Prep Baseball Report

Fall Prospect Notes: TCU

Kendall Rogers / David Seifert
D1 Baseball

This is the moment Kirk Saarloos has been waiting for.

Now in the captain’s seat of the TCU program, there’s much that has not changed for Saarloos, but there’s plenty that has. Saarloos has familiarity with his assistants Bill Mosiello, John DiLaura and Kyle Winkler, who was added to the staff this past summer. But he also has plenty of responsibilities he didn’t have as an assistant. Furthermore, he’s replacing a guy in Schlossnagle who developed into a legend in Fort Worth. Continuing that level of success isn’t a given. It won’t be easy.

He’s ready for the challenge.

As TCU kicks off a new era in 2022, the Frogs will look different in some ways, and not so different in others. For instance, the pitching staff has a lot of promise with the rise of Cam Brown, Riley Cornelio and others, along with the return of talented lefthanded pitcher Austin Krob. Meanwhile, Mosiello has his work cut out at the plate with a cornucopia of new faces. Superstar Brayden Taylor and others are back, but the Frogs also lost several key sluggers from a team littered with veterans.

Let’s dive into TCU’s fall workouts:

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