Miller Reports to USA Baseball

Miller Reports to USA Baseball


Miller Reports to USA Baseball


DURHAM,  N.C. – Invitees of the 2010 Collegiate National Team (CNT) officially reported to  Cary ,  N.C. , Monday, with remaining players set to report later in the week. Trials are scheduled to be held July 6-11 at the USA Baseball National Training Complex (NTC) in Cary.

Of the 39 invitees, 36 will compete for a spot of the final 22-man roster, while three players will be named as alternates. Right-handed pitcher Madison Boer ( Oregon ) is the latest addition to the squad replacing 2009 CNT member Kolten Wong ( Hawaii ).

Manager Bill Kinneberg ( Utah ) alongside assistant coaches Dave Serrano (Cal State Fullerton), Ed Blankmeyer ( St. John’s ) and Nino Giarratano ( San Francisco ) will get their first look at 2010 CNT Tuesday, July 6 when the team conducts its first of six trial games at 2 p.m. at the NTC. The final 22-man roster will be released on Sunday, July 11.
Following the trials and training period in Cary, the U.S. will play a five-game series against Korea before squaring off against a Japanese Collegiate All-Star Team in a one-game, international friendship competition in Omaha’s Rosenblatt Stadium on July 21.  From there, the team will travel to  Taipei ,  Taiwan for a four-game series against Chinese Taipei at Tien-Mu Stadium beginning July 25.

Team  USA will close its summer season at the FISU World University Championships in  Tokyo ,  Japan , from July 30-Aug. 7.  The  U.S. has won the last three FISU Worlds (2004, ’06, ’08), while host nation  Japan will be looking for its first title.

The Collegiate National Team Trials roster is as follows (name, class, position[s], school):
2010 Collegiate National Team Trials Roster (Updated as of 7/5/10)
Tyler Anderson, So., LHP,  Oregon
Jett Bandy, So., C,  Arizona
Matt Barnes, So., RHP,  Connecticut
Madison Boer, So. RHP,  Oregon
Jackie Bradley, Jr., So., OF, South Carolina
Gerrit Cole, So., RHP, UCLA
Zach Cone, So., OF, Georgia
C.J. Cron, So., C, Utah
Alex Dickerson, So., OF, Indiana
Taylor Dugas, So., OF, Alabama
Taylor Featherston, So., IF, Texas Christian
Dylan Floro, Fr., RHP, Cal State Fullerton
Nolan Fontana, Fr., IF, Florida
Sean Gilmartin, So., LHP/OF, Florida State
Sonny Gray, So., RHP, Vanderbilt
Greg Holt, Jr., RHP, North Carolina
Matt Jensen, So., IF, Cal Poly
Brian Johnson, Fr., LHP, Florida
Andrew Maggi, So., OF/IF, Arizona State
Mikie Mahtook, So., OF, Louisiana State
Nick Martini, So., OF, Kansas State
Scott McGough, So., RHP, Oregon
Anthony Meo, So., RHP, Coastal Carolina
Brad Miller, So., IF, Clemson
Brett Mooneyham, So., LHP, Stanford
Austin Nola, So., IF, Louisiana State
Peter O’Brien, So., C, Bethune-Cookman
Nick Ramirez, So., IF/LHP, Cal State Fullerton
Noe Ramirez, So., RHP, Cal State Fullerton
Anthony Rendon, So., IF, Rice
Steve Rodriguez, So., C, UCLA
Lex Rutledge, Fr., LHP, Samford
Carson Smith, So., RHP, Texas State
George Springer, So., OF, Connecticut
Kyle Winkler, So., RHP, Texas Christian
Ryan Wright, So., IF, Louisville
Evan Brock, Fr., RHP, UC Irvine
Adam Conley, So., LHP, Washington State
Mike Zunino, Fr., C, Florida
Coaching Staff
Bill Kinneberg, Manager,  Utah
Dave Serrano, Pitching Coach,  Cal  State  Fullerton
Ed Blankmeyer, Assistant Coach,  St. John’s
Nino Giarratano, Assistant Coach,  San Francisco
Danny Wheat, Athletic Trainer, Texas Christian
Nick Nakagama, Assistant Athletic Trainer/Auxiliary Coach, Utah
Malcolm Gray, Press Officer, East Carolina
Eric Campbell, General Manager, USA Baseball National Teams
About  USA Baseball
USA Baseball is the National Governing Body of amateur baseball in the  United States and is a member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC).  The organization selects and trains the World Baseball Classic Team and World Cup Team (and all other USA Baseball Professional Teams); the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team; the USA Baseball 18U, 16U and 14U National Teams; and the USA Baseball Women’s National Team, all of which participate in various international competitions each year.  USA Baseball also presents the Golden Spikes Award annually to top player in college baseball.  For more information, please visit


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