Prep Baseball Report

2024 HS Team Previews: Port Chester

Prep Baseball New York
Content Staff

Follow us throughout the preseason as we preview teams across the state prior to the start of New York’s high school baseball seasons. These previews were assembled with the assistance of the responses collected by head baseball coaches through a questionnaire form we distributed this offseason. Follow us @PBRNewYork on X and @pbrnewyork on Instagram throughout the spring for in-season highlights and game-breaking coverage.

High School: Port Chester High School Rams
Head Coach: Sean Burke, Varsity Head Coach
2023 Record & Accolades: 9-11, Started season 9-1


Showcase State Date Location
Central PA Preseason ID PA 02/11 Liberty Arena, Williamsport
Southwest PA Preseason ID (Session 1) PA 02/17 Battleground Baseball Group, Callery
NY Preseason ID: Southern Tier NY 02/10 Binghamton Sports Complex, Binghamton
NY Preseason ID: Hudson Valley NY 02/18 SUNY Sullivan, Loch Sheldrake
NY Preseason ID: West PA 02/19 Sahlen's Sports Park, Elma
NY Preseason ID: Central NY 02/20 Accelerate Sports Complex, Whitesboro
NY Preseason ID: Central Region NY 02/21 AllStars Academy, Latham
NY Preseason ID: Downstate NY 02/22 East Coast Sports, Yorktown Heights
NY Preseason ID: Long Island NY 02/23 Long Island Sports Complex, Freeport
NY/PA Rising Stars (2028-2029 grads) PA 03/03 Liberty Arena, Williamsport (PA)
NY Preseason ID: Pitcher/Catcher Analysis NY 03/07 Athletes Warehouse, Pleasantville
NY Preseason ID: Last Chance NY 03/09 Accelerate Sports Complex, Whitesboro


Top-3 Players: Josh Virella, John Tomassetti, Bryan Sachs
Top-3 Returners: Josh Virella, Jordany German, Bryan Sachs
Impact Newcomers: 8th Grader Adam Castaneda, 11th Grader Scott Sullivan (started as a sophomore but looks to play a huge role this spring), 12th Grader George Pagnotta (platooned last year, but looks to be a full starter this year and play a large role offensively)
Key Matchups: White Plains High School, Fox Lane High School

Coach’s Insight: “I think this year will be interesting. We have a lot of guys expected to take on a larger role this year and step up. We lost 7 starters, but we have key players back, led by Jordany German, one of the better pitchers in Section 1 baseball, and Bryan Sachs, a two way 10th grader who started as a freshman last year. We look to push toward a league title, our first since 2021, and although we are young, we have a team that can compete with anyone!” – Sean Burke, Varsity Head Coach


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