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Dan Scallon – Top High School Outfielder

Dan Scallon (Wauwatosa East High School) is one of the best outfield prospects in our state class of 2016 according to Wisconsin Baseball Report. Dan is 5’11”, 175 lbs, bats left, throws right. What makes Dan a good outfield prospect is his speed. Dan’s time in the 60 yard dash is 6.60.

Dan runs down every baseball that is hit in the gaps. Dan played on our 2014 U/16 and 2015 U/17 national baseball teams. In two years, Dan has had only one error in the outfield. He has made numerous spectacular diving catches that would make ESPN highlights. In the outfield Dan is quick to the baseball. He has a nice crow hop, a quick release with a strong accurate arm. His throwing velocity is 83 mph. At the plate, Dan is a contact hitter with gap power to all fields who rarely strikes out. Dan would make the ideal lead-off hitter for any college baseball team because of his high batting average and on base percentage. With his speed Dan has beat out numerous drag bunts and infield grounders the past two seasons. Every time he gets on base he is a threat to steal. Dan is a solid college prospect. To recruit Dan, e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 414-526-9214.

Recruit Travis Styer

Travis Styer is going to make an outstanding college recruit for any coach that is looking for a shortstop. Travis has the capabilities to play at a high level solidifying any college defense in the middle of the infield according to Mike Buelow, Wisconsin All-Stars General Manager. Travis attends Brookfield East High School, class of 2016. He is 5’11”, weighs 155, bats right, throws right. His primary position is shortstop/right handed pitcher. His secondary position is 3rd or 2nd base. In the infield Travis has a strong accurate arm throwing 85 mph. He has real good range going to his left, right or when using his backhand. Travis has good footwork and a quick release when turning a double play. At the plate, Travis is a line drive hitter with pop in his bat. Travis has excellent turn on the baseball. On the hill, Travis throws his fastball 82-83 mph. He has a real good curveball that he uses effectively to upset hitters timing. Travis is a solid division II, III, NAIA baseball prospect. To recruit Travis, e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 414-940-7908.

All-Stars Win Three Games at Augustana College

The Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 fall national baseball team played in the Augustana College Showcase September 19-20 winning three games. In the first game the All-Stars beat the Hammond Chiefs from Indiana 6-3. Jake Griesmaier pitched another complete game striking out 7 batters while only allowing 2 walks. Sam Zarling had a key hit in the 5th with a single to drive in 2 runs. In the 6th inning Nick Gile had a single to drive in two runs. In the 2nd game the All-Stars played the Lombard Lightning. It was a great game that the All-Stars won by the score of 5-4. The All-Stars were down 4-2 going into the 7th inning. In the 7th inning Dan Scallon led off. We walked and then stole 2nd base. Our #3 hitter was Nick Gile. Nick continued to destroy the baseball by hitting a double off the wall scoring Dan from 2nd base. Our next hitter was Sam Zarling. He spanked the baseball by hitting a double in the left centerfield gap scoring Nick. The score was now tied and the All-Stars had no outs. The next hitter for the All-Stars struck out. Sam advanced to third base by stealing. That brought up Cole Vento. Cole hit a long sacrifice fly to center scoring Sam from third base when he tagged up. That proved to be the winning run. Garrett Kaczrowski hit a double and Drew Tschumper singled. Our next hitter flew out to third base stranding runners at the corners. We pitched Nick Gile. Nick shut down the Lightning in the bottom half of the 7th inning to preserve the win. In the game Nick pitched a complete game striking out 7 (3 looking) while only walking 2. In the third game the All-Stars destroyed the Norwood Blues by the score of 11-3. In that game the All-Stars pounded out 13 hits. Garrett Kaczrowski pitched 5 innings striking out one batter and walking 5. Sam Zarling pitched in relief. In the 4th game the All-Stars ran out of gas and lost to the Longshots by the score of 11-3.

Recruit Chase Davis

Chase Davis is starting to become the #1 catching prospect class of 2017 from Wisconsin. Chase is 5’11”, weighs 165, bats left and throws right. He attends Milton High School. As a sophomore starting on his varsity baseball team, Chase batted .459 while earning 1st Team All-Conference honors.

Playing for the All-Stars U/16 national baseball team against some of the best high school exposure showcase teams from the Midwest & Northeast, Chase was the leading hitter with a batting average of .527. Chase has tremendous power. He was tied in doubles with (7), triples (6) tied in home runs (1), OB% .600 and SLG% .927. At the plate, Chase uses his bottom half (hips, butt and legs) real well. He does not get cheated at the plate when he takes a swing. Chase has excellent turn on the baseball. He has gap power to all fields.

This off season Chase is stepping up his game. He has set a goal to work hard at increasing his overall throwing velocity. He is doing the velocity program at http://velocityplusarmcare.com/program/ Chase has set a goal to throw 80 mph plus by the start of his baseball season this spring. Chase is very committed to lifting weights this off season. He is lifting every day for 30 minutes. Chase wants to get bigger and stronger. By increasing his overall strength and getting his velocity up to 80 mph plus, Chase has the potential to be a DI or DII recruit. College coaches looking for a very good catching prospect, class of 2017, should start to recruit Chase now. His e-mail address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Recruit Nate Schoemann

Nate Schoemann attends Oak Creek High School. He is a 2016 grad. Oak Creek is one of the top high school baseball programs in our state. Nate batted .400 for his high school team this past season. Nate is 5’11”, weighs 205, bats left, throws right. His primary position is 3rd base.

Playing for the Wisconsin All-Stars against some of the best high school exposure showcase teams from the Midwest and Northeast, Nate was one of our leading hitters. His stats for the fall are: BA .427, PA 89, AB 75, Hits 32, 22 singles, 7 doubles, 2 triples, 1 Homerun, 18 RBI's, 20 runs, 2 HBP, 1 ROE, 4 FC, 11 BB, 3 SO, OBP% .506, Slg% .613, OPS 1.119. Nate is a contact hitter who rarely strikes out and he has POP in his bat. He hits the baseball with gap power to all fields. At the plate, he uses his bottom half real well when turning on a pitch. He is rock solid defensively at 3rd base. He has real good range going to his left, right or when using his backhand. He has a quick release and a strong accurate arm throwing 80-82 mph across the diamond. Nate's fielding stats are: Fielding % .930, PO 31, Assists 9, Double Plays 2, Total Chances 43. Nate can play at the next level. College coaches looking for a real good 3rd baseman that can hit for a high average need to recruit Nate. Nate’s e-mail address is This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. His phone number is 414-758-0928.

Jake Griesmaier – Ace Starting Pitcher

Jake Griesmaier from Arrowhead High School is the ACE on the pitching staff of the Wisconsin All-Stars fall 2015 U/17 national baseball team. He is one of the best left handed pitchers in our state, class of 2016. Jake goes to Arrowhead High School. He is 6’1”, weighs 180, bats left and throws left. His primary position is left handed pitcher. Jake played on our 2014 U/16 team where he threw his fastball in the 76-78 mph range. During the off season Jake worked hard on building his strength and perfecting his bread and butter pitch the splitter. All fall Jake has been almost unhittable. His fastball is only 80-82 mph range but he has real good movement on his off speed pitches. Jake has averaged a strike out per inning pitched this fall. Jake is an outstanding student athlete with a GPA of 3.80 and an ACT test score of 26. His projected major is engineering. To recruit Jake, e-mail him at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or call him at 262-212-2522. Click Below for Jake Griesmaier's 2015 fall season Stats.

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All-Stars Take 3rd Place in Buffalo NY U/18 Tournament

The U/17 Wisconsin All-Stars fall national baseball team played in the Lancer Classic U/18 Showcase Tournament held August 7-9 in Buffalo New York. The twenty team tournament featured teams from Canada and from the Northeast. The All-Stars were the only team from the Midwest to compete in the tournament. In the first game Jake Greismaier from Arrowhead High School was dominating has he struck out 11 batters while only walking 2 in a 5 inning run rule game the All-Stars won 12-0. The All-Stars beat the Mississauga North Tigers from Canada. In the second game the team received solid pitching from Travis Styer from Brookfield East but the All-Stars came up short by the score of 4-3.

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Recruit All-Stars Pitchers

The Wisconsin All-Stars 2015 U/17 national summer team strength was there starting pitching. The team had four very good starting pitchers. They were Anthony “Bubba” Laughlin from Gibraltar High School, Brett Bahrs from Manitowoc Roncalli High School, Jake Olson from Fall Creek High School and Nate Santos from Altoona High School. All summer long the starting pitching was very good. The pitchers attacked hitters by challenging them and throwing strikes. Brett Bahrs is one of the best left handed pitching prospects in our state, class of 2016.

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All-Stars Take 3rd Place in Louisville Slugger Tournament

The Wisconsin All-Stars 2015 summer U/17 national baseball team finished in 3rd place in the 4th Annual Louisville Slugger “GOT Wood” Midwest Championship Tournament held the July 24-26 at Nash Park in Kenosha, WI. The team received outstanding pitching all week long from starting pitchers Anthony Laughlin, Brett Bahrs, Jake Olson and Garrett Erfourth. The team did a real good job hitting when they had runners in scoring position. Sam Zarling from Kettle Moraine Lutheran High School led the team in extra base hits in the tournament. He also smacked a home run.

Two All-Stars Go DI

Two former Wisconsin All-Stars get recruited by NCAA Division I Colleges. The players are Westin Wuethrich from Greenwood High School (Class of 2013) and B.J. Sabol from Lake Country Lutheran High School. Westin played on our 2013 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17 National Baseball Team. After graduating high school Westin went to Madison College (JUCO) in Madison WI. Madison College is one of the top JUCO baseball programs in the Midwest. Westin did real well pitching for the Wolfpack helping them reach their 6th consecutive appearance in the JUCO Division II College World Series in 2015. The Wolfpack has now sent a staggering 63 players to play at four-year schools since 2010. Westin will now be pitching at the University of Washington in the Pac 12 Conference.

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All-Stars Lose in Championship Game

The Wisconsin All-Stars played in Diamond Sports Promotion St. Louis Tournament July 9-12th. The All-Stars played great baseball all weekend long to make it to the Championship game in the U/18 division. The team received great pitching from starters Anthony “Bubba” Laughlin, Brett Bahrs, Nate Santos and Jake Olson. In relief Garret Erfourth, Mitch Berghs and Nate Loomis all pitched well. The team came out swinging in this tournament to win their first game on a run rule 11-1 in 5 innings. In the second game Brett Bahrs again went the distance throwing 7 strong innings to get the win. The All-Stars beat Missouri Tigers 3-1. Brett has been lights out all summer long. To get to the championship game on Sunday the All-Stars played two games in 95 degree heat. The heat index was 110. It was hot. In the Championship game the All-Stars lost to TOP TIER from Chicago area by the score of 6-1. The All-Stars just ran out of gas playing three games in a row. The coaching staff was extremely proud of the team the way they played all weekend long.

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