Stockton Ports outfielder Brett Siddall and clubhouse manager Vic Zapien were named to the California League’s post-season All-Star team on Monday. Los Angeles Dodgers’ prospect D.J. Peters earned Player of the Year honors and Seattle Mariners’ prospect Nick Neidert was tabbed Pitcher of the Year.
Siddall began the season as a bench player, but he finishes as one of the league’s most productive hitters. The Oakland A’s 2015 13th-round pick is batting .315/.380/.510 with 18 homers through Monday. For the second half of the season, Siddall has paced the Cal League with a .359/.423/.583 line. Eleven of his 18 homers were hit during the second half of the season.
Zapien has been the clubhouse manager for Stockton for the past 11 seasons and has worked for the team for 12 years. This is the third time Zapien has been honored as the Cal League’s post-season All-Star as a clubhouse manager.
/ 1 week ago
Nick Martini made major league debut in midst of record-setting on-base streak, and he...
/ 2 weeks ago
Sheldon Neuse is off to a slow start with the Nashville Sounds, but he...
/ 3 weeks ago
Playing outside of Arizona for the first time since coming to the US, Lazaro...
/ 3 weeks ago
A renewed focus has Mitchell Jordan’s career trending in the right direction with the Beloit Snappers
Mitchell Jordan struggled in his first go-around in the Midwest League, but the right-hander...