CHARLESTON, WV – The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball has named Charleston Dirty Birds’ outfielder Bobby Bradley to the prestigious mid-season ALPB All-Star Team.
Manager Billy Horn acknowledged Bradley’s impressive performance, stating, “We are pleased that Bobby has been selected as a member of the Atlantic League All-Star team, representing the Charleston Dirty Birds.”
Bradley’s standout season includes a .278 batting average, .368 on-base percentage, and .611 slugging percentage. He currently leads the league with 22 home runs, 65 hits, and 54 RBIs.
General Manager Jeremy Taylor commended Bradley’s dedication to improving his skills, saying, “Bobby’s nomination is well-deserved. The hard work he puts in daily, honing his craft, is remarkable.”
The Charleston Dirty Birds, part of the Atlantic League of Professional Baseball, are celebrating their 25th Anniversary season in 2023. The Atlantic League serves as a player gateway to the major leagues and has sent over 1,200 players to MLB organizations during its 25-year history.
For more information about the Atlantic League, please visit www.AtlanticLeague.com.