HOME GROWN TALENT: The St. Thomas University baseball team had a tremendous season, making a historic run to finish runner-up at the NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho. The Bobcats (48-18) featured a strong contingent of local Miami-Dade County players including from left, Alex Perez, Andrew Denis, Marcos Barrios, Oscar Aguirre, Brandon Valentin, Eric Santamaria, Anthony Lopez, Alex Hernandez, Jack Diaz, Savian Fernandez, Ernie Valdes, Cesar Ramirez, Nico Hernandez, and Jerry Downs. Not pictured is Bryan Bermudez.
HOME GROWN TALENT: The St. Thomas University baseball team had a tremendous season, making a historic run to finish runner-up at the NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho. The Bobcats (48-18) featured a strong contingent of local Miami-Dade County players including from left, Alex Perez, Andrew Denis, Marcos Barrios, Oscar Aguirre, Brandon Valentin, Eric Santamaria, Anthony Lopez, Alex Hernandez, Jack Diaz, Savian Fernandez, Ernie Valdes, Cesar Ramirez, Nico Hernandez, and Jerry Downs. Not pictured is Bryan Bermudez. St. Thomas University
HOME GROWN TALENT: The St. Thomas University baseball team had a tremendous season, making a historic run to finish runner-up at the NAIA World Series in Lewiston, Idaho. The Bobcats (48-18) featured a strong contingent of local Miami-Dade County players including from left, Alex Perez, Andrew Denis, Marcos Barrios, Oscar Aguirre, Brandon Valentin, Eric Santamaria, Anthony Lopez, Alex Hernandez, Jack Diaz, Savian Fernandez, Ernie Valdes, Cesar Ramirez, Nico Hernandez, and Jerry Downs. Not pictured is Bryan Bermudez. St. Thomas University

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