Cameron Chee-Aloy Wins MVP Award at CPBL All-Star Weekend, News, 15U (Terriers Baseball)

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Submitted By Dan Thompson on Monday, September 28, 2020
* Picture - Oakland A's Scout Matt Higginson presents Cameron Chee-Aloy with MVP Award

The top baseball talent in the province assembled in Dorchester Ontario this past weekend for a three game All-Star series. ‎The players competing were selected by a contingent of  pro scouts.

When the dust settled Sunday afternoon Terriers center fielder Cameron Chee-Aloy walked away with MVP honors.

Pretty impressive for a 16 year old competing against several players that are two years his senior,and are targets in the 2021 MLB Draft. A few have also committed to NCAA D1 programs. 

Cameron smashed two home runs, a double and went 5-11 (.455) at the plate. That was good for 6 RBI. He also swiped two bases. 
In the outfield Cameron ran down several balls that were hit in the gaps and over his head. His plus speed and cat like instincts made those difficult plays look routine. ‎He also possesses a live upper 80s arm. 

Congratulations Cameron on an outstanding weekend. 


‎Several other Terriers also had an impact at the event. Catcher Colin Cymbalista flashed a great arm from behind the plate, had a hit and 2 RBI.

RHP Matt Brown fired three excellent innings Friday afternoon. ‎He struck out three and did not walk a batter. His blend of three plus pitches ( FB 88 SL 80 CH 76) generally resulted in weak contact. 


Lefty Jordan Woods worked three innings of his own on Saturday. He topped at 86 MPH and struck out six. 


Righthander ‎Dylan Oborne also pitched three innings, working his fastball up to 87 MPH. Crafty lefty Rhys Montgomery allowed just one hit and got six outs while Andre Wojtarowicz wrapped up Sunday afternoon with two quality innings, allowing just one hit and lighting up the radar guns at 89 MPH from the left side.


Continued success to all.

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