Though Sharp left the team before the postseason started, he led the league with 14 home runs (one shy of the WCL record), had 40 RBI, reached base 83 times in 42 games and scored 47 runs.
Welker, who was recognized as a utility player, split time between third base and shortstop in the Raptors’ lineup. He hit .331 on 57 hits (seven doubles) with 24 RBI in 45 games.
On the second team, Prokes was the WCL batting champion with a .415 average. In 34 games, he had 54 hits, including 10 doubles and one home run, and 20 RBI.
Tsukada was limited to 27 games after arriving in Ridgefield two weeks into the season, then missed three weeks with a shoulder injury. He picked up right where he left off upon returning to the lineup July 24 and continued on as Ridgefield’s leadoff hitter through the end of the season. Tsukada finished with a .333 batting average (35 hits, four doubles, 16 RBI).
The right-handed pitcher Rons quickly established himself as Ridgefield’s ace pitcher after joining the team in mid-June. He went 5-0 in seven starts while limiting opponents to three earned runs in 30 2/3 innings pitched (o.88 ERA). He tallied 24 strikeouts, 13 walks and gave up 21 hits.
Portland: Jason Doktorczyk (Sonoma State), Jacob Jablonski (Chico State), Kolby Kmetko (Washington State), Eddie Saldivar Jr. (Long Beach State), Kyler Stancato (Cal State Bakersfield)
Ridgefield: Doyle Kane (UC San Diego), Mikey Kane (Oregon State), Riley McCarthy (Portland), Jeter Schuerman (Cal State Bakersfield), Safea Villaruz-Mauai (BYU)
Springfield: Theo Millas (Central Arizona)
Victoria: Grady Morgan (Chico State), Flynn Ridley (Panola JC), Jack Seward (San Jacinto College), Russell Young (Johnson County CC)
Walla Walla: Nick Wilson (Southern)
Wenatchee: Matt Halbach (UC San Diego), Grant Sherrod (South Carolina Upstate)
Yakima Valley: Connor Coballes (Gonzaga), Jackson Reed (Seattle U), Spencer Shipman (Yakima Valley College), Michael Splaine (UC Santa Barbara)