Emerging Players

Page 2 of As we near the end of the 2015 baseball season, who are some players in your opinion who really flew under the radar? Which players started to make a n... 19 comments | 2715 Views | Go to page 1 →

  1. #16

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    Oct 13

    Quote Originally Posted by TheFauxTiger View Post
    Jake Ohmer is the real deal. He didn't get a ton of pub last year, so I will call him emerging. Great athlete and is finally getting some size. Has the arm strength and pop to play at next level. I would think his first love is hoops, but along with Jake Whitford is the best SS in NKy and just a sophomore. He is another example of a kid playing up a grade or two all his life. Paying off now.
    I will add in Pangallo at Ncc being one of the best SS in NKY.

  2. #17

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    Jan 14

    I would also add sophomore Trent Kincaid at Simon Kenton as one of the best SS/2B in NKY

  3. #18

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    Apr 13

    Sandman, thanks so much for your kind words. I have been doing the PA announcing for Scott since 2012 when our oldest graduated. It's a blast. I figure, why not make it as much like a minor league game experience as possible. Now if I could just get the school board to approve the exploding scoreboard, we'd be all set. And that Ludlow game was one of the best all season. Jake pitched brilliantly in relief and then to double leading off and scoring the game winner. What a great night. The boys just finished beating Bourbon County 4-2 Jake Ohmer got the last 6 outs on 8 pitches. Another beauty. Thanks again!!!

  4. #19

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    May 15

    Nick Stegman for CovCath is playing a solid 2B and is hitting over .400

  5. #20

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    Dec 14

    Daniel McWhorter- Calvary Christian

    The freshmen has made 9 appearances pitching. He owns a 2.22 ERA, and 50 strikeouts in 34.2 innings of work. He has a whip of 1.10, and has given up 24 hits while walking 9. He owns a 5-2 record with 4 of his wins being complete games, and 3 being shutouts.

    He has hit pretty well too. He owns a .545 average. His slugging percentage is .628. He has 23 RBI and 22 stolen bases on the year as well. That is flat getting it done as a freshmen.

    Will Fannin- Calvary Christian

    Will is only an 8th grader and is getting it done in centerfield, and leading off for the Cougars. Fannin is currently hitting .417 with a .533 OBP.

    He has pitched in spot duty for the Cougars and is 1-0 with a 3.50 ERA.

    Calvary's entire team is loaded with talent freshmen and younger. It will be very neat to see what they do in the future.