Honkers announce postseason awards
The Rochester Honkers announced their team awards for the 2011 season on Tuesday.
Johnny Coy, a 6-foot-7, 225-pound first baseman from Wichita State, was named the Honker of the Year. He played in 48 games, leading the team in batting average (.309), hits (60), home runs (11) and RBIs (48).
Coy finished third in the Northwoods League in home runs and RBIs, and was the only player in the league to average an RBI or more per game. He made just six errors all season, finishing with a .985 fielding percentage.
Nick Dolsky, a sophomore from the University of Nebraska, was named the team's Pitcher of the Year. The second-year Honker went 3-2 with one save in 16 appearances, and a 3.40 ERA. He was the Honkers' lone all-star this season.
Anthony Hutting, a sophomore from Cal State Fullerton, was named the team's Most Inspirational player, for his leadership and attitude on and off the field. He hit .261 with a home run and 18 runs scored.
The Honkers finished with a 25-45 record, and in last place in the North Division.