Prep Baseball Report

Power25 Countdown: No 21 Stoneman Douglas

PBR Florida
PBR Florida Staff

Leading up to the start of the high school season, we will count down the Top 25 preseason teams every day as part of our comprehensive season coverage:

                3B Coby Mayo

Team: Stoneman Douglas
Preseason Rank: 
2019 Record: 
FHSAA Class:
Head Coach: 
Todd Fitz-Gerald
Playoff Run: 
Regional Semifinals

Name, Position, Class (College Commitment)
Coby Mayo, 3B, 2020 (Florida)
Colin Flynn, C, 2020 (UCF)
Carter Brady, OF, 2020 (Charleston Southern)
Jhan Ledezma, OF/SS, 2020
Santiago Ordonez, C/3B, 2022


Derek Rodriguez & Christian Rodriguez - The Eagles lost their top three pitchers from last season who combined for over 135 innings pitched. They will look to talented underclassmen Derek Rodriguez (2022) and Christian Rodriguez (2023) to be key members of their pitching staff in 2020.

Hunter Fitz-Gerald, 3B, 2019 (Florida Southern)
Luke Schiltz, RHP, 2019 (24th RD, Texas Rangers)
Kyle Yeoward, RHP, 2019 (Stetson)
Gabriel Cabrera, OF, 2019 (UCF)
Andrew Jenner, 1B, 2019 (Winthrop)
Kevin Heinrich, RHP, 2019 (Arkansas)

The Stoneman Douglas Eagles come into the 2020 after losing six key members of their 2019 team. On the mound they lost Luke Schiltz (Texas Rangers), Kyle Yeoward (Stetson), and Kevin Heinrich (Arkansas) who combined to throw over 135 innings in 2019. The Eagles will look to their underclassmen to throw many key innings this upcoming season. Offensively, they lost three starters including Andrew Jenner (Winthrop) and Gabriel Cabrera (UCF), but their biggest loss is Hunter Fitz-Gerald (Florida Southern). Fitz-Gerald batted .515 with 9 HRs and 31 RBI in 2019 and was taken in the 33rd round by the Colorado Rockies. Returning on offense is Florida commit, Coby Mayo. Mayo batted .391 with 4 HRs and 21 RBI. Also returning are seniors Colin Flynn (UCF), Carter Brady (Charleston Southern), and Jhan Ledezma. The 2020 Stoneman Douglas Eagles will be a tough team to beat and expect to make another run at a state championship. Make sure to follow @pbrflorida on Twitter for the most up-to-date coverage throughout the season.