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The 2017 Coastal Plain League All-Star Event will be hosted by the Holly Springs Salamanders July 9-10 in Holly Springs, N.C. For more information please visit the 2017 CPL All-Star page here.
The 2017 Coastal Plain League Petitt Cup Playoffs begin August 10. Round 1 is a single-elimination round occurring on August 10, followed by best of three series for rounds two and three respectively. The Championship Round will be August 14-16. To follow which teams make it and round-by-round coverage, please visit the official 2017 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
Wilmington1040.714
Peninsula950.643
Fayetteville960.600
Morehead City660.500
Holly Springs780.467
Edenton680.429
Wilson490.308
West Standings W L T PCT
HPThomasville1210.923
Savannah850.615
Florence770.500
Lexington County770.500
Gastonia780.467
Forest City570.417
Asheboro4110.267
Martinsville4130.235
Average
Luke Morgan.404
Harris Yett.350
Andrew Henrickson.340
Scott Dubrule.339
Mason McClellan.333
HRs
Evan Edwards11
Drew Delsignore10
Billy Wilson9
RBIs
Trevor McCutchin37
Luke Morgan34
Drake McNamara33
Jayson Newman32
ERA
Jason Goe1.01
Clay Young1.32
Zach Neff1.54
Griffin McLarty1.63
Jonathan Jahn2.14
Ks
Daniel Johnson55
Devin Sweet53
Clay Young51
Zach Neff51
Saves
Carmen Giampetruzz7
Mike Stephens6
Kelvin McAllister6
Henry Beasley6
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Callahan Moltzan (Utah Valley) HP-Thomasville

During a week with less games due to the All-Star Break, Moltzan put up a month's worth of numbers in just three games played. In total the outfielder posted a .500 average with five home runs, 10 RBIs and 22 total bases for a 1.571 slugging percentage. The outfielder also drew two walks for a .563 on-base percentage while stealing one base and scoring six runs for the HiToms.

Noah Thompson (Seton Hall) GastoniaOn the mound, Thompson befuddled the Martinsville Mustangs all night on July 15 when he struck out 16, a season high across the league. The Seton Hall freshman went eight full innings to earn the win, allowing only one earned run and six total hits, with none of those being for extra-bases. He also walked only one for a 0.88 WHIP and .200 opponent's batting average.
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