Baseball: Inaugural SanFranPreps.com City All-Star Game set for June 3rd!
Update (Tuesday, May 29, 7 p.m.): We’ve locked in the times with USF and we will be playing a nine-inning game with first pitch at 2 p.m. The home run competition will start at 1 p.m. Those participating in the home run competition need to check in at the field by Noon and the rest of the players need to be checked in by 12:45 p.m. for warmups.
We know it’s late notice, but we’re happy to announce we will be partnering with the Dante Benedetti Foundation and X-Level Sports to put on the inaugural City All-Star Baseball Game on Sunday, June 3 at the University of San Francisco’s Benedetti Diamond.
The Dante Benedetti Foundation is dedicated to continuing the spirit and legacy of Dante Benedetti by helping kids through the game of baseball. Working in partnership with the San Francisco baseball community, the foundation is providing meaningful financial support to organizations that facilitate active participation in baseball for under-served youth in the Bay Area.
The game is scheduled for 2 p.m., with a home run competition set for 1 p.m. We will not be charging admission, but we will be seeking donations toward our fundraising effort for next season’s coverage.
You can also check out our Facebook event page at this link: http://www.facebook.com/events/226913864092675/
Players, we will provide jerseys that you will be able to keep, but please bring any other equipment you may need. Also, please wear your school hat.
Here are the finalized rosters for the game on Sunday, as well as the home run derby contestants.
Note: This list should not be confused with the SanFranPreps.com All-City teams, which will be published at a later date.
1 – Nick Johnson, St. Ignatius
2 – Drew Forrest, Lick-Wilmerding
3 – Lucas Howard, Lick-Wilmerding
4 – Kyle Tillinghast, St. Ignatius
5 – Max Barnes, Lowell
6 – Matt Craig, Riordan
7 – Ismael Orozco, Riordan
8 – Gavin Chin, Balboa
9 – Collin Monsour, St. Ignatius
10 – Nick Corson, Lick-Wilmerding
11 – Eduardo Santos, Riordan
12 – Charlie Goldensohn, St. Ignatius
13 – Nick Magyari, Lowell
14 – Connor Cucalon, St. Ignatius
15 – Nick Tam, Lowell
16 – Travis McDow, St. Ignatius
17 – Alex Arnold, Balboa
18 – Jalen Allen, Lick-Wilmerding
19 – Anthony Auerbach, Leadership
71 – Will Campbell, Stuart Hall
Coach: Mike Abbott, Burton
1 – Gino Franco, Sacred Heart Cathedral
2 – Remfel Ganal, Lincoln
3 – Joe Cibotti, Sacred Heart Cathedral
4 – Tevin Goodwin, Sacred Heart Cathedral
5 – Javon Phillips, Washington
6 – Manny Serrano, Sacred Heart Cathedral
7 – Dane Vande Guchte, Washington
8 – Avery Velasco, Washington
9 – Alex Skevos, Washington
10 – Nick Nussbaum, Sacred Heart Cathedral
11 – John Schember, University
12 – Chris Miguel, Sacred Heart Cathedral
13 – Alexander Indick, University
14 – Harry Conrad, Stuart Hall
15 – Jack Harrington, Sacred Heart Cathedral
16 – Eduardo Martinez, Galileo
17 – Nate Stern, Urban
18 – Ariel Applbaum, Jewish Community
19 – Alex Asdourian, Stuart Hall
21 – Albie Brown, Urban
Coach: Rob Fung, Washington
Home Run Derby
Max Barnes, Lowell
Harry Conrad, Stuart Hall
Remfel Ganal, Lincoln
Tevin Goodwin, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Nick Johnson, St. Ignatius
Travis McDow, St. Ignatius
Chris Miguel, Sacred Heart Cathedral
Ismael Orozco, Riordan
Kyle Tillinghast, St. Ignaitus
Avery Velasco, Washington