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Week 3 Teams and Players of the Week

Div 1: Miami Dade (4-0)

Miami Dade came out swinging this year. They are currently 6-1, but this past week they were 4-0. They took the first game of the Week against Florida SouthWestern State 7-0. They then had a three-game series against the then #5 State College of Florida. They took game 1 7-3 lead by the duo of Christopher Patterson and Raphy Almanzar-Rosario. Patterson was 2-3 on the day with a double, homer, 1 RBI and 3 runs scored. Almanzar-Rosario went 4-5, with 2 doubles, and 2 rbi’s. In the second game, they won 3-2 and came from behind in scoring 2 runs in both the bottom of the 6th and 7th. The finished out the week in game 3 they jumped out to an early 3-0 lead and never looked back finishing with a score of 6-3. 

CCCAA: #17 Cuesta (2-1)

Just because i was at the games this weekend is not making this a Subjective choice. Cuesta took on the then ranked #4 Orange Coast. They took the first 2 games. In-game one they won 16-3 behind the bat of Harrison Hart, Kirk Woolf, and Broc Mortensen. Hart was 3-5 with 5 RBI’s a Homer, and a Double. Woolf went 3-5 with 2 Doubles, 3 RBI’s and 2 Runs. Rounding out that game Mortensen went 2-5 with a Double, 2 Runs, and 2 RBI’s. In-game 2, Cuesta took it 6-4, behind Mortensen again and Sean Rooney. Mortensen picked up where he left out the day before going 1-2 with a triple, a run and 2 RBI’s. Rooney went 2-3, with a homer, 2 RBI’s and a Run. In-game 3 they came up just short losing 7-3. 

Div 2: #8 NOC-Tonkawa (5-0)

Div 3: #11 Coastal Bend (2-1)

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Div. 1- Mid-South District Preview (Reg. 14)

This District was one of the toughest to call coming out of last year. Going into the season the usual favorite could not compete postseason so it was really up for grabs as to who was going to take home the Mid-South/Region 14 Crown and a trip to Grand Junction. Navarro rose to that occasion taking the Region title from Blinn after running through the first 3 rounds of the tournament. They ended up finishing 3rd in the country after fighting through the losers bracket and forcing a winners take all 3rd place game against Iowa Western to decide who would play for the National Title. They finished the season with a record of 41-18.

Previous winners: ‘19 Navarro, ‘18 San Jac, ‘17 San Jac, ‘16 San Jac

This year San Jac is back in full force with the Pre-Season Pitcher of the Year in Luke Little (South Carolina); who is also the National Pre-Season Pitcher of the Year and All-American. A team that does not always get the recognition in this region Wharton boasts the Pre-Season Player of the Year in Alec Carr (New Mexico) who also happens to be a Pre-Season All-American. 

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Pre-Season Top 101

And here it is the Top 101 Prospects as decided by us here at the JBB. This list just like the Watch List, reaches to all corners of the country with teams from all three Divisions of the NJCAA (1,2,3), the CCCAA and the NWAC as well. 60 Different schools are represented across the 101. Five Schools have over Five on the list with Two having Six and Two having Seven.

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The 2019-20 JBB Pre-Season Watch List

To start the season we here at the JBB have put together a list of guys that we think you should be on the lookout for this upcoming season. First off, however, this is not our Top Prospect list, granted all of those guys are on this watch list. This list includes players that might not be draft guys or D1 guys but guys who we think should have big years for their respected teams and play a big part in them reaching the end goal of winning their respected National Title or State Championship.

This list is comprised of 201 Guys from across the country. It includes players from 94 Different Junior College from every division and governing body that is associated with Junior College Baseball (NJCAA 1,2,3, CCCAA, and NWAC). It includes transfers that we know of as well as incoming freshmen and returning guys.

this list is sorted by alphabetical order by the team name and not ranked in any specific way.

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Off the Board This Week (Aug. – Oct. 7)

A quick look at who all has committed to the next left so far this year.

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