Southwest wins 2017 13U NTIS

August 13, 2017
  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
Southern California 2 0 1 0 1 1 1 6 8 2
Southwest 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 7 14 2
Win: D. Mitchell

Cary, N.C.- The 2017 National Team Identification Series (NTIS) concluded on Sunday with Southwest's Ruben Castro completing a seventh inning, four run walk-off rally, to secure the gold medal victory 8-7 over Southern California at the USA Baseball National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina.

Trailing 6-3 entering the bottom of the seventh inning, back-to-back singles from C. Roncal and Tyler Avery kick-started the rally before Roncal scored on a throwing error and Avery advanced to third. Steven Milam followed by hitting a line drive RBI-double to left-center, scoring Avery to bring their deficit to one with no outs in the inning.

Mason Neville would follow Milam with an RBI triple to left field to tie the game at seven apiece.

Southern California intentionally walked back-to-back batters to load the bases to try creating a force at any base, but Castro hit the game-winning RBI-single over the left fielder's head to seal the victory for Southwest.

Milam and Neville both finished with strong games offensively, coming out of the one and two spots in the order. Milam was 2-for-4 with two RBIs, while Neville was 3-for-4 with an RBI and a triple.

Derrick Mitchell got the win for Southwest on the mound throwing three innings in relief. He finished with one strikeout, allowing five hits, three runs and no walks.

Louis Rodriguez, who was 2-for-3, as well as Marcos Rosales, who was 1-for-3 with one RBI, led Southern California offensively. Southern California finished with a silver medal and strong play throughout the 2017 13U NTIS.

USA Baseball will announce its selections for the 2018 14U National Team Development Program on its annual NTIS Selection Show. The selection show will air on on Thursday, September 7.

13U NTIS Final Standings:

1st Place: Southwest
2nd Place: Southern California
3rd Place: Ohio Valley

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USA Baseball Announces 2017 National Team Identification Series Selections

September 7, 2017

DURHAM, N.C. - On Thursday, USA Baseball announced the 62 athletes that were selected to 2018 National Team programming from the 2017 National Team Identification Series (NTIS) that was held at the National Training Complex in Cary, North Carolina from August 9-27. The announcement was made through an online selection show on for the ninth year in a row. The show can be viewed here.

The 62 selected athletes represent 17 different states and 13 regions across the U.S. Eleven regions boast more than one selection while ten states had multiple players chosen.

Under the direction of USA Baseball scouts, the 2017 NTIS featured over 1,200 of the nation's best players competing in 172 games, as well as skill testing and on-field evaluations. Six athletes were chosen to compete at the 2018 USA Baseball Tournament of Stars, 2 athletes to the 2018 18U National Team Trials roster, 18 athletes were invited to the 2018 17U National Team Development Program (NTDP) and twelve athletes each to the 2018 12U National Team Trials, 15U National Team Trials and 14U NTDP.

"There was an incredible amount of talent at this year's NTIS from all across the country and our task force had a difficult job selecting just sixty-two players," Senior Director of Baseball Operations Ashley Bratcher said. "We are excited about the players coming out of the 2017 event and we are looking forward to seeing their impact on next year's national team programming."

The 2017 USA Baseball National Team Identification Series (NTIS) is the most comprehensive player identification program offered by Team USA. With tryouts in every region of the country, players now have greater access to USA Baseball National Team opportunities than ever before. The program includes six separate age groups -- 11U, 13U, 14U, 15U, 16U and 17U.

The 2017 National Team Identification Series selections are as follows:

Name; Position; Hometown

2018 12U National Team Trials invitees:
(from 11U NTIS)
Luis Ayden Almeyda; IF/OF; Hawthorne, N.J.
Cole Bernstein; RHP/IF; El Segundo, Calif.
Brayden Charness; LHP/IF; Calabasas, Calif.
Masato Chilcutt; IF/C; San Antonio, Texas
Kayson Cunningham; IF; San Antonio, Texas
Ernie Echevarria; C/IF; Miami, Fla.
Linkin Garcia; IF/RHP; Fullerton, Calif.
Adam Haight; IF/RHP; Snohomish, Wash.
Seth Hernandez; IF/RHP; Ontario, Calif.
Dean Moss; RHP/IF; Hillsborough, Calif.
Ethan Puig; IF; Miami, Fla.
Michael Torres; OF/LHP; Miami, Fla.

2018 14U National Team Development Program invitees:
(from 13U NTIS)
Nathan Aguilar; IF/RHP; Torrance, Calif.
Tyler Avery; RHP/IF; Las Vegas, Nev.
Brandon Barriera; LHP/IF; Coconut Creek, Fla.
Karson Bowen; C/RHP; Anaheim Hills, Calif.
Joseph Brown; C/IF; Petaluma, Calif.
Jamie Felix; OF/IF; Kingland, Ga.
Steven Milam; IF/RHP; Las Cruces, N.M.
Mason Neville; OF/LHP; Las Vegas, Nev.
Mikey Romero; IF; Temecula, Calif.
Marcos Rosales; IF/RHP; Covina, Calif.
Logan Saloman; IF/RHP; Chandler, Ariz.
Christopher Scinta; IF/LHP; Tamarac, Fla.

2018 15U National Team Trials invitees:
(from 14U NTIS)
Mario Bejarano; LHP; Tucson, Ariz.
Ryan Clifford; OF/IF; Raleigh, N.C.
Thomas DiLandri; OF/RHP; Las Vegas, Nev.
Joshua Hartle; LHP; King, N.C.
Brady House; IF/RHP; Winder, Ga.
Nick Kurtz; LHP; Lancaster, Pa.
Brewster Mott; OF/IF; Vacaville, Calif.
Charlie Saum; C/IF; Port Hueneme, Calif.
Cody Schrier; IF; Coto de Caza, Calif.
Ryan Spikes; IF/RHP; Covington, Ga.
Thomas Splaine; C/IF; Los Gatos, Calif.
Jeffery Waters; OF/RHP; Mableton, Ga.

2018 17U National Team Development Program invitees:
(from 15U NTIS)
Phillip Abner; Charlotte, N.C.
Jonathan Cymrot; RHP/IF; San Jose, Calif.
Miles Halligan; RHP/IF; Plymouth, Minn.
Jesse Herrera III; C/IF; San Antonio, Texas
Christian Moore; IF/OF; Brooklyn, N.Y.
Austin Stracener; RHP/IF; New Braunfels, Texas

(from 16U NTIS)
Jack Bulger; C/IF; Bowie, Md.
Maxwell Carlson; RHP/OF; Savage, Minn.
Nate Clow; RHP/IF; Federal Way, Wash.
Jamar Fairweather; RHP; Homestead, Fla.
Brandon Fields; OF; Orlando, Fla.
Alex Greene; RHP/OF; Edgewater, Md.
Horvath Macauley; IF; Rochester, Minn.
Alex Milazzo; C/OF; Zachary, La.
Liam Norris; LHP; Cary, N.C.
Jack O'Dowd; IF; Osprey, Fla.
Brett Percival; RHP; Lancaster, S.C.
Jordan Rollins; IF/OF; Miami, Fla.

2018 Tournament of Stars invitees:
(from 17U NTIS)
Caleb Cali; IF/OF; Montverde, Fla.
Tyler Callihan; UT; Neptune Beach, Fla.
Corbin Carroll; OF/LHP; Seattle, Wash.
Cutter Clawson; LHP/IF; Laguna Beach, Calif.
Hunry Gargus; OF; Yakima, Wash.
Jacob Saum; LHP/OF; Pot Hueneme, Calif.

2018 18U National Team Trials invitees:
(from 17U NTIS)
Hunter Barco; RHP/IF; Jacksonville, Fla.
Brennan Malone; RHP; Matthews, N.C.

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Southern California Wins 14U NTIS Gold

August 28, 2017

CARY, N.C. - A back-and-forth battle for the 2017 14U National Team Identification Series (NTIS) gold medal ended with Southern California on top, beating their in-state competitor Northern California 9-6 on Coleman Field at the USA Baseball National Training Complex on Sunday.

The 14U NTIS Southern California team followed its 11U counterpart, which was awarded the 2017 11U NTIS gold medal earlier in the day, to a championship. The victory marked three gold medals for the Southern California region in 2017, after the 16U squad defeated Northwest 6-2 in the championship match last weekend.

Northern California got the scoring started in the second inning with Trevor Haskins crossing the plate on a fielding error, but Southern California answered with a RBI triple from David Shackelford and did not look back, scoring in every inning following its scoreless first.

Southern California surged ahead to a four-run lead in the third with a pair of runs knocked in by Noah Rodriquez's grounder up the middle to make it a 5-1 ballgame.

Northern California did not back down though. The team capitalized on fielding errors and closed the gap in the fifth to make it a 2-run game. But Rodriquez was at it again for Southern California, hitting a double to bring in another run and setting the stage for three unearned runs in the final innings to put the game away for good.

Shackelford and Rodriquez led Southern California offensively both going 2-for-3 on the day. Zachary Torres led at the plate as well with 2 RBIs for the team. Izeah Muniz took the mound to start for Southern California and put in three innings of work to lead his team to the gold medal victory.


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SoCal wins 16U National Team Identification Series

August 20, 2017
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Southern California 0 0 0 3 3 0 0 6 6 1
Northwest 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 5 0
Win: F. Bohm  Loss: K. Petersen

Cary, N.C. - Tank Espalin and Taylor Johnson tallied two RBIs apiece, and Southern California overcame an early deficit to win the gold medal at the 2017 USA Baseball 16U National Team Identification Series (NTIS), 6-2 over Northwest, on Coleman Field at the USA Baseball National Training Complex.

Northwest got the scoring started in the home half of the first inning on a couple of wild pitches by Southern California starting pitcher, Fraser Bohm, to take a 2-0 lead. But it was all the offense it could muster.

Southern California took the lead in the top of the fourth inning after Espalin got the inning started with a walk and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Michael Campagna followed with a single of his own before Charles Acker laced a ball to right to score Southern California's first run. Johnson then followed with a two-RBI single to center to take the 3-2 lead.

They added another three runs in the very next inning behind a two-RBI triple by Espalin and an RBI-single by Keoni Cavaco for the 6-2 lead after five innings.

The Southern California pitchers managed to keep the Northwest offense at bay after the first inning, striking out eight batters. Bohm picked up the win, pitching three innings and striking out five batters. Aker finished the game on the bump, throwing four scoreless relief innings and striking out three.

Dylan Beavers led the Northwest offense with a 2-for-2 day at the plate and a walk. Starting pitcher Kohl Petersen was tagged with the loss, giving up three runs in 3.2 innings of work.

2017 16U NTIS Standings:

1. Southern California
2. Northwest
3. Ohio Valley

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Southwest Uses Six-Run Fifth to win 15U Title

August 20, 2017
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Southwest 0 2 3 0 6 0 11 8 2
New England 1 2 1 2 0 0 6 12 2
Win: C. McGee  Loss: C. Freeman

CARY, N.C. - Trailing 5-6 in the top of the fifth inning, Southwest pieced together a six-run stanza en route to a 11-6 victory over New England in the USA Baseball 15U National Team Identification Series (NTIS) gold medal game on Coleman Field at the USA Baseball National Training Complex.

This is the second championship the Southwest region has won in 2017 after it defeated Southern California, 8-7, in the 13U NTIS gold medal game last Sunday.

Staring down a one run deficit late in the game, Southwest's patience paid dividends as five consecutive walks to start the inning put them in front for good, 7-6. Santino Panaro followed with a two-RBI single and Chase Gallegos launched a two-run double to extend their lead to 11-6.

It was a back and forth affair between the two teams, including six lead changes in the first five innings. New England took the early lead on a Michael Grazer RBI-single to left field in the first inning, scoring Zach Fletcher. They added two more runs in the second, one more run in the third on a Kyle McKrea triple, and two more runs in the fourth.

But Southwest responded with three runs in the third inning and the penultimate six-run inning in the fifth.

Jacob Gutierrez and Panaro led Southwest offensively with 2-for-3 days at the plate. Cade McGee finished 1-for-3 with three RBIs. Dennis Stiles (3-for-4), James Mahoney (3-for-4), Patrick Roche (2-for-3) and McRea (2-for-2) paced New England, combining for 10 hits on the day.

McGee picked up with win on the mound for Southwest after pitching 3.1 innings of relief. Caleb Freeman was tagged with the loss for New England, giving up four earned runs in three innings of work.

2017 15U NTIS Standings:

1. Southwest
2. New England
3. Northern California

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2017 13U NTIS Schedule

July 24, 2017

Participants at the 13U NTIS will have photos taken and participate in evaluative testing on Wednesday, August 9.

Schedule: Registration, Photos, Batting Practice, Testing

Thursday, August 10

Game Time (ET) Home Away Field Round
1 9:30 am Ohio Valley - 8 North Texas - 2 Coleman Field First Round
2 9:45 am NorCal - 7 Great Lakes - 2 Field 2 First Round
3 10:00 am North Florida - 11 Capital - 5 Field 3 First Round
4 1:00 pm SoCal - 16 Midwest - 3 Coleman Field First Round
5 1:15 pm South Florida - 6 New England - 5 Field 2 First Round
6 1:30 pm Southwest - 16 North Atlantic - 2 Field 3 First Round
7 4:30 pm Mountain West - 7 South Texas - 4 Coleman Field First Round
8 4:45 pm Southeast - 13 Northwest - 2 Field 2 First Round

Friday, August 11

Game Time (ET) Home Away Field Round
9 8:00 am North Florida - 0 SoCal - 13 Coleman Field Quarterfinal
10 8:00 am Ohio Valley - 9 NorCal - 0 Field 4 Quarterfinal
11 8:00 am South Florida - 10 Southwest - 13 Field 3 Quarterfinal
12 8:00 am Mountain West - 0 Southeast - 19 Field 2 Quarterfinal
13 11:00 am Capital - 7 Midwest - 2 Field 4 Consolation
14 11:00 am North Texas - 0 Great Lakes - 9 Field 3 Consolation
15 11:00 am New England - 5 North Atlantic - 6 Coleman Field Consolation
16 11:00 am South Texas - 0 Northwest - 12 Field 2 Consolation

Saturday, August 12

Game Time (ET) Home Away Field Round
17 8:00 am Southwest - 5 Southeast - 4 Field 2 Semifinal
21 8:00 am SoCal - 2 Ohio Valley - 1 Field 3 Semifinal
18 8:00 am South Florida - 1 Mountain West - 19 Coleman Field Consolation
19 8:00 am North Florida - 8 NorCal - 3 Field 4 Consolation
20 10:30 am New England - 8 South Texas - 13 Coleman Field Consolation
22 10:30 am Midwest - 0 North Texas - 9 Field 2 Consolation
23 10:30 am North Atlantic - 4 Northwest - 14 Field 3 Consolation
24 10:30 am Capital - 1 Great Lakes - 13 Field 4 Consolation

Sunday, August 13

Game Time (ET) Home Away Field Round
25 8:00 am Midwest - 4 New England - 5 Field 2 Consolation
26 8:00 am Capital - 9 South Florida - 10 Field 3 Consolation
27 8:15 am North Texas - 2 South Texas - 15 Field 4 Consolation
28 8:15 am Southwest - 7 SoCal - 6 Coleman Field Championship
29 11:00 am North Florida - 7 Mountain West - 4 Field 2 Consolation
30 11:00 am Northwest - 6 NorCal - 11 Field 3 Consolation
31 11:15 am Great Lakes - 7 North Atlantic - 2 Field 4 Consolation
32 11:15 am Southeast - 3 Ohio Valley - 10 Coleman Field Third Place
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2014 NTIS selections announced

September 12, 2014

DURHAM, N.C. -- USA Baseball announced the 59 athletes selected for 2015 on-field programming in a selection show aired on following the completion of the 2014 USA Baseball National Team Identification Series.

The 2015 NTIS -- the largest in the seven years of the event -- included athletes from six different demographics, representing 16 regions from across the country. In all, the NTIS provided opportunity for 1,456 athletes to compete in 123 games over three weekends at the USA Baseball National Training Complex and adjoining Thomas Brooks Park in Cary, N.C.

Using the NTIS as the selection vehicle, USA Baseball selected eight players to the 2015 18U National Team Trials, 12 players to the 2015 17U National Team Development Program, 12 players to the 2015 15U National Team Trials, 12 players to the 2015 14U National Team Development Program, 12 players to the 2015 12U National Team Trials and three players to the 2015 Women's National Team Trials.

"USA Baseball, with the help of our regional partners, has continued to grow the NTIS each year," said Mark Dvoroznak, USA Baseball's assistant director of development. "In 2015, we were able to provide opportunity for an additional 374 athletes over the 2014 event. Our regional partners helping to bring together the top players from coast-to-coast gives USA Baseball the opportunity to begin identifying the athletes that will represent the U.S. in baseball in 2015 and beyond."

The 59 athletes selected for 2015 on-field programming represent 24 different states, as well as an athlete from Washington, D.C.

For more information on the 2014 National Team Identification Series, including scores and rosters, please visit

The 2014 National Team Identification Series selections are as follows:

2014 17U NTIS/2015 18U National Team Trials:

Name, Position, Hometown
J.J. Bleday, LHP/OF, Titusville, Pa.
Bubba Carter, RHP/C, Conway, Ark.
Peyton Culbertson, RHP, Collierville, Tenn.
Ryan Hernandez, C/OF, Miami, Fla.
Tyler Malone, IF/RHP, Roseville, Calif.
Peter McEvoy, IF, Colorado Springs, Colo.
Aaron Shortridge, RHP/IF, Napa, Calif.
Cole Stobbe, IF, Omaha, Neb.

2014 16U NTIS/2015 17U National Team Development Program:

Name, Position, Hometown
Cole Brannen, IF, Elko, Ga.
Jack Carey, RHP/OF, Summit, N.J.
Troy Claunch, C/OF, Vacaville, Calif.
Ray Gaither, RHP/IF, Coppell, Texas
Garrett Gooden, RHP/IF, Decatur, Ga.
Tristan Hanoian, IF, Costa Mesa, Calif.
Nick Kahle, C, Simi Valley, Calif.
Leo Nierenberg, RHP/IF, Oakland, Calif.
Tremaine Spears, OF, Pineville, La.
Jonathan Stroman, RHP, Albuquerque, N.M.
Tyler Thompson, RHP/IF, Knoxville, Tenn.
Will Wilson, IF, Kings Mountain, N.C.

2014 14U NTIS/2015 15U National Team Trials:

Name, Position, Hometown
Omar Baldo, C, Homestead, Fla.
Michael Bertolani, C/IF, Alpharetta, Ga.
Colton Bowman, LHP/IF, Tyler, Texas
Triston Casas, IF, Pembroke Pines, Fla.
Hammer Franks, RHP/OF, Mooresville, Miss.
Henry Gargus, LHP/IF, Yakima, Wash.
Jeremiah Jackson, IF/RHP, Mobile, Ala.
Luke Mann, RHP/IF, St. Louis, Mo.
Zachary Morgan, C/IF, Windsor, Calif.
Nick Nastrini, RHP, IF, San Diego, Calif.
Connor Ollio, IF/RHP, Renfrew, Pa.
Gavin Shipp, RHP/OF, Lafayette, Calif.

2014 13U NTIS/2015 14U National Team Development Program:

Name, Position, Hometown
Matthew Allan, IF/RHP, Sanford, Fla.
Gabe Briones, C/IF, Perris, Calif.
Adam Crampton, IF, Oakland, Calif.
Maurice Hampton, OF/IF, Arlington, Tenn.
Kellen Kozlowski, LHP, IF, Carlsbad, Calif.
Skylar Loverink, LHP/IF, Lake Oswego, Ore.
Joseph Naranjo, LHP/IF, Chino, Calif.
Ben Rozenblum, C/IF, Parkland, Fla.
Anthony Volpe, IF, Watchung, N.J.
Joseph Wilkinson, OF/RHP, New Albany, Ind.
Nate Wohlgemuth, OF/RHP, Owasso, Okla.
Carter Young, IF/C, Selah, Wash.

2014 11U NTIS/2015 12U National Team Trials:

Name, Position, Hometown
Griffin Allen, C/IF, San Jose, Calif.
Braylon Bishop, OF/LHP, Ashdown, Ariz.
Jaden Browning, IF, Fairburn, Ga.
Blake Burke, IF/LHP, Discovery Bay, Calif.
Davis Diaz, IF/RHP, Pittsburg, Calif.
Stefan Foley, IF/RHP, Vallejo, Calif.
Marcus Franco, IF, Miramar, Fla.
Cooper Kinney, IF/OF, Dayton, Tenn.
Nicholas Kurtz, IF/LHP, Lancaster, Pa.
Collin Reuter, IF, Olive Branch, Miss.
James Triantos, IF/RHP, McLean, Va.
Connor Weighman, OF/IF, Cypress, Texas

2014 Women's NTIS/2015 Women's National Team Trials:

Name, Position, Hometown
Eliza Demers, IF/OF, Rochester, N.Y.
Riley Frisbe, RHP/C, Countryside, Ill.
Sydney Love-Baker, C/OF, Washington, D.C.

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2012 USA Baseball NTIS selections announced

September 14, 2012

DURHAM, N.C. -- USA Baseball announced its 36 2012 National Team Identification Series (NTIS) selections Friday via a live selection show on The 16U/17U NTIS was held Aug. 23-26, at the USA Baseball National Training Complex (NTC) and the Durham Athletic Park, and the 14U/Women's (16U) event was held Sept. 6-9, at the NTC and Thomas Brooks Park.

The NTIS concluded with a total of 75 games played, featuring 894 players from the four different groups of players (14U, 16U, 17U, Women's [16U]), and 16 teams per age group representing regions from across the country. Using the NTIS as the identification vehicle, USA Baseball named eight players to the 2013 18U National Team Trials, eight players to the 2013 17U National Team Development Program (NTDP), 16 players to 2013 15U National Team Trials and four players to the 2013 Women's National Team Trials.
"The growth of the NTIS has been very beneficial to USA Baseball," said Rick Riccobono, USA Baseball director of development. "It allows us to increase the pool of players from which we choose our trials teams, as well as see players from different regions that we previously might not have been aware of. It really gives us a jump on the identification process of the next generation of potential Team USA athletes."
For the fourth year in a row, the announcement was made via an online selection show, which streamed live on Scores, recaps and rosters from the 2012 NTIS can also be found at the online home of USA Baseball.
The 2012 NTIS selections for the 2013 USA Baseball 18U/15U/Women's National Team Trials events and the 17U NTDP are as follows:
2012 14U NTIS/2013 15U National Team Trials
Name, Position, Hometown 
Nick Allen, IF, El Cajon, Calif.
Tucker Bradley, LHP/OF, Chickamauga, Ga.
Gian-Luca Dalatri , RHP/IF, Well, N.J.
Eli Davis, LHP, Edmond, Okla.
Jonathan Gettys, LHP, Gainesville, Fla.
Shannon Glover, C, Columbia, S.C.
Isaak Gutierrez, IF/RHP, Cypress, Calif.
Kevin Milam, RHP/IF, Brentwood, Calif.
Brandon Moore, RHP/IF, Whittier, Calif.
Ben Ramirez, IF/RHP, Chula Vista, Calif.
D.J. Roberts, RHP/IF, Jacksonville, Fla.
Chris Rodriguez, IF/OF, Manalapan, N.J.
Ethan Routzahn, RHP, Crystal Lake, Ill.
Blake Sabol, OF/C, Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Russell Smith, LHP, Midlothian, Texas
Chase Strumpf, IF, Ladera Ranch, Calif.
2012 16U NTIS/2013 17U National Team Development Program
Spencer Adams, RHP, Cleveland, Ga.
Soloman Bates, RHP, Victorville, Calif.
Cole Daily, IF, Chicago, Ill.
Cre Finfrock, RHP, Jensen Beach, Fla.
Michael Hickman, C, Fountain Valley, Calif.
Julian Infante, IF, Coral Gables, Fla.
Kyle Molnar, RHP, Aliso Viejo, Calif.
Cole Tucker, IF, Phoenix, Ariz.
2012 17U NTIS/2013 18U National Team Trials
Quinn Brodey, LHP/OF, Los Angeles, Calif.
Zachary Carter, RHP/OF, Arlington, Texas
Ryan Castellani, RHP, Phoenix, Ariz.
Mac Marshall, LHP, Parkview, Ga.
Luis Ortiz, RHP, Fresno, Calif.
Mason Smith, OF/RHP, Meridian, Idaho
Chris Viall, RHP, Santa Cruz, Calif.
Logan Warmoth, IF/OF, Longwood, Fla.
2012 Women's (16U) NTIS/2013 Women's National Team Trials
Chelsea Baker, RHP/IF, Plant City, Fla.
Isabella Berthel, C/RHP, Zwingle, Iowa
Lauren Frost, IF/RHP, Eagle River, Alaska
Sarah Hudek, LHP/OF, Sugar Land, Texas
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