A look at the players on The Times’ 2022 all-star high school baseball team:
Krug, Tyler Gough, JSerra, Sr.: The Oregon State Commitment had the best fastball in the area, hitting 49 in 29-1/3 innings while making saves in the Southern Section Division 1 semifinals and finals.
Krug, Dylan Goff, Etiwanda, Jr.: Goff was 12-0 with a .73 ERA for the Southern Section Division 2 Champions.
Catcher, Matt Quintanar, Hart, Sr.: The Pepperdine commit ended with 35 hits, five homers and 30 RBIs for the Foothill League champion.
Utility, Brady Ebel, Etiwanda, Fr. The top freshman in Southern California was 6-0 with a .32 ERA and hitting .330 with 36 RBIs and five home runs.
Infielder, Casey Borba, Orange Lutheran, Jr.: The Texas commit ended with a .353 batting average, 30 hits, 29 RBIs and six home runs. He was the co-MVP of the Trinity League.
Infielder, Cameron Kim, Norco, Jr.: The UCLA commit ended with 52 hits, a .510 batting average, 31 RBIs and four home runs for the Big VIII League champions.
Infielder, Jack Gurevich, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Sr.: The San Diego Commit was Mission League Player of the Year, finishing with a .357 average and 37 RBIs.
Infielder, Gavin Grahovac, Villa Park, Jr.: The Texas A&M commit had 47 hits with 24 RBIs while beating by .376 for the Division 1 semifinalists.
Infielder, Eric Bitonti, Aquinas, Jr.: The Oregon commit hit .526 with 50 hits, 41 RBIs and eight homers while going 6-2 on the mound with a .62 ERA.
Fielder, Roman Martin, Servite, Jr.: The UCLA commit was the co-Trinity League MVP after batting .473.
Outfielder, Phoenix Call, Calabasas, Jr.: The Marmonte League MVP batted .398 with 35 goals and 35 runs scored while also starring in midfield.
https://www.latimes.com/sports/highschool/story/2022-06-09/la-times-2022-high-school-all-star-baseball-team The Times’ 2022 high school All-Star baseball team