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All-Stars 2014 Summer Schedule
Ricardo Munoz Named Manager
Ricardo Munoz was named manager for the 2014 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17-U/18 summer national baseball team. He has a very impressive coaching resume built up over the past 20 years coaching youth and high school baseball.
Coach Ricardo started his coaching career in 1993 coaching in Southside Baseball League. From 1999 to 2007 he helped develop and coach in the Racine Youth Sports Baseball Program. He is the current assistant varsity baseball coach at Racine Park High School and has held that position for the past 5 years. During that time he started the Racine Cyclones travel team and coached the Boys & Girls Club RBI Brewers Travel team. In 2013, Coach Ricardo was an assistant coach on the Wisconsin All-Stars U/16 Fall National Baseball Team where it was evident he is dedicated to helping out the top high school baseball players in our state to realize their dreams of playing baseball at the next level on a scholarship.
2014 All-Stars Assistant Coach Position
Wisconsin All-Stars College – Pro Scout Job Description
Position: Assistant Coach U/17-U/18 Wisconsin All-Stars, 2014 Summer Team. Our summer team plays in the months of June and July 2014. The summer schedule is posted at our home page.
Application Deadline: February 1st, 2014 or Until Filled
Former Wisconsin All-Star Mike Eberle is looking real good playing for the University of Bradley Braves baseball team. He had a great fall season batting .286. Bradley is a NCAA Division I College that plays in the Missouri Valley Conference. Mike played on the Wisconsin All-Stars 2012 Fall National U/17-U/18 Baseball Team. Mike played high school baseball for Brookfield East. The All-Stars coaching staff wishes Mike great success this spring playing the greatest game on earth........baseball.
|Forrest Mazzei has committed to playing baseball at UW Oshkosh.|
|Eric Pascutti from Franklin High School class of 2014 has committed to playing baseball at Rockford University (NCAA Div III) in Illinois. Eric played on the 2013 Wisconsin All-Stars Fall National Baseball Team. He was seen by the staff at Rockford College when the All-Stars played in TEAM EXPOSURE U/18 Showcase. Eric is an outstanding outfielder with speed and a strong accurate arm. He is a line drive hitter with gap power to all fields.|
|Nate Lukas, Grafton High School, class of 2014 has signed a National Letter of Intent to play baseball at Truman University (NCAA Div II) in Kirksville Missouri. Truman Univerity plays in the Great Lakes Valley Conference. Nate played on the 2013 All-Stars Fall U/17 National Baseball Team. Nate is one of the top left handed pitchers in our state by rankings at Wisconsin Baseball Report. Nate is a very good student athlete with a GPA of 3.91 and a ACT test score of 27. Because of his grades he received a very good academic scholarship to go along with his baseball scholarship.|
|Aaron Mack played on our 2013 Wisconsin All-Stars summer national baseball team. While the team was in Oklahoma he was seen by the coaching staff at Newman University from Wichita Kansas. Newman University is a NCAA Division II University. They play in the Heartland Conference. Aaron was one of our leading hitters on our summer team. Aaron plays high school baseball at Madison Edgewood High School. Between academics money and his baseball scholarship Aaron will have his tuition 100% paid for. Aaron is the first player to commit to playing college baseball on a scholarship from our 2013 summer or fall national baseball teams. The coaching staff of the All-Stars is very proud of Aaron. "Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball - More Exposure. More Fun. More Scholarships"|
|Colin Butkiewicz from Greendale High School has committed to playing baseball at John A. Logan College (JUCO) in Carterville Illinois. Colin has played on the All-Stars since his freshmen year in high school and is rated the top catching prospect in our state class of 2014 by Wisconsin Baseball Report (www.wisconsinbaseballreport.com).|
|2013 Fall Wisconsin All-Star Paul Holden has committed to playing baseball at Benedictine University.Paul is a preferred recruit and their top outfield prospect class of 2014.Benedictine University is a NCAA Division III University located 10 minutes from downtown Chicago.|
|Jesse Turner, one of the best baseball players in our state class of 2014 has committed to playing baseball at McHenry County Community College (JUCO) in Illinois. Jesse played on our 2013 U/17-U/18 summer national baseball team while attending Lake Country Lutheran High School. In the regional final this past year he pitched a NO-HITTER with fellow teammate B.J Sabol. He helped Lake Country Lutheran reach the state championship game.|
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U/16 All-Stars Win Best of the Best NY Showcase
The Wisconsin All-Stars traveled to Hudson Valley NY in August to play in New York Elite Baseball “Best of the Best” U/16 Showcase Tournament. The All-Stars dominated the tournament by going undefeated. The team received very good starting pitching from Colin Luty (Wisconsin Lutheran HS), Eric Yachinich (Ashland HS), Brady Kais (Greendale HS), and Cannon O’Heron (Bangor HS) in the championship game. In game # 2, Eric pitched a 4 inning NO-HITTER that the All-Stars won on a run rule. In the Championship game the All-Stars beat TEAM MATTINGLY by a score of 8 to 3. Click here for game recaps.
Wisconsin All-Stars Defeat Hitters Baseball
The Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 team defeated the Hitters at the Carthage College Showcase September 7-8 by a score of 4-0. The Hitters were no match for the All-Stars. Branden Frank (Hartland Arrowhead) dominated the Hitters.
Branden kept the Hitters off balance the entire game by mixing his speeds and throwing his fastball in the mid to upper 80's. He pitched a complete game 3 hit shutout striking out 4 and walking 2. He retired the first nine batters in order before allowing a leadoff single in the 4th inning. That runner was quickly erased in a 4-6-3 double play. Branden allowed only one batter to reach second base, a double leading off the 5th inning but that runner was caught trying to stretch the hit into a triple on a nice relay throw from left fielder Paul Holden to shortstop Jordan Resulta (Green Bay Southwest HS). Credit should also be given to catcher Will Doherty (Wisconsin Heights HS) for calling a great game and keeping the Hitters off-balance.
The defense was solid behind Branden all day with some nice plays by the left side of the infield, Connor Moroder (Pewaukee HS) at 3rd and Resulta at short. The defense was aided by the handy glove work and excellent picks by first baseman Dan Borek (Hortonville HS).
Offensively, Joe Helmer (Spring Valley HS) led the way with a 2-3 performance with 2 RBIs and two stolen bases. Connor Hafeman (Hortonville HS) knocked in the first run, Eric Pascutti (Franklin HS) who had walked, with a gap splitting double and later scored on a fielder's choice by Connor Moroder. Hafeman also finished 2-3 on the day. In total the All-Stars pounded out 7 hits and showed great patience at the plate drawing 6 walks.
The All-Stars are truly the best high school exposure showcase team in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin All-Stars Win NY Showcase
The Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 fall national baseball team won the Lancers Classic U/18 showcase tournament in Buffalo New York. The All-Stars had a 5 and 1 record. They beat the Academy Stars 6-3 in the Championship game. The championship was a total team victory. The team received timely hitting all tournament long with players on base in scoring position. The pitching was outstanding as the staff threw two shutouts in the tournament.
The Wisconsin All-Stars every year take the U/17 and U/16 teams out east to play in two showcase tournaments. They make stops at Niagara Falls, the MLB Hall of Fame in Cooperstown and also stop off and tour West Point Military Academy and Museum. They play in the Lewiston - Buffalo U/18 Showcase and New York Elite Baseball "Best of the Best" East Coast Showcase Tournament. Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball - "More Exposure. More Fun. More Scholarships".
Midwest Classic Wood Bat Tournament Results
Colin Luty Pitches Perfect Game
The U/16 Wisconsin All-Stars played in TEAM EXPOSURE Showcase Tournament held at Aviator Stadium in Rockford Illinois the weekend of August 23-24. In game # 2 Colin Luty from Wisconsin Lutheran High School pitched a 5 inning perfect game. The All-Stars beat the Rockford U/16 Hawks in a 5 inning run rule game by a score of 11 – 0. In the game Colin faced 15 batters striking out the side in the 1st, 4th and 5th innings. Colin threw 60 pitches in 5 innings of work with a total of 11 strikeouts. Colin’s threw his fastball in the low to mid 80’s and he used his off speed pitches to upset hitters timing all game long. The All-Stars won the tournament by finishing with a record of 4-0.
Thanks to Our 2013 Sponsors
On behalf of our Board of Directors, coaches, parents and players the 2013 Wisconsin All-Stars thank all of our sponsors. Without your generous support our organization would not exist. We thank you very much and we look forward to your continuous support in 2014.