Cade Belyeu




210 lbs








Auburn, Ala.




  • Named VBL Player of the Week on June 10, the first Tom Sox player to garner those honors since 2022
  • Three home runs in first two games set team record
  • As of 6/10 – leads league in slugging pct, home runs, RBI, runs scored


  • SEC All-Freshman selection

** Bio details courtesy of Auburn Athletics **


  • Attended Auburn High School (AL)
  • Tabbed by Perfect Game as the No. 3 player in Alabama, including the No. 2 outfielder
  • Ranked the No. 197 overall player in the class
  • Two-time ASWA All-State honoree – first team in 2023 and second team in 2022
  • Hit .348 with 62 hits, including 11 doubles and 16 home runs, and 55 RBI in 64 games across his junior and senior seasons


  • Son of Staci and Roger Belyeu
  • Has one brother, Brock
  • Born in Opelika, Alabama, on Nov. 16, 2004

Career Statistics

Belyeu’s Bomb Backs Tom Sox in 9-5 Win

On “Festivus Night” at the ballpark, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (13-4) were the masters of their domain, saying “no soup (or win) for you” to the Harrisonburg Turks (8-8) with a 9-5 victory. The Seinfeld tribute was a hit for the ‘Sox as they defeated the Turks for the first time this season in front of a nice crowd at Willie T. Barnett Field. C’Ville was backed by a Cade Belyeu (Auburn) three-run homer in his return to the lineup that highlighted a six-run bottom of the second.

Five Tom Sox Players, Coach Randy Tomlin Named to VBL Prospect Games Roster

Five Tom Sox players, along with Head Coach Randy Tomlin, were named to the Valley League's South Division Roster for the 2024 NACSB Prospect Games at Liberty University.

Tom Sox OF Cade Belyeu Named VBL South Player of the Week

Tom Sox outfielder Cade Belyeu (So., Auburn, Ala./Auburn) has been named the Valley Baseball League South Division Player of the Week, as selected by the VBL office.

Harrisonburg’s Offensive Explosion Hands the Tom Sox their First Home Loss

The Charlottesville Tom Sox (5-2) took their first home loss of the season on Sunday afternoon in a back-and-forth, 12-8 battle against the Harrisonburg Turks (3-4). After scoring four runs in the first inning and tying the game in the fourth, the ‘Sox were unable to keep up with Harrisonburg’s potent offense to complete a late-inning comeback.

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