Former Exeter High School standout Cody Morissette has shaken off a slow start and was named an All-Star in the Cape Cod Baseball League on Saturday.

Morissette, coming off a strong freshman season at Boston College, was one of 19 reserves named to the 28-player West Division All-Star team, with players taken from the Cape League’s five western-most teams. He is listed as a utility player.

In 20 games with the Bourne Braves this summer, Morissette is batting .298 — second on the team among regulars — with 11 RBIs.

He'll be joined by four of his Bourne teammates: pitchers Max Lardner (Gonzaga), Harrison Rutkowski (University of New Brunswick) and Karl Johnson (UConn), and outfieder Jud Fabian (Florida) on the West roster. 

The Cape League All-Star Game will be played on July 21 at Eldredge Park in Orleans. The league is regarded as the best summer collegiate league in the country, producing a numerous amount of players who go on to reach Major League Baseball.

Tringale, Landry share lead

SILVIS, Illinois (AP) — Cameron Tringale and Andrew Landry topped the John Deere Classic leaderboard Saturday, with a half-dozen guys right behind them.

Winless on the PGA Tour, Tringale shot a 6-under 65 to match Landy at 16-under 197 at TPC Deere Run. Landry had a 67. He won the Valero Texas Open last year for his lone tour title.

Bill Haas, the 2011 FedEx Cup champion, and Adam Schenk were a stroke back. Haas shot a 64, tying the best round of the day. Schenk had a 66.

Nick Watney also had a 64 to join 2016 winner Ryan Moore (65), Dylan Frattelli (65) and Vaughn Taylor (66) at 14 under. Chris Stroud (66), Lucas Glover (69) and Roger Sloan (67) were 13 under.

Blue Jays hold off Yankees

NEW YORK (AP) — Toronto center fielder Randal Grichuk made a diving catch with the bases loaded and hit a two-run single as the Blue Jays held off the New York Yankees, 2-1, Saturday.

The AL East-leading Yankees, who have not been shut out in more than a year, scored with two outs in the ninth inning on Aaron Judge's fourth hit of the game, a single off third baseman Brandon Drury's glove.

With runners at the corners, Luke Voit looked at strike three from Daniel Hudson to end it. Hudson posted his second save while Voit went 0 for 3 with two walks after being activated from the injured list.

Joe Biagini (3-1) got one out, allowing a hit and walk, and picked up the win. Toronto starter Clayton Richard left after two innings with left lat tightness, and five relievers followed.