Extremely limited issue from club in the Cape Cod League. Includes first-ever cards of:
Brett Wallace (Arizona State) One of nation's top hitters, Wallace will be a premium draft pick in 2008. First-team 2007 All-America selection by Baseball America.
Eddie Kunz (Oregon State) Named #7 pro prospect in 2006 Cape Cod League by Baseball America and #5 prospect by Perfect Game. Stands 6'6" and possess 95 mph heater.
Shooter Hunt (Tulane) Tabbed by Baseball America as the #9 pro prospect in the CCBL following the 2006 season. A transfer from Virginia, Hunt led the league in strikeouts (54 in 40 IP) and held opposing hitters to a .147 batting average.
Sam Demel (TCU) Named by Perfect Game as the #13 pro prospect in the CCBL following the 2006 season. He recorded 12 saves and was a league all-star.
Brad Chalk (Clemson) #17 pro prospect in 2006 CCBL according to Perfect Game. Hit .305 as lead-off hitter.
Warren McFadden (Tulane) Named by Baseball America as the #25 pro prospect in the CCBL following the 2006 season. Also slotted as #34 prospect by Perfect Game.
David Kopp (Clemson) Perfect Game labeled him the 36th-best prospect in CCBL.Checklist: 1 Ryan Anetsberger (Illinois State) 2 Aja Barto (Tulane) 3 Mitch Canham (Oregon State) 4 Brad Chalk (Clemson) 5 Jeremy Farrell (Virginia) 6 Taylor Harbin (Clemson) 7 Warren McFadden (Tulane) 8 Sean Morgan (Tulane) 9 Matt Nuzzo (Brown) 10 Andrew Walker (TCU Texas Christian) 11 Brett Wallace (Arizona State) 12 Stan Widmann (Clemson) 13 Sam Demel (TCU Texas Christian) 14 Kris Dabrowiecki (Northeastern) 15 Brandon Gomes (Tulane) 16 Shooter Hunt (Tulane) 17 David Kopp (Clemson) 18 Eddie Kunz (Oregon State) 19 Cory Luebke (Ohio State) 20 Joe Paterson (Oregon State) 21 Cory Riordan (Fordham) 22 Bobby Bramhall (Rice) 23 Brandon Copp (Northern Illinois) 24 Homer (Mascot) 25 Coaches (Jeff Trundy Ayers Forbes Hanson)