After the Perfect Game ranking updates for the fall of 2016 we examine some of the players who made the biggest jumps in the rankings and why those jumps occurred, which includes the jump made by Samuel Carlson.
With the 2017 Perfect Game National Indoor League season set to kick off in January we take a look back at the champions, award winners and record holders from previous seasons.
PG All-American M.J. Melendez had one of the strongest throws from behind the plate at a PG showcase event with a 86 mph throw as a catcher. View the sortable event records database for more.
Which travel organizations had the most success in 2016? Perfect Game examines well-represented organizations in the final edition of the 2016 Travel Team Rankings, including Team Elite, the 2016 18u BCS Finals champs.
Closing out the travel team rankings for 2016 is the 12u age division, with the Coppell, Texas-based Dallas Tigers Polk closing out the year No. 1 after winning the 12u PG Super25 National Championship.
Top-350 Wichita 2019 MIF/OF and Wichita State commit Isaiah Cohens found he could fit right in during his PG debut at last weekend's National Underclass West Showcase in Glendale, Ariz.
After a successful summer and fall season that included winning the WWBA Freshman World Championship Banditos Elite finishes 2016 as the No. 1 team at the 14u age division.
The 95 mph throw from first base by Bobby Miller at the PG National Showcase not only was the best in 2016, but it also marked the best ever at a PG showcase event. View the sortable PG database for more results.
Banditos Black finish 2016 as the No. 1 travel team at the 15u age division after a dominant summer and fall season that included championships at the 15u WWBA National Championship and 15u PG World Series.
PG All-American shortstop Ricardo De La Torre had two of the top infield velocities (94 and 95 mph) from a Perfect Game event in 2016. Check out the sortable event records database for more.