Eastlake of Chula Vista makes it two in a row for state’s most prestigious and longest-running baseball honor. Mayer follows 2019 winner and former teammate Keoni Cavaco from 2019 after no one could be selected for 2020 (pandemic). Mayer had one of the best high school seasons for a top five MLB Draft pick that […]
Stanford and Cal are both represented among this group of five players as a Stanford-bound player is tops for the juniors while a Cal-bound player is the same for medium schools. We also have one player named for sophomores, freshmen and small schools.
California didn’t get the No. 1 overall position for the second straight year and ended the night with a lower total than usual, but there was still plenty of highlights from the first night of the 2021 MLB Draft. Chula Vista Eastlake struck again with Marcelo Mayer’s selection at No. 4 while the intrigue of […]
After the five players from the state heard their names called at the 2021 MLB Draft in Denver, here’s as complete a list as possible of high school players and former high school players in college from California who have been selected in the first round of every Major League Baseball Draft since he event...
In addition to overall State Coach of the Year Jared Halpert of Harvard-Westlake, we have additional state coaching honors for the 2021 season going to Daniel Maye from Royal of Simi Valley (medium schools) and Eric Lay (small schools). We swear that the rhyming of their names wasn’t realized until the last one was picked, […]
After losing a stellar group of seniors in 2020, Harvard-Westlake of Studio City won the CIF Southern Section D1 baseball title, which is exactly what is looked for in a State Coach of the Year. Meet Jared Halpert, a former player during the glory days of the early 2000s from Chatsworth who is now 2021 […]
Previous No. 3 Buchanan’s loss to Bishop Amat shook up the final order with the Bears falling three spots while the Lancers had to come way up and wound up in the top 10. Two CIF San Diego Section teams that won CIF SoCal regional titles — La Costa Canyon and Granite Hills — both...
The five divisional state teams of the year have previously been announced, but now it’s time for all of the final rankings. Teams moving up at the end include Palo Alto (D2), La Habra (D3), Ridgeview of Bakersfield (D3), Burlingame (D4), Marysville (D4) and de Toledo of West Hills (D5). TO SEE OUR FINAL EXPANDED...
With no State Team of the Year selection possible in 2020 due to the Coronavirus pandemic, there’s a new entry now listed for 2021 and for the third straight time it’s a team that ended its season with 29 wins. This time, it’s 29-1 Thousand Oaks, which is similar in some ways to 29-1 De […]
In addition to overall No. 1 and Division 2 No. 1 Thousand Oaks, others that can say they are mythical state champions for 2021 are Harvard-Westlake of Studio City (Division I), Rio Americano of Sacramento (D3), Tamalpais of Mill Valley (D4) and Colusa (D5).