, Newburyport, MA


September 7, 2013

The crown on Cam's head

Triton alumnus named Can-Am rookie of the year


Kneeland was undrafted after his senior season and chose to pursue independent ball to keep his hopes for a baseball career alive.

“He bloomed a little later than some others,” said LaForest. “But I am convinced that he will get a shot with some major league organization.”

“As the summer went on he worked on driving the ball to right field and right center,” said LaForest. “He also learned to drive the off speed pitches.”

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