Oklahoma baseball players named to preseason All-America team
BY Staff Reports
Saturday, February 16, 2013
2/16/13 at 4:54 AM
Broken Arrow pitcher Trey Cobb and Owasso shortstop Andrew Rosa are among area players chosen to Louisville Slugger's preseason high school All-America baseball teams.
The team had approximately 180 names divided into first team and honorable mention categories.
Cobb and Rosa were among four Oklahomans chosen on the First Team, along with catcher Jonathan Denney of Yukon and first baseman Gavin LaValley of Midwest City Carl Albert.
Jenks pitcher Thomas Hatch, Jenks outfielder Trey Michalczewski and Owasso pitcher Jeb Bargfeldt received Honorable Mention, along with pitcher Dillon White of Class A Sterling.
Cobb went 10-2 with 188 strikeouts last season, helping lead Broken Arrow to a Class 6A runner-up finish. Rosa hit seven homers with 42 RBIs for Owasso's state-tournament qualifier. Both signed letters with Oklahoma State.
Michalczewski, an Oklahoma signee, had three homers and 35 RBIs last season and Hatch, an OSU signee, went 6-2 with 71 strikeouts, helping lead the Trojans to the state tournament.
Bargfeldt, a left-hander, went 6-2 as Owasso's No. 2 pitcher as a sophomore last season.
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