Dylan Davis

Dylan Davis Continues Cape Tradition

Photo By: Rob Tierney   07-22-2013

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FALMOUTH, Mass. – Oregon State outfielder Dylan Davis has continued a Beaver tradition amongst players who compete in the prestigious Cape Cod League.

Davis was named to the CCBL’s All-Star Game on Saturday, and will start for the Western Division on Saturday in South Yarmouth, Mass. Fox College Sports Atlantic will televised the game at 3 p.m. PT.

Davis’ inclusion to the 2013 game continues a trend for the Beavers, who are tied for ninth-most amongst all Division-I teams with five players selected since 2008, according to research by Kentucky.

Oregon State’s selections have come in 2008 (Ryan Ortiz), 2010 (Andrew Susac), 2011 (Jake Rodriguez) and 2012 (Matt Boyd).

Davis, who joined the cape late as the Beavers progressed through Omaha, is having an outstanding summer for the Falmouth Commodores. He has played in 17 of the team’s 32 games and is batting .349 with three doubles, five home runs and 21 runs batted in. His five home runs are second in the Cape Cod League while his 21 RBI rank him fourth.

A junior in 2014, Davis led the Pac-12 with 61 RBI and 22 doubles during the 2013 season and his .335 batting average led the Beavers. He earned his first All-Pac-12 First Team honor and was also named the Most Outstanding Player of the NCAA Corvallis Regional.

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