University of Nebraska infielder Max Anderson added another honor to his 2021 season on Tuesday, as he was named a Cape Cod League All-Star by a vote of the league managers.
Anderson, a rising sophomore infielder from Omaha, is hitting .313 with a homer and seven RBIs for the Bourne Braves since being activated on June 29. Bourne leads the West Division with an 18-2-3 record through July 19 and is currently riding a seven-game win streak.
During the college baseball season, Anderson was one of the key cogs in Nebraska’s Big Ten Championship team, earning Big Ten Freshman of the Year accolades to help the Huskers to a 34-14 record and a regional final appearance. A freshman All-American by nearly every publication, he hit .322 with seven homers and 32 RBI. Anderson ranked second on the team in batting average and hits (61) while also producing 19 multi-hit games in the 2021 campaign.
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