Current Roster Cards (6/21/22)

Pitchers

Ryan Chasse

LHPCampbellSenior6’3250

Patrick Copen

RHPMarshall UJunior6’6215

Doubleheader Delight

Javier Vaz stands in the box during game one of the doubleheader./Riley Raimondo By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin Brewster, M.A. – The Brewster Whitecaps had a much-needed…

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Rutgers Baseball 2021-2022, Piscataway, NJ. 10/03/2021 Photo by Steve Hockstein/HarvardStudio.com

Brian Fitzpatrick

LHPRutgersSenior6’7235

Whitecaps Shutout Y-D in Home Opener

By: Finn Riley Pitcher Brian Fitzpatrick (Rutgers). June 13, 2022/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 The Whitecaps rode a dominant performance from the pitching staff to win…

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Paul Gervasse

RHPLSUSenior6’10230

Will Greer

RHPBucknellSenior6’3220

Cade Kuehler

RHPCampbellSenior6’1205

Henry Leake

RHPBoston CollegeSenior5’11205

Whitecaps seek third win in a row

By: Finn Riley USF catcher Joaquin Monque at the plate/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 After having Wednesday off, the Whitecaps look to extend their win streak…

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Ryan Lobus

RHPMercerJunior6’2180

Joe Mancini

RHPBoston CollegeSenior6’1200

Doubleheader Delight

Javier Vaz stands in the box during game one of the doubleheader./Riley Raimondo By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin Brewster, M.A. – The Brewster Whitecaps had a much-needed…

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And so it begins…

By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin Brewster, M.A. – Summer is upon us, which only means one thing, Brewster Whitecaps baseball is back. The Cape Cod baseball league…

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March 27, 2022: the ACC Baseball matchup at David F. Couch Ballpark in Winston-Salem, NC. (Scott Kinser)

Teddy McGraw

RHPWake Forest Junior6’2210

Brewster welcomes back Teddy McGraw after a very successful sophomore season with Wake Forest. He pitched 50.2 innings with an ERA of 5.33. Against Duke he had seven strikeouts over five innings of work, allowing only three hits. Last summer with the Whitecaps McGraw helped secure the league title by retiring three batters in succession in the ninth inning of the final game.

During his freshman season McGraw had 19 relief appearances, striking out 22 batters and ending with a 4.42 ERA. In summer 2020 he pitched for the Amsterdam Mohawks in the Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League, where he had a 1-1 record, striking out 18 in 10.1 innings McGraw attended high school in Oneonta, NY where he was rated as a top 500 prospect by Perfect Game, and the number 25th recruit from NY.

Jackson Nezuh

RHPFlorida StateJunior6’1190
March 30, 2022: the NCAA Baseball matchup at David F. Couch Ballpark in Winston-Salem, NC. (Scott Kinser)

Brennen Oxford

LHPWake Forest Junior6’2205

Brennan struck out 16 batters in 14 innings pitched for the Demon Deacons through May 11th. Opposing hitters batted .241 against him. In 2021, he made 25 relief appearances, the most on the team and tied for fourth-most on the ACC.

Oxford was the number three recruit from New Hampshire following his senior year at Oyster River High School in Durham, NH. He was the Gatorade Player of the Year in New Hampshire his junior year in 2018. That season, Oxford posted a 5-1 record with a microscopic .16 ERA and threw four straight no-hitters over 30.2 consecutive hitless innings.

Braxton Pearson

RHPTexas ChristianSophomore6’1195

Dale Stanavich (Released)

LHPRutgersJunior5’11180

Whitecaps Shutout Y-D in Home Opener

By: Finn Riley Pitcher Brian Fitzpatrick (Rutgers). June 13, 2022/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 The Whitecaps rode a dominant performance from the pitching staff to win…

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Grant Taylor

RHPLSUSophomore6’3220

Ryan Ure

LHPOklahoma StateSophomore6’8230
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John West

RHPBoston College Senior6’8260

Doubleheader Delight

Javier Vaz stands in the box during game one of the doubleheader./Riley Raimondo By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin Brewster, M.A. – The Brewster Whitecaps had a much-needed…

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Whitecaps Shutout Y-D in Home Opener

By: Finn Riley Pitcher Brian Fitzpatrick (Rutgers). June 13, 2022/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 The Whitecaps rode a dominant performance from the pitching staff to win…

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Position Players

Chase Adkinson

COklahoma StateJunior6’1202
Dixon Black Baseball vs. Iona 4-1-2022

Dixon Black

PostionSchoolyear in schoolheightweight
SSMonmouthJunior6’1195
Harvard baseball competes against Merrimack on April 19, 2022 at O’Donnell Field.

Logan Bravo

IF HarvardSenior6’5215

Kurtis Byrne

PostionSchoolyear in schoolheightweight
CTexas ChristianSophomore6’0210

Kurtis spent last summer as the Whitecaps primary catcher. He returns to Brewster for the 2022 season after hitting .275 with the Horned Frogs in games through May 15th. He played in 47 games for TCU, starting in 45 of them. He pounded out 14 doubles and four home runs, driving in 35 teammates and recording a slugging percentage of .443. In 2021 as a COVID freshman, he played in 16 games, as as the starting catcher. He posted a robust .333 batting average, a .471 on bass percentage and a .556 slugging percentage.

Last summer for the Whitecaps, he started behind the plate in every postseason game en route to Brewster’s league championship. Byrne went 5 for 15 in the post season pounding out three doubles and recording three timely RBI, including one clutch game winner.

Virginia Tech Baseball vs Pitt Game 2

Carson DeMartini

IFVirginia TechSophomore6’0185
UCF Baseball

Alex Freeland

SSUCFJunior6’2200

Alex returns to Brewster for his second summer after helping the 2021 Whitecaps win the Cape League Championship last year. Freeland enjoyed a .286 batting average as of May 17th with UCF this spring. He played in 34 games, starting at shortstop in all of them. He had 34 hits including seven doubles and nine home runs, while driving in 32 runs for a .571 slugging percentage, second in the team.

In 2021, he was voted to the All-AAC tournament team. Freeland was an integral part of Brewster’s title run last summer, playing in 28 games betweeen the regular season and playoffs, scoring 16 runs. A native of Cape Coral, Florida he had a career .323 batting average and a .455 OBP, with 673 RBI at Mariner High School. He was No. 27 on the Perfect Game Top 500 list of incoming freshmen.

Doubleheader Delight

Javier Vaz stands in the box during game one of the doubleheader./Riley Raimondo By Maxwell Paul McLaughlin Brewster, M.A. – The Brewster Whitecaps had a much-needed…

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Fritz Genther

SS/2BUMASS LowellSenior5’8170
Harber, Parks
Georgia infielder Parks Harber (8) snags a grounder and funs to first to record and out against Arkansas during the SEC Tournament Tuesday, May 26, 2021, in the Hoover Met in Hoover, Alabama. [Staff Photo/Gary Cosby Jr.] Sec Tournament Arkansas Vs Georgia

Parks Harber

3BU of GeorgiaJunior6’3220

Harber had a stellar season this spring with the Bulldogs. He started in 41 games, as of May 10th, and recorded a .307 average with 43 RBI. He led his team with 32 runs and 51 hits. Parks had a standout game at LSU on April 30th, where he had four hits with two home runs. In his freshman season in 2021 he played 35 games, starting in 29, helping the team advance to the SEC tournament.

During his high school career at the Westminster School, Harber was named First Team All-State and 2018 Class 3A player of the year by the Georgia Dugout Club, as well as receiving All-Star Status from the Atlanta 400 club.

Rutgers Baseball 2021-2022, Piscataway, NJ. 10/03/2021 Photo by Steve Hockstein/HarvardStudio.com

Ryan Lasko

CFRutgersSenior6’0190

Lasko had a strong spring. As of May 10th, he started 45 games for Rutgers and led his team to victory multiple times with a .355 average, including 13 homeruns and 42 RBI. He had a season highlight during the series at Nebraska in April when he went 7 for 13 which included three home runs. He had five RBI during that series as well. In 2021 he was named Big Ten Freshman of the Week three times and was selected for the All-Big Ten Freshman team.

During high school he helped his team at Jackson Memorial to the championship game of the “Last Dance World Series” in 2020, and was named Second Team All-Shore in 2019.

Cameron Leary

OFBoston CollegeJunior6’0190

In games through May 10th, Leary started for the Eagles in 48 games. He batted .244, slugging .556 with 15 home runs and 40 RBI. He put on a show against Miami on March 11th when he hit two doubles and two home runs. He had another big day against Austin Peay when he drove in six runs.

In his 2021 freshman season, he had a standout game against Maine hitting two home runs with three RBI. In high school he played three years at St Anthony’s in New York, before finishing his high school career at P27 Academy.

Brennan Milone

IFOregon StateSenior6’1170

Whitecaps Shutout Y-D in Home Opener

By: Finn Riley Pitcher Brian Fitzpatrick (Rutgers). June 13, 2022/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 The Whitecaps rode a dominant performance from the pitching staff to win…

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Joaquin Monque

C/1BSouth FloridaSenior6’2210

Whitecaps seek third win in a row

By: Finn Riley USF catcher Joaquin Monque at the plate/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 After having Wednesday off, the Whitecaps look to extend their win streak…

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Caleb Pendleton

CFlorida Atlantic Junior6’2195

Jack Riedel

3BRiceJunior6’1190

Dylan Rogers (Released)

OFAppalachian State USenior6’1210

Michael Sirota

PostionSchoolyear in schoolheightweight
OFNortheasternFreshman6’2185

As a freshman with the Huskies, Mike started in 37 games (as of April 22) and was a monster offensively, racking up a team-best .326 batting average. He also led the team in doubles (14), homers (4) and slugging percentage (.511) and was second in hits (46) and walks (28).

At Frederick Gunn High School in Broad Channel, NY he was a Northeast First0Team All American. Sirota was drafted in the 2021 MLB Draft by the L.A. Dodgers. Interestingly, Sirota is the great nephew of New York Yankee legend Whitey Ford.

Grayson Tatrow

CFAbilene ChristianSenior6’4225

Whitecaps seek third win in a row

By: Finn Riley USF catcher Joaquin Monque at the plate/Riley Raimondo Brewster, M.A. 一 After having Wednesday off, the Whitecaps look to extend their win streak…

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