Prep Baseball Report

Prep Baseball Wisconsin Player of the Week: Sam Moses

By: Maddox Durst
Staff Writer

Throughout the past week and really the entirety of the season, INF/RHP Sam Moses (Cedarburg, 2024; Madison JC commit) has been the heart and soul of this Cedarburg unit. Standing at a strong 6-foot-1, 195-pound frame, Moses has been a force at the plate for the Bulldogs all year.

He garnered attention as the Prep Baseball Wisconsin Player of the Week in Week 6 after reaching base a total of 18 times over the course of six games. The star senior was 10-for-16 on the week—tallying eight walks in addition to those 10 hits.

Moses flexed his muscles at the plate as well. From the middle of Cedarburg’s order, Moses hit two home runs, one double and a triple that turned into a run scored after a throwing error was committed. With that performance, he accumulated six RBIs in his work for the Bulldogs—proving to be a difference-maker when it counted most.

Moses got up on the mound and struck out 18 batters in two separate occasions, too. He defeated Slinger in a 4-2 victory by tossing 5.2 innings against the Owls—striking out 10 batters while only increasing his production. Moses remains a player to watch out for in the latter half of the season, as he currently ranks No. 54 in Wisconsin’s class of 2024.