The First and Second 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings Freshmen All-American Teams are now available, which are highlighted by the incredible season by Clemson outfielder and POY candidate Seth Beer.
Former Howard College NJCAA Coach of the Year Britt Smith has accepted a position with PG that enables him to create new opportunities for young players in Texas and surrounding states.
While J.C. Cloney provided a huge complete game shutout performance in Arizona's 3-0 win over Coastal Carolina in game one of the CWS Finals, Cody Ramer set the tone, on offense and defense, from beginning to end.
Orlando-based FTB Platinum, with standout 2016 Christian Millan-Elmeda, won two pool-play games at Terry Park on Monday and advanced to the playoffs at the 18u PG Florida State Championship.
Notre Dame's Peter Solomon is among those who have shined the brightest in the early juncture on the Cape as Jheremy Brown provides his first batch of notes from the league with an early look at the 2017 MLB Draft.
Eric Lauer of Kent State had a particularly dominant 2016 season and was an easy choice for the 2016 Perfect Game/Rawlings College Baseball All-American First Team. A second, third and honorable mention teams are also included.
The player rankings for the high school class of 2017 have been updated as Hunter Greene takes over the top spot after showing off his incredible two-way talents at the PG National Showcase.
The All-Tournament Team from the 2016 18u BCS Finals, held at 5-Plex Player Development Complex, June 10-16, is now available, which includes event MVP Golston Gillespie.
Despite two base-hits from 2020 Triston Horst, US Elite East NJ/NY didn't do quite enough to win Sunday, but is still very much in the hunt for a playoff spot at the 13u PG BCS Finals.
While he also took the mound to start the game, Tanner Schobel had an even bigger day at the plate as the EvoShield Seminoles enjoyed a huge day offensively on Sunday at the 14u WWBA National Championship.