Northwoods League All-Star Game: Hitters


Kendall Rogers
D1Baseball

KALAMAZOO, Mich. — The Northwoods League All-Star Game is annually one of the better events on the summer collegiate baseball circuit.

This year’s event took place in Kalamazoo, and, as usual, featured some of the nation’s more intriguing prospects. Tennessee’s Zach Daniels, who was competing in front of his home fans in Kalamazoo, put together an impressive performance. He was strong in the pre-event drills, he slugged the most home runs in the Home Run Derby and also had a solid showing in the game to cap off a fun-filled day.

He wasn’t alone when it comes to position players.

Butler’s Harrison Freed showed big-time power and Saint Louis slugger Tyler Reichenborn showed good tools from an offensive standpoint.

Who stood out from a position player standpoint? Here’s our in-depth look at the headliners:

POSITION PLAYERS

Zach Daniels, 2020, OF, Kalamazoo (Tennessee)
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