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2019 Baltimore-area high school baseball by the numbers

2019 Baltimore-area high school baseball by the numbers
Bel Air head coach John Swanson is all smiles as he looks for a fist bump from player Jonah Einsig as he comes to the dugout after a playoff game at Yankee Stadium at the Ripken Baseball complex in Aberdeen. (MATT BUTTON / AEGIS STAFF / Baltimore Sun Media Group)
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Hits needed by Dulaney’s Bryce Frederick to break the school record of 101, held by his cousin, 2008 first-team All-Metro selection Alex Frederick. The Radford commit batted .493 as a junior for the Baltimore County champion Lions.

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Wins for Bel Air’s John Swanson, who is entering his 19th and final season guiding the Bobcats. Swanson’s Bel Air teams have won three Harford County championships, three regional crowns and two state championships in 2013 (Class 3A) and 2016 (Class 4A). Bel Air went 15-3 and reached the Class 3A North Region final last year.

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Career victories for North Harford coach Timothy Larrimore, who enters his 29th season leading the Hawks. Larrimore has a strong junior class this season, led by Bobby Duffy, Mill Heinze and Jackson Stockstill.

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