Ontario Blue Jays Fall Trip - First Half Standouts

Brady Turner
Data and Analytics, PBR Canada

PBR Ontario hit the road this past week with the Ontario Blue Jays as they embarked on their second fall trip of the year with a schedule loaded with Division I programs. The first half of the trip saw them take on the University of Pittsburgh, George Mason University, Georgetown and PRO5 Academy. 

The Blue Jays brought a loaded roster down south with them that includes several high-end committed players, along with a slew of uncommitted talent who will likely draw a lot of interest from their Division I opponents.

Below, Brady Turner begins to break down everything from the first four games with a look at six of the standouts.

'24 OF/SS Lucas Alberti (Uncommitted): Alberti had a game to remember against George Mason, coming through with a pair of hits, one of which went off the LCF wall for a double. Alberti also provided some stellar defending in CF, cutting off balls in the gap that could have easily gone for extra bases. He also cut down a runner out at third who was trying to tag up on a ball to CF.

'24 LHP Jayden Bailey (Uncommitted): Bailey was filling up the strike zone in his two outings with both his FB and CB. The LHP has an easy, repeatable delivery from a ¾ slot. Lives down in the zone and keeps hitters off balance with his sharp CB.

'23 3B Tommy Valero (Uncommitted): The 6-foot-1, 200-pound third baseman had a standout performance on Thursday against Pro5 Academy, finishing the game with 3 hits. Looks right in the box, uses his strength well, and drives the ball to all fields with authority.

'23 RHP Matt Sargeant (North Dakota St.): The NDSU commit looked the part on Wednesday against Georgetown. His athletic, repeatable delivery allows him to tunnel his pitches well keeping hitters off-balance, creating lots of soft contact.

'23 SS Myles Naylor (Texas Tech): Although Naylor does not have much to show for it, the Texas Tech commit has been his usual self so far this trip. He continues to put up competitive at-bats and drives the ball hard to all fields, lacing a double to the LCF gap against George Mason.

'24 LHP Lachlan Harrison (Uncommitted): The 2024 grad has been one of the more impressive arms thus far. Against Georgetown, he created lots of S/M on both his FB and CB totalling 5 Ks in 2 IP. The 6’4”/200Ibs lefty has a loose arm and creates a steep approach angle with his offerings when living down in the zone, producing lots of weakly hit ground balls.


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