Boston College Athletics’ official page on Eagles in the Pros has not been updated since last year, but we here at STG make this a yearly event, anyway. For the third time, we’ll explore where the former members of the Boston College baseball team are as professional baseball has gotten underway for 2012.
Players are listed alphabetically.
Left BC: 2010
Current assignment: None
According to Minor League Baseball’s website and other sources, he was released by the Seattle Mariners organization in March of this year. He most recently played for the Single-A Clinton LumberKings.
In 2011, Anston had a .243 batting average with no home runs and 16 RBI.
Belfiore left Boston College as one of the best players on the team in his final season, and he continues to do respectably in the minor leagues. For Class A-Advanced Visalia, he has made six appearances out of the bullpen and pitched to a 2.38 ERA in 11.1 IP. Batters are hitting just .205 off of the former Eagle so far this year, and he’s compiled an impressive 17 strikeouts with just two walks.
Campbell has begun his third season with Binghamton by hitting .250 in thirteen games so far. One point to his credit is a high on-base percentage at .370, helping drive his OPS to a respectable .825. A righty, he is doing particularly well against left-handed pitching, hitting .339 off of southpaws early in 2012.
In 2011, Dean went from Class A to A-Advanced to Double-A, but is back in A-Advanced Fort Myers to begin 2012. Dean is being used as a starter, and so far this season, he is 0-1 with a 4.18 ERA. His first two starts of the season were good, combining for just 2 ER in 11.2 IP, but in his most recent two (including a Sunday no-decision), he has allowed 9 ER in 12 IP.
Dennhardt signed on with the Reds of the Arizona League but has not compiled any statistics, as the season is not only brief, it hasn’t even started yet. Rookie ball typically does not begin until around the summer solstice, but as of April 24, he is an active player in the Reds organization.