USA Baseball Alumni Report

Keep track of some of the best performances among Team USA alumni across every level of the sport

From high school to the pros, USA Baseball alumni are all over the baseball landscape in 2024. Follow along throughout the season to keep track of some of the best performances among Team USA alumni across every level of the sport.

MAY 23

Two-time USA Baseball alum Kevin Gausman put together his strongest outing of the season for the Blue Jays on Thursday, racking up a season-high 10 strikeouts in Toronto’s 9-1 triumph over Detroit. Gausman stymied the Tigers in his 6.0 innings on the mound, allowing just five players to reach base and only one earned run. The Blue Jays’ pitcher was untouchable over the third and fourth innings, fanning all three Detroit batters in the third and adding two more in the fourth as Gausman preserved his side’s lead

2013 Collegiate National Team alumni Matt Chapman helped key a late four-run comeback by the Giants as San Francisco stormed back for a 7-6 win over Pittsburgh. With the Pirates up 6-2 in the eighth inning, Chapman mashed a three RBI, 407-foot home run into center that ignited a five-run Giants frame and helped secure the victory. Chapman ends San Francisco’s three game series against Pittsburgh in scorching form, having homered in all three games while totaling six RBIs on five hits.

2023 Collegiate National Team alum Christian Moore was one of two Tennessee players to tally a 3-for-5 statline at the plate as the No. 1 ranked Volunteers knocked off No. 4 Texas A&M 7-4 to advance to the quarterfinals of the SEC tournament. Moore scored Tennessee’s first run in the bottom of the third inning, rounding the bases after getting aboard via a single to even the score at 1-1. He’d give the Volunteers their first lead of the matchup in the following inning, driving in a run with a groundout to first base as Tennessee took a 2-1 advantage and never trailed the rest of the way.

2022 18U National team alum Jake Brown helped LSU outlast South Carolina in a thrilling 11-10 affair on Thursday, going 3-for-5 with two RBIs and two runs scored as the Tigers advanced to the semifinals of the SEC tournament. Both of Brown’s RBIs came on a vital home run in the fourth inning, part of a four-run stretch to tie the game at 5-5 after reigning national champions had fallen behind early. He played a crucial role in the game-deciding ninth inning, first helping advance the run that would tie the game at 10-10 with a single and then scoring the game-winning run after advancing to third.

MAY 22

2017 18U National Team alum Nolan Gorman continued his hot streak with the Cardinals after going 2-for-2 with a home run and three RBIs in Wednesday’s contest with the Orioles. His two-run, go-ahead shot into the center field stands at Busch Stadium finalized St. Louis' 3-1 win over Baltimore. Over his last 10 games, Gorman has hit four home runs and tallied nine RBIs while sporting a .345 batting average.

While Gorman hit the go-ahead homer against the Orioles, his fellow USA Baseball alum, Lance Lynn, earned a win in the Cardinals’ 3-1 victory in St. Louis while on the mound. Until Gorman did his thing, Lynn kept his cool in a low-scoring pitcher’s duel, dealing five strikeouts in six-innings of scoreless ball. The World Baseball Classic and 2007 Collegiate National Team alumni only gave up two hits in his six frames of work.

2023 Professional Team alum J.T. Realmuto played a key role helping the Phillies pull away from the Rangers for an 11-4 win on Wednesday night, posting a 2-for-5 line at the plate with a home run, three RBIs, and a pair of runs scored. Realmuto’s homer, a 387-footer into left, gave Philadelphia the lead for the first time as it took a 3-2 advantage in the third inning. It also made history for the Phillies as the franchise’s 14,000th home run. Realmuto’s other hit on the night, a single in the sixth inning, drove in a pair of runs to put the Phillies ahead 8-3 as they closed out the win.

2021 18U alum RJ Austin was one of two Vanderbilt players to rack up a game-high three hits in a massive upset of No. 1 ranked Tennessee in the second round of the SEC Tournament, with the No. 8 seeded Commodores stunning the Volunteers by a score of 13-4 in Hoover, Alabama. Austin’s first hit was a single in the third inning, with a home run bringing him in to score one of five Vanderbilt runs in the frame for a 5-1 lead. Austin’s second hit, a double in the fifth inning, advanced another Commodore into position on third to score on a ground out. History repeated itself in the seventh inning, as Austin singled again and would be brought in to score via home run as Vanderbilt went up 9-4.

MAY 21

Two-time USA Baseball alumni Bobby Witt Jr. was electric in Kansas City’s 10-3 win over Detroit, powering the Royals to their fifth straight win with a 3-for-4 performance at the plate that featured two home-runs, six RBIs, three runs scored, and a stolen base. Witt Jr.’s six RBIs tied his career high, and Tuesday’s win was also his first multiple home-run game of the season. The Royals’ shortstop opened the scoring in the bottom of the first inning, recording an RBI single and scoring to make it 2-0. Witt Jr. demolished his first home run of the day in the fifth inning, a career-long 468-foot moonshot for another three Kansas City runs before making it three straight innings with an RBI by adding a sac fly in the third for an 8-0 Royals lead. Witt Jr. capped off the home win by sending another ball over the center field wall in the sixth inning, this time a 425-foot solo blast.

Kyle Tucker clubbed a pair of homers for the second time in three games on Tuesday, helping the Astros earn a 6-5 win over the Angels in extra innings. The two-time USA Baseball alumni’s 16th and 17th home runs of the season, both solo shots, gave him the league lead. Tucker’s 2-for-4 line, complete with two RBIs and three runs scored, began with his first homer in the bottom of the first inning. His second blast, a 407-footer into right, brought Houston level with Los Angeles at 5-5 and proved to be the run that forced extra innings. In the bottom of the 10th inning, it would be Tucker who once again came through for the Astros as he scored the walk-off run.

Minnesota’s Joe Ryan tossed seven scoreless frames in the Twins’ dominant, 10-0 shutout win in Washington, D.C. The 2021 Professional Team alumni only gave up three hits and two free passes while throwing six strikeouts and collecting the win as he led the Twins to a victory on the road.

15U National Team alum Drew Burress made his name known at this year’s ACC Tournament in Charlotte when Georgia Tech took on Florida State in the first round. While the Yellow Jackets lost in a barnburner, Burress did his part to make the contest close. The newly announced ACC freshman of the year racked up three RBIs on three hits, including a solo shot to get his team on the board early in the Queen City.

MAY 20

2017 18U alum Ryan Weathers tossed seven solid innings for the Marlins in their walk-off win in the 10th inning on Monday against the Brewers. While Weathers exited the game with his side trailing 2-0, he played a key part in keeping Miami in the game by allowing just two hits and one earned run in his time on the mound, fanning eight batters in the process.

Three-time USA Baseball Alumni Tanner Houck pitched seven scoreless innings in Boston’s shutout victory in Tampa Bay. With his smooth slider in full command, Houck flamed five strikeouts and only gave up two hits while collecting a win as the Red Sox beat their AL East rival 5-0.

Daulton Varsho’s second-inning bomb into right center set the Blue Jays on their way to a 9-3 victory over the White Sox on Monday to open the series between the two sides. With Toronto in an early 1-0 hole, Varsho crushed a two-RBI, 398-footer to give the Blue Jays a lead they would hold for the rest of the game. He’d tally his second hit in the eighth inning, scoring his second run as well as Toronto iced the win.

Washington’s Jesse Winker blasted his second home run in just as many days in the Nationals’ 12-3 blowout win over the Twins. The USA Baseball Alum recorded an RBI on his solo shot and also ripped a double in his 2-for-4 day in D.C. Winker has also recorded an RBI in three straight days.

MAY 19

Two-time USA Baseball alum Kyle Tucker tied for the MLB-lead with 15 home runs as he launched two in Houston’s 9-4 win over the Brewers on Sunday, driving in four RBIs and putting the Astros out of reach. Tucker’s first homer of the day came in the bottom of the sixth inning, a 390-foot shot into right center that gave the Astros a 6-1 lead. Just after the Brewers had cut the advantage down to two runs in the top of the seventh inning, Tucker delivered a clutch three-run blast over the left-field wall in the bottom of the frame to restore his side’s lead to five.

Pro Team alum and the MLB’s RBI, batting average, and OBP leader Alec Bohm added to his All-Star worthy 2024 resume with a monstrous five-RBI day against the Nationals in Philadelphia. Bohm’s only hit of the day was a 403-foot bomb into the left field stands at Citizens Bank Park that scored three, solidified the Phillies’ 11-5 win over the Nats, and furthered the third baseman’s star status this season.

Brent Rooker (2019 Pro) continued his impressive month of May with another solid outing for the Oakland A’s. The former Golden Spikes Award finalist tallied three RBIs and a home run despite his team’s loss in Kansas City. His 2-for-4 day bumped Rooker up to an impressive 19 RBIs in May.

MAY 18

Following a 3-for-4 outing on Friday where he tallied a pair of doubles and scored three times in 10-5 victory for the San Francisco Giants over the Colorado Rockies, 2013 CNT alum Matt Chapman was a perfect 4-4 at the plate as the Giants rolled to a 14-4 victory over the Rockies on Saturday, the only player to tally four hits in the matchup. Chapman was a consistent offensive threat throughout, reaching base five times and scoring in the first inning, third inning, seventh inning, and eighth inning as the Giants never trailed in the matchup.

2014 CNT alum Walker Buehler collected his first win of the season on Saturday, hurling six shutout innings for the Dodgers and setting the tone for a 4-0 shutout victory over the Reds. Buehler fanned seven batters while allowing just three hits, and went all six innings without giving up a walk to a Cincinnati hitter.

2017 18U alum Nolan Gorman was a key part of the Cardinals’ 7-2 triumph over the Red Sox on Saturday, opening the scoring with his second home run in as many games and helping to seal the result late. Gorman broke the ice in the bottom of the second inning, electrifying the St. Louis crowd with a 372-foot solo shot into right field to give his side the lead. In the bottom of the eighth inning, after Boston had tied the game at 2-2, Gorman stepped to the plate and sparked a five-run half-inning by delivering a huge single to put the Cardinals ahead 3-2. His second RBI proved to be the winning run, as St. Louis would carry the lead the rest of the way.

2016 18U alum Logan Allen continued his strong year for the Guardians on Saturday, improving to 5-2 on the season as he held the Twins scoreless over six innings of action on the mound in an 11-4 home victory for Cleveland. Allen limited Minnesota to just five hits as the Guardians’ offense went to work, being relieved following the sixth inning having struck out seven batters and allowed just six to reach base.

MAY 17

Paul Skenes took the baseball world by storm on Friday with his first-career MLB win. The three-time Team USA alum took it to the Cubs in Chicago by striking out the first seven batters he faced and tossing six innings of no-hit baseball. Skenes ended his six frames in the Windy City with 100 pitches, no walks, no earned runs, and a whopping 11 strikeouts while making highlight reels everywhere with his 100+ mph stuff.

Former Golden Spikes Award semifinalist and USA Baseball alum Tyler Anderson led the Los Angeles Angels to a 9-3 win over the Texas Rangers while throwing a strong seven innings for the Halos. Anderson threw seven frames, only gave up two hits and one earned run while throwing four strikeouts and collecting a win in Arlington.

Giants third baseman Matt Chapman (2013 CNT) smoked a pair of two-baggers in his team’s 10-5 win over the Colorado Rockies on Friday. Chapman’s duo of doubles helped him collect an RBI and three runs in San Francisco's win. The USA Baseball alum went 3-for-4 on the day and also added a stolen base to his statline in the victory.

2021 18U alum Gavin Kilen tied for the game-high with two hits in the Louisville Cardinals’ 14-4 win over the Notre Dame Fighting Irish on Friday, driving in three RBIs and scoring a run on a pair of doubles. Kilen scored his lone run of the day in the fourth inning, reaching home on a sac fly into center field. He’d tally his first RBI via a fielder’s choice in the sixth inning, and added two more to complete the Louisville rout in the eighth inning with a double into left center.

MAY 16

2021 Professional alum Jarren Duran led all players in Boston’s loss to Tampa Bay with three hits, all of them for extra bases, and also scored twice in the effort. Duran scored the first of his runs on the day in the fifth inning as Boston tallied three in the frame to close the score to within one after falling behind early, before he tied the game in the sixth inning with a huge solo home-run over the center field wall to bring the Red Sox level at 5-5. Though the Rays would win via a pair of late runs in the ninth inning, Duran was a key part in keying the Red Sox comeback to level the score.

New York Yankees shortstop and three-time U.S. alum Anthony Volpe got his team off to a loud start in Minnesota when he hit a leadoff home run into the left field stands at Target Field. The USA Baseball alum went 2-for-5 in the Yankees’ 5-0 win over the Twins and extended his hitting streak to five games.

2018 CNT alum Bryson Stott stuffed the statsheet in the Phillies’ 6-5 loss to the Mets, recording a hit, driving in two runs and scoring one himself, stealing a pair of bases, and drawing a walk. Stott’s lone hit of the game came at a perfect time, as he singled into right field in the bottom of the ninth inning with his side down 4-3 to drive in the game-tying run and force extra innings. After the Phillies conceded a pair of runs in the top of the 11th inning, Stott nearly kick-started another comeback as he drove in another run thanks to a fielder’s choice.

With his team down 4-3, Texas’ Casey Borba (2022 18U) hit a clutch solo shot home run in the bottom of the ninth inning in Austin. After knotting his team’s contest with Kansas at 4-4, the freshman’s pinch-hit homer paved the way for the Longhorns to walk off the Jayhawks later that inning.

Tennessee’s Christian Moore blasted home runs in back-to-back at-bats in the Volunteers’ win over South Carolina. Batting from the leadoff spot, the junior and USA Baseball alumni took the Gamecocks deep in the first and third innings while going 3-for-4 on the day with two RBI’s in his team’s 9-3 victory.

MAY 15

Two-time USA Baseball alum Bryce Harper went 3-for-5 in the Phillies’ 10-5 win over the Mets. The 2010 Golden Spikes Award winner crushed a first-inning solo shot and ripped a double while tallying three RBIs in Philadelphia's return to Citizens Bank Park.

Two-time USA Baseball alum Andrew McCutchen was a bright spot for the Pirates as they dropped a 10-2 contest at the Brewers on Wednesday, going 3-4 at the plate and scoring both of his side’s runs. The highlight of McCutchen’s night was a no-doubt home run in the 7th inning, sent over the left-field wall.

Adley Rutschman waved goodnight to the Blue Jays after walking off Toronto with a two-run homer in Baltimore. Down 2-1, Rutschman didn’t let his team down in the clutch — he launched his game-winning ball into the stands and joined his team in celebration as Camden Yards erupted. Rutschman went 2-for-4 while hitting his fourth home run in just three games.

Bryce Eldridge (2022 18U) crushed a three-run shot in the top of the first inning on Wednesday to open the scoring for the (A) San Jose Giants, sparking what would turn into a 16-5 romp over the (A) Modesto Nuts as the Giants never trailed through all nine innings. Eldridge would also draw a walk later in the game, allowing him to be driven in and score a second run in the affair.

MAY 14

Four-time USA Baseball alum Andrew Vaughn went 2-for-3 with two homers and four RBIs in a 4-0 White Sox victory over the Nationals. The Golden Spikes Award winner hit a three-run blast to open the scoring in the third before a solo shot in the eighth, accounting for all four of Chicago’s runs.

Ryan Weathers (2017 18U) tossed eight shutout innings for the Marlins against the Tigers on Tuesday, striking out four and walking none. Weathers has now turned in three consecutive quality starts for Miami.

MAY 13

Five-time Team USA alum Alex Bregman smashed two home runs in a 3-for-3, four RBI game for the Astros against the Athletics on Monday. Bregman homered in the bottom of the fourth and again in the seventh, both times putting Houston in front in an eventual victory.

Bryan Reynolds (2014 CNT) collected five hits in an 8-6 win for the Pirates over the Brewers on Monday. Reynolds, who hit two doubles and a home run in the contest, now has eleven multi-hit games in 2024.

Three-time national team alum Aidan Miller went yard for the second time in three games in the Clearwater Threshers’ 9-4 victory over the Tampa Tarpons.

2022 18U alum Camden Kozeal turned in a multi-hit outing against top-ranked Tennessee, as he went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and two runs scored. His day at the plate was highlighted by his fourth home run of the year.

MAY 10

2010 16U alum Corey Seager homered and drove in two runs as part of a two-hit day for the Rangers on Friday against the Rockies. Seager got the Rangers on the board with a solo shot in the sixth and drew a bases-loaded walk to put them in front in the seventh. He also collected a double in the third.

Ryan Johnson (2023 CNT) punched out eight over six scoreless innings to earn the win for Dallas Baptist over Liberty on Friday. Johnson lowered his season ERA to 1.79 in the outing and has now struck out 137 batters in 90.1 innings of work.


Two-time CNT alum Michael Conforto socked his sixth home run of the season for the Giants on Thursday as part of an 8-6 win over the Rockies. Conforto’s blast kicked off the scoring in the second inning of the victory, and he added another run scored in the seventh.


Shea Langeliers (2018 CNT) cranked his ninth home run of the season as part of a two-hit day for the Athletics on Wednesday. Langeliers now sits in a tie for fourth in the league with nine blasts, adding 24 RBIs so far in 2024.

2023 CNT alum Griff O’Ferrall collected three hits and three stolen bases for Virginia in a win over George Washington on Wednesday. O’Ferrall has now gotten three or more hits in eight games this season for the 10th-ranked Cavaliers, posting a .327 batting average.


Trevor Williams (2012 CNT) turned in his second consecutive scoreless start for the Nationals on Tuesday, shutting out the Orioles over five innings of two-hit ball. Williams punched out a season-high eight in the outing for Washington, improving to 4-0 on the season.


The Phillies’ 6-1 win over the Giants was covered in red, white, and blue, as four Team USA alums combined for eight hits, two home runs, and five RBIs. Bryce Harper (2008 16U, 2009 18U) and Kyle Schwarber (2013 CNT, 2023 WBC) each went yard, while 2023 WBC alum J.T. Realmuto and 2009 18U star Nick Castellanos each picked up doubles.

Simeon Woods Richardson (2021 OLY) made the best start in baseball on Monday, posting six shutout innings while allowing just one hit. The righthander struck out eight and walked one, facing just two batters over the minimum through six innings. He currently owns a 1.74 ERA through four starts in 2024.


Trailing by two runs in the fourth, Jesse Winker (2011 18U) came to the plate and cranked a go-ahead three-run blast for the Nationals as part of a two-hit day. Winker reached base in every plate appearance in the Nats’ win, increasing his on-base percentage to .372.

2023 CNT alum Charlie Condon homered for the seventh consecutive game on Sunday in a win over Vanderbilt, his record-tying 33rd blast of his incredible season. Condon has driven in 69 runs while batting .459 for Georgia.


Jared Jones (2016 15U) was nearly untouchable on Saturday against the Rockies, allowing just one hit and striking out 10 in a 1-0 victory for the Pirates. Jones has now punched out 52 batters in 41 innings in his rookie season.

With the tying runs on base and two outs in the top of the ninth inning, LSU turned to Gavin Guidry (2021 18U) to escape the jam. Guidry delivered, getting a game-ending fly out to pick up the save and help LSU to a series victory over top-ranked Texas A&M.


Few pitchers in baseball are off to a better start than two-time CNT alum Sonny Gray. The Cardinals’ ace turned in another seven shutout innings on Friday, allowing just three hits in a win over the White Sox. Gray–who has allowed zero runs in three of his five starts–owns a 0.89 ERA to this point in the season.

Drew Burress (2019 15U) hit two homers and drove in six runs for Georgia Tech in a big win over Clemson on Friday. Burress now has hit multiple home runs in five games this season and has 20 overall for his freshman campaign.

CNT alum Trey Yesavage continued his dominant junior year with 11 punch outs in seven innings to earn the win against South Florida. Yesavage now owns a 1.69 ERA and a 10-1 record for ECU this season, bringing his career record to 18-2 for the Pirates.


Four-time U.S. alum Pete Crow-Armstrong had a multi-hit game on Thursday against the Mets, his second since being called up on April 24. The center fielder notched two RBIs for the Cubs in the contest, bringing his season total to seven through nine games played at the big-league level in 2024.


Jake Cronenworth (2019 Pro) launched a grand slam that proved to be the game-winner for the Padres against the Reds on Wednesday. With the bags full in a tie game in the seventh, the first baseman smoked a homer over the wall in right to lift the Padres to a win.

Brady House (2015 12U & 2018 15U) hit a home run for the second consecutive game on Wednesday, a walk-off blast to lift the Harrisburg Senators past the Altoona Curve. House–who ranks as the Nationals third-best prospect per MLB Pipeline–now has four homers so far in 2024.

Wake Forest slugger and 2015 12U alum did not see much to hit on Wednesday against High Point. Kurtz came to the plate six times and walked each time, raising his season on-base percentage to a whopping .524.