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2012 Team USA San Diego Rooster

Manager: Mark Wilson #11

Coaches:  Dave Lewis #12
Bill McClurg #17
Cliff Bernard


Record: 0-0
Sponsors: All-Star Sports Equiptment,Barona Band Of Mission Indians,Brown Gloves,Eric Chavez Baseball Academy

 

# Name
JAMIE ABRAMS
IVAN AMAYA
JOAQUIN AVALOS
BRAEDEN BARR
AUSTIN BERNARD
BRANDON BERTUSSI
SISLER CLAYTON
JOEY D’AMICO
JONATHAN DOULGEROPOULOS
ALBERTO ESCOTO
JOSHUA FITZGERALD
HUNTER IRWIN
ROMAN MARTINEZ
JOEL MITCHELL
CYRUS NOLAN
ANDY RIOS
CARL SCHWETTMAN
CLAYTON SISLER
TRISTAN SIZIK
PATRICK SULLIVAN
DYLAN WANNAMAKER

The Agony of Defeat

In the 2011 15U World Baseball Tournament Gold Medal Game, Japan National rallies  from a 6-4 deficit against Japan Khushu in the bottom of the 7th to tie the game and send it into extra innings. National ends up winning 8-7 in dramatic fashion. The beauty of this game is the way both teams played with passion and pride. After the winning run scores, The Khushu Parents, Players and Coaches are at their best. The video and pictures speak for itself about losing, victory, and grace. It was my privilege to witness for two weeks, and especially this championship game, the way the game of baseball was meant to be played and respected. We all can learn from it.
Cal Ripken Jr. exhibit at the Baseball Hall of...

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Hall of Famer playing a big role in developing high school talent

When Cal Ripken Jr. built his youth baseball facility in Aberdeen, Md., he wanted kids to get the feeling of what it is like to play in big-league stadiums. He spent heavily to construct a 3,500-seat replica of Camden Yards, complete with a hotel that stands in for the right-field warehouse in Baltimore.

The other fields aren’t quite as detailed, but he added a Green Monster on his Fenway Park and with brother Billy Ripken tried to make the outfield wall of another diamond duplicate Wrigley Field. Read Whole story.

CHRISTIAN 4, WHITTIER 3

 – The Patriots won back-to-back games for the first time since the middle of March on Tuesday (Apr. 19) as they edged the Whittier Cardinals in a Lions Tournament Division 5A pool play game at Monte Vista.

JOSH SUFFRIDGE and KYLE HARRIS combined to pitch a 3-hitter as Christian improved to 7-10-1.

The Patriots broke a 1-1 tie with two runs in the 3rd inning. Whittier helped out by walking the bases loaded, issuing consecutive free passes to CODY POTEET, SHIN KURODA and TANNER PERRY, with nobody out. MICHAEL POTEET than brought his brother home with a sacrifice fly. Suffridge hit into a force play, allowing Kuroda to score.

Christian scored what proved to be the winning run in the 4th inning. A.J. GREGOROVIC drew a two-out walk and advanced on a base hit up the middle by Cody Poteet. Kuroda then singled to right, scoring Gregorovic which at the time gave Christian a 4-1 lead.

198 Team USA alums on Opening Day rosters

Three teams tied with for lead with 10 alums
Major League Baseball’s 2011 Opening Day rosters included 198 players who are alumni of USA Baseball.USA Baseball is the National Governing Body of baseball in the United States and is a member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC). The organization selects and trains the USA Baseball Professional Teams, which include the World Baseball Classic Team and the World Cup Team; the USA Baseball Collegiate National Team; the USA Baseball 18U, 16U and 14U National Teams; and the Women’s National Team. Each of USA Baseball’s teams participate in various international competitions.

The Cleveland Indians, Philadelphia Phillies and the Tampa Bay Rays led all teams with 10 alums on each roster.

Below is the complete list of USA Baseball alumni, by Major League Club, who appeared on 2011 MLB Opening Day roster:

Arizona Diamondbacks (6)
Justin Upton – 2004 18U National Team
J.J. Putz – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Aaron Heilman – 1999 Collegiate National Team
Xavier Nady – 1998-2000 Collegiate National Teams
Willie Bloomquist – 1998 Collegiate National Team
Ian Kennedy – 2002 18U National Team, 2004-2005 Collegiate National Teams

Atlanta Braves (4)
Chipper Jones – 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic Teams
Brian McCann – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
David Ross – 1994 and 1995 18U National Teams
Freddie Freeman – 2005 16U National Team, 2006 18U National Team

Baltimore Orioles (9)
Matt Wieters – 2005 Collegiate National Team
Derrek Lee – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Brian Roberts – 1997 Collegiate National Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
J.J. Hardy – 2000 18U Pan American Team, 2000 18U National Team, 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Brendan Harris – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Mark Reynolds – 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Jake Arrieta – 2006 Collegiate National Team, 2008 Olympic Team
Justin Duchscherer – 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Jeremy Guthrie – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team

Boston Red Sox (9)
Carl Crawford – 2001 World Cup Team
J.D. Drew – 1996 Collegiate National Team
Kevin Youkilis – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Dustin Pedroia – 2002-2003 Collegiate National Teams, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Dan Wheeler – 1999 Pan American Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Jason Varitek – 1992 Collegiate National Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Jarrod Saltalamacchia – 2001 16U National Team, 2002 18U National Team, 2004 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Daniel Bard – 2003 18U Pan American Team, 2004 Collegiate National Team
Jed Lowrie – 2004 Collegiate National Team

Chicago Cubs (5)
John Grabow – 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Jeff Baker – 1997 16U National Team, 1999 18U National Team, 2000 and 2001 Collegiate National Team
Koyie Hill – 1997 18U Pan American Qualifying Team, 1997 18U National Team, 1999 Collegiate National Team
Tyler Colvin – 2006 World Cup Team
Darwin Barney – 2006 Collegiate National Team

Chicago White Sox (9)
Jake Peavy – 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic Teams
Adam Dunn – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Paul Konerko – 1993 18U National Team
Carlos Quentin – 1999 18U National Team, 2001-2002 Collegiate National Teams
Jesse Crain — 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Phillip Humber – 2002 Collegiate National Team
Lastings Milledge – 2001 16U National Team, 2002 18U National Team, 2005 World Cup Team, 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Sergio Santos – 2001 18U Pan American Team
Brent Lillibridge – 2003 Collegiate National Team

Cincinnati Red (4)
Drew Stubbs – 2004-2005 Collegiate National Team
Homer Bailey – 2002 16U National Team
Paul Janish – 2003 Collegiate National Team
Mike Leake – 2008 Collegiate National Team

Cleveland Indians (10)
Grady Sizemore – 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Chris Perez – 2005 Collegiate National Team, 2007 World Cup Team
Austin Kearns – 1997 18U National Team
Adam Everett – 1997 Collegiate National Team, 2000 Olympic Team
Travis Buck – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Shelley Duncan – 1999 Collegiate National Team
Trevor Crowe – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Matt LaPorta – 2005 Collegiate National Team, 2008 Olympic Team
Lou Marson – 2008 Olympic Team
Jason Donald – 2008 Olympic Team

Colorado Rockies (9)
Todd Helton – 1993 Collegiate National Team
Huston Street – 2001 18U Pan American Team, 2002-2003 Collegiate National Teams, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Troy Tulowitzki – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Matt Lindstrom – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Chris Iannetta – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Ian Stewart – 2002 18U National Team
Jason Giambi – 1991-1992 Collegiate National Teams
Seth Smith – 2003 Collegiate National Team
Dexter Fowler – 2008 Olympic Team

Detroit Tigers (5)
Justin Verlander – 2003 Collegiate National Team
Brad Penny – 1999 Pan American Team
Ryan Raburn – 1997 16U National Team
Max Scherzer – 2005 Collegiate National Team
Austin Jackson – 2002 16U Pan American Team

Florida Marlins (2)
Brian Sanches – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Brett Hayes – 2004 Collegiate National Team

Houston Astros (4)
Michael Bourn – 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Jason Castro – 2009 World Cup Team
Mark Melancon – 2005 Collegiate National Team
Brett Wallace – 2007 Collegiate National Team

Kansas City Royals (6)
Billy Butler – 2002 16U National Team, 18U Pan American Team, 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Jeff Francoeur – 2001 18U Pan American Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Luke Hochevar – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Alex Gordon – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Sean O’Sullivan – 2003 16U National Team, 2004 18U National Team
Tim Collins – 2010 Pan American Qualifying Team

Los Angeles Angels (8) Vernon Wells – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Scott Kazmir – 2001 18U Pan American Team
Jered Weaver – 2003 Collegiate National Team, 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Howie Kendrick – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Jeff Mathis – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team
Kevin Jepsen – 2008 Olympic Team
Brandon Wood – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Hank Conger – 2004 16U National Team

Los Angeles Dodgers (7) Ted Lilly – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Jonathan Broxton – 2009 World Baseball Classic
Chad Billingsley – 2002 18U National Team
Casey Blake – 1994-1996 Collegiate National Teams
James Loney – 2000 16U National Team
Clayton Kershaw – 2005 18U National Team
Xavier Paul – 2000-2001 16U National Teams

Milwaukee Brewers (6)
Randy Wolf – 1994 18U National Team, 1995-1996 Collegiate National Teams
Rickie Weeks – 2001-2002 Collegiate National Teams
Ryan Braun – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
LaTroy Hawkins – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Mark Kotsay – 1995-1996 Collegiate National Teams
Jeremy Reed – 2001 Collegiate National Team, 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team

Minnesota Twins (8)
Joe Mauer – 1999-2000 18U National Team, 2000 18U Pan American Team, 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Joe Nathan – 2006 World Baseball Classic
Michael Cuddyer – 1996-1997 18U National Teams
Delmon Young – 2000 16U National Team
Kevin Slowey – 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Denard Span – 2001 18U Pan American Team
Brian Duensing – 2007 World Cup Team, 2008 Olympic Team
Jeff Manship – 2001 16U National Team, 2003 18U Pan American Team

New York Mets (7)
David Wright – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Mike Pelfrey – 2004 Collegiate National Team
R.A. Dickey – 1994-1996 Collegiate National Teams
Chris Capuano – 2001 World Cup Team
Jon Niese – 2004 18U National Team
Ike Davis – 2003 16U National Team, 2004 18U National Team, 2009 World Cup Team
Mike Nickeas – 1999 16U National Team, 2001 18U Pan American Team, 2003 Collegiate National Team

New York Yankees (4)
Alex Rodriguez – 1992 18U National Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Derek Jeter – 2006 and 2009 World Baseball Classic Teams
Nick Swisher – 2001 Collegiate National Team
Curtis Granderson – 2009 World Baseball Classic

Oakland Athletics (9)
Brian Fuentes – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Kurt Suzuki – 2006 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Connor Jackson – 2002 Collegiate National Team
Brett Anderson, 2004 16U National Team, 2005 18U National Team, 2008 Olympic Team
Brad Ziegler – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Andy LaRoche – 2007 World Cup Team
Trevor Cahill – 2008 Olympic Team
Jerry Blevins – 2007 World Cup Team
Landon Powell – 1998 16U National Team, 2002 Collegiate National Team

Philadelphia Phillies (10) Ryan Howard – 2000 Collegiate National Team
Roy Oswalt – 2000 Olympic Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Chase Utley – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Brad Lidge – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Jimmy Rollins – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Shane Victorino – 2005 CONCEBE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Ryan Madson – 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Brian Schneider – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
J.C. Romero – 1999 Pan American Team
John Mayberry – 2004 Collegiate National Team

Pittsburgh Pirates (9)
Chris Snyder – 2001 Collegiate National Team
Pedro Alvarez – 2006-2007 Collegiate National Teams, 2009 World Cup Team
Joel Hanrahan – 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Jeff Karstens – 2007 World Cup Team
Andrew McCutchen – 2004 18U National Team
Steve Pearce – 2007 World Cup Team
Jason Jaramillo – 2000 18U Pan American Team, 2007 World Cup Team
Brad Lincoln – 2009 World Cup Team
Josh Rodriguez – 2005 Collegiate National Team

St. Louis Cardinals (9)
Matt Holliday – 1997 18U Pan American Team, 1997 18U National Team, 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team, 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Ryan Franklin – 2000 Olympic Team
Gerald Laird – 1997 18U National Team, 2003 COPABE Olympic Qualifying Team
Colby Rasmus -2007 World Cup Team
Jon Jay – 2005 Collegiate National Team
Tyler Greene – 2003 Collegiate National Team
Bryan Augenstein – 2006 Collegiate National Team
Allen Craig – 2002 18U National Team
Daniel Descalso – 2009 World Cup Team

San Diego Padres (6)
Heath Bell – 2009 World Baseball Classic
Ryan Ludwick – 1998 Collegiate National Team
Orlando Hudson – 2001 World Cup Team
Eric Patterson – 2002-2003 Collegiate National Teams
Rob Johnson – 2005 World Cup Team
Cory Luebke – 2009 World Cup Team

San Francisco Giants (4)
Brian Wilson – 2000 18U Pan American Team
Pat Burrell – 1997 Collegiate National Team
Buster Posey – 2004 18U National Team
Nate Schierholtz – 2008 Olympic Team

Seattle Mariners (4)
Milton Bradley – 1999 Pan American Team
Brandon League – 2000 18U National Team
Adam Kennedy – 1999 Pan American Team
Justin Smoak – 2007 Collegiate National Team, 2009 World Cup Team

Tampa Bay Rays (10)
Johnny Damon – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
B.J. Upton – 2001 18U Pan American
Ben Zobrist – 2005 World Cup Team
David Price – 2005-2006 Collegiate National Teams
Evan Longoria – 2007 World Cup Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
J.P. Howell – 2000 18U National Team, 2009 World Baseball Classic Team
Sean Rodriguez – 2001 16U National Team
Jeremy Hellickson – 2003 16U National Team
Sam Fuld – 2001-2002 Collegiate National Teams
Cesar Ramos – 2004 Collegiate Team

Texas Rangers (3)
Michael Young – 2006 World Baseball Classic Team
Julio Borbon – 2006 Collegiate National Team
Tommy Hunter – 2006 Collegiate National Team

Toronto Blue Jays (7)
Aaron Hill – 2002 Collegiate National Team
Jon Rauch – 2000 Olympic Team
John McDonald – 1998 Collegiate National Team
Ricky Romero – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Corey Patterson – 1997 18U Pan American Team
Jayson Nix – 2007 World Cup Team, 2008 Olympic Team
J.P. Arencibia – 2005-2006 Collegiate National Teams

Washington Nationals (5)
Ryan Zimmerman – 2004 Collegiate National Team
Stephen Strasburg – 2008 Collegiate National Team, 2008 Olympic Team
Rick Ankiel – 1996-1007 18U Nationals Teams
Sean Burnett – 1998 16U National Team
Danny Espinosa – 2003 16U National Team, 2007 Collegiate National Team

 

Lake Murray White Sox 2011 CBI Champs


Lake Murray White Sox – 2011 CBI Champs


Congratulations toLake Murray White Sox for winning the 4th Annual CBI Tournament, with a 7 to 6 win over Allied Gardens in the Championship game. Congratulations to all the teams that played in the tournament, everyone showed good sportsmanship. A special thanks to Murphy Canyon Little League for hosting the tournament, to all their volunteers for helping out. And finally a big thanks to the umpire crews for scrambling to cover all the games with the last minute game start changes due to Mother Nature.

 

 

 

Spanish Fork Takes Home Title

BEN COLLMAN/TODD GOLD/Perfect Game
Published: Friday, April 01, 2011

Spanish Fork (UT) took home the championship of the 2011 Big League Dugout Invitational tournament with a 3-2 win over national power Bishop Gorman (NV). The Dons, who were ranked #8 in the preseason Perfect Game National Top 50, proved that they were among the top teams in the country, something that cannot be said often about a team from Utah.

The 16 team tournament, played in the Scottsdale, AZ area, featured a stacked field, with teams from California, Arizona, Utah, Colorado, Illinois, and North Carolina.

Spanish Fork is currently #14 in the National Rankings and went 2-1 in pool play, their loss coming to Forsyth Country Day (NC), to advance to the championship day. They beat Regis Jesuit (CO) to advance to the much anticipated championship.

Bishop Gorman also went 2-1, losing to Downers Grove South (IL), before beating Corona Del Sol (CA) in semi-final play to earn a championship berth.

Starting on the mound for Bishop Gorman was junior RHP Joey Gallo, the 12th ranked player in the 2012 class, and recent LSU commit. Gallo, who threw earlier in the tournament, went 2 2/3 innings, surrendering single runs in the first and third as Spanish Fork jumped out to an early 2-0 lead. He allowed three hits, striking out five while walking three.

Gallo struggled at times with his command, but showed the great body and projection that make him a top prospect. His fastball sat 88-91 and touched 93; he complimented it with a low 70s slurve that is a developing second pitch.

Gorman trailed 2-0 going into the bottom of the 5th, before plating two runs off Spanish Fork starter Matt Nelson, with AJ Van Meetren and Tyler Baker picking up the RBI.

Nelson was very impressive facing an offense that had scored at least eight runs in 8 of their 11 contests on the year.  He worked in the low 80s with his fastball, showing excellent command and sink. He picked up the victory, allowing two runs on six hits over 6 innings, striking out five while not walking a batter.

Spanish Fork pushed across the go-ahead run in the top of the 6th on a two-out passed ball off Gorman reliever Billy Richardson.

Richardson was the tough-luck loser, allowing only one run on one hit in 4 1/3 innings of relief. He struck out eight while not walking a batter and threw an impressive 74% of pitches for strikes. His fastball sat 85-88 with a very good slider at 76-78.

Nelson pitched to one batter in the 7th, allowing a leadoff single, before being lifted for ace RHP Kayden Porter. He induced two outs on groundballs and allowed a single before striking out the final batter to end the game. Porter, a North Carolina commit ranked #9 in the 2012 class, worked 92-94 and also showed a biting 81-83 mph slider, and was very impressive.

Coming off the huge tournament win, Spanish Fork looks to move up in the national rankings. They get back in action back in Utah with games against Maple Mountain on Tuesday and Thursday.

Gorman gets back to Nevada play with games tonight against Pahrump Valley, and tomorrow against Western. They face Clark and Bonanza early next week before a huge matchup at Sierra Vista, which is part of the PG Hittin’ the Road trip. We cover the game live, providing live scoring and blogs as well as live twitter updates and video of top prospects.

 

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Little League Approved BPF-ABI Composite (2-1/4in) Baseball Bats 3/20/11

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Last updated: Mar. 30, 2011


 

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS East County San Diego Baseball

EAST COUNTY HIGH SCHOOL BASEBALL — 2011 STATISTICS

Compiled by © East County Sports.com

INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS (thru Mar. 20th)

BATTING  (Min. 10 AB)    AVG   AB   R   H  2B  3B  HR  RBI  SB
Romello Carbuccia-H     .643   14   1   9   3   0   0   10   1
Rashad Harlin-H         .643   14   4   9   3   0   1    2   2
Cody Poteet-Chr         .609   23  11  14   3   0   0    7   7
Nick Sabo-MV            .588   17   6  10   2   0   2    7   0
Ryan McClanahan-GH      .583   12   6   7   1   1   0    4   0
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Francisco Tellez-V      .579   19   7  11   2   1   1    5   0
Anthony Ortega-MM       .543   14   4   5   2   0   0    4   8
Troy Conyers-EC         .526   19   7  10   4   0   3   10   0
Josh Suffridge-Chr      .524   21   5  11   2   1   1   10   1
Spencer Nielsen-EC      .500   16   4   8   4   0   0    4   0
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Brandon Byrd-WH         .500   14   4   7   0   0   0    2   3
Garrett Gandolfo-SC     .500   14   3   7   3   0   0    6   0
Vinny Sorrentino-SC     .500   14   2   7   1   0   0    0   3
Josh Rose-GH            .471   17   4   8   2   0   3    8   0
Cameron Balough-S       .467   15   7   7   1   1   1    4   1
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Kacy Smith-H            .455   22   8  10   2   0   1    5   1
Charlie St. Clair-GH    .444   18   4   8   3   0   0    2   0
Clayton Royer-SC        .429   14   6   6   1   0   0    3   2
Tyrone Wiggins-EC       .421   19   7   8   1   1   2    5   4
Juwun McCray-MM         .417   12   5   5   1   0   0    4   8
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Tyler Timmer-G          .412   17   5   7   1   0   0    4   1
Eric Lozano-EC          .400   15   6   6   0   0   0    2   1
Robby Nesovic-G         .400   15   3   6   1   0   1    3   1
Jesse Jenner-SC         .400   15   4   6   3   0   1    4   1
Jonathan Alegria-S      .400   15   6   6   3   0   0    3   3
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Sheldon Gabriels-EC     .389   18   4   7   1   0   0    2   2
Chris Maples-MM         .385   13   3   5   0   0   0    3   3
Trevor Tinney-FC        .385   13   6   5   1   0   0    4   3
Kyle McBride-V          .385   13   0   5   0   0   0    2   0
Ryan Nuckols-WH         .375   16   5   6   0   0   0    1   0
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Will Soto-G             .368   19   3   7   0   0   0    3   3
Zach Cummings-FC        .364   11   1   4   2   0   0    4   0
Jordan Lancaster-FC     .364   11   4   4   0   1   0    0   1
Brandon Jarosin-FC      .357   14   7   5   1   0   0    2   2
Justin Mitchell-GH      .357   14   1   5   1   0   0    5   0
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Josh Fitzgerald-Chr     .357   14   4   5   0   0   0    2   1
Bryce Mosier-V          .353   17   3   6   2   0   0    4   1
Brad Boehmke-SC         .353   17   3   6   1   1   0    2   3
Zach Breidt-S           .350   17   4   6   1   0   0    2   0
Diego Reynoso-H         .350   20   5   7   1   0   1    6   0
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Alex Parsons-WH         .333   18   2   6   3   0   0    3   0
J.R. Atterbury-FC       .333   18   1   6   2   1   0    5   2
Chuck Moorman-EC        .333   18   3   6   0   0   0    3   0
Corey Poe-S             .333   18   2   6   2   0   0    6   0
Sean Ross-S             .333   15   3   5   0   0   0    5   0
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Noah Cummings-GH        .333   12   3   4   0   0   0    4   0
Michael Poteet-Chr      .333   12   5   7   0   3   1    9   0
Phil Johnston-Chr       .333   12   3   4   0   1   0    4   0
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OTHER BATTING CATEGORIES:
MOST RUNS:
11-C.Poteet (Chr),
8-K.Smith (H),
7-Tellez (V), Conyers (EC), Wiggins (EC), Jarosin (FC), Balough (S),
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MOST HITS:
14-C.Poteet (Chr),
11-Tellez (V), Suffridge (Chr).
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DOUBLES:
4-Conyers (EC), Nielsen (EC).
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TRIPLES:
3- Michael Poteet (Chr).
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HOME RUNS:
3—Troy Conyers (EC),Josh Rose (GH),
2-Wiggins (EC), Sabo (MV), Martinez (S).
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RBI:
10-Conyers(EC),Carbuccia (H), Suffridge (Chr),
9-M.Poteet (Chr),
8-Rose (GH).
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STOLEN BASES:
10–Moreno (MM), Preciado (MM),
8-Ortega (MM), McCray (MM),
7-C.Poteet (Chr).
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GWRBI:
2-Conyers (EC), Sabo (MV).
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PITCHING STATISTICS (Min. 9 Innings)NAME                   W-L-S    ERA   CG    IP     H   R   ER   K  BB
Jake Reed-H            2-0-2   0.00    0   13.0    2   0   0   20   2
Nick Sabo-MV           1-1-1   0.54    1   13.0   10   7   1   13   1
Daniel Starwalt-GH     1-1-0   0.58    1   12.0    7   4   1   14   1
Juwun McCray-MtM       2-0-1   0.70    0   10.0    6   3   1   10   8
Cameron Howell-WH      1-1-0   0.70    0   10.0    4   2   1    9   2
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Nino Tutino-V          0-0-0   0.81    0    8.2    7   4   1    6   4
Cody Poteet-Chr        1-0-0   0.88    0    8.0    4   1   1   12   3
Kevin Ginkel-EC        2-0-0   1.17    1   12.0   10   2   2    7   1
Mauro Olivarria-H      2-0-0   1.27    0   11.0   11   3   2   10   5
Robby Nesovic-G        2-0-1   1.54    0   13.2    7   4   3    9   6
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Jarrod Rowson-WH       0-1-1   1.61    0    8.2    5   3   2    9   2
Troy Conyers-EC        1-0-0   1.70    0   12.1    7   3   3   18   3
Brad Moreno-MM         1-0-0   1.75    0    8.0    7   4   2    4   5
Joe Musgrove-G         2-1-0   1.94    1   18.0   16   6   5   16   2
Michael Cederoth-SC    0-0-0   2.10    0   10.0    7   3   3   17   7
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Michael Poteet-Chr     0-0-0   2.42    0    8.2    4   3   3   13   5
Ryan Petersen-V        0-2-0   3.00    1    9.1   15   5   4    8   2
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WINS:
2-Musgrove (G), Reed (H), McCray (MM), Ginkel (EC), Olivarria (H),
Nesovic (G), Camarda (S), Johnson (V), Gomez (SC).
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SAVES:
2-Reed (H).
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STRIKEOUTS:
20-Reed (H),
18-Conyers (EC),
17-Cederoth (SC),
16-Musgrove (G),
15-Camarda (S),
14-Starwalt (GH).
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COMPLETE GAMES:
1-Musgrove (G), Starwalt (GH), Sabo (MV), Petersen (V), Ginkel (EC).
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NOTE: Statistics supplied by coaches.
(3-20-11)
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Legend:
Chr – Christian
ECV – El Cajon Valley
EC  - El Capitan
FC  - Foothills Christian
GH  - Granite Hills
G   - Grossmont
H   - Helix
MV  - Monte Vista
MM  - Mount Miguel
S   - Santana
SC  - Steele Canyon
V   - Valhalla
WH  - West Hills

Perfect Game USA announces Underclassmen Preseason All-American Teams

Perfect Game

Annual awards recognize the top Underclass athletes at the high school level

Cedar Rapids, IA. (March 21, 2011) – Perfect Game USA announced today its Preseason All-American Teams to recognize the top underclass high school baseball athletes in the U.S.

The Perfect Game Preseason All American 1st, 2nd and 3rd team recognizes 300 players from the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico. Each team consists of 100 players who are currently juniors or sophomores in high school. There is also a high honorable mention and an honorable mention list to identify other potential top underclassmen.

“To receive the Perfect Game Preseason All-American Award is a tremendous achievement for these high school athletes,” said Jerry Ford, President, Perfect Game USA. “We’re proud to recognize their talent as they continue to prepare for their future in baseball.”

About Perfect Game USA: Perfect Game is the world’s largest scouting report service, reporting on thousands of young players each year. Along with holding the top tournaments and showcase events Perfect Game has established a reputation for identifying the top baseball prospects each year. The PG identification process has become a valuable and respected resource for College Recruiters and MLB Scouts. For more information, please visit http://www.perfectgame.org.

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Perfect Game USA 1st Team Preseason HS Underclassmen All American
Name Pos. Ht Wt City St High School Grad Commitment
Anthony Alford OF 6-1 205 Petal MS Petal 2012
Albert Almora OF 6-1 170 Hialeah FL Mater 2012 Miami
Keon Barnum 1B 6-4 220 Tampa FL King 2012
Braden Bishop OF 6-1 185 San Carlos CA St. Francis 2012 Washington
Skye Bolt OF 6-3 175 Woodstock GA Holy Innocents 2012 North Carolina
Colton Bottomley OF 6-3 180 Parkland FL Douglas 2012 Wake Forest
Alex Bregman SS 5-11 180 Albuquerque NM Albuquerque Academy 2012 Louisiana State
Lewis Brinson OF Tamarac FL Coral Springs 2012 Florida
Curt Britt RHP 6-2 210 Laurinburg NC Scotland 2012 South Carolina
Morgan Bunting 1B 6-4 180 Atlanta GA Woodward Academy 2012
Ryan Burr RHP 6-4 210 Highlands Ranch CO Highlands Ranch 2012 Arizona State
Jason Carmichael RHP 6-3 160 Cape Coral FL Mariner 2012 Florida
Kyle Carter OF 6-0 175 Midland GA Columbus 2012
Gavin Cecchini SS 6-1 180 Lake Charles LA Barbe 2012
Taylore Cherry RHP 6-10 260 Dayton OH Vandalia Butler 2012 North Carolina
Christopher Chinea C 6-0 205 Miami FL Gulliver Prep 2012 Miami
Carlos Correa SS 6-3 185 Santa Isabel PR PR Baseball Academy 2012
Clint Coulter C 6-3 200 Camas WA Union High School 2012
Matthew Crownover LHP 6-0 195 Ringgold GA Ringgold 2012 Clemson
Patrick Delano RHP 6-6 240 Braintree MA Braintree HS 2012
Dalton DiNatale 3B 6-4 195 Parkland FL Calvary Christian Academy 2012
Riley Ferrell RHP 6-2 195 College Station TX A&M Consolidated 2012 TCU
Max Foody LHP 6-4 214 Ponte Vedra Beach FL IMG Baseball Academy 2012 Florida
Max Fried LHP 6-3 165 Encino CA Montclair Prep 2012 UCLA
Kyle Funkhouser RHP 6-2 187 Oak Forest IL Oak Forest 2012 Louisville
Joey Gallo 3B 6-5 205 Henderson NV Bishop Gorman 2012 Louisiana State
Nolan Gannon RHP 6-3 175 San Diego CA Santa Fe Christian HS 2012
Cory Geisler LHP 5-11 175 Spring TX Klein Collins 2012 Texas
Henry Gigeous RHP 6-3 200 Algonquin IL Jacobs 2012 Oregon
Lucas Giolito RHP 6-6 220 Santa Monica CA Harvard Westlake 2012 UCLA
Steven Golden OF 6-3 180 San Leandro CA St Francis 2012
Stephen Gonsalves OF 6-5 180 San Marcos CA Cathedral Catholic 2013 San Diego
Tyler Gonzales SS 6-2 170 San Antonio TX James Madison 2012 Southern California
Matt Gonzalez SS 6-0 175 Acworth GA Harrison 2012 Georgia Tech
Mathew Goodson OF 6-0 205 Oxford AL Oxford 2012 Alabama
Zach Green SS 6-3 185 Rocklin CA Jesuit 2012 Oregon State
Taylor Gushue C 6-2 190 Boca Raton FL Calvary Christian 2012 Florida
Chris Harvey C 6-4 215 Norristown PA Germantown Academy 2012 Vanderbilt
Courtney Hawkins RHP 6-2 213 Corpus Christi TX Corpus Christi Carroll 2012
Ty Hensley C 6-4 205 Edmond OK Santa Fe 2012
Blake Hickman C 6-4 210 Palos Hills IL Simeon 2012
Christopher (CJ) Hinojosa SS 5-11 175 Spring TX Klein Collins 2012 Texas
Clinton Hollon RHP 6-1 190 Lexington KY Woodford County 2013 Kentucky
David Houser C 6-1 209 West Columbia SC AC Flora 2012
Hayden Hurst RHP 6-5 225 Jacksonville FL Bolles 2012
Cole Irvin LHP 6-3 160 Anaheim CA Servite 2012 Oregon
Zach Irwin LHP 6-3 210 Madison MS Madison Central 2012 Mississippi
Vincent Jackson OF 6-4 190 McDonough GA Luella 2012
Wesley Jones MIF 6-1 185 Lithonia GA Redan 2013
Karl Keglovits RHP 6-5 220 Nazareth PA Nazareth Area 2012
Carson Kelly 3B 6-2 200 Portland OR Westview 2012
Michael Klement C 6-1 180 Cooper City FL American Heritage 2012 Oklahoma State
Dylan Lavelle MIF 6-2 180 Lake Stevens WA Lake Stevens 2012
Brett Lilek LHP 6-4 185 South Holland IL Marian Catholic 2012
Kieran Lovegrove RHP 6-4 180 Mission Viejo CA Mission Viejo 2012 Arizona State
Jamal Martin OF 5-8 180 West Palm Beach FL Park Vista 2012 Florida State
Jeremy Martinez C 5-11 195 Fountain Valley CA Mater Dei 2013 Southern California
Lance McCullers RHP 6-2 195 Tampa FL Jesuit 2012 Florida
Chase Mullins LHP 6-8 235 Paris KY Bourbon County 2012 Kentucky
Matt Olson 1B 6-4 225 Lilburn GA Parkview 2012
Corey Oswalt 3B 6-4 200 San Diego CA James Madison 2012 Oregon
Fernando Perez 3B 6-1 185 Chula Vista CA Otay Ranch 2012
Kayden Porter RHP 6-5 240 Spanish Fork UT Spanish Fork 2012 North Carolina
Cody Poteet RHP 6-1 170 Bonita CA Christian 2012 UCLA
Zach Quintana MIF 6-0 180 Las Vegas NV Arbor View 2012 San Diego State
Tanner Rahier SS 6-2 205 Indian Wells CA Palm Desert 2012 San Diego
Christopher Rivera RHP 6-0 175 Fullerton CA El Dorado 2013 Cal State Fullerton
Nelson Rodriguez C 6-1 195 New York NY George Washington 2012
Avery Romero MIF 6-0 190 St. Augustine FL Pedro Menendez 2012 Florida
Rock Rucker OF 6-5 215 Marietta GA Home school 2012
Rio Ruiz 3B 6-2 195 Covina CA Bishop Amat 2012 Southern California
Addison Russell SS 6-0 185 Pace FL Pace 2012 Auburn
Fernelys Sanchez OF 6-3 192 New York NY George Washington 2012
Jonathan Sandfort RHP 6-5 220 Winter Springs FL Winter Springs 2012 Florida
Cameron (CJ) Saylor C 5-10 185 West Covina CA South Hills 2012 San Diego State
Willie Schwanke 3B 6-1 185 Frisco TX Wakeland 2012
Corey Seager SS 6-3 190 Kannapolis NC Northwest Cabarrus 2012 South Carolina
Tucker Simpson RHP 6-7 220 Oxford AL Oxford 2012 Georgia Tech
Lucas Sims RHP 6-2 195 Lawrenceville GA Brookwood 2012 Clemson
Matthew Smoral LHP 6-8 225 Solon OH Solon 2012 North Carolina
Teddy Stankiewicz RHP 6-4 200 Keller TX Southwest Christian 2012 Arkansas
David Thompson OF 6-1 195 Miami FL Westminster Christian 2012 Miami
Jake Thompson RHP 6-4 230 Rockwall TX Rockwall-Heath 2012 Nebraska
Stryker Trahan C 6-1 215 Scott LA Acadiana 2012
Mitchell Traver RHP 6-7 245 Sugar Land TX Houston Christian 2012 Rice
Nick Travieso RHP 6-3 210 Pembroke Pines FL Archbishop McCarthy 2012 Miami
Kyle Twomey LHP 6-3 155 Placentia CA El Dorado 2012 Southern California
Duane Underwood OF 6-2 195 Marietta GA Pope 2012
Jesmuel Valentin Diaz MIF 5-10 175 Manati PR Puerto Rico Baseball Academy 2012
Hunter Virant LHP 6-2 160 Camarillo CA Camarillo 2012 UCLA
Zak Wasilewski LHP 6-2 200 Tazewell VA Tazewell 2012 South Carolina
Walker Weickel RHP 6-6 200 Orlando FL Olympia 2012 Miami
Boomer White C 5-10 192 Houston TX Memorial 2012
Dylan White LHP 6-4 220 Sarasota FL Sarasota 2013 Miami
Billy (Nick) Williams OF 6-3 195 La Marque TX Galveston Ball 2012
Garrett Williams LHP 6-2 170 Shreveport LA Calvary Baptist 2013
Trey Williams 3B 6-1 211 Saugus CA Valencia 2012 Pepperdine
Jesse Winker OF 6-3 198 Windermere FL Olympia 2012 Florida
Jameis Winston RHP 6-3 185 Hueytown AL Hueytown 2012
Hunter Wood RHP 6-2 170 Hindsville AR Rogers Heritage 2012 Arkansas
Ruben (RJ) Ybarra C 5-11 211 Riverside CA Riverside Poly 2012 Arizona State