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Graeme Stinson
Stinson Secures Collegiate National Team Spot
Courtesy: Duke Sports Information
Release: 07/03/2018
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DURHAM, N.C. – Prior to a pair of five-game friendship series against Japan and Cuba, the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team finalized its 26-man roster with Duke left-hander Graeme Stinson securing a spot on the team.

Stinson previously appeared for the Collegiate National Team against Chinese Taipei June 30, striking out seven batters over 2.1 innings in relief. Stinson is the third Blue Devil to compete with the Collegiate National Team, joining Bailey Clark (2015) and Marcus Stroman (2011).

The Collegiate National Team is comprised of the top collegiate baseball players in the country and competes each summer in a schedule of exhibition games across the United States.

The 42nd USA vs. Japan Collegiate All-Star Series opens at 7:05 p.m., Tuesday, July 3 at BB&T Ballpark in Charlotte, N.C. The second game of the series is scheduled for 6:50 p.m., Wednesday, July 4 at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park. Games 3-5 feature stops at Minor League Baseball and Coastal Plain League parks in the Southeast, including Savannah, Ga. (July 6), Charleston, S.C. (July 7), and Macon, Ga. (July 8).

Team USA then travels to Havana, Cuba for the seventh USA vs. Cuba International Friendship Series July 10-14 with games at historic Estadio Latinoamericano.

2018 USA Baseball Collegiate National Team Roster
Name, Position, Hometown, School, Class
Jake Agnos; LHP; Haymarket, Va.; ECU; Sophomore
Kyle Brnovich; RHP; Milton, Ga.; Elon; Sophomore
Tanner Burns; RHP; Decatur, Ala.; Auburn; Freshman
Daniel Cabrera; OF; Baton Rouge, La.; LSU; Freshman
Parker Caracci; RHP; Jackson, Miss.; Ole Miss; Sophomore
Matt Cronin; LHP; Navarre, Fla.; Arkansas; Sophomore
John Doxakis; LHP; Houston, Texas; Texas A&M; Sophomore
Mason Feole; LHP; Wakefield, R.I.; UCONN; Sophomore
Dominic Fletcher; OF; Cypress, Calif.; Arkansas; Sophomore
Zack Hess; RHP; Forest, Va.; LSU; Sophomore
Josh Jung; IF; San Antonio, Texas; Texas Tech; Sophomore
Shea Langeliers; C/IF; Keller, Texas; Baylor; Sophomore
Max Meyer; RHP; Woodbury, Minn.; Minnesota; Freshman
Bryan Packard; IF/OF; Greeneville, N.C.; ECU; Sophomore
Andre Pallante; RHP; San Clemente, Calif.; UC Irvine; Sophomore
Drew Parrish; LHP; Rockledge, Fla.; Florida State; Sophomore
Adley Rutschman; C/IF; Sherwood, Ore.; Oregon State; Sophomore
Braden Shewmake; IF; Wylie, Texas; Texas A&M; Sophomore
Graeme Stinson; LHP; Norcross, Ga.; Duke; Sophomore
Bryson Stott; IF; Las Vegas, Nev.; UNLV; Sophomore
Zack Thompson; LHP; Selma, Ind.; Kentucky; Sophomore
Spencer Torkelson; IF; Petaluma, Calif.; Arizona State; Freshman
Andrew Vaughn; IF; Santa Rosa, Calif.; California; Sophomore
Zach Watson; OF; Ruston, La.; LSU; Sophomore
Will Wilson; IF; Kings Mountain, N.C.; NC State; Sophomore
Kenyon Yovan; RHP; Beaverton, Ore.; Oregon; Sophomore