VICTORIA, BC Canada — Bullard's Parker Bramlett has won several notable accolades this season as a member of the Victoria Harbourcats of the West Coast League, a summer collegiate league team that is based in the Canadian province of picturesque British Columbia.
His most recent accolade is setting a new team record for the most number of stolen bases in a season — Bramlett has swiped 23 out of 31 attempts, so far.
Bramlett, a red shirt junior at Angelo State University (NCAA, Division II), set the record with his 20th steal of the summer, which came on July 20th in a 12-5 victory over the Cowlitz Black Bears.
Meanwhile, Bramlett was one of six Victoria players that was named to the league's all-star team back in late July.
Other honors earned by the Texan and Tyler Robert E. Lee High School graduate, was being named as the West Coast League's Moss Adams Player of the Week, for the week of June 24-30. During that stretch he went 8-18 at the plate, walked seven times and plated seven runs for the Harbourcats.
Bramlett is batting .304 (41-135) for the year and has lifted one home run and driven in 16 runs.
Victoria is 23-8 in the Second Half and leads the North Division by four games and has clinched a playoff spot.