BOWIE, Md. - The Bowie Baysox and the Eastern League of Professional Baseball Clubs announce today that Baysox catcher Caleb Joseph has been named to the 2013 Eastern League Season Ending All-Star Team as the utility player. The team is voted on by Eastern League managers and coaches, sportswriters, radio and television broadcasters and other members of the media.
Joseph leads the league in total bases (242), is second in RBI (94) and hits (148), fourth in extra base hits (52) and tied for fourth in home runs (20). The Baysox career games played leader (422) is currently batting .298 and he leads the team in home runs, runs batted in, hits, doubles and total bases. He also participated in the Eastern League All-Star Game in July and was named the Eastern League Player of the Week for the week ending June 16.
Joseph is the first Baysox player to be named to the season ending All-Star team since designated hitter Joel Guzman and second baseman Ryan Adams received the honor in 2010.
The complete 2013 Eastern League All-Star Team is:
1B: Allan Dykstra, Binghamton
2B: Hernan Perez, Erie
3B: Mark Minicozzi, Richmond
SS: Danny Santana, New Britain
C: Josmil Pinto, New Britain
OF: Alex Dickerson, Altoona
OF: Javier Herrera, Richmond
OF: Carlos Moncrief, Akron
DH: Jesus Aguilar, Akron
UTL: Caleb Joseph, Bowie
RH Starting Pitcher: Anthony Ranaudo, Portland
LH Starting Pitcher: Jack Snodgrass, Richmond
Relief Pitcher: Jeff Walters, Binghamton
Baysox Baseball - We'll Knock Your 'Sox Off. The Baysox 2013 regular season and 20th season of baseball at Prince George's Stadium ends tonight. Parking is free at every Baysox home game and tickets are still available at the Box Office.