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Richmond RiverRats

The Richmond RiverRats are a collegiate summer baseball team based in Richmond, Indiana. They are a member of the summer collegiate Prospect League.

The RiverRats play at the 1,787-seat Don McBride Stadium.

Contents

  • Seasons 1
  • Players of the Year 2
  • Current Roster 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Seasons

Year W-L PCT Place Postseason
2009 26-28 .481 4th East --
2010 30-26 .536 3rd East --
2011 26-30 .464 5th East --
2012 33-26 .559 3rd East --
2013 24-36 .400 5th East --
Total 139-146 .488 -- --

Players of the Year

Year Winner Team
2009 Tyler Bullock (C) Richmond River Rats

Prospect League Batting Title: Joseph Villegas, OF - .363

2009 East Post Season All-Stars

  • 1B- Garrett Stephens
  • 3B- Tim Pitro
  • RF- Joseph Villegas
  • C- Tyler Bullock

Current Roster

The RiverRats’ roster consists of players who have been enrolled in college during the spring term before the summer season and who have remaining college eligibility.[1]

References

  1. ^ "About the Prospect League." Prospect League. 2011. Retrieved on 27 July 2011.

External links

  • Richmond RiverRats



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