Mason McCoy Sets Two Loggers’ Career Records
McCoy is new holder of team career runs, doubles records
La Crosse, Wisc.- Loggers’ shortstop Mason McCoy (Iowa) came into tonight’s game versus the Mankato MoonDogs within one stat of two team career records.
In the 7th inning of the contest with one out and catcher Gavin Johns (UCLA) on 1st base, McCoy slammed a double off the left field wall for his 27th career double, passing David Schultz’s mark of 26 doubles from 2003-2005.
Right fielder Griffin Conine (Duke) doubled to center field, scoring McCoy for his 98th run of his career. That run passed Bobby Juan (2011-2013) for most all-time for a La Crosse Logger player in their career.
McCoy is adding to his outstanding 2015 numbers that earned him the Northwoods League MVP, Rawlings “Big Stick,” and Loggers’ Team MVP awards. He broke numerous team single-season and game records and five Northwoods League single-season records for hits (112), runs (80), total bases (168), games played (71), and at-bats (305).