2019 All-Metro baseball first and second teams

First team

Tyler Blittersdorf

John Carroll, senior, utility man-pitcher


» Batted .450 with four home runs, nine doubles, two triples and 38 RBIs

» Named to All-Harford County first team


» Stole 11 bases

» Committed to Harford Community College

Kavi Caster

South River, senior, pitcher-outfielder


» Batted .417 (25-for-60) with five doubles, three triples, three home runs and 16 RBIs

» Scored 22 runs and struck out just five times all season

» Went 5-2 with 54 strikeouts and a 1.58 ERA in 44 1/3 innings

» Committed to Salisbury

Gabe Delgado

Howard, senior, pitcher

» Went 6-0 with a 1.31 ERA and 25 hits allowed in 37 1/3 innings

» Struck out 60 while issuing just nine walks for defending Class 4A state champs

» Batted .309 with five doubles, two triples, two home runs and 17 RBIs

» Committed to UMBC

Committed to North Carolina State, Jose Torres was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 24th round of the Major League Baseball draft.

Magnus Dunn

Mount Hebron, junior, pitcher-outfielder

» Howard County Player of the Year

» Went 3-2 with 1.29 ERA and struck out 62 in 27 innings, allowing just eight hits

» Batted .433 with three triples, three doubles and a home run

» Scored 19 runs and stole eight bases

Bryce Frederick

Dulaney, senior, shortstop

» Baltimore County Player of the Year

» Batted .459 (34 hits) with 11 doubles, two triples, five home runs and 19 RBIs; scored 35 runs and drew 19 walks

» Set school record with 112 career hits, surpassing his cousin, 2008 graduate Alex Frederick (102 hits)

» Committed to Radford

Nick Gatton

Broadneck, senior, pitcher-outfielder

» Went 6-0 with a 1.33 ERA, allowed just eight runs and issued just six walks in 42 innings

» Set Anne Arundel County record with four consecutive shutouts

» Batted .400 with three doubles, two triples and 12 RBIs

» Committed to Stevenson

Parker Landwehr

Calvert Hall, senior, catcher-first baseman

» Led MIAA A Conference champion Cardinals with .452 batting average

» Had four home runs, nine doubles and 30 RBIs and more than twice as many walks (23) as strikeouts (11) in 84 at-bats

» Threw out more than 50% of attempted base stealers

» Committed to Boston College

Lou Eckerl led the Cardinals to a 24-6 record and their first MIAA A Conference championship since winning back-to-back titles in 2012 and 2013.

Tyler Locklear

Archbishop Curley, senior, third baseman

» Batted .500 (38-for-76) with six home runs, six doubles and 24 RBIs

» Three-year captain with two-year totals of 13 doubles, 16 home runs and 59 RBIs

» Walked 16 times and struck out just six times in 2019

» Committed to VCU

Pete Marchineck

Calvert Hall, senior, pitcher-first baseman

» Went 9-1 with a 2.03 ERA and 60 strikeouts in 58 1/3 innings

» Went 8-1 against MIAA A Conference playoff teams, including victory over Gilman in championship, avenging only loss; his other win came against Washington Catholic Athletic Conference champ St. John’s College Prep

» Hit five home runs to go with 19 RBIs

» Committed to Towson

Josh Moylan

Archbishop Spalding, junior, first baseman

» Hit .440 (36 hits) with eight home runs, 11 doubles and 39 RBIs

» Scored 30 runs and drew 30 walks

» As a pitcher, had three saves in three chances while posting a 3.00 ERA in 10 innings

» Committed to East Carolina

John Torroella

Mount Saint Joseph, senior, pitcher

» Went 5-3 with two saves while allowing just 33 hits and seven earned runs in 58 1/3 innings, posting an 0.84 ERA

» Struck out 86 and walked 16 for 20-win Gaels team that returned to the MIAA A Conference playoffs

» Had four shutouts and threw a no-hitter against Archbishop Spalding

» Committed to Brown

Second team

Pierce Bennett, Gilman, sophomore, third baseman

Nick Eiswert, Catonsville, sophomore, outfielder

Daniel Elliott, Reservoir, junior, pitcher-infielder

Wilson Farlow, Dulaney, sophomore, pitcher

Peter Heubeck, Gilman, sophomore, pitcher

Garrett McIlhenney, Calvert Hall, senior, outfielder

Todd Mozoki, Dulaney, sophomore, pitcher-outfielder

Nathan Reed, Harford Tech, junior, pitcher

Emmett Reynolds, Loyola Blakefield, senior, catcher

Matt Spind, McDonogh, senior, pitcher

Benji Thalheimer, Atholton, junior, pitcher

Hunter Wright, C.Milton Wright, junior, pitcher-outfielder

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