Virginia Beach Shredders Baseball Club
2018 TSL Remaining Schedule – revised 7/6/18
Tournament Format: Round Robin Bracket Play, followed by semi-finals and Championship.
All 11 teams have been drawn into 4 brackets (3 teams in 3 brackets, 2 teams in one bracket).
Bracket A: Legends, Sea Monsters, Daredevils;
Bracket B: Shredders, Hawks, Knights;
Bracket C: Fightin’ Crabs, Suns, Waves;
Bracket D: Voyagers, Seagulls;
Each bracket will play a round robin format, with each team playing the other two teams in their bracket. The team with the best record will advance from each bracket.*
*in the event of a tie, runs allowed will be the tie breaker. If runs allowed is used to break a three way tie, and two teams have the same runs allowed, then head to head results between those two clubs will break that tie.
The four teams who advance from bracket play will meet in head to head competition in our semi final games, with the winners advancing to the Postove Cup Championship game.
|RR Game 1||Fightin’ Crabs – 2||Suns – 3||1:00pm||VWU||completed|
|RR Game 2||Voyagers||Seagulls||3:00pm||LW||rescheduled for Sat|
|RR Game 3||Shredders – 11||Hawks – 1||3:00pm||LW||completed|
|RR Game 4||Legends – 0||Sea Monsters – 18||6:00pm||LW||completed|
|RR Game 6||Suns – 4||Waves – 7||1:00pm||VWU||completed|
|RR Game 7||Sea Monsters||Daredevils||4:00pm||VWU||rescheduled for Sun|
|RR Game 8 – susp||Seagulls (1 – 2nd inn)||Voyagers (3 – 2nd inn)||3:00pm||LW||susp. Resched for Sun|
|RR Game 5||Hawks||Knights||6:00pm||LW||rescheduled for Sun|
|RR Game 9||Waves||Fightin’ Crabs||1:00pm||VWU|
|RR Game 11||Knights||Shredders||4:00pm||VWU|
|RR Game 2||Voyagers||Seagulls||3:00pm||LW|
|RR Game 10||Daredevils||Legends||6:00pm||LW|
|RR Game 8 – complete suspended game||Seagulls||Voyagers||1:00pm||VWU|
|RR Game 7||Sea Monsters||Daredevils||4:00pm||VWU|
|RR Game 5||Hawks||Knights||3:00pm||LW|
|Semi-Finals Gm 1||Bracket C Winner||Bracket D Winner||1:00pm||VWU|
|Semi-Finals Gm 2||Bracket A Winner||Bracket B Winner||4:00pm||VWU|
|Championship||SF Gm 1 Winner||SF Gm 2 Winner||2:00pm||VWU|
|END OF SEASON|
Virginia Wesleyan University
5817 Wesleyan Drive, Virginia Beach, VA 23455
1612 Willow Wood Drive, Norfolk, VA 23509
586 N. Lynnhaven Road, Virginia Beach, VA 23452
|Player Name||Position||College Attending||Class||High School||Hometown|
|Drew Latham||C||Catawba Valley CC||Fresh||Camden HS||Camden, NC|
|Thomas (TJ) Wynkoop||C/1B||Lynchburg College||Jun||Va Beach Friends School||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Jacob Hawley||C/1B||Virginia Tech||Rookie||Cox HS||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Matt Yarbrough||1B/3B||Catawba Valley CC||Fresh||Tunstall HS||Danville, VA|
|Reece Walton||3B||Thomas Nelson CC||Soph||Nansemond Suffolk Academy||Suffolk, VA|
|Jason Ozog||3B/MIF||Univ. of Pittsburgh-Johnstown||Fresh||Richland HS||Johnstown, PA|
|Johnny Renzelli||SS||Davis & Elkins College||Soph||Robert C. Byrd HS||Clarksburg, WV|
|Evan Leveroni||SS/2B||Southern Maine Community College||Soph||Timberlane Regional HS||Sandown, NH|
|Emery Frink||2B||undecided||Rookie||West High School||Bakersfield, CA|
|Ronaldo Del Duca||2B/OF||Allegheny College (PA)||Fresh||Upper St Clair HS||Pittsburgh, PA|
|Jared Dylan Jordan||OF/3B||Virginia Commonwealth Univ (transfer from EMU)||Junior||Park View High||South Hill, VA|
|Chase Moore||OF||Winston Salem State University||Fresh||Churchland HS||Portsmouth, VA|
|Dominick Claxton||OF||Ferrum College||Soph||Nansemond Suffolk Academy||Carrollton, VA|
|Pete Baddick||OF/MIF/RHP||Belmont Abbey College||RS Jun||Marian Catholic HS||Tamaqua, PA|
|Conner Clark||OF/LHP||Christopher Newport Univ||Fresh||Greenbrier Christian Academy||Chesapeake, VA|
|Norman Holcomb||OF/RHP||University of Mary Washington||Rookie||Kempsville HS||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Kieran Thomas Conway||RHP/3B||Hampden-Sydney College||Rookie||Nansemond Suffolk Academy||Chesapeake, VA|
|Brendan Sweany||RHP/INF||San Diego Christian College||Junior||Vacaville Christian HS||Vacaville, CA|
|Quinlin Sweany||RHP||University of the Pacific||Rookie||Vacaville Christian HS||Vacaville, CA|
|Chase Muir||RHP||Univ. of New Orleans||Fresh||Godwin HS||Henrico, VA|
|Dayton Wisley||LHP||College of the Sequoias||Fresh||Coalinga HS||Coalinga, CA|
|Noah LeBrun||RHP||Virginia Wesleyan University||Soph||Cape Henry Collegiate||Norfolk, VA|
|Mark Berryman||RHP||Belmont Abbey College||Soph||St. Lawrence Seminary HS||Lancaster, NH|
|Duncan Newman||RHP||Christopher Newport Univ||Fresh||Princess Anne HS||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Jackson Sanchez||RHP||Bryant & Stratton College||Fresh||Green Run HS||Virginia Beach, VA|
|Graham Thompson||RHP||Bryant & Stratton College||Fresh||Maury HS||Norfolk, VA|
Head Coach: Tony Guzzo
Prior to the 2017 season, former Old Dominion baseball head coach Tony Guzzo returned to ODU as a Special Assistant to the Head Coach.
In his first season as the Special Assistant, Coach Guzzo helped guide the Monarchs to a 37-21 record, the most single-season wins for the program since 2006. ODU also compiled a 19-11 record during Conference USA play and finished second in the league during the regular season, its best finish since joining Conference USA.
Coach Guzzo, one of the deans of collegiate baseball in the state of Virginia, guided the Monarchs for 10 seasons from 1995 to 2004. During his tenure, Old Dominion won two CAA regular season titles (1996, 2000), two CAA Tournament titles (1995, 1996) and earned three NCAA Regional appearances (1995, 1996, 2000).
Overall, Coach Guzzo amassed a career record of 303-252 at Old Dominion, giving the long-time head coach a total of 734 victories as a collegiate skipper. At ODU, Coach Guzzo guided several of the progrem’s brightest stars, including Justin Verlander, Kevin Gibbs, Matt Quatraro, Tim Hummel, Ron Walker, Tony Gsell and many more.
Prior to ODU, Coach Guzzo served as head coach at VCU, where he compiled a 329-300-1 from 1983-1994. Prior to the Rams, he rolled up a 102-66 record at North Carolina Wesleyan, taking that club to the NCAA Division III World Series in 1981 and 82. Both teams placed fourth in the nation.
In his early days as a coach, he served as a graduate assistant at East Carolina from 1976-78 and as head baseball and football coach at Norfolk Catholic High School from 1972-76.
Coach Guzzo played both baseball, as a catcher and football as a placekicker at East Carolina University. He is the parent of two children; a son, Anthony, and a daughter, Gina.
A native of Norfolk, Coach Guzzo graduated from Norfolk Catholic High School in 1967 and earned a B.S. degree in health and physical education from East Carolina University in 1971.
Coach Guzzo is widely regarded as one of Baseballs premier catching instructors, having schooled several pro players and/or catching instructors & coaches, including Joe Breeden, Matt Quatraro. and Mark Strittmatter. Coach Guzzo will be leading the catching and pitching instruction for the Shredders this summer, among other duties.
Head Coach: Allan Erbe
Coach Erbe, along with local baseball legend Towny Townsend, helped establish the area’s first youth travel baseball organization, the Virginia Blasters, one of the many high quality programs Coach Erbe was involved with that helped develop many of the areas top baseball players, including MLB’s Mike Cuddyer, David Wright, BJ Upton, Josh Rupe & Jimmy Anderson, along with over a dozen more players who played professionally in the minor leagues and indy ball.
Coach Erbe is part of a core of outstanding baseball men who have helped to establish the Hampton Roads area as great baseball player developmental juggernaut and a hot bed of big league prospects. A resident of Hampton, VA, Coach Erbe has continued to help develop players and advance the baseball careers of local baseball players for over 35 years. Coach Erbe will be working with the position players this summer, in addition to other coaching duties with the Shredders.
Coach Guzzo and Coach Erbe, reuniting after going 63-25 coaching together at NCHS and going 30-14 while coaching together in American Legion Posts 204 & 35; including coaching Tidewater area baseball legend Billy Swoope at both NCHS & Post 35, back in the early days of their respective coaching careers, before Swoope was drafted in the 10th round by the LA Dodgers (1976). After his playing career ended, Swoope has enjoyed a long and distinguished scouting career as the Chicago Cubs east coast senior scout. Both Tony Guzzo and Allan Erbe played in the TSL in the early 70’s for Fett Roofing and Allan Erbe also played for Burtons Appliances. The TSL is excited to have these great baseball men back in the league for the 70th Anniversary season of the Tidewater Summer League.
There have been 13 MLB Players coached between Coach Guzzo and Coach Erbe.
Coach Guzzo – Justin Verlander (RHP, Astros), James Austin (RHP, Brewers), Matt Williams (LHP , Indians), Jamie Brewington, (RHP, Giants), Jerry Dipoto, (RHP , Cleveland and current GM Seattle Mariners), Tim Hummel, (Inf- Reds), Mark Strittmatter, (C,numerous teams and MLB coach), Matt Quatraro, (C, current 3rd base coach Tampa Bay Rays) — Coach Guzzo is a former Full Time Scout for the Boston Red Sox, and former associate scout with the LA Dodgers and Kansas City Royals.
Coach Erbe – David Wright (Inf Mets), BJ Upton (OF, Indians), Mike Cuddyer (Twins, Rockies, Mets), Josh Rupe (RHP Rangers, White Sox, Orioles), ,Jimmy Anderson (LHP, Pirates). Coach Erbe is a former associate scout with the LA Dodgers and Chicago Cubs.
Assistant Coach: Gary Denette
Coach Denette was an outstanding player for Churchland High, earning Portsmouth Player of the Year honors, All-Southeastern District, led district in batting, All-Tidewater led tidewater and all AAA schools in OBP. All-Region. Gary went to Christopher Newport University, where as freshman he led team in batting. Gary also was a starter on the Chesapeake Cubs travel team managed by Allan Erbe. Gary was an outstanding top of the order hitter/ baserunner and performed effectively at several positions including P, SS, 2B and CF. Gary is currently a SCPO in the USN, having served 20 years. Gary is currently the JV coach at Churchland HS.
Assistant Coach: Devon Adams