2013 baseball players to watch
See which high school baseball athletes are players to watch in 2013.
Elmont, P/OF, Sr.
Finished with a 5-1 record, two saves and a 1.98 ERA. He had 61 strikeouts in 41 innings and threw two shutouts. |
Eastport-South Manor, 3B/OF, Jr.
Three-year varsity player with 13 career home runs and 70 RBIs. Verbal commitment to Winthrop. |
Connetquot, SS/P, Sr.
Suffolk League II MVP batted .441 with 21 runs scored. Committed to Stony Brook. |
Shoreham-Wading River, 1B/C, Jr.
Fourth year on varsity, holds many school records, verbally committed to Miami. |
Center Moriches, SS/P, Jr.
The 6-4 righty had a 5-2 record with 52 strikeouts in 41 innings. Verbally committed to Louisville. |
Riverhead pitcher Matt Crohan struck out 43 batters in 27 innings and posted a 3-1 record with a 1.70 ERA. Matt, a senior, has committed to Winthrop University.
Chaminade, P, Sr.
Hard-throwing righty with 36 strikeouts in 27 innings and a 2.87 ERA. Committed to Army. |
MacArthur, SS/2B, Sr.
Three-year starter who batted .390 as a junior in the leadoff spot. An Ivy League prospect. |
St. John the Baptist, P, Sr.
A three-year starter with a three-pitch repertoire which includes a quality changeup and curveball. Committed to Quinnipiac. |
Massapequa, C, Sr.
The All-County selection is excellent defensively. Committed to Northeastern. |
Clarke, 3B/P, Sr.
All-Nassau batted .438 with three home runs and 29 RBIs. Had a 7-1 record with 2.44 ERA. Committed to Hofstra. |
Longwood, SS/P, Jr.
Two-time All-Suffolk selection, who batted .363. Has a verbal commitment to Stony Brook. |
Kings Park, P, Senior
The 6-foot-3 righthander had a 7-1 record with a 1.48 ERA. He is committed to Stony Brook.
Andrew Hess of Valley Stream South hit safely in 23 of 24 games and batted .457 with 20 RBIs including 14 extra-base hits. He is also valedictorian of senior class with 2,320 SAT score.
MacArthur, SS/3B, Sr.
Lefthanded hitter with power to all fields and exceptional athleticism. Committed to Seton Hall. |
Port Washington, P, Sr.
All-Nassau selection and Diamond Award finalist who had 81 strikeouts in 37 innings. Committed to Princeton. |
Sachem East, OF, Sr.
Batted .475 with 17 RBI and earned the outfield Gold Glove Award. Committed to Rhode Island. |
Ward Melville, P, Sr.
Earned Gibson Award as Suffolk’s top pitcher. Allowed no earned runs in 53 innings. Committed to Connecticut. |
Holy Trinity, OF/P, Sr.
A four-year varsity starter. He’s led the CHSAA in homers in two of three years. He batted .406 with five home runs and 17 RBIs. Committed to Northeastern. |
Anthony Martelli, a pitcher and shortstop from Valley Stream North High School, batted .373 this season with 21 RBI and 15 stolen bases.
South Side, 3B, Sr.
Nassau Conference A-II MVP with a .474 average and a .645 OBP. Had 20 RBIs, including 15 extra-base hits and 17 walks. |
Connetquot, OF/P, Sr.
Led T-Birds to Suffolk Class AA crown with 8-2 record and 64 strikeouts in 52 innings. |
Wheatley, C/SS, Jr.
All-Nassau with .510 average, 22 RBIs and four home runs. Excellent prospect who can play any position well. |
Miller Place, P, Sr.
Suffolk League VI MVP had an 8-1 record and a 1.51 ERA. |
Island Trees, 3B, Sr.
Three-year starter batted .350 with four home runs and 22 RBIs. |
Oyster Bay, P/1B, Sr.
Led the Baymen to a 22-2 record and a sixth straight county title with a 5-0 record and 2.90 ERA. |
Floyd, C, Senior
Widely considered the top catcher in the region, Russo batted .362 and has committed to Iona. |
Half Hollow Hills West, SS/P, Sr.
Earned Blue Chip Prospects Silver Slugger Award with .461 average and five home runs. Committed to Fordham. |
St. Anthony’s, P/3B, Sr.
The righty had a 6-2 record with a 2.10 ERA. He also batted .342 with 15 RBIs. Committed to Post. |
Led the Flyers with a .373 average, 24 RBIs, three home runs and 11 stolen bases in the wood-bat CHSAA. Committed to Villanova. |
Patchogue-Medford, SS/P, Sr.
Two-time All-Suffolk selection batted .420 with 26 runs and 20 RBIs. Struck out 43 in 23 innings. Committed to South Carolina. |
Bay Shore, 3B/P, Sr.
Batted .371 with 14 RBI and 18 runs scored. Also had a 5-1 record with 1.22 ERA and 66 strikeouts. Committed to Fordham. |
Kellenberg, P, Sr.
One of the top pitchers in the CHSAA. Command of three pitches, excellent velocity and stays down in the zone. Committed to Hofstra. |