The 2020 Maryland Eastern Shore baseball program has some new faces that will help the Hawks attempt to be one of the top teams in the MEAC conference. The Hawks graduated 3 seniors, and have 23 returning players from the 2019 squad. The Hawks will have nine freshman joining the roster, which means the team, will be more experienced than in previous years. The goal for the season is to lean on experience on the mound to win games. The team will have some experienced junior college players, along with quality veterans that will help in the development of their youngsters.
The Hawks will have three solid starting pitchers with a couple relief pitchers that will help with stability on the hill. The Hawks will also have returning experience in both the outfield and middle infield positions. Maryland Eastern Shore will have a solid core of returning players with the hopes that the younger more inexperienced players will provide depth and quality play when their number is called.
Hawks returning pitchers will provide experience for the younger players toeing the rubber. Dwayne Marshall, Marty Tolson, and Caleb Walston will head up the pitching rotation. Dillon Oxyer will provide talent and experience at the shortstop position, with Avery Tunnell, Blake Coleman, Devynn Hancock and Brian Cordell providing experience in the outfield.
Evan Nibblett (Del Tech CC)—Pitcher
Blake Rebstock (Anne Arundel CC)—Pitcher
Andrew Revels (Anne Arundel CC)—Infielder
Cory Joyce (Neshaminy HS)—Infielder
Chris Martin (Saint Maria Gorretti)–Infielder
The Hawks will need to be solid defensively and capable of scoring runs. So far Fall ball is providing enough of that.