Coca Cola® Cape League Pitcher/Player of the Week: Woodcock and Senzel (VIDEO)

Jon Woodcock, Cotuit Kettleers Coca Cola Pitcher of the Week CCBL Photo/Sportspix

Jon Woodcock, Cotuit Kettleers
Coca Cola Pitcher of the Week
CCBL Photo/Sportspix

Coca Cola® Cape League Pitcher of the Week: Jon Woodcock, LHP – Virginia Tech — Cotuit Kettleers

Cotuit’s Jon Woodcock (Virginia Tech) turned in quite a standout performance on the mound this past week, earning him recognition as Coca-Cola Pitcher of the Week.

This past Tuesday, Wareham batters were no match for Woodcock, who kept the Gatemen off the board in seven innings of work. Woodcock struck out five players, allowed no walks and scattered just five hits to improve to 3-1. He has an enviable 0.98 ERA and 23 strikeouts this summer.

Originally from Ojai, California, the southpaw just completed his junior year at Virginia Tech. Woodcock finished the 2015 collegiate season with an impressive 3.73 ERA, striking out a team-high 69 opponents in 72 1/3 innings of work.

Nick Senzel, Brewster Whitecaps Coca Cola Player of the Week CCBL Photo/Sportspix

Nick Senzel, Brewster Whitecaps
Coca Cola Player of the Week
CCBL Photo/Sportspix

Coca Cola® Cape League Player of the Week: Nick Senzel, 2B/IF – Tennessee — Brewster Whitecaps

This week, the Whitecaps’ Nick Senzel (Tennessee) stood out from amongst his Cape League peers, proving once again he is the go-to guy when it comes to putting runs on the scoreboard. Despite Brewster’s loss to the Braves last Wednesday, Senzel helped put up a strong front against Bourne, racking up three RBI on two hits, including doubles in the sixth and eighth innings. Senzel carried the Whitecaps to victory in Sunday’s outing against Cotuit, collecting four hits with a double in the fifth and singles in the third, seventh and ninth innings. The Whitecap power hitter currently leads the league with a .369 batting average and 18 RBIs.

The University of Tennessee standout hails from Knoxville. Senzel, who will be a junior this fall, finished the 2015 season for the Volunteers with a .325 batting average and 65 hits.

– Contributed by Allie Souza, Cape Cod Baseball League intern. Edited by Sean Walsh, Capecod.com Sports Editor



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