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Final Round of Athletes Announced For 2019 Under Armour All-America Game

AllAmericaLogoFINAL ROUND OF ATHLETES ANNOUNCED FOR 2019 UNDER ARMOUR ALL-AMERICA BASEBALL GAME

Baseball Factory has recruited top high school talent for the 12th annual game in Chicago, Illinois on July 22nd 

Columbia, MD (July 3, 2019) – Today, Baseball Factory announces the final round of athletes for the 2019 Under Armour® All-America Baseball Game, powered by Baseball Factory. The 12th annual event, emanating from iconic Wrigley Field on Monday, July 22nd, Live on MLB NETWORK at 2 PM CT, brings together the top 40 high school players in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.

Under Armour All-Americans are selected by a committee of Baseball Factory scouts and will compete in an American vs. National team match-up. The Under Armour All-America Baseball Game caps off a three-day, all-encompassing baseball experience staffed by some of the game’s very best players and coaches, including a formal workout in front of Major League Baseball (MLB) scouts and a home run derby.

The date of this year’s Under Armour All-America Game holds special meaning in Baseball Factory history. On July 22nd, 1994, Baseball Factory was founded by CEO, Steve Sclafani and joined shortly thereafter by President, Rob Naddelman. Together, they shared a dream and goal of helping each and every student-athlete reach their highest potential in the game of baseball and life. Through Steve and Rob’s shared passion in giving every athlete a chance to succeed, beginning with educating athletes on the field with how to always try their best, overcome their adversities, and to better themselves through education, this standard set, quickly defined the company’s motto “Factory Way.”

In addition to the first four athletes previously announced (Dylan Crews, Jared Jones, Victor Mederos and Robert Moore), the following players have been announced and will compete in the 2019 Under Armour All-America Baseball Game:

Robby Ashford – OF | 6’4, 204 | Hoover HS | Hoover, AL
Werner Blakely – IF | 6’3, 185 | Early College of Excellence | Detroit, MI
Jace Bohrofen – OF | 6’2, 190 | Westmoore HS | Oklahoma City, OK
Alek Boychuk – C | 6’1, 205 | Mill Creek HS | Buford, GA
Cam Brown – RHP | 6’3, 210 | Flower Mound HS | Flower Mound, TX
Jack Bulger – C | 6’0, 206 | DeMatha Catholic | Bowie, MD
Corey Collins | C | 6’3”/210 | L/R | Suwanee, GA | North Gwinnett HS
Pete Crow-Armstrong – OF | 6’1, 178 | Harvard-Westlake | Sherman Oaks, CA
Joseph Gonzalez – RHP | 6’4, 215 | Leadership Christian Academy | Humacao, PR
Robert Hassell – OF | 6’2, 190 | Independence HS | Franklin, TN
Austin Hendrick – OF | 6’1, 200 | West Allegheny HS | Oakdale, PA
Ben Hernandez – RHP | 6’2, 205 | De La Salle Institute | Chicago, IL
Ed Howard – IF | 6’2, 185 | Mount Carmel HS | Lynwood, IL
Blaze Jordan – IF | 6’2, 210 – DeSoto Central HS | Southaven, MS
Kyle Karros – IF | 6’5, 195 | Mira Costa HS | Los Angeles, CA
Jared Kelley – RHP | 6’3, 215 | Refugio HS, Refugio, TX
Christian Little – RHP | 6’4, 205 | Christian Brothers College | St. Louis, MO
Coby Mayo – IF | 6’5, 215 | Stoneman Douglas HS | Coral Springs, FL
Nolan McLean – RHP/IF | 6’3, 225 | Garner HS | Willow Springs, NC
Theo Millas – RHP | 6’4, 210 | Alpha Secondary School | Burnaby, BC, CAN
Carson Montgomery – RHP | 6’2, 195 | Windermere HS | Windermere, FL
Yohandy Morales – IF | 6’4, 200 | Braddock HS | Miami, FL
Steven Ondina – IF | 5’8, 156 | International Baseball Academy | Gurabo, PR
Andy Painter – RHP | 6’6, 205 | Calvary Christian Academy | Pompano Beach, FL
Max Rajcic– RHP | 6’1, 200 | Orange Lutheran HS | Fullerton, CA
Drew Romo – C | 6’1, 205 | The Woodlands HS | The Woodlands, TX
Alejandro Rosario – RHP | 6’1, 170 | Miami Christian School | Miami, FL
Will Sanders | RHP | 6’6”/195 | L/R | Woodward Academy | Atlanta, GA
Nate Savino – LHP | 6’3, 195 | Potomac Falls HS | Sterling, VA
Blake Shapen – IF | 6’1, 190 | Evangel Christian | Shreveport, LA
Kevin Sim – IF | 6’2, 205 | Torrey Pines HS | San Diego, CA
Daniel Susac – C | 6’3, 205 | Jesuit HS | Carmichael, CA
Zac Veen – OF | 6’4, 190 | Spruce Creek HS | Port Orange, FL
Cayden Wallace – IF | 6’1, 205 | Greenbrier HS | Greenbrier, AR
Slade Wilks – OF | 6’2, 215 | Columbia Academy | Columbia, MS
Tanner Witt – IF | 6’6, 198 | Episcopal HS | Houston, TX
Mario Zabala – OF | 6’1, 195 | International Baseball Academy | San Juan, PR

Here is the breakdown of American and National rosters

American Roster

Name/Position Name/Position
Robby Ashford – OF Carson Montgomery – RHP
Cam Brown – RHP Robert Moore – IF
Dylan Crews – OF Yohandy Morales – IF
Robert Hassell – OF Drew Romo – C
Ben Hernandez – RHP Alejandro Rosario – RHP
Ed Howard – IF Will Sanders – RHP
Jared Jones – RHP Daniel Susac – C
Blaze Jordan – IF Cayden Wallace – IF
Christian Little – RHP Slade Wilks – OF
Nolan McLean – RHP Tanner Witt – IF

National Roster

Name/Position Name/Position
Werner Blakely – IF Victor Mederos – RHP
Jace Bohrofen – OF Theo Millas – RHP
Alek Boychuk – C Steven Ondina – IF
Jack Bulger – C Andy Painter – RHP
Pete Crow-Armstrong – OF Max Rajcic – RHP
Joseph Gonzalez – RHP Nate Savino – LHP
Austin Hendrick – OF Blake Shapen – IF
Kyle Karros – IF Kevin Sim – IF
Jared Kelley – RHP Zac Veen – OF
Coby Mayo – IF Mario Zabala – OF

Since the game’s inception in 2008, 365 of the 399 draft eligible players from the Under Armour All-America Game have been selected in the MLB Amateur Draft including 108 first round picks.

Former Under Armour All-Americans selected in the 2019 MLB draft includeBobby Witt, Jr. (2017 & 2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 2 Overall Pick, Kansas City Royals); Riley Greene (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 5 Overall Pick, Detroit Tigers); CJ Abrams (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 6 Overall Pick, San Diego Padres); Hunter Bishop ( Arizona State | 2015 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 10 Overall Pick, San Francisco Giants); Alek Manoah (2015 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 11 Overall Pick, Toronto Blue Jays); Corbin Carroll (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 16 Overall Pick, Arizona Diamondbacks); Quinn Priester (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 18 Overall Pick, Pittsburgh Pirates); Daniel Espino (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 24 Overall Pick, Cleveland Indians); Anthony Volpe (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 30 Overall Pick, New York Yankees); Brennan Malone (2018 Under Armour All-America Game | 2019 No. 33 Overall Pick, Arizona Diamondbacks)

For more information on the 2019 Under Armour All-America Baseball Game, powered by Baseball Factory, please visit http://www.baseballfactory.com/AllAmerica.

About Under Armour, Inc.

Under Armour, Inc., headquartered in Baltimore, Maryland, is a leading inventor, marketer and distributor of branded performance athletic apparel, footwear and accessories. Designed to make all athletes better, the brand’s innovative products are sold worldwide to consumers with active lifestyles. The company’s Connected Fitness™ platform powers the world’s largest digitally connected health and fitness community. For further information, please visit https://about.underarmour.com.

About Baseball Factory, Inc.

Baseball Factory has developed programs to provide players with world-class instruction and life-changing experiences, which when combined, lead to future success both on and off the field. Baseball Factory holds over 600 events nationwide each year in all 50 states and over 150 cities on the Under Armour Baseball Factory National Tryout Tour. We pride ourselves on giving families an unbiased assessment of where they stand against other players nationwide. Baseball Factory events have featured more than 550 players who have played or are currently playing in the Majors and over 100,000 players have gone on to play at the college level. 100% of Division I and 99% of Division II and III programs have at least one Baseball Factory alumnus on their roster. Learn more at www.baseballfactory.com.

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