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PHILADELPHIA- PA. - Assumption College senior outfielder Derek Migrants and Franklin Pierce University junior pitcher Jose Macias have been named the East Region Player of the Year and East Region Pitcher of Year respectively as the 2010 Daktronics Baseball All-East Region team has been announced.
Migrants, the 2010 Northeast-10 Conference Player of the Year
and First Team All-Conference selection, started all 48 games for Assumption
this season as he
led the conference in hitting through the regular season with a .425 batting average.
Migrants collected 79 hits throughout the year and in the process became the all-time leader in Greyhound history with 268 career hits.
Migrants finished the season with a slugging percentage of .640, an on-base percentage of .469 to go along with 18 doubles and 44 runs scored.
The Ayers, Massachusetts native is a four-time All-Conference selection, earning third team honors as a freshman, second team as a sophomore and first team the past two seasons.
, the 2010 Northeast-10 Conference Pitcher of the Year
and First Team All-Conference selection, led the Ravens pitching staff this year compiling an impressive 8-0 record and a 0.93 earned run average during the regular season.
The Bronx, New York native has surrendered only 35 hits, 11 runs (7 ER), struck out 95 batters in 68 innings of work.
Macias ranks seventh overall in Division II in total strikeouts and is third in hits per nine innings.
0.93 earned run average is the second lowest amongst all Division II pitchers.
also threw a no-hitter vs.
In addition to Migrants (Northeast-10 Player of the Year) and Macias (Northeast-10 Pitcher of the Year), C.W. Post outfielder Zack Graczyk and Dowling pitcher Gabriel Duran were named the East Coast Conference (ECC) Player of the Year and ECC Pitcher of the Year respectively.
Daktronics Northeast Region Pitcher of Year: Jose Macias, Franklin Pierce University
Franklin Pierce University
Fredericksburg.com - Surging Cubs Bounce Past Diamondbacks 4-3
Chicago Cubs' Jose Macias crosses the plate for the winning run as Arizona Diamondbacks catcher Chris Snyder waits for the throw during the ninth inning Friday, July 29, 2005, in Chicago.Macias scored on a single by Aramis Ramirez to win the game 4-3. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)
raced around from second base and easily beat the throw from Luis Gonzalez for Chicago's fifth win in seven games.
Rookie Matt Murton sacrificed pinch-runner Ronny Cedeno to second, Macias
followed with a walk and pinch-hitter Michael Barrett singled to left to drive in the tying run.
Murton tripled with one out in the fourth, but was stranded at third after Macias
flyed out to center, Blanco was walked intentionally and Prior popped to second.
Chicago Cubs @ Bare Baseball - Baseball MLB Blog: December 2005
Ohman and Cubs outfielder Jose Macias were at the gates two hours before game time, but because fans weren't entering Wrigley Field that early, the two went outside the ballpark to gather donations.
pitch to fans approaching Wrigley on Sheffield Avenue."I told them to help the people who were in trouble from Hurricane Katrina," Macias
Neifi Perez has committed to the Dominican Republic team and Jose Macias
would play for Panama.
, 33, batted .254 for the Cubs
, but was primarily used off the bench.The versatile Macias
can play second, third and any outfield spot.
...The Cubs had designated utility player Jose Macias for assignment when they acquired reliever Bob Howry.
:: The Gun Journalism ::
In other news, Jose Macias the starting center fielder for the Cubs for the time being.