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 2014 Falmouth Commodores Roster 

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Audie Afenir - C - Oral Roberts 

Afenir is a red-shirt junior at Oral Roberts.  He comes to the Commodores for his first season in the Cape Cod Baseball League.  After playing his first two collegiate seasons at Palomar College in San Marcos, CA, Audie moved on to Oral Roberts where he lost his 2013 season to injury.  After recovery, he bounced back this past season and started 51 games for ORU while recording 62 assists in the field.

Shaun Chase – C – Oregon 

Shaun is in his junior year at Oregon where he plays behind the plate for the ducks.  A native of Phoenix, AZ, in high school Shaun was named to the Class 5A Second Team as a senior, ranked as the 19th best prospect in Arizona by Perfect Game, and was also a gold medalist in the U16 USA National Baseball Team in 2009.  Last season, as a sophomore, Chase played in 29 games for Oregon and also started in four games in the NCAA tournament. Shaun will be an exciting player this upcoming season as he look to further develop his career in Falmouth.

Garrett Cleavinger - LHP - Oregon 

During Cleavinger’s freshman year at Oregon he was named a freshman All-American by Louisville Slugger and 2nd team All-American by the NCBWA. In the summer of 2013, he pitched 12 2/3rd innings for the Commodores posting 22 strikeouts.  Back at school Cleavinger picked up where he left off.  Garrett was named third team preseason All–American by Collegiate Baseball at the beginning of 2014, most assuredly due to his stout freshman season at school and sound summer season in Falmouth.  Garrett will look to carry this momentum into his second year with the Commodores.

Nick Cooney - LHP - Wesleyan University 

Nick Cooney is a Massachusetts native, growing up in Rehoboth, MA.  He now attends Wesleyan University in Connecticut.  Cooney is a big left handed pitcher that threw 3 complete games and tallied 6 wins this past season with Wesleyan.  During that same season, Nick also set the school single season record for strikeouts, punching out 87 batters in 73 1/3 innings.

Conor Costello - OF/RHP - Oklahoma State 

Costello is a transfer from Arkansas, where he has found a spot both pitching and hitting for the Oklahoma State Cowboys. Conor had a great year at Oklahoma State and looks to contribute any way he can to our team this summer.  A 16th round pick in the 2011 MLB Draft, Costello will sure be a great asset to this team, wherever he is on the field.

Steven Duggar - OF - Clemson University 

Steven has been a talented and highly sought after prospect since high school.  Rated the #1 positional player in South Carolina by Perfect Game while in high school, Duggar carried that momentum into college by being named a Freshman All-American by Baseball America.  He started 62 games in RF for Clemson his freshman year all while being an All ACC Academic Team Member.  After playing for Cotuit in the CCBL during the summer of 2013, Duggar will look to reflect his talent and teamwork on this year’s Falmouth squad.

Matt Eckelman - RHP - Saint Louis University 

Eckleman joins the Falmouth Commodores from Saint Louis University where he has just completed his sophomore season with the Billikens.  Matt has more than earned his way onto this year’s Commodores roster after posing a 7-2 record with a 1.63 era and 9 saves this spring.  As a freshman, Eckleman set a freshman school record with 27 appearances and four saves while also tallying 6 wins which was good enough for third most by a freshman in Saint Louis University history.  Matt is sure to have a positive impact on the Commodores this summer.

Chandler Eden – RHP – Oregon State  

Prior to having a nice spring with Oregon State, Eden pitched in 13 games last summer with the Marysville Gold Sox; working 33 2/3 innings, he struck out 36 batters with opponents batting only .211 against him and went 2-0 with a 1.87 ERA.  This lead to Chandler being named the top prospect of the Horizon Air Summer Series.  In high school, Eden was named Conference pitcher of the year in his senior season and was rated the No. 98 high school player in North America by Baseball America.  Chandler will take his talents to the Cape this summer to be a part of the Falmouth Commodores.

Matthew Eureste - SS/INF - San Jacinto 

Eureste was born in Houston, TX and played the last two seasons in the same state at San Jacinto College, standing out both in the field and at bat.  Matt is a versatile infielder who can play multiple positions while also portraying great composure at the plate.  In his sophomore year at San Jacinto he appeared in 43 games and finished the season with a .324 OBP and .645 OPS. We welcome Matt to the Cape this summer as he plays his first season in the CCBL.

Sam Gillikin - OF - Auburn 

In his first season with the Falmouth Commodores in 2013, Sam appeared in 30 games (including playoffs) with 24 hits, 5 doubles and 1 triple.  Gillikin has strong roots at Auburn where both parents and his brother graduated previously.  He is creating his own path there by making an impact in the outfield and at the plate for the Tigers.  The 33rd round pick by the Atlanta Braves in 2012, Gillikin is sure help out the Commodores again this season.

Conner Hale - 3B/1B - Louisiana State University 

Another Commodore veteran, Hale returns for his second summer in Falmouth.  Conner is a Junior College transfer to LSU from State College of Florida, a school where he excelled in baseball.  In 2013, his sophomore year, Hale batted .366 which earned him Suncoast Conference Player of the Year, 1st team all conference, and 1st team all state.  This past season with LSU, Conner started 55 games and hit .306.  Not just a star on the diamond, Hale was also a four year honor roll student in high school.

Matt Hall - LHP - Missouri State 

Matt was an All-Central Region pick by Rawlings in high school where he excelled on the mound pitching two no-hitters as a senior.  In 2013, as a freshman at Missouri State, Hall tallied 5 wins and ranked 21st in the nation in hits allowed per nine innings while holding hitters to a .192 batting average.  Last summer, Matt earned All-Star status with the West Coast League posting a 2.25 ERA with Walla Walla.  He is sure to have an impact with the Commodores this season as an important piece in the pitching rotation.

Matt Hollenbeck - LHP - Georgetown 

Matt grew up in Horsham, PA and has just finished his junior year at Georgetown where he has played in all three years for the Hoyas.  In his freshman campaign, Hollenbeck led all freshman on the team in ERA this past spring.  He won 5 games and posted a 3.18 ERA, in his best season to date at Georgetown, he also struck out 50 batters while only allowing 48 hits.  Matt will be a helpful left handed arm this summer as he brings his skills up to Cape Cod to join the Commodores.

Brad Labozzetta - RHP - Florida Gulf Coast University 

Brad joins the Commodores for his first summer on Cape Cod.  Labozzetta is a Marketing Major at FGCU while assisting the Eagles this past spring by contributing 23 innings in 15 appearances, striking out 27 batters and giving up only 18 hits.  In high school at Lakeland (FL), Brad was a two-time defensive player of the year and earned the opportunity to play in the FACA All-Star Game.  Labozzetta looks to continue his upward track in a burgeoning baseball career while helping Falmouth achieve it's ultimate goal of the CCBL Championship in 2014.

Jake Madsen - 1B - Ohio University 

Jake is a powerful left handed hitter at the plate who throughout his college career has been outstanding at the plate while also being a consistent fielder at first base.  In both of his first two seasons at Ohio University, Jake led the team in batting average while also playing in over 50 games.  This past spring, in his junior campaign for the Bobcats, Madsen started all 51 games and hit .322 at the plate.  The Commodores are excited to have the Jake's all around abilities on the team this summer.

Kevin McCanna - RHP - Rice 

McCanna returns for his second season with the Commodores in 2014.  His 2013 campaign for the Rice Owls saw him pitch in 16 games, making five starts as a true freshman.  During the summer of 2013 in Falmouth, Kevin posted a 2-2 record over 8 appearances while matching his collegiate numbers in starts.  The Woodlands High School (TX) graduate was selected as a first team All-State pitcher by the Texas High School Baseball Coaches Association and helped lead his high school team to the district championship.  We are looking forward to Kevin assisting Falmouth in trying to make it back to the CCBL Championship round.

Kevin Mooney - RHP - University of Maryland 

The second year Commodore rejoins the team this summer coming off of a sophomore season with the Terps where he has settled in nicely as the team’s preferred closer. As a freshman 2013, he was already looked to garner this role. In Kevin’s team high 28 appearances, the vast majority coming out of the bullpen, he posted an impressive 2.18 ERA while recording 33 Ks and 9 saves over 41.1 innings. While still at North Harford High School, Mooney was a four-year letter winner helping him to be named the ESPN/Gatorade Player of the Year in Maryland in 2012, and was ranked as the top pitching prospect in the state by Perfect Game USA. He graduated top-five percent in his class from North Harford in 2012.

Trever Morrison – INF – Oregon State  

Joining his OSU teammate, Chandler Eden, Morrison looks to be an asset to the Commodores this summer.  A left-handed hitter, Trever gets on base and shows some power.  That surely helped him get selected by the Boston Red Sox in the 36th round of the 2013 draft.  Morrison passed, however, and chose to attend Oregon State where he is majoring in pre-business.  Trever finished with a good season for the Oregon State Beavers and looks to build on that with a strong summer with the Commodores.

Ryan Moseley - RHP - Texas Tech 

Ryan is a classic example of a Texas All Star.  A standout in High School in both football and baseball, Moseley earned all conference and all state honors in both sports in his high school career.  A star as a hitter and a pitcher in high school, Ryan was named the No. 57 Texas high school prospect by Perfect Game his senior year.  His accolades did not go unnoticed as Ryan was drafted in the 36th round of the 2013 MLB Draft by the Tampa Bay Rays, but instead chose to attend Texas Tech.  Moseley has not let up since entering college as he posted 50 1/3 inning for the Red Raiders in his freshman season while allowing opposing hitters to bat only .201 against him.  After starring in the 2014 College World Series, Ryan has joined to Commodores for his first stint in the CCBL.

Casey Mulholland - RHP - South Florida 

Casey joins the Commodores this summer coming off of a junior season in which he carried a major workload for the Bulls of the University of South Florida. The tall righty logged 88.2 innings over 1 appearances.  Completing the year with a 3.65 ERA, Mulholland finished second on the team in strikeouts with 60.  He previously attended State College of Florida in 2013, and graduated high school from IMG Academies.

Donny Murray - RHP - Holy Cross 

Returning for his second consecutive summer on the Cape, Murray hopes to improve on already impressive Cape League resume.  The junior from Holy Cross posted an ERA of 2.45 along with 19 strikeouts over 22 innings for the Commodores last year.  This past spring, Murray tossed 44 innings with 33 Ks to go with a 6.55 ERA.  The Walpole, MA native attended BC High prior to Holy Cross.

Kevin Newman - SS/INF - Arizona 

The 2013 Cape Cod Baseball League Batting Champion returns to Falmouth this year looking for another impactful year with the club.  As a freshman in 2013, Newman started all 55 games at shortstop for the Wildcats.  He earned Louisville Slugger Freshman All-America honors in addition to being named to the PAC-12 All-Conference team.  Kevin was also one of only two freshman to be named a quarterfinalist for the Brooks Wallace Award as the best shortstop of the year.  Newman made a splash in the Cape League last summer earning a trip to the CCBL All-Star game and winning the batting title with a .375 average.  He is the only freshman in Cape League history to win the title.  Kevin is currently majoring in pre-business at Arizona.

Cameron O'Brien - C - West Virginia 

Another returning Falmouth Commodore, Cameron is looking to make even greater strides behind and at the dish for our team this summer.  At Northeast Texas Community College in 2013, O'Brien made just one error behind the plate while hitting eight doubles, one triple and three home runs in 43 games (42 starts).  Last summer, for the Commodores, Cameron had a .250 batting average with 15 hits, one double and 2 home runs.  O'Brien holds his high school record holder in doubles (53) and sacrifices (42) at Bishop Kelley High earning all-state honors.

Jared Price - RHP - University of Maryland 

Jared’s return marks his second season with the Falmouth Commodores. The sophomore right-hander from Pennsylvania boasted a 2-0 record last summer with the club, pitching 14.2 innings over 13 games and recording 11 Ks.  During his freshman season in 2013, Price made 23 appearances in relief posting an ERA of 5.92 in 24.1 innings while striking out 33.  Ranked by Perfect Game USA as the #4 player out of Pennsylvania, Jared was later drafted by the Mets in the 33rd round of the 2012 first-year player draft.  We know that Price is excited to rejoin our ballclub and try to help us achieve our goal of the elusive championship crown.

Nick Ramos - SS/2B - Indiana University 

Ramos, a switch hitting infielder, joins the Commodores this year from Indiana University.  As a freshman in 2013, Ramos was named to the Big-Ten All-Freshman team.  Coming of his sophomore spring, Ramos hopes to build on a sophomore campaign at school during which he batted .260 while belting a pair of homers in addition to knocking 44 hits.  He grew up in Tampa, FL and attended Plant High School.

Travis Stout - RHP - Jacksonville State 

Stout, a red-shirt sophomore, out of Jacksonville State University pitched exceptionally well this past spring and helped him earn a way on to the Commodores roster.  The righty tossed 39.2 innings with 29 strikeouts and an ERA of 1.82 which led his Gamecocks’ pitching staff.  A native of Smyrna, GA, Stout attended Hoy Innocents High School.  A tenacious competitor, Stout tends to find himself at the back end of games and will be looking to help anchor the Commodores’ late innings this summer.

Boomer White - OF - Texas A&M 

White is coming off of a sophomore season in which he led the Big 12 in hits with 84 over 66 games.  He posted a .315 batting average en-route to being named to the 1st-team All-Big 12 Conference squad.  In 2013, White was named a Louisville Slugger Freshman All-American and was named to the 2013 Big 12 All-Freshman team.  A graduate of Memorial High School and a native of Houston, TX, White brings an exciting set of tools to the Commodores’ outfield this year.  He recently transferred to Texas A&M.

Alex Young - LHP - Texas Christian University 

Young enters this summer following a sophomore campaign with the Horned Frogs of TCU in which he posted a 2.51 ERA over 43 innings with 40 strikeouts in 22 appearances, most of which came in relief.  The lefty from Hawthorn Woods, Illinois earned 2nd team Academic All-Big 12 honors this past season and was selected to the 2013 Big 12 All-Freshman team the previous season.  Alex is a graduate of Carmel Catholic High School.

Kyle Zimmerman - LHP - Wayne State 

The lefty pitcher joins the Commodores following his junior year at Wayne State.  This spring Kyle tossed 71.2 innings amassing 67 strikeouts in the process.  He started all 12 games he appeared in for the Warriors posting a 2.51 ERA.  The Frankfort, MI native was two way this spring also playing first base and posting a cool .337 average, but will see his work focused on the mound for the Commodores this summer.

 2014 Coaches and Staff 

Eric Zmuda - General Manager 

Eric was born and raised in Falmouth, MA.  After graduating from Falmouth High School, he entered the U.S. Army.  He served four years of active duty stationed in Natick, MA as well as Nurnberg, Germany.  As part of the 2nd Armored Calvary Regiment, he served in Operation Desert Shield/Storm in Saudi Arabia.  Eric and his wife Lisa are raising their two children, Justin and Amy in Falmouth where Eric has been involved in coaching for Falmouth Little League.   He has also served as a coach and board member for Falmouth Babe Ruth.  Eric serves the Commodores as a host parent, board member and was assistant GM prior to taking on his current role.

AJ Grosenbaugh - Assistant General Manager 

Andrew "AJ" Grosenbaugh is in his third season with the team. This is his first season in the role of Assistant GM under Eric Zmuda.  He began with the team as a General Manager's intern in 2012.  The Falmouth, MA native graduated from Falmouth High School in 2011 and currently attends Colorado College where he studies Mathematical Economics. He will be a senior this upcoming fall.

Jeff Trundy - Manager 

Jeff enters his 20th year with the Cape League and his 16th year as the Head Coach of the Commodores.   He was the Captain of the baseball team at the University of New Hampshire before moving on to earn his Master’s Degree from the University of Colorado.  It is in Colorado that Jeff spent some time as an assistant coach and has been coaching ever since.  Jeff received the Mike Curran Award naming him Coach of the Year for the Cape League in 2004.  In the off season Jeff is the head baseball coach at The Gunnery, a prep school in Washington, CT.  He has also served as a part time scout for the Toronto Blue Jays.  Coach Trundy was inducted into the Maine Baseball Hall of Fame in July 2013.  Jeff is joined each summer on the Cape by his wife Patti who enjoys watching the Commodores games.

Brad Stoll - Coach 

With his familiar cry "Rock Chalk Jayhawk", Brad returns for his 5th year as a coach for the Commodores.  Brad received his BS in Education from Kansas University in 1996.   He teaches adaptive physical education, serving students with special needs in the Lawrence KS public school system.  He also has been the head baseball coach at his alma mater since 2004.  His teams have placed 3rd in 2007, 2008, place 4th in 2011 and won the 6A state championship in 2009.  The Chesty Lions participated in the state tournament again in 2012. In 2009 Coach Stoll was named the Sunflower League and Kansas 6A Coach of the Year, as well as the Baseball Coaches of America Region 5 (7 state area) Coach of the Year.  In June of 2011, Brad was invited to participate in the evaluation and selection process for the 18u team for USA Baseball at the national training complex in Cary, North Carolina.  This team ended up taking the Gold Medal in the Pan Am Games in Columbia. Since 2001, Brad has served as a part time scout for the Milwaukee Brewers organization.  Brad is married to the beautiful Emili who teaches 1st grade.  He is proud father to 11 year old Jack and 8 year old Sam.

Mike Landry - Coach 

Mike comes back to the Commodores for his 3rd season as pitching coach, and brings with him extensive experience in the collegiate and professional ranks.  Landry played seven years of minor league baseball, has served as a bullpen catcher and batting practice pitcher for the Chicago White Sox, and was the bullpen coach for the Rockford Riverhawks of the independent Frontier League.  Landry earned his bachelor of arts in graphic design from Lewis University where he was a four year letter winner, served as a team captain, and was an All-Great Lakes Valley Conference nominee.  He later returned to Lewis to earn a Master's Degree in school counseling while he served as a graduate assistant baseball coach.  Most recently Mike served as volunteer assistant coach in 2011 for the Georgetown University Hoyas.  Mike now works in the off season at Wellesley public schools in Wellesley MA and serves as the director of coaching and player development for Lexington Little League in Lexington, MA.


Kellen Mitts - Coach 

Kellen returns to the Commodores in 2014 for the 2nd season.  He is a 2004 graduate of Skiatook High, currently living in Lakewood, CO.  Mitts played two seasons (2004-06) at Coffeyville Community College and finished his career as the school's all-time leader in wins and was a team captain.  Mitts then transferred to Emporia State (2006-08) and played two seasons serving as team captain and graduated in 2009 with a Bachelor's degree in General Studies.  Kellen was a Volunteer Assistant Coach at Emporia Regional App in 2010.  He then moved on to become the Volunteer Assistant Coach at Butler Community College Region VI App.  For the past three seasons Mitts has been an Assistant Coach at the Colorado School on Mines, where the team has made back to back conference tourney appearances in school history.

Donald E. O'Malley, M.D. - Team Physician 

Dr. O’Malley enters his 15th year as the team physician for the Falmouth Commodores. He trained at the Military Medical School in Bethesda, MD., and did his orthopedic training at Naval Hospital in Bethesda.  He served sixteen years in the Navy before coming to Falmouth.  Dr. O’Malley was the team physician at the U.S. Coast Guard Academy from 1994-1998.  He attended the Advanced Team Physician Course and has a close association with Dr. Tom Gill, Team Physician for the Boston Red Sox and New England Patriots.  Dr. O'Malley is Board Certified in the specialty of Orthopedic Surgery and Sports Medicine by the American Board of Orthopedic Surgery.  He is a Fellow of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons and the American College of Sports Medicine.

Karen Trait-O'Malley, MS, PA-C - Physician Assistant 

Karen begins serving the Commodores for her 8th year.  She received her undergraduate degree from Boston University and her Master’s Degree from Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences.   While at BU she was on a full athletic scholarship for woman’s lacrosse and played in the NCAA playoffs in 1999/2000.  Originally from Syracuse, NY, Karen was also a championship Irish Step Dancer and qualified for the World Championships in Ireland.  In addition to working with the Commodores, she is also an assistant coach for the girls’ varsity lacrosse team at Falmouth Academy.  She is a physical assistant working with Dr. O’Malley at Cape Cod Sports Medicine in Falmouth.

Laura Murphy, EdM, ATC, LAT - Athletic Trainer 

Laura enters her 4th season with the Commodores; she is originally from Boxborough, MA and a 2011 graduate of Endicott College in Beverly, MA with a Bachelor's Degree in Athletic Training. After graduating from Endicott, she went on to work at Emerson College in Boston, MA as a Graduate Assistant Athletic Trainer.  While at Emerson, Laura completed her Master's Degree in Health Education at Boston University.  She is currently an Assistant Athletic Trainer at Wheaton College in Norton, MA.  Laura is a certified member of the National Athletic Trainers’ Association and is a licensed athletic trainer by the Massachusetts Board of Allied Health.

Stephanie Mooney - Student Athletic Trainer 

Stephanie comes to the Commodores for the first time this summer; she is originally from Baltimore, MD and is currently attending California Baptist University where she will receive her Master’s in Athletic Training in 2015. Stephanie graduated from the University of Maryland, College Park in 2013 where she received her BS degree in Kinesiology.
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