Highlighting some of our All-American Games participants!
The Baseball Youth All-American Games is just under a month out! This past year we have hosted our Future Games events from as far north as Cooperstown, New York and as far west as Phoenix, Arizona. At each of our events, players that stick out are nominated for our All- American Games. Highlighted below are a few player’s paths to reaching All-American status from our Future Games.
Tank Yaghoubi – Massapequa, NY (Class of 2021) Attended our Future Games in Cooperstown – Tank went 6-9 with four home runs during his time at the Cooperstown event. Tank brings sensational power for his age and backs it up with his defense as well.
Kaden Slater – Tacoma, OK (Class of 2022) Attended our Future Games in Missouri – At the Ballparks of America in September Kaden showcased his power all over the ball park. Kaden blasted four home runs including a grand slam.
Matthew Dobuck – Walkerton, IN (Class of 2021) Attended our Future Games in Orlando – At Seminole County Dobuck was able to reach base every time. He collected six hits, four walks, while scoring three runs. Dobuck also took the Home Run Derby Crown for his age division.
Rhyland Richards – Navarre, FL(Class of 2026) Attended our Future Games in Orlando – Rhyland helped earn his way to the All-American Games through his defense. No matter what position Rhyland was at he brought positive energy which his teammates fed off of him.
Jimmy Williams – Wesley Chapel, FL (Class of 2022) Attended our Future Games in Orlando – Jimmy started out the Future Games strong down at Seminole County in October. In his first two games he collected four hits with a double. On the mound though is a big reason Jimmy is going to the All-American games with some momentum. He compiled eleven total strikeouts over the weekend.
Dylan Key – Geneva, AL (Class of 2024) Attended our Future Games in Panama City Beach – Dylan can hit for power, hit for average, and be a human back stop behind the plate. At the Panama City Beach Future Games Dylan seemed to be everywhere on the field. One that always hustled and turned normal singles into doubles.
Chance Bedford – Cleburne, TX (Class of 2025) Attended our Future Games in Texas –Chance participated in the Franklin, Texas Future Games and shined right out of the gate. When hits came at a premium during this event, Chance found a way. On one of his hits he connected for a round tripper!