June 05, 2009
Mastroianni named FSL All-Star
Former USI All-American shining in Blue Jays system
EVANSVILLE, Ind. – Former University of Southern Indiana baseball player Darin Mastroianni was named a Florida State League All-Star in a release on Wednesday. Matroianni will represent the Dunedin Blue Jays of the Toronto organization on the FSL's North Division squad in the All-Star Game on June 20.
The former All-American second baseman for the Screaming Eagles has made a successful move to the outfield in the Toronto system and is batting .301 in 49 games this season with 10 doubles and 28 stolen bases. He also has 20 RBIs this season.
Mastroianni was drafted in the 16th round by Toronto in 2007 after leading the Eagles to their first NCAA Division II regional championship and a third-place finish in the Division II World Series. He batted .409 for the Eagles in 2007 with a school record 97 hits and 64 stolen bases.
Dunedin, which is Class A Advanced team, is 20-29 this year.
Mastroianni's Current Statistics
Ray Simmons, USI Sports Information