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The Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League is proud to announce the rosters for the 2015 PGCBL All-Star Game. 

The 2015 PGCBL All-Star Game is scheduled to take place on Monday, July 20, 2015, at Veterans Memorial Park in Little Falls, New York. The game will feature all-stars from the PGCBL East taking on the all-stars of the PGCBL West and is sponsored by Price Chopper

Keith Griffin, the 2012 PGCBL Coach of the Year, and current head coach of the Amsterdam Mohawks will lead the PGCBL East All-Stars. Chris Haynes, the head coach of the Newark Pilots, will guide the PGCBL West All-Stars.

"More than two dozen of the All Stars in our two previous games have been drafted by MLB or are now playing professionally, “ said PGCBL President Jeff Kunion.  "The All-Star Game program gives our fans an opportunity to watch our top players go through their workouts for pro scouts.  The game, the HR Derby and the scout day activities makes this a special event for all in attendance."  

Here are the rosters for each team:

East Division




Zach Logue (Kentucky) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Nick Cioffi (Towson) - Albany Dutchmen

Tyler Ehlers (Colorado Mesa) - Glens Falls Dragons

AJ Carkner (Pikeville) - Saugerties Stallions

Anthony Herrera (Louisiana-Monroe) - Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs

Zachary Vennaro (Monroe CC) - Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs

Kyle Smith (NC State) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Mike Reitcheck (Penn) - Albany Dutchmen

Cameron Churchill (Nova Southeastern) - Glens Falls Dragons

Fernando Guerrero (Marshall) - Amsterdam Mohawks




Scott Manea (NC State) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Chris Reynolds (Manhattan) - Saugerties Stallions




Riley Mahan (Kentucky) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Dylan Sprague (Fairleigh Dickinson) - Saugerties Stallions

Thomas Walraven (New Haven) - Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs

Joe Venturino (Ramapo) - Saugerties Stallions

Mark Powell (Bucknell) - Glens Falls Dragons

Justin Yurchak Wake Forest/Binghamton) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Brendan Tracy (Fairfield) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Zach Remillard (Coastal Carolina) - Albany Dutchmen

Sam Machonis (Florida Southern) - Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs




Hunter Tackett (Auburn) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Clint Hardy (Augusta State) - Saugerties Stallions

Tyler Kirkpatrick (Marist) - Amsterdam Mohawks

Ryan Hooper (UC Davis) - Glens Falls Dragons

Troy Scocca (Fairfield) - Mohawk Valley DiamondDawgs


West Division




Tom Fazzini (La Salle) - Adirondack Trail Blazers

Kyano Cummings (Siena) - Elmira Pioneers

Logan Harasta (Buffalo) - Newark Pilots

Michael Messier (Bellarmine) - Utica Brewers

Luke Tomcyzk (Monroe CC) - Victor RailRiders

Vinny Martin (Iona) - Newark Pilots

Collin Gee (Oakland) - Utica Brewers

Chris Kemp (Indiana University-Southeast) - Victor RailRiders

Justin Lewis (Kentucky) - Elmira Pioneers

Mitch Patishall (Cincinnati) - Victor RailRiders




Josh Lovelady (Mississippi State) - Elmira Pioneers

Brad Jones (Florida Tech) - Adirondack Trail Blazers




Christian Santisteban (Manhattan) - Elmira Pioneers

Evan Fernandez (Jacksonville) - Victor RailRiders

Tommy Mirabelli (Kansas) - Elmira Pioneers

Chris Kwitzer (Buffalo) - Adirondack Trail Blazers

Willy Yahn (UCONN) - Newark Pilots

Ryan Cox (Kutztown) - Utica Brewers

Cody Wiktorski (St. John Fisher) - Newark Pilots




Kyle Schade (St. Andrews) - Utica Brewers

Will LaRue (Xavier) - Elmira Pioneers

Rob Perteet (Samford) - Elmira Pioneers

Brady Acker (George Mason) - Victor RailRiders (Replaced by teammate Dale Wickham of Cornell)

Mark Cardinalli (UC Davis) - Victor RailRiders

Mark Martin (Le Moyne) - Newark Pilots

Kyle Norman (San Francisco) - Newark Pilots


Broken down by team:

Adirondack: 3

Albany: 3

Amsterdam: 9

Elmira: 7

Glens Falls: 4

Mohawk Valley: 5

Newark: 6

Saugerties: 5

Utica: 4

Victor: 6

The rosters for each team were voted on by the 10 head coaches in the PGCBL.

“This is truly a night not to be missed by baseball fans of all ages in the Mohawk Valley,” said Mohawk Valley Owner Travis Heiser. “If you love baseball, Veterans Memorial Park will be the place to go to see tomorrow’s stars today. We're incredibly excited for Monday's festivities and are so blessed to have Price Chopper as a great sponsor. 

To see who will be participating in the 2015 Home Run Derby, go here: http://pgcbl.com/news/index.html?article_id=1836

The PGCBL is affiliated with Perfect Game USA, the largest independent scouting service in the country.  This year, more than than 1,250 professional players have either worn the uniform of a PGCBL team or participated in a Perfect Game USA event.

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