By: Fletcher Keel | WCTV Eyewitness Sports activities
February 8, 2019
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — Florida Condition reliever CJ Van Eyk is envisioned to play in the Cape Cod Baseball League this summer soon after the FSU season comes to a close.
According to CodBall, which addresses the CCBL, Van Eyk will fit up for the Falmouth Commodores, who have gained two of the previous 3 Western Division titles.
RHP CJ Van Eyk from @FSUBaseball is envisioned to pitch for @FalCommodores this summer. Van Eyk had a incredible 2018 season for the Seminoles, showing up in 19 online games and heading 7- with a 2.86 Era. The ACC All-Freshman Staff member struckout 71 in excess of 56.2 innings and had a .208 OBA.
— CodBall (@codball) February 8, 2019
The CCBL is regarded as the most prestigious summer baseball league for college or university athletes. The 2017 MLB season noticed 306 former Cape Cod players fit up in the majors.
Van Eyk was just one of the leading arms in the bullpen for the Noles in 2017, logging a 7- file and a 2.86 Era on his way to earning an ACC All-Freshman selection.
Luke Weaver is the most the latest Seminole to play in the Cape, taking part in for the Brewster Whitecaps in 2012.
Previous season, Falmouth went 24-19-1, earning a write-up season bid, heading 2-2 in the write-up season.
The Cape’s season begins on June 10 and concludes on August 10 with a 3rd activity, if needed, of the league’s championship series.