2019 MN High School Team Preview: Farmington High School


Josh Threlkeld
Prep Baseball Report

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Team: Farmington
Nickname: Tigers
Class: AAAA
League: South Suburban
Head Coach: Jon Graff
Years as Head Coach at School (Overall Record): 5 (50-63)
2018 Overall Record: 10-14
2018 League Record: 6-12
2018 League Finish: 8th
2018 Post-Season Finish: 2nd in Section 1AAAA

Returning Starters: 5
Pitchers With 15+ Innings Returning: 5

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

2018 GRADS IN COLLEGE:
Mikey Fredrickson - Minnesota State University-Mankato
Jackson McLain - William Penn University (IA)

PLAYERS TO WATCH:
2019 Adam Weed, CF (Illinois-Chicago)
2019 Brady Bean, RHP/1B (St. Thomas)
2019 Hunter Conrad, RHP/3B (MSU-Mankato)
2019 Zach Jakubowsky, LHP/OF (University of Sioux Falls)
2020 Jack Baumbach, RHP/3B 
2020 Zach Walton, 1B/OF

2019 OUTLOOK:
After making the section finals last year, we return our top 5 pitchers and lots of experience. The senior class brings a lot of talent, with 6 players committed to playing baseball in college. We have to overcome some injuries, but with our experience we have returning, along with some strong talent coming up, we believe we'll compete for conference and the section titles.” Head Coach Jon Graff