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May 29, 2017

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Joe

The DJ has a nice write-up on Panther ballplayers extending their careers on the diamond:

With the start of the Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft Monday evening, Burlingame baseball manager Shawn Scott’s seven years at the helm of the Panthers comes full circle.

When Scott took over the team in 2011, he had a trio of future Division I players in his midst in Vince Arobio, Phil Caulfield and Grant Goodman. Arobio and Goodman would immediately make the DI jump out of Burlingame, both as pitchers, with Arobio growing into a closer at University of the Pacific while Goodman earned a weekend starting rotation spot at University of San Francisco.......

Now, after finishing third in the West Coast Conference batting race with a .362 batting average — currently ranking No. 68 in the nation — Caulfield has proven a top-flight table setter. And it is now a realistic possibility he will garner interest in this week’s MLB draft.

- See more at: http://www.smdailyjournal.com/articles/sports/2017-06-13/burlingames-phil-caulfield-proves-legit-on-division-i-baseball-stage/1776425181718.html#sthash.N91RloVZ.dpuf

Cathy Baylock

Congratulations to Phil Caulfield drafted by the Washington Nationals in the 32nd round!

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