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A two-time Frontier League All-Star, Sean Mahley is back for his third season as a member of the Boomers.
Mahley, 24, was one of three Boomers who joined the Arizona Diamondbacks after the Boomers Championship campaign in 2012. Mahley returns to Schaumburg primarily as a pitcher in the hopes of earning another shot in affiliated baseball with more innings on the mound in 2014.
Orginally drafted by the Boomers in the Frontier League Tryout Camp in 2012, Mahley’s versatility was a huge asset for Manager Jamie Bennett and Schaumburg in 2013. The 2013 Frontier League All-Star Game MVP, Mahley posted a .312/.397/.406 stat line with 19 doubles, three triples and 17 stolen bases as an outfielder. Mahley’s mound work was equally as impressive with the southpaw earned a 1-0 record and a 2.76 ERA in 16.1 innings. Mahley finished five games with four saves in 2013 to go along with 15 strikeouts.
In 2012, the Cambridge, Ohio native posted a .246 batting average in 82 games during the Boomers Inaugural Season with 11 doubles, three triples and three home runs. Mahley was a tough out in the lineup drawing the same number of walks as strikeouts with 39. A strong defender who covered a lot of ground in the outfield, Mahley was one of 10 Boomers representatives at the 2012 Frontier League All-Star Game and owns the first pinch-hit in Boomers history.
Mahley posted solid numbers in college at the University of the Cumberlands, an NAIA school. Mahley led Cumberlands with a .378 batting average as a senior, stealing 14 bases while drawing 25 walks and striking out only nine times in 45 games.
After transferring from Marietta College, the left-hander was named to the All-Mid-South Conference Team three times. Mahley batted .331 as a sophomore with 14 doubles, three triples, seven homers, 48 RBIs, and 17 stolen bases. The numbers only improved for Mahley during his junior season as he batted .347 with 13 doubles, four triples, seven homers, and 24 steals.