Clear Fork has some very good players. Unfortunately one had surgery and may be out? Pleasant and RV have several good players as well. Here we go with the Booker love again. I'm not even sure he's the best player on his own team. Hitter, maybe. Player, no.
i don’t like booker as a person, he’s cocky and attitude problems. but i do know on the field his capabilities. think he’s playing with Brownlee lookouts now in summer, have a buddy who helps coach them. ranked ohio’s 48th prospect. he’s the best batter in the moac overall. Pitching has improved but has to locate. Harding won’t play to capability tho because of the idiot of a coach they have.
idk what bv has lost their best player but brung in good coach, not sure about galion. NU could be decent. Moac could be strong in baseball, a team might have a bad moac record this year and still be considered a decent team. I am ready for it to be baseball season already! hoping not to many postpones in april.
Seen Harding has a new face playing baseball. QB Noah Thompson, well i was told he was. He always played travel ball and was pretty good. will be a good aquistion for harding. Also interested to see if Junior Devin Dillinger makes the leap on the mound, has potential to be best pitcher in the area. kid throws gas but location has been a problem. i remember him throwing in the 70s when he was an 8th grader and was looking forward to him in HS. lacks size at the plate
I like how the league is scheduling the games this year. Back to back days with the same school means you can't save your #1 pitcher to face a certain team each time you play them (Obviously rain outs will change this) but it means you had better have more than one stud on the mound if you are going to win the league.
Post by Willard Fillmore on Mar 28, 2018 14:09:54 GMT -5
Ontario should have a competitive team. They return 9 lettermen. Primarily a line drive team with a lot of speed. Of the starters that return, 5 had between 8 and 15 stolen bases last year. They're led by shortstop Avery Fisher who hit .449. He was 2nd Team All-Ohio last year a Sophomore, when he committed to Ohio State. Also 3 pitchers return that last year had ERAs of 1.33, 1.84 and 2.71. Two talented Freshman could contribute on the mound and in the field.