Five members of the Swift Current 57’s collected league honours Monday when the Western Major Baseball League announced its league awards and all-star teams.
Left fielder Blake Adams was named the Rookie of the Year and a First-Team All-Star after hitting .360 with 12 home runs and 54 runs batted in.
The 57’s also had four other players named to the all-star teams. Catcher Bodie Cooper was named a First-Team All-Star after hitting .306 with seven home runs and 27 RBI.
Bobby St. Pierre was named a First-Team All-Star as a starting pitcher after finishing third in the league with a 2.76 earned run average.
Riley Campbell was named a Second-Team All-Star after leading the league with 35 stolen bases to go along with a .322 average and 41 runs scored while hitting five triples, tied for the league lead.
Meadow Lake’s Brett Esau was named a Second-Team All-Star as a utility man after finishing third in the WMBL with 11 home runs to go along with a .279 average and 32 RBI.