Brooks, a ninth-round selection by the New York Yankees in the 2009 MLB Draft, went 5-1 with a 0.62 ERA in 30 relief appearances this season for Staten Island (New York-Penn League). A three-year UCLA letterwinner, Brooks logged 48 strikeouts and 24 walks in 43.1 innings, registering a .180 opponent batting average.
Brooks becomes the second former UCLA ballplayer in as many seasons to lead his minor league ballclub to the New York-Penn League title. Third baseman Jermaine Curtis guided the Batavia Muckdogs to the 2008 New York-Penn League crown.
Decker, a 22nd-round selection by the San Diego Padres in the 2009 MLB Draft, earned Arizona League Most Valuable Player honors before earning a promotion to Fort Wayne, Ind. The native of Santa Monica, Calif., led the Arizona League with 15 home runs and 63 RBI and collected a .354 batting average.
Decker played in seven games for Fort Wayne, posting a .111 batting average and .333 on-base percentage. He finished his UCLA career last spring with 47 home runs, tied for the seventh-highest career total in program history.