Patrick Alan Mazeika [mah-ZEE-kah] graduated from Salisbury (CT) High School before attending Stetson University...His high school baseball team went 33-0 during his senior year...Also played high school football and basketball...Earned first-team Atlantic Sun honors during his freshman and junior seasons at Stetson...Also voted a first-team freshman All-American by Baseball America in 2013...His father, Joe, played baseball at Springfield College (MA).
Led Binghamton (AA) in doubles (25), home runs (16), RBI (69), and total bases (176)...Was tied for second in RBI and sixth in home runs in the Eastern League...Had a 15-game hitting streak from April 27-May 16...The streak tied for the second-longest in the Eastern League behind teammate Ali Sánchez (18 games)...Earned Post-Season and Mid-Season Eastern League All-Star honors...Was named Player of the Week for the week of May 19...Earned first-career weekly honor after going 9-27 with four homers and four doubles in seven games...Made 52 starts as catcher and 49 starts at first base for the Rumble Ponies...Played in 13 games for the Scottsdale Scorpions of the Arizona Fall League.
Was named an Eastern League mid-season All-Star, his second-straight mid-season honor.
Began the year with St. Lucie (A) of the Florida State League...Was promoted to Binghamton (AA) of the Eastern League on August 14... Named to the mid-season and post-season Florida State League All-Star teams... Batted .314 (54-172) over the first two months of the season with St. Lucie...Batted .363 (33-91) with 42 RBI with runners in scoring position while playing for St. Lucie...Recorded 26 multi-hit games (19 two-hit games and seven three-hit games) with St. Lucie...Had a 13-game hitting streak from April 26-May 9 where he batted .479 (23-48)...Drove in five runs on May 21 vs. Dunedin... Saw action at catcher, first base and designated hitter during the season.
Named to the Appalachian League's post-season All-Star team...Was the Sterling Award co-winner at Kingsport, emblematic of the top player on his team...Led the Appalachian League in doubles (27) and on-base percentage (.451)...Was second in the circuit in batting average (.354), RBI (48) and hits (80)...Was tied for second in extra-base hits (32), third in slugging percentage (.540) and fourth in total bases (122).