This past Sunday (July 14, 2019) the 2019 South Florida Collegiate League All-Star Game took place at Florida Atlantic University, showcasing over 70 players of the league’s top talent between two teams, the North and South. The day began with each position player in attendance going through pregame batting practice on the field followed by infield/outfield before the game. The Snappers stars were out and C Luis Chavez (FIU) shined the brightest. His two hits and RBI earned him the games MVP honors. Also playing in the game was SS Derek Cartaya (FIU) MIF Francisco Urbaez (FAU) C Luis Aviles (Tulane) RHP Corey Martinez (WPU) LHP Emmanuel Fernandez (Santa Fe) OF Marcos Sevillano (Seminole). All-Star reserves LHP Gus Carter (FGCU) RHP Nelson Smith (Palm Beach St) LHP Gavin Gillespie (Palm Beach St)
Below are prospects from the All-Star Game who stood out either during the workout portion or the game. Following the prospect breakdown is a full list of each pitcher that threw in the All-Star Game along with their velocity range for the inning they threw:
C Luis Chavez (Snappers)
Florida International University. Chavez would eventually walk with MVP honors, as his RBI double which was laced deep into the left-center field gap proved to be the winning run driven in. Chavez shows a present feel for the barrel and during batting practice barreled it multiple times for hard line drives into the gaps. Confident approach and shows above average bat speed from the right side of the plate.
OF Marcos Sevillano (Snappers)
Seminole State. Sevillano stood out during batting practice where he showed a confident, relaxed approach from the left side, going gap-to-gap with ease. Works in rhythm with his swing with a feel for the barrel. Sevillano has an athletic, 5-foot-11, 185 pound frame and has shown to be an above average runner as well.
RHP Corey Martinez (Snappers)
LHP Emmanuel Fernandez (Snappers)