Jupiter Wave outfielder Tommy DiGiorgio is in his first year in CLPB. From Lighthouse Point, FL, Tommy played his freshman year of college ball at Catholic University. He played in 20 games, going 7-for-15 with a home run, 2 RBI, and 4 stolen bases.
So far in the CLPB season, DiGiorgio has gone 8-for-14 with a home run and 8 RBI through the early part of the season.
Q: How have you enjoyed the first few weeks in CLPB?
A: It’s been really enjoyable, I’ve been able to make new friends, get in a lot of work at Cressey (Performance Center), continuing to get at-bats and improve.
Q: How would you assess you performance so far this season?
A: I think I’ve gotten off to a good start, but it’s a long season and there’s always room to improve. I think mechanically I can still get better.
Q: You guys are pretty rowdy in the dugout, how have you guys been able to gel so well?
A: All of the players hang out a lot in Palm Beach. Sometimes summer ball can be personal, but the players care about the team.
Q: How do you like Ruben Someillan as a coach?
A: He’s a great coach and a great guy. I knew he was a coach at Nova Southeastern University, and being a former Division I guy, he’s able to help with all of my needs.
You’ve had a bit of success as a team, 6-2 and leading the North Division, what has been the key to that success?
A: Pitching has been really good, and hitting has come through. There was one game that we won 1-0, pitching was great and we were able to do enough to win.
Q: Are you guys winning the championship?
A: I think we can, its a long season, but we have the talent to get it done.