shepherd (Jr., Liberty) Peninsula

Shepherd batted .571 over six starts for the Pilots. He totaled 12 hits with three doubles and 15 total bases for a .714 slugging percentage. The 5’10, 195-pound outfielder also showed an ability to get on-base, finishing the week with an even .600 on-base percentage, while also stealing three bases and scoring five runs.

Jake Rudnicki (Jr., Ohio) Florence

On the mound, Rudnicki pitched a seven-inning complete game for the RedWolves versus Lexington County in the first game of a double header on June 25. The right-hander got the win, allowing only two hits while walking one and striking out six for a .100 opponent’s batting average.

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