2016 Team Preview: Farmington Tigers

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By Rob Allison
Prep Baseball Report Minnesota

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As we prepare for the upcoming 2016 high school season, we will be taking a preseason glimpse at programs from around the state.

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Team: Farmington
Nickname: Tigers
Class: AAAA
League: South Suburban
Head Coach: Jon Graff
Years as Head Coach at School: 3
2014 Overall Record: 12-10
2014 League Record: 10-7
2014 League Finish: 2nd Place
2014 Post-Season Finish: Lost in 1st Round

Returning Starters
: 5
Pitchers with 15+ Innings Returning: 2

Starters Lost: 4
Pitchers with 15+ Innings Lost: 1

Parker Holmstrom - Winona State
Bobby Eckert - Century CC 

2016 Christian Groves - OF
2016  Dylan Bergstad - OF/P
2016  Justin King - LHP - Dakota County Tech Commit
2016 Max Barthel - 2B - Northwestern-St. Paul Commit

2017 Sam Wilson - 1B
2017 Reed Collins - 3B
2017 Mitch Fox - P/OF
2017 Landon Lancaster - C/IF

"2016 looks to be a promising year as we look to build off of the success we had last year after moving to the South Suburban Conference. We've got 9 guys coming back with Varsity experience and have a bunch of other guys that will be competing for playing time- our talent pool is getting deep and will create some competition for playing time at multiple spots. We lose some power and experience from last year’s team, but we should still be able to put up some runs as we’ve got some guys returning who can really hit and have developed their own power. We’ll continue to look for depth at pitcher, but we do have two talented pitchers returning that logged 32 innings each and pitched in some really big games. The biggest question will be who takes command defensively as we look to solidify our defense, which has been an issue at times in the past. Overall, it’s a great group of kids that know how to play the game the right way, and that makes it exciting and fun." Head Coach Jon Graff



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