Prep Baseball Report

Power25 Countdown: No 22 Belen Jesuit

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:

                SS/2B Dorian Gonzalez

Team: Belen Jesuit
Preseason Rank: 
2019 Record: 
FHSAA Class:
Head Coach: 
Jerry Albert
Playoff Run: 
Regional Semifinals

Name, Position, Class (College Commitment)
Christian Eiroa, 1B, 2020 (FIU)
Dorian Gonzalez, SS/2B, 2021 (MIami)
Alejandro Morales, LHP, 2020 (Rutgers)
Jorge De Goti, OF, 2021 (Florida)
Gio Cueto, C, 2021 (Wake Forest)
Roger Cainzos, RHP, 2020 (Manhattan)


Roger Cainzos - Cainzos (Manhattan) returns after missing the 2019 season with an injury. After losing their top two pitchers from last season, the Wolverines will look to Cainzos to be a key innings eater in 2020.

Alejandro Torres, RHP, 2019 (FIU)
Mario Fernandez, RHP, 2019 (FIU)
Armando Albert, SS, 2019 (Rutgers)
Joshua Salandy, OF, 2019 (SUNY-Cortland)
Robert Curbelo, C, 2019

Belen Jesuit comes into the 2020 season after a really strong 2019 season going 22-6. They return a talented crop of juniors and seniors despite losing several key players from last season. On the mound, the Wolverines lose RHPs Alejandro Torres and Mario Fernandez to FIU. That tandem combined for 119 innings while only allowing 23 runs in those innings. Returning on the mound is Rutgers commit Alejandro Morales, who logged 31 innings with a 1.58 ERA in 2019. They also return Manhattan commit, Roger Cainzos who missed the 2019 season with an injury. Offensively, Belen Jesuit loses three key contributors in their lineup in Armando Albert, Joshua Salandy, and Robert Curbelo. They return their biggest bat from 2019 in senior 1B Christian Eiroa (FIU) who batted .384 with 8 HRs and 30 RBI. The Wolverines also return three impact juniors in 2019 in Dorian Gonzalez (Miami), Jorge De Goti (Florida), and Gio Cueto (Wake Forest). With the talent Belen Jesuit returns in 2020, they are in a prime position to make a playoff run. Make sure to follow @pbrflorida on Twitter for the most up-to-date coverage throughout the season.