Vermont Mountaineers player Matt Oldham poses for a picture at Montpelier Recreation Field.

Summer League Baseball

Mountaineers Catcher

The season-long utility player showed off his power at the plate by belting his ninth home run of the season during an 8-6 victory over the Sanford Mainers. He scored twice and contributed three RBI in the victory to help Vermont lock up a first-round home game for the playoffs. The North Carolina State standout is batting .260 for the Mountaineers with four doubles, 23 RBI and 26 runs scored. Defensively, he's filled in at five positions to help his team compete with a limited roster.

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