PHILADELPHIA - Junior hurler Vince Voiro appeared among Baseball America's list as one of the top prospects within the Valley Baseball League, following his summer pitching for the league's Woodstock River Bandits.
Voiro was ranked by Baseball America as the sixth best prospect within the league after leading the Bandits in nearly every pitching category. The right-hander won a team-high five games in nine starts with a 3.08 ERA. He also struck out 59 batters while holding them to a .207 average in 52.2 innings of work. All his numbers were tops among Bandit pitchers with at least ten innings of work.
Baseball America's list featured the top prospects in the nation, as well as the best within 18 of the most high profile collegiate summer leagues in the country. Voiro was just one of three Ivy League pitchers to appear on any of the 18 prospect lists.
Last season Voiro led the Quakers in starts (8), complete games (4), innings pitched (60.2) and strikeouts (47), and will part of a Penn rotation which brings back four of its top five hurlers from a season ago.