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Michael Martin's summer in the California Collegiate League could not have gone much better. The Stevenson graduate was selected as the league's Most Valuable Player and he won the award for the top hitting prospect. Playing for Team Vegas, Martin led the CCL in batting average (.426), hits (60) and on-base percentage (.509) and was second in runs (36), third in stolen bases (21) and fourth in slugging percentage (.532). Martin will be a sophomore at Harvard this spring. As a freshman in college, he batted in the leadoff spot and played centerfield. Martin hit .270 with 3 home runs and 12 stolen bases.