BNN Stats: Active Career Pitching Leaders
Monday, July 2nd, 2029
Which active pitchers are leading the Interscholastic Federation in career strikeouts per 9 innings?
Ernesto Molina, FAR, 11.9
Toby Ayers, GLE, 11.2
Walter Daniel, HAR, 8.4
Juan Hernández, TB, 7.0
Juan Rincón Captures Prestigious Trophy
Tuesday, June 26th, 2029
At the age of 17, Juan Rincón of the James River HS Rapids could very well have his best years ahead of him.
It's a startling thought when you consider the year he had in 2029 was good enough to win the second baseman the Eastern Conference Outstanding Hitter Award.
"See the ball, hit the ball," he said. "That's my basic approach."
The top hitter put up a .315 batting average this year, as well as a .364 on-base percentage. He played 54 games and racked up 67 hits, 10 doubles, 2 triples, 19 home runs, 41 RBIs and 38 runs scored.
He received 18 first place votes out of a possible 20. Rick Thomas of the Seton Hall Prep Pirates finished second in voting with 2 first place votes, while Allen Davis of the Palm Beach Gardens HS Gators finished third.
Player - Team - First Place - Total Points
Juan Rincón - James River HS Rapids - 18 - 270
Rick Thomas - Seton Hall Prep Pirates - 2 - 184
Allen Davis - Palm Beach Gardens HS Gators - 0 - 165
Francisco Cabrera - West Lauderdale HS Knights - 0 - 141
John Fox - East Rutherford HS Cavaliers - 0 - 118
David Hernández - West Lauderdale HS Knights - 0 - 96
Keith Thompson - Sarasota HS Sailors - 0 - 82
Luis Bautista - East Rutherford HS Cavaliers - 0 - 55
Kelly Foster - Winter Springs HS Bears - 0 - 24
Randall Perry - Palm Beach Gardens HS Gators - 0 - 22
David Wilson - South Caldwell HS Spartans - 0 - 18
Sean Cabrera - Union City HS Hillers - 0 - 2
Sam Olson - Union City HS Hillers - 0 - 2
Roy McBride - East Rutherford HS Cavaliers - 0 - 1
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