2017 Blazers News

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Mayza promoted to Toronto Blue Jays
August 14, 2017

Tim Mayza Photo Courtesy of Toronto Blue Jays Organization

Tim Mayza Photo Courtesy of Toronto Blue Jays Organization Tim Mayza (Millersville, Quakertown Blazers, 2011) will be the sixth former ACBL player to make a MLB debut this season.

The Toronto Blue Jays purchased his contract from their triple AAA Buffalo Bisons franchise on Monday.

The 6-3, 220 lb. LHP was a 13th round selection of the Blue Jays in the 2013 MLB Draft.

Mayza posted a 0.93 ERA over 11 relief appearances and 19.1 innings at Buffalo.

He started this season with the AA New Hampshire Fisher Cats where he posted four saves and three holds in 33 innings.

Blazers lose to Allentown in championship series
August 6, 2017

The Allentown Railers won their third consecutive ACBL title by defeating the Quakertown Blazers 6-2 and 4-0 on Sunday before a large crowd in Memorial Park.

Rhett Jacoby (Moravian) and John Yocum (Rider) pitched outstanding games for the winners while Jared Melone (West Chester) topped the Railers offense with four hits and three RBIs in the doubleheader.

Mike Anastasia (NJIT) posted a solo home run for the Blazers in the opener while Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) added two hits. Nate Sides (Alvernia) had the only hit for the Blazers in the second game.

The Blazers finish their 34th season with a 21-17 record.

ACBL Championship series starts on Sunday at Quakertown
August 5, 2017

The Allentown Railers and Quakertown Blazers will play a doubleheader at Memorial Park on Sunday in Quakertown at 1pm as part of the final best-of-three series.

Allentown advanced to the finals by sweeping the North Jersey Eagles on Friday evening by the scores of 4-1 and 7-4.

Quakertown swept the South Jersey Giants on Thursday with a 10-9 win in the opener and a 2-1 win in the nightcap.

Game 3, if necessary, will be played on Monday August 7th at Allentown.

Blazers move into championship series with sweep
August 3, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers defeated the South Jersey Giants 10-9 and 2-1 on Thursday in Lindenwold, New Jersey to win the semifinal ACBL playoff series.

Tom Derer (NJIT) and Tom Nuneviller (East Stroudsburg) each hit home runs in the opener.

Derer had three hits while Nuneviller, Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) chipped in with two apiece.

Chris Kachmar (Lipscomb) notched the save in the opener.

Mike Anastasia (NJIT) hit a walk off single in the bottom of the ninth to score Blake Rapoport (Lehigh) and put the Blazers into the championship series against the winner of the Allentown and North Jersey series.

Mark Anderson (Lafayette), Chris Crookham (East Stroudsburg) and Derer combined to strike out nineteen Giants in the 2-1 Blazer win in the second game.

South Jersey Defeats Blazers
July 31, 2017

The South Jersey Giants overcame a 2-1 deficit with nine run rally in the top of the eighth inning to defeat the Blazers 10-2 on Monday evening.


Alec Craig (Chesnut Hill) had four hits for the Giants while Tom Nuneviller (East Stroudsburg) topped the Blazers with two hits.

The Blazers fall to 19-15 and close out the regular season at Allentown on Tuesday evening.

Blazers clinch third place with split
July 30, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers split a home doubleheader on Sunday with the North Jersey Eagles and moved into third place with a 19-14 record.

Alex Mack (St. Thomas Aquinas) and Mark Anderson (Lafayette) engaged in a pitching duel as the Eagles won the opener 1-0.

The second game was a different story as the Blazers posted 18 runs and 18 hits in a 18-4 victory.

Kadar Namey (Saint Joseph's) posted 5 RBIs with three hits including two doubles. Tom Derer (NJIT) and Danny Long (Monmouth) both had three hits while Nate Sides (Alvernia), JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) each chipped in with two hits.

James Spehrely (Bloomsburg) allowed two runs over six innings for the win.

Blazers Take Two from North Jersey
July 29, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers defeated the North Jersey Eagles on Saturday in Teaneck by the scores of 5-2 and 4-3.

Joe Peluso (West Chester) pitched a complete game in the opener to get the win.

Nate Sides (Alvernia ) and Blake Rapoport (Lehigh) both contributed two RBIs. Sides, Tom Nuneviller (East Stroudsburg) and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) each had two hits.

James Reardon (Bloomsburg) picked up the win in the second game and Chris Kachmar (Lipscomb) earned the save with 1.2 scoreless innings to close out the game.

Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) was the hitting star with four hits while Sides chipped in with two hits.

The Blazers are now 18-13 while North Jersey drops to 17-16-1.

Trenton edges Blazers 4-3
July 27, 2017

The Trenton Generals scored the winning run in the top of the ninth inning on an outfield overthrow of third base.

Jordan DiValerio (Saint Joseph's) only allowed one hit and an unearned run over the first six innings for the Blazers.

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) hit a two run home run for the Blazers while Nate Sides (Alvernia) and Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) chipped in with three and two hits respectively.

The Blazers are now 16-13 and competing for a playoff position.

Blazers, Railers Split 2
July 25, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers won the first game 7-4 while losing the second game 5-0.

Mike Anastasia (NJIT) posted a two run double and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) had two hits to lead the Blazers in the opener.

In thev nightcap Rhett Jacoby (Moravian) only allowed two hits over 7.1 innings to shut down the Blazers.

Jared Melone (West Chester) had four hits including two doubles to spark the Railers offense.

Blazers sweep the Ocean Gulls
July 22, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers defeated the Ocean Gulls 16-3 and 7-4 on Saturday in Quakertown.

Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Kadar Namey (Saint Joseph's) provided the offense in the opener.

Molloy had two hits and three RBIs in the second game including another home run. Blake Rapoport (Lehigh) and Tom Nuneviller (East Stroudsburg) each added two hits.

Levi Stoudt (Lehigh) received the win in the opener while James Reardon (Bloomsburg) posted the win in the second game.

The Blazers are now 15-11 on the season.

Quakertown holds on against Trenton 7-5
July 19, 2017

Dino Cattai (Chesnut Hill) worked his way out of a bases loaded jam in the top of the ninth inning to post the save as the Quakertown Blazers defeated the Trenton Generals 7-5 on Tuesday evening in Quakertown.

Mike Anastasia (NJIT) paced the Blazers offense with two hits and two RBIs. Blake Rapoport (Lehigh) had a two RBI single while Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) each added two hits.

The Blazers are now 13-11 while the Generals drop to 13-16.

Kaiser All Stars edge Wolff All Stars
July 17, 2017

The Kaiser All Stars were down 4-0 in the fourth inning but rallied with two runs in the fifth inning and three in the sixth to gain a 5-4 victory over the Wolff All Stars at Quakertown on Monday evening.

Tyler McAvoy (Seton Hall, North Jersey Eagles) lead the winners with a double and triple. Colby Smith (Elizabethtown, Jersey Pilots) chipped in with two hits.

Tom Ambrosino (Adelphi, Staten Island Tide) recorded the win while Jason Salva (Caldwell, North Jersey Eagles) posted the save.

Jared Melone (West Chester, Allentown Railers) topped the Wolff offense with two doubles while Carmen Scalfani (Rutgers, Trenton Generals) added two singles.

Blazers sweep Staten Island on walk-off hits
July 16, 2017

Nate Sides (Alvernia) hit a single off the left centerfield wall to score Danny Long (Monmouth) in the bottom of the ninth inning to give the Blazers a 4-3 win over the Staten Island Tide in the opener.

In the nightcap Matt Hand (Lehigh) singled to right center in the bottom of the tenth inning to score Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) and Nate Sides for a 12-11 victory.

Dino Cattai (Chesnut Hill) received the win in the first game and Tom Derer (NJIT) recorded a win in the second game.

The Blazers improve to 12-11 while Staten Island drops to 10-18-1.

Allentown defeats the Blazers 8-1
July 12, 2017

The league leading Allentown Railers put up four runs in the fourth inning on a three run home run by Chris Panzarella (Keystone) and solo shot by Chris Rebar (Kings) to break open a 0-0 tie.

Nate Sides (Alvernia) had three hits for the Blazers and improved his average to .517.

The Blazers host South Jersey on Thursday evening and drop to 10-11 on the season while the Railers are in first place with a 18-8 record.

Blazers lose on walk-off home run
July 11, 2017

The South Jersey Giants defeated the Quakertown Blazers 5-4 on a ninth inning two run walk off home run by Devin Ruiz (UNC-Greensboro).

Levi Stoudt (Lehigh) tosed five shutout innings to give the Blazers a 4-0 lead going into the sixth inning.

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell), Bill Hitman (California of Pa.), Mike Anastasia (NJIT) and Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) each had two hits for the Blazers.

Quakertown, Staten Island Split a Pair
July 8, 2017

The Staten Island Tide won the first game 6-4 behind the hitting of Jake Buser (Florida Tech) who had two home runs with three RBIs.

Mike Anastasia (NJIT) had two hits for the Blazers in the opener.

Matt Hand (Lehigh) lead off the 10th inning with a double and Tom Derer (NJIT) plated him with a single to give the Blazers a 10-9 lead.

James Reardon (Bloomsburg) pitched a scoreless 10th inning and received the win.

Derer, Hand, JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell), Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Bill Hitman (California of Pa.) all had two hits in the second game.

Blazers Top Allentown 3-2
July 4, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers edged the Allentown Railers 3-2 in front of a large crowd as part of Community Day in Quakertown.

Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) each had two hits for the Blazers and Mike Anastasia (NJIT) posted two RBIs.

Levi Stoudt (Lehigh) picked up the win and allowed two runs in six innings while James Spehrely (Bloomsburg) pitched a scoreless ninth for the save.

The Railers are now 13-6 while the Blazers improve to 9-8.

Mayza and Trivino promoted to AAA level
July 3, 2017

Tim Mayza Photo Courtesy of Toronto Blue Jays Organization
Lou Trivino Photo Courtesy of Oakland Athletics Organization

Tim Mayza Photo Courtesy of Toronto Blue Jays OrganizationLou Trivino Photo Courtesy of Oakland Athletics Organization LHP Tim Mayza (Millersville, Quakertown Blazers, 2011) and RHP Lou Trivino (Slippery Rock, Quakertown Blazers, 2011) have both been recently promoted to the AAA level in the Toronto Blue Jays and Oakland Athletics organizations respectively.

Mayza posted four saves with the New Hampshire Fisher Cats of the Eastern League before being promoted to the Buffalo Bisons of the International League.

Trivino had a 7-1 record with a 2.43 ERA in middle relief for the Midland RockHounds before going to the Nashville Sound of the Pacific Coast League.

Catcher/DH Alex Kowalczyk (Pittsburgh, Quakertown Blazers, 2013) and RHP Jim McDade (Millersville, Quakertown Blazers, 2012) are both doing well in the minor leagues also.

Kowalczyk is hitting .346 with six home runs and 24 RBI for the Hickory Crawdads, the Texas Ranger Class A affiliate in the South Atlantic League.

McDade, a 6-6 RHP, has not allowed an earned run in two starts with 14 Ks and no walks in 13.2 innings while pitching for the Tri-City Dust Devils, the short season class A affiliate of the San Diego Padres. McDade was promoted to the Padres Class A Full Season team, the Fort Wayne TinCaps on July 1st.

Blazers, Gulls Split a Pair
July 1, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers won the first game 4-3 behind the hitting of Danny Long (Monmouth) who had three hits including two doubles and a RBI.

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) posted two hits and a RBI also. Tom Derer (NJIT) received the win in relief.

Mike Ramirez (Rutgers-Newark) allowed only two hits and no runs over the first seven innings for the Gulls as they won the second game 7-3.

Kadar Namey (St. Joseph's) hit a two run double for the Blazers in the eighth inning.

The Blazers are now 8-8 and host the Allentown Railers on Community Day July 4 at 6pm in Memorial Park.

Blazers edge Allentown 4-3
June 27, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers edged the league leading Allentown Railers 4-3 on Tuesday evening.

Nate Sides (Alvernia) paced the Blazers with three hits and a RBI. Ryan Malloy (Lehigh), Matt Hand (Lehigh) and Bill Hitman (Cal-Pa.) each added a RBI.

James Spehrely (Bloomsburg) posted the win and Ross Mintzer (Rowan-Gloucester) notched the save.

The Blazers are now 7-7 while the Railers are 8-4.

Quakertown Defeats South Jersey 8-3
June 25, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers defeated the South Jersey Giants 8-3 on Sunday evening in Lindenwold.

Nate Sides (Alvernia) had three hits for the Blazers while Matt Hand (Lehigh) had two doubles and Danny Long (Monmouth) contributed a triple.

Mark Anderson (Lafayette) received the win in relief of Joe Peluso (West Chester).

The Blazers are now 6-7 while the Giants are 8-6.

Allentown Defeats Quakertown 9-4
June 22, 2017

The Allentown Railers defeated the Quakertown Blazers 9-4 on Thursday evening.


Jared Melone (West Chester) had three RBIs for the Railers including a two tun triple. Kardar Namey (Saint Joseph's) had two hits for the Blazers including a solo home run. Chance DiFebbo (Delaware) added two hits for the Blazers.

The Railers top the ACBL with an 8-3 record while the Blazers fall to 5-7.

Blazers top Railers 4-1
June 20, 2017

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) hit a two run home run and a RBI single to provide the offense as the Quakertown Blazers defeated the league leading Allentown Railers 4-1.

Jordan DiValerio (Saint Joseph's) picked up the win while Ross Mintzer (Rowan-Gloucester) posted the save.

Jared Melone (West Chester) provided the lone RBI for the Railers with a single to rightfield.

The Railers are 6-2 while the Blazers are now 5-6.

Allentown defeats the Blazers 7-5
June 16, 2017

Corey Webb (West Chester) hit a three run double in the bottom of the 6th to give the Railers a 6-5 lead and Jared Melone (West Chester) doubled in Webb with the seventh run.

Tyler Guidos ( Mansfied) closed out for the save.

JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell), Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) and Dino Cattai (Chesnut Hill) each had two hits for the Blazers.

The Railers top the ACBL with a 6-1 record while the Blazers fall to 4-6.

Lopez drafted in 13th round by the Indians
June 14, 2017
Angel Lopez drafted by Cleveland, 13th Round
Catcher Angel Lopez (Northampton CC, Quakertown Blazers, 2016, Allentown Railers, 2017) was selected by the Cleveland Indians in the 13th round of the MLB Draft on Wednesday. Lopez was an ACBL All-Star for the Blazers in 2016 and played briefly for the Railers before the draft.

At Northampton this spring he hit .411 with 14 home runs and 62 RBI as the Spartans advanced to the NJCAA Division III World Series. For two years in a row he was the EPAC Player of the Year and a First Team All Region selection.

Allentown defeats Blazers 7-1
June 13, 2017

The league leading Allentown Railers defeated the Quakertown Blazers 7-1 on Tuesday evening behind eight scoreless innings of pitching from Chad Cooperman (Bloomsburg).

Chris Rebar (Kings) topped the Railers with a three run home run while Jared Melone (West Chester) chipped in with two RBIs.

The Railers now have a 5-1 record while the Blazers drop to 4-5.

Quakertown splits DH with Jersey
June 11, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers won the first game 14-8 as Nathan Sides (Alvernia) and Tom Nuneviller (East Stroudsburg) each posted three RBIs. Sides, Nuneviler and Kadar Namey (Saint Joseph's) each had two hits in the opener.

The Blazers lost the second game 9-4. Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) hit a three run home run in the sixth inning and had four RBIs in the nightcap.

The Blazers are now 4-4 while Jersey has a 1-5 record.

Quakertown Blazers sweep the Jersey Pilots
June 10, 2017

The Quakertown Blazers came from behind to win both games of a doubleheader at Memorial Park on Saturday.

The Blazers posted four runs in the sixth inning of the first game to win 7-3. Kadar Namey (Saint Joseph's) had two doubles and Tom Derer (NJIT) posted a double and single to spark the offense.

Mark Anderson (Lafayette) pitched six innings for the win.

The Blazers then put up five runs in the eighth inning of the second game and won 8-7. JohnPaul Bell (Bucknell) and Ryan Malloy (Lehigh) had two run doubles in the big inning and Bell had three hits and three RBI in the nightcap.

The Blazers improve to 3-3 on the season while the Pilots drop to 0-4.

Curry, Cirillo and Sides named D-3 All-Americans
May 28, 2017

RHP Matt Curry (TCNJ, Trenton Generals, 2017), RHP Joe Cirillo (TCNJ, North Jersey Eagles, 2016-17) and Shortstop Nate Sides (Alvernia, Quakertown Blazers, 2017) were named to the ABCA/Rawlings D-3 All-American teams. Curry was a First Team selection while Cirillo and Sides were on the Second Team.

Curry posted a 9-0 record without starting a single game and notched seven saves to go along with a 0.82 ERA. Cirillo posted a 5-1 record in 85 innings. His 1.48 ERA ranked 11th nationally and his 0.97 WHIP was 32nd best in D-3. Sides topped D-3 nationally with 84 hits and his .433 average placed him 20th best in D-3.

ACBL Players Gather Patriot League Honors
May 20, 2017

OF Brett Smith (Bucknell, Quakertown Blazers, 2014) was selected as Defensive Player of the Year and named to the First Team of the Patriot League All Conference Team.

1B Anthony Critelli (Holy Cross, Jersey Pilots, 2014), OF Jacen Nalesnik (Lehigh, Allentown Railers, 2014-15) and DH Connor Donovan (Lehigh, Quakertown Blazers, 2014) join Smith on the first team.

Donovan also landed a spot on the second team as a starting pitcher along with RHP Levi Stoudt (Lehigh, Quakertown Blazers, 2017), 1B David Young (Lehigh, Jersey Pilots,2015; South Jersey Giants, 2016) and 2B Steven Cohen (Lafayette, Lehigh Valley Catz, 2015).

Rothmund and Beinlich among home run leaders
April 30, 2017

Michael Rothmund Photo Courtesy of Univ. of Illinois-Springfield Athletics
Nick Beinlich Photo Courtesy of Belmont Abbey Athletics

Michael Rothmund Photo Courtesy of Univ. of Illinois-Springfield AthleticsNick Beinlich Photo Courtesy of Belmont Abbey Athletics Michael Rothmund (Illinois-Springfield, Quakertown Blazers, 2015) and Nick Beinlich (Belmont Abbey, Lehigh Valley Catz, 2014) have both hit 20 home runs and are tied for second in the NCAA Division II statistics.

Rothmund, a 6-6 junior first baseman, is also ranked second in slugging percentage with an .839 percentage. He is hitting .369 with 55 RBIs as the Prairie Stars top the Great Lakes Valley Conference East Division and rank 10th in the Midwest Region.

Beinlich, a speedy RS-junior outfielder, leads off for Belmont Abbey and has a .387 average with 29 stolen bases. He is in the elite 20-20 club with 20 home runs and 29 stolen bases. The Easton Pa. native was named Conference Carolinas Player of the Year and his walk off 11th inning home run gave Belmont Abbey a win in the first round of conference playoffs. Beinlich went three-for-five on Saturday and the Crusaders advance to the Conference Championship game on Sunday.

Welhaf Tosses No-Hitter in Elon Victory
February 18, 2017

Robbie Welhaf Photo Courtesy of Tim Cowie PhotographyWelhaf Tosses No-Hitter in Elon Victory, Photo Courtesy of Tim Cowie Photography

Robbie Welhaf (Elon, Quakertown Blazers, 2016) put up an outstanding performance to start the 2017 season. The 2016 ACBL All-Star only faced 28 batters as he no hit Longwood in a 7-0 win for the Phoenix. In nine innings he struck out eight with one walk and a hit batter. The senior RHP threw 100 pitches, 66 for strikes.

Another former ACBL All-Star, Karl Blum (Duke, Trenton Generals, 2015-16), also had an outstanding 2017 debut as the Blue Devils lost to #8 Oregon State 6-3 on Friday. The 6-5, 230 lb. senior allowed only an infield single in four scoreless innings of relief.

Bob Barnett receives academic honors
January 28, 2017
Bob Barnett receives academic honors
Photo Courtesy of Widener University Athletics

The Blazers are proud to announce that Bob Barnett (Widener, Quakertown Blazers, 2016) has been named Baseball Player of the Year on the Philadelphia Inquirer 2015-16 Academic All-Area team.

The speedy centerfielder was an ACBL All-Star in 2016. Barnett is a senior at Widener University majoring in engineering.

Outfielder Greg McDonough (Widener, Quakertown Blazers, 2015) was named to the Academic All-Area team as a senior majoring in finance.

Mayza invited to Toronto Blue Jays spring training
January 24, 2017
LHP Tim Mayza (Millersville, Quakertown Blazers) invited to Toronto Blue Jays spring training
LHP Tim Mayza has been assigned to the Toronto Blue Jays major league training site as non-roster invitee. Mayza posted a 2-0 record with four saves and a 1.66 ERA at Dunedin (Toronto, High A) and followed this with a successful season the the Arizona Fall League where his fastball topped out at 97 MPH. Mayza is one of four former PSAC and Blazer players who excelled in the minors last season.

RHP Lou Trivino (Slippery Rock, Quakertown Blazers) had a 2.45 ERA with a save at Midland (Oakland A's, AA) after being promoted from Stockton.

Infielder Dylan Tice (West Chester, Quakertown Blazers) moved up three levels and finished at West Palm Beach (St. Louis Cardinals, High A) with a .288 average.

RHP Jim McDade (Millersville, Quakertown Blazers) posted a 5-1 record with a 1.59 ERA and 0.91 WHIP in the Arizona Rookie League for the San Diego Padres.


Vogelsong signs with Minnesota Twins
January 13, 2017

Vogelsong signs with Minnesota Twins

Photo Courtesy of Gene J. Puskar | Associated Press

Ryan Vogelsong (Kutztown, Quakertown Blazers) has signed a minor league contract with the Minnesota Twins and has been invited to Major League Spring Training.

Vogelsong, 39, has 12 seasons of big league experience with the Giants and Pirates and this will be his first entry in the American League as he contends for a spot in the starting rotation. Vogey was an All-Star in 2011 and won World Series titles with San Francisco in 2012 and 2014.

Former ACBL players Zac Granite (Seton Hall, Staten Island Tide) and Aaron Slegers (Indiana, Riverhead Tomcats) will join Vogelsong at the Twins Major League Spring Training camp in Fort Myers.

Granite, a speedy centerfielder, was the Twins' Minor League Player of the Year after putting up big numbers at AA Chattanooga which included 55 stolen bases.

Slegers, a 6-10 RHP, went 10-7 at Chattanooga with a 3.41 ERA in 145 innings.


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2017 ACBL Standings

 WLTPCT
Allentown23900.719
South Jersey251000.714
Quakertown191500.559
North Jersey181710.514
Trenton161900.457
Jersey142200.389
Staten Island132210.375
Ocean102400.294
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07/16Staten Island W 4-31:00 PM
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07/18Trenton W 7-57:00 PM
07/22Ocean W 16-31:00 PM
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07/30North Jersey L 1-01:00 PM
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07/31South Jersey L 10-27:00 PM
08/03@South Jersey W 10-95:00 PM
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