Okotoks Dawgs INF Cesear Valero (2019, Calgary, Alta.) has had a month to remember.
He committed to play for the No. 1 ranked Oregon State Beavers.
And then he was off to Meanwhile ... Valero impresses ... again
The WWBA East Memorial Day Classic took place in Fort Myers.
Playing for Land O Lakes, Fla. baed Joba he singled and knocked in a run in a 9-1 loss to North East Baseball.
Next, he was hitless in a 10-2 loss to the Florida Pokers -- Original.
Then, he singled as JOBA played the Vanguards to an 8-8 tie,
And in the finale, he singled in the only run in a 1-0 victory of SLAM as JOBA finised with a 1-2-1 record.
By David Rawnsley
JOBA had a good shortstop of their own. Cesear Valero (2019, Calgary, Alta.) demonstrated good bat control while still being aggressive to the ball. From a narrow stance, Valero has a large stride to help generate power. He pitched as well, getting as high as 78 mph with his fastball. He threw his 12-to-6 curve for strikes consistently in order to steal strikes early and get pop ups later in at bats. Already committed to Oregon State, Valero is certainly one to keep an eye on.