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PG BCS17U: Dissecting Day 4

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Kendall Rogers        
Published: Friday, July 20, 2012

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The summer baseball circuit has shifted gears since last week's WWBA17U Championships in Marietta, Ga.

Players competed in the WWBA17U tournament with wooden bats. However, things have changed this week as several players committed to Division I programs are competing in the annual PG BCS 17U tournament in Fort Meyers, Fla., which unlike the WWBA format, uses the BBCOR bat.

Thursday's action at the PG BCS17U was filled with excitement, and here's an inside look at how several commitments performed.



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* East Carolina 2013 commit, two-way player Bryce Harman, went 2-for-3 with a run scored and an RBI to lead the Braves' offense.

* Louisville 2013 commit, RHP Ryan Lauria, looked solid in an inning of relief work, striking out three in a scoreless frame. Stuff-wise, he was primarily with his fastball, sitting 83-87 with that pitch.



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