The accolades keep on coming for Mat Gamel. The Milwaukee Brewers prospect is coming off a season that saw him garner Hawaii Winter Baseball MVP honors, the Offensive Player of the Year award and a Postseason All-Star selection.

The 22-year-old third baseman led the league in hits (40), homers (eight), runs scored (25) and slugging percentage (.608) in 33 games for North Shore, which claimed the championship with a 26-12 record. He also finished third in batting average (.333) and RBIs (25). A fourth-round pick in 2005 out of Chipola Junior College (Fla.), Gamel hit .300 with nine homers and 60 RBIs in 128 games for Class A Advanced Brevard County during the season and earned a spot on the Florida State League Postseason All-Star squad.

Yutaka Tamaki was named Hawaii Winter Baseball's Pitcher of the Year, going 4-0 with a 2.22 ERA in 10 games (eight starts) for Waikiki. Teammate Justin Sellers (Athletics) was chosen as Defensive Player of the Year after committing just three errors in 27 games at second base and shortstop.

Hawaii Winter Baseball All-Stars
Pos
1B
2B
3B
SS
OF
OF
OF
C
Util.
SP
SP
SP
RP
RP
RP
Player
Ian Gac
Miguel Abreu
Mat Gamel
Argenis Diaz
Michael Wilson
Austin Jackson
Fuminori Yokogawa
Michael McKenry
Brandon Snyder
Shinya Nakayama
Keisaku Itokazu
Yutaka Tamaki
Ken Miyamoto
Takashi Kamoshida
Daniel Bard
Team
West Oahu
Honolulu
North Shore
Honolulu
Waikiki
Honolulu
Honolulu
Waikiki
Honolulu
North Shore
West Oahu
Waikiki
West Oahu
North Shore
Honolulu
Org
TEX
BAL
MIL
BOS
SEA
NYY
N/A
COL
BAL
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
BOS

Honolulu led all clubs with six Postseason All-Star selections this year, while West Oahu, North Shore and Waikiki had three apiece.

The six Sharks selected were second baseman Miguel Abreu (Orioles), shortstop Argenis Diaz (Red Sox), outfielders Austin Jackson (Yankees) and Fuminori Yokogawa, first baseman Brandon Snyder (Orioles) and reliever Daniel Bard (Red Sox).

First baseman Ian Gac (Rangers) and starters Keisaku Itokazu and Ken Miyamoto were the CaneFires representatives, while starter Shinya Nakayama and reliever Takashi Kamoshida joined Gamel from the Honu.

Rounding out the 15-man squad were outfielder Michael Wilson (Mariners), catcher Michel McKenry (Rockies) and starter Yutaka Tamaki of the BeachBoys.