TX Limited Series: Days 1 & 2 Standouts

Shooter Hunt
National Crosschecker

With six games now in the books from PBR Texas’ Limited Series at the University of Houston, a multitude of players have elevated their games and stamped themselves as names to know moving on in the summer and beyond. On a steamy, late-June day in the Lone Star State, a collection of some of the top travel programs in the state came together to show off their talent. There were big pitching performances with potential frontline starter stuff as well as outstanding position players who looked like future top and middle of the order bats in college and beyond. Below are just some of the players that stood out the first two days of the tournament.


Cole Foster SS / OF / Plano Senior, TX / 2020

Texas Christian recruit. Foster left no doubt as to why he is one of the top players in the 2020 class as he collected three hits on the day for the Dallas Tigers, and made a couple nice plays at his shortstop position including snaring a low comeback feed from the pitcher and quickly transferring it to his throwing hand before whipping it across to complete a double play. Possessing a more mature, athletic frame, Foster sets up square with constant, relaxed movement of his hands. He loads with a leg kick that sends his hands deeper down and back with a minor coil and barrel tilt before quickly working his hands through the zone. His flat path works with lag through the zone, and his strong bottom hand allows him to drive the ball to all fields with ease. He looked “hitterish” in the box all day. Perhaps most notable about Foster is the confidence that he exudes that seems to elevate the game of those around him. He was fun to watch, and capped a great day at the ballpark. Looking forward to watching more from him the rest of the weekend.


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