Prep Baseball Report

PBRT Weekend Wrap-Up: Sept. 11

By Andy Sroka & PBRT Staff

Following each weekend throughout the fall, we’ll be breaking down the top performances from PBR Tournaments during the days prior. This past weekend featured tournaments spanning the country, including: the Fall Open at LakePoint, the Upper Midwest Eastern Iowa Open, the Alabama Fall Open, the South Carolina Fall Championships, and the Texas Fall Championships.

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Creekside Fall Championships MO 9/15 14U-17U Creekside
Grand Park Fall Championships IN 9/15 14U-17U Grand Park
PBR Cup GA 9/15 15U-17U LakePoint
PBR Upper Midwest Limited Series IA 9/15 15U-16U, 18U TBK Bank Complex
PBRT South Carolina Fall Open SC 9/15 14U-17U -
Virginia Fall Championships VA 9/15 14U-17U -
Ohio Fall Championships OH 9/16 14U-17U Action Sports Center
PBRT New York Fall Open NY 9/16 16U-17U Lumber Yard



*Each of the following prospects are still uncommitted, at the time of this post.

+ At the PBRT Alabama Fall Open, 2B/OF Owen Phillips (Silverdale Baptist HS, TN, 2024) was a key piece for the Mission offense throughout the weekend that helped lead them to a perfect 4-0 over at Sand Mountain Park. Phillips is a middle-of-the-order power potential threat at 6-foot-1, 185-pounds from the left side of the dish. Took some aggressive hacks during his at-bats, relaxed look in the box and often looks to lift in the swing. Contributed to the offense on Saturday with a deep, go ahead sac fly in the late innings to help secure their win. Showed the two strike approach on Sunday as he would go down in the zone for an offering and send it back up the middle of the field for an RBI single. Solid uncommitted follow in Tennessee's 2024 class.

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Owen Phillips (9/9/23)

+ RHP/OF Max Waldschmidt (Iowa City HS, IA, 2024) is one of PBR Iowa’s top-ranked uncommitted seniors. Listed at a strong, athletic 6-foot-1, 195 pounds, Waldschmidt has reached the low-90s at various points this year. Over the weekend in Iowa, Waldschmidt lived in the 85-88 mph range more often, though with greater control, and he paired the fastball with a slider, 79-80 mph, with shorter action. A quick-armed prospect worth monitoring throughout this fall.

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