Cordemans Voted MVP in Netherlands

The Netherland did not have any problem voting a pitcher their MVP for the 2011 season.  After all, he was instrumental in leading the Netherlands to their win over Cuba in the World Cup.  He started pitching for the Dutch National team in 1995, also pitching briefly in the Taiwan professional league in 2007.  Rob pitched for the champion L&D Amsterdam Pirates, going 9-1 with a 0.31 ERA.  He also led the league in strikeouts with 127 in just 88 innings, walking only 10.  He turned 37 the end of October.

Other awards for the Netherlands:

Best lefthanded pitcher - Diegomar Markwell (DOOR Neptunus)

Best right handed pitcher - Rob Cordemans (L&D Amsterdam)

Catcher - Sidney de Jong (L&D Amsterdam)

First base - Percy Isenia (L&D Amsterdam)

Second Base - Roeland Henrique Jr (L&D Amsterdam)

Third Base - Raily Legito (DOOR Neptunus)

Shortstop - Vince Rooi (L&D Amsterdam)

Outfield - Eugene Kingsale (DOOR Neptunus), Danny Rombley (UVV), Dirk van’t Klooster (Corendon Kinheim)

DH - Bryan Engelhardt (Corendon Kinheim)

The KNBSB also handed out awards for the best softball and baseball players in Netherlands.  We will focus on the baseball players:

Best Hitter - Dirk van’t Klooster

Best Pitcher - Rob Cordemans

Most homeruns - Bryan Engelhardt

Most Stolen Bases - Dwayne Kemp (DOOR Neptunus)

Holland Series MVP - Wesley Connor (L&D Amsterdam Pirates)

All Star MVP - Bryan Engelhardt

Guus van der Heijden Memorial Award - Dwayne Kemp

Roel de Mon Award - Jerremyh Angela (L&D Amsterdam Pirates)

Ron Fraser Award - Stijn van der Meer (PSV)

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