Thursday, July 21, 2022

HockomockSports.Com: 2022 - Baseball Awards recognize Goode, Jette, Mucciarone, Raider, Gerety


Chris Goode – Franklin – Outfield
Franklin senior Chris Goode capped his career with another stellar season with the Panthers, leading the squad to another Kelley-Rex division title and an appearance in the D1 State Championship game. During the season, Goode hit 0.383 and was among the league leaders with 31 hits. He was also among the league leaders in runs scored (23) and finished second in the Hock in the regular season with 24 RBI. “Chris has arguably been one of the most complete players in our league the last two years,” said Franklin head coach Zach Brown. “He can impact a game in so many ways. Defensively he is outstanding and offensively he is dynamic. He can hit for average, power, steal bases, drive in runs, and score runs. We are going to miss Chris and his countless contributions, Merrimack College is getting a good one.”

Jacob Jette – Franklin – Pitcher
Franklin senior Jacob Jette was once again one of the best pitchers not only in the Hockomock League but in the entire state, helping the Panthers win another Kelley-Rex division title and reach the Division 1 State Championship game. During the regular season, the left-hander dominated opponents this season with an 8-2 record, posting a 0.98 ERA in 57.1 innings, striking out 62 with just eight earned runs allowed all season. “Jacob has been our “ace” for the last two seasons and has been the model of consistency,” said Franklin head coach Zach Brown. “Just a tremendous leader and ultimate competitor. The bigger the games the better Jacob performed. Excited to follow Jacob as he continues his career at UMass-Lowell.”

Alfred Mucciarone – Franklin – Pitcher
Franklin junior Alfred Mucciarone had another stellar season on the bump, leading the Panthers to another Kelley-Rex division title and an appearance in the Division 1 State Championship game. Coming off an impressive sophomore season, Mucciarone established himself as one of the best pitchers in the Hockomock League this year. During the season, the right-hander went 6-1 with a 2.05 ERA, walking just six batters while striking out 56 in 54.2 innings of work. “Alfred has been at the top of our rotation the last two seasons but really elevated his game this season,” said Franklin head coach Zach Brown. “He really has explosive stuff and is only getting better. We cannot be more excited to have Fredo back for one more season. Alfred really emerged this year as a team leader. He is a fierce competitor on the mound the really enjoys the bright lights! Thrilled to have him back for one more season before he heads off to UMass Lowell.”


Evan Raider – Franklin – Infield
Franklin senior Evan Raider might have been the ‘Breakout Player of the Year’ after a stellar season for the Kelley-Rex champions and Division 1 State finalists. Raider jumped right into the heart of the Panthers’ lineup and delivered all season long, He finished the season hitting 0.357 with 99 plate appearances, and almost half (13) of his 30 hits were extra bases. He had a team-high 28 RBI, drew nine walks, and scored 14 runs. “Evan had a breakout senior season and became one of the top run producers in the league,” said Franklin head coach Zach Brown. “Evan batted cleanup for our lineup the entire season and really lengthened our lineup. Evan was another player that really elevated his game against tough competition and was another great leader for our program. “

Ryan Gerety – Franklin – Outfield
Franklin junior Ryan Gerety was once again one of the best outfielders in the Hockomock League and continued to pace the best offense in the league from the leadoff spot. He was among the best in the league with 25 hits, finishing second during the regular season in runs scored. He hit 0.296 for the year with 10 extra-base hits, walked 14 times, drove in 12 runs, and scored 28 times. He was also stellar in the outfield with just two errors all year. “Ryan is an extremely gifted athlete that has a drive and passion for the game of baseball,” said Franklin head coach Zach Brown. ” A very dynamic player, Ryan is very gifted defensively and is a very good table setter in our lineup. Ryan was near the tops in the league in multiple offensive categories. We are very excited to welcome Ryan back for one more season before he departs for Northeastern University where he will continue his athletic career.”

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