The Eau Claire Cavaliers, an amateur baseball organization that started in 1971, have been accepted into the Chippewa River Baseball League for the 2017 season.
The Eau Claire Cavaliers, an amateur baseball organization that started in 1971, look to continue on what they achieved in their first season as a member of the Chippewa River Baseball League. The Cavaliers finished with a 17-5 league record, won their first CRBL North Division Title and made it to the quarterfinals in the Wisconsin Baseball Association State Finals that were held in Viroqua, WI.
The Cavaliers were formed in 1971 to provide, promote and field a baseball team to compete at the highest level of competition. Carson Park has been the home of the Cavaliers since 1971 and is the home of Eau Claire Baseball.
On the mound the Cavaliers will be led by Brian Dickow ( 8-3, 65 K, 2.03 ERA in 84.1 IP), Jake Jenneman (6-6, 55 K, 3.53 ERA in 79 IP), Travis Berg (1-0, 24 K, 0.60 ERA in 15 IP), Storm Standiford (3-2, 40 K, 2.56 ERA in 31.2 IP).
Offensively the Cavaliers are led by Tom Mewhorter, ( .408, 13 2B, 39 RBI), Tyler Hermann (.459, 6 2B, 11 SB), Matt Kent ( .310, 33 R, 5 2B, 8 SB) Cody Cline ( .303, 46 H, 8 2B, 2 3B ,6 SB) and Cole Tyman (.275, 8 2B, 1 3B, 3 HR).
Field Manager Matt Miller returns for his fourth season and will lead the Cavaliers into competition in the Chippewa River Baseball League in 2018. Players expected to contribute are:
The Cavaliers wish all of teams of the Chippewa River Baseball League the best of luck in the league in 2018. We invite all baseball fans to come to Carson Park for baseball action at its best this summer.