JC Holt, along with 5 other standout players, was inducted into the Cape Cod Baseball League Hall of Fame in ceremonies held Saturday, November 19, 2016, at the Chatham Bars Inn.
The sweet-swinging LSU product enjoyed a banner season for the Whitecaps in 2003, named Cape League MVP after leading the league with .388 batting average, breaking Brewster team record previously held by Bobby Kielty’s .384 in 1999.
The Sieper, La., native produced 52 hits and .423 OBP with a 21-game hitting streak as he led Whitecaps to East Division title and best record (24-17-3) in CCBL. Holt played three outfield positions, finishing second in the league with six assists and also played second base. He was NCAA Regional MVP before arriving on the Cape. He was drafted by Atlanta in 3rd round of 2004 Draft and played in minor leagues for eight years, hitting .277 overall and batted over .300 four times. JC is currently a high school teacher and (of course) baseball coach in central Louisiana.
JC was accompanied by his mom & dad, John and Janet, along with his wife, Tiffany and son, Gavin.