Found December 21, 2011 on Summer Ball:
From the FCBL
Vineyard Haven, MA: The Martha's Vineyard Sharks announce two additional re-signings for the 2012 baseball season. 2011 Sharks Eric Jensen and Cory Laliberte, both from Wheaton College, have decided to return their talents to the Island for the 2012 campaign.

Jensen split his time between shortstop and second base for most of the 2011 season. He hit and impressive .313 over 42 games last summer for fifth best in the Futures Collegiate Baseball League. Jensen will anchor the front of the Wheaton lineup this spring and start at shortstop for the New England powerhouse. He is expected to fill the same role for the Sharks in 2012.

Laliberte started 6 games and came in from the bullpen for an additional 4 appearances for the 2011 Sharks. He had a 1-2 record with a 5.25 ERA while recording 23 strikeouts. Laliberte will help anchor the heavily talented Martha's Vineyard pitching staff in a variety of roles this upcoming summer.

The Sharks are a summer, wood-bat, collegiate baseball team, operated by the Carminucci Sports Group who own and operate the Brockton Rox (Can-Am League). The Sharks, a member of theFutures Collegiate Baseball League, strive to provide its fans, sponsors, and partners with the very best in competitive baseball and affordable entertainment before, during and after each game in a family-friendly atmosphere. The team is comprised of amateur, college baseball players from across New England, and the country showcasing their talents in front of Major League Baseball scouts.

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