A little more than two weeks after all of our all-time state baseball records in team categories were added to this site, it’s now time to do the same for the much more complicated and more massive individual categories. For this post, we are going over the leaders for all hitting & offensive categories. California […]
With the World Series tied at 2-2, we thought it became the perfect day to complete this presentation. California remains one of the world leaders in baseball and the decade of the 2010s provided more examples, especially with all of the No. 1 overall picks in the MLB Draft. For this All-Decade, All-State Team we...
Dominic Smith of Gardena Serra edges Oaks Christian’s Phil Bickford in not one but two categories. Others nabbing honors are from Kerman, College Park of Pleasant Hill and San Ysidro.
Since we count the CIF Central Section as the north, it’s four from the north and three from the south among those who could be State Player of the Year. One will be named no later than Tuesday, June 25.
With 19 picked on the first day, Californians comprise 26 percent of entire draft class. Percentage dropped by end of the third round, but still finished with 24. We list them all in this post plus update list of all-time No. 1 picks.
First five from last week stay hot in section playoffs, but it’s an upheaval after that. Six new teams are in with the highest risers being Granite Hills of El Cajon and Marina of Huntington Beach.
Best of baseball and softball include pitcher from San Ramon who helps team end unbeaten dream for Livermore Granada. Plus, QB with 24 TD passes last fall pitches second no-hitter and girl who hits 13th and 14th homers of the season.