Ford Proctor, Eastern Reyes Del Tigre MVP
Starting with his four-hit effort on Opening Day back on July 10, it was clear Proctor was going to have a major impact on the Constellation Energy League. Proctor led the entire league in average (.346), on-base percentage (.500), slugging percentage (.679), runs (18), RBIs (21), triplesc (3), total bases (55) and was tied for the league lead in doubles (9). Proctor did this while also showing versatility around the diamond, playing shortstop, third base and second base. Proctor, who played collegiately at Rice, is currently a prospect within the Tampa Bay Rays organization.
Jamie Westbrook, Sugar Land Lightning Sloths MVP
It was rare to find a night in which Westbrook didn’t log a hit for the Lightning Sloths this season. Despite missing three games, he finished in a tie for third in the league with 25 hits. The former Arizona Diamondbacks and San Francisco Giants prospect finished tied for second in the league with 18 RBIs, tied for second with five home runs and tied for second with 47 total bases. He was a versatile piece in Lightning Sloths manager Greg Swindell’s arsenal, appearing in left field and center field, as well as second base.
Dustin Peterson, Team Skeeters MVP
The former big leaguer was the most consistent and one of the most potent bats in a Team Skeeters lineup that went on to win the Constellation Energy League Championship. Peterson finished second to Ford Proctor in the race for the CEL batting title, hitting .309. He led the league with 29 hits and finished tied for first with nine doubles. Peterson led Skeeters qualifiers with a .400 on-base percentage and finished behind just Courtney Hawkins on the team with a .500 slugging percentage. He also finished in a tie for second in the league with 47 total bases. Peterson appeared in the Majors with the Atlanta Braves in 2018 and Detroit Tigers in 2019.
Kody Clemens, Team Texas MVP
Clemens led his squad with three home runs while starting all but three games at second base. The Detroit Tigers prospect had six doubles, two more than any other player on his team, and also was fourth in the Constellation Energy League in two-baggers. Clemens’ .416 slugging percentage was second on Team Texas, trailing only his brother, Kacy (.474). Kody Clemens is currently rated as the Tigers’ No. 20 prospect, per MLB.com