2015 Team Preview: Milan Edison

By Dylan Hefflinger and PBR Staff
Ohio Editor in Chief/NW Scout

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2015 Team Preview: Milan Edison

School Name: Milan Edison
Coaches Name/Record: Sean Hoover, 175-168
2014 Record: 19-8
Conference: Sandusky Bay Conference
Conference Record: 7-5
Division Level: III

Postseason Accomplishments:

  • 6 straight Sectional Championships
  • 2 District Championships

Key Players Lost From 2014:

  • Austin Utter, LHP/OF, 2 time 1st Team All-Ohio Outfielder
  • Adam Wroblewski, LHP/1B, Honorable Mention All-Ohio 2012
  • Chris Smith, SS, 2 year letter winner
  • Tristen Ball, C, 3 year letter winner

Number of Returning Starters/Pitchers: 4/2

Strengths of Team:

  • Young talent
  • Solid #1 pitcher
  • Fast, experienced outfield

Weaknesses of Team:

  • Inexperienced pitching staff
  • Many player who have never faced varsity pitching

Top Prospects in Class of 2015:

  • Adam Wolf, LHP, SR, 6'5", 210 lbs., L/L, committed to the University of Louisville. Ranked number 3 in Ohio and 28th overall in 2015 class.
  • Tyler Damante, OF, Sr., 5'10", R/R, 2-year letter winner
  • Jake Horchler, C, Sr., 5'10", R/R

Top Prospects in Class of 2016:

  • Owen Moyer, OF, Jr, 5'10", R/R, 2-year letter winner

Top Prospects in Class of 2017: 

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