Westwood's Sheehan Top Winner for Brockton Rox
The Brockton Rox captured the fourth and final playoffs in their first season in the New England Futures Collegiate Baseball League.
For the Brockton Rox, their first season inn the New England Futures Collegiate Baseball League ended with a two-game series sweep at the ends of the Nashua Silver Knights.
The Rox, whose season ended on Aug. 13, made a late season run to claim the fourth and final playoff spot in the league by finishing with a 29-23 record.
Norton High head baseball and football coach Ted Currie was an assistant head coach for the Rox.
Here's how the local Rox players did this summer:
Westwood-John Sheehan, relief pitcher, 6-1 (most wins of the team), 21 games, 32 innings, 23 hits, seven runs, five earned runs, 43 strikeouts, nine walks, three saves and a 1.41 earned run average.
Norton-Sean Ryan, outfielder, .356, going 64 for 180 with 10 doubles, 25 RBI and 19 stolen bases.
Norton-AJ Bashaw, relief pitcher, 0-1, seven strikeouts and eight walks with a 2.76 earned run average.
Stoughton-Stephen Pike, starting pitcher, 1-0, four strikeouts, four walks with a 3.65 earned run average.
Mansfield-Rhett Wiseman, outfielder-.224 batting average, going 41 for 183 in 48 games, three homers, three RBI and 13 steals.