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Gaithersburg Giants Player Bios

By Jonathan Tishman

Trey Martinez was born in Guam and attended Gaithersburg High School where he hit .363 with 22 doubles and 7 home runs. He totaled 70 RBI in his career. After graduating, he chose to play for the Towson Tigers, where he is now a sophomore, and a 5' 9" 205 lb catcher. He says that his most memorable experience was winning the Maryland 4A state championship as a senior  - but his recent baseball trip to Cuba may also make his list.


Gaithersburg Giants Stand Tall in Goodwill Visit to Cuba

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A team representing the Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League (CRCBL) traveled to Cuba August 2-6, 2016 to play a Goodwill Mission Series with three of the top teams in the Cuban National Series.

The Ripken League players represented a great cross section from the league's teams including four Gaithersburg Giants: Nick Pantos #18 Pitcher, Trey Martinez #10 Catcher, Trey Bridis #3 Outfield, and Matthew Pita #33 Outfield.

Manager Brady Anderson, who played for the Baltimore Orioles in Cuba in 1999, explained the purpose of the games to Cuban television: "Because of the passion both countries have for baseball, we believe baseball has the potential for bringing the Cuban and American people together."

The Ripken League team won one game and narrowly lost two. According to Manager Anderson: "We played competitive games against three of Cuba’s top teams. The coaches and I are really proud of how well our guys represented the USA." B.J. Surhoff, who also played on the 1999 Orioles team in Cuba, and Ripken League co-founder Dean Albany joined Anderson on the coaching staff.

Please enjoy this photo coverage of the Giants players in Cuba from Cal Ripken League photographer Brenda Dunham of Eye on the Ball. Photos available on www.eyeonball.com



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