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Alumni in the Majors

Eric Hosmer

Hosmer was drafted in the 1st Round by the Kansas City Royals in 2008. He was the third overall pick and has been playing in the big leagues since 2011. Hosmer is a first baseman and has added many accolades since his PHR days including: three gold glove awards, All-Star Game MVP, and a World Series ring. In 2018, Hosmer signed an eight year deal with the San Diego Padres. Hosmer was the first National Finalist to make it in the bigs, he competed in the National Finals in 1998 in Denver, CO.

JP Crawford

Crawford was drafted by the Phillies as the 16th overall pick in the 2013 MLB draft. J.P. plays short and third base and was called up in 2017. Crawford competed in the 2005 Pitch Hit & Run National Finals in Detroit, MI.

Matt Wisler

Wisler was drafted by the San Diego Padres in 2011 in the 7th round of the Amateur Draft. In June of 2015, Wisler was first called up to the Majors with the Atlanta Braves as a starting Pitcher. Wisler competed in the 2001 Pitch Hit & Run National Finals that took place in Seattle, WA.

Andy Burns

Burns was drafted in the 25th round by the Colorado Rockies in 2008 & 11th round by Toronto Blue Jays in 2011. In May 2016, Burns was called up to the big leagues with the Blue Jays as an infielder. Burns competed in the 1999 Pitch Hit & Run National Finals that took place in Boston, MA.

Jakob Junis

Junis was drafted in by the Kansas City Royals in the 29th round in 2011. Junis was called up in 2017 as a Pitcher and has started his big league career with a six and two record. Junis competed in the National Finals in 2003 in Chicago, IL.

Rhys Hoskins

Hoskins was drafted in the 5th round in 2014 by the Philadelphia Phillies. Hoskins plays Left Field for the Phillies and was called up in 2017. Hoskins started his career was an offensive hot streak hitting 11 home runs in just 68 at bats!

Chris Parmelee

Parmelee was drafted in the first round in the 2006 MLB draft. Parmelee first reached the majors in 2011 with the Minnesota Twins and also played with Baltimore Orioles and New York Yankees. Parmelee plays first base and competed in the 1998 PHR National Finals in Denver, CO.

Michael Reed

Reed was drafted in the fifth round in the 2016 MLB draft by the Milkwaukee Brewers. Reed made his major league debut in 2015 playing in the outfield. He competed in the 2001 PHR National Finals in Seattle, WA.