Area Code Games Day 3 Recap

Rangers Area Code Team Wins in 7th Inning

The Rangers Area Code Team picked up a couple of walks and a single in the bottom of the 7th and then scored on an error to pick up a 4-3 win over the Nationals Area Code Team. The Rangers AC are now 2-1 in the Area Code Tournament.

J.D. Gregson (2020 Frisco Wakeland C) had 2 hits in the game and Jacob Schoenvogel (20202 Cy Fair OF) scored 2 runs on a single and 2 walks. Starting Pitcher Ethan Campos (2020 RHP Cy Lakes) did not give up a hit in 3 innings. He struck out 1 batter and walked one.

Day 3 Games

Brewers 10
Royals 2

Rangers 4
Nationals 3

Yankees 6
Athletics 5

White Sox 8
Yankees 1

Nationals 8
Reds 1

Day 3 Standings

White Sox 3 0 0
Rangers 2 1 0
Athletics 1 1 0
Nationals 1 1 1
Yankees 1 1 1
Breweres 1 1 1
Reds 0 2 0
Royals 0 2 1


Baseball America Day 3 Scout Notebook

J.D. Gregson, C/1B, Wakeland HS, Frisco, Texas (Baylor Commit)

Gregson led all hitters in a 4-3 game that saw his Rangers team top the Nationals, going 2-for-3 with a pair of hard-hit balls. He hit a line drive single to left field (94 mph exit velocity) in his first at-bat against a 76 mph curveball and then turned around a 91 mph fastball in his second at-bat—good for a 102 mph single up the middle.

Dylan Campbell, SS, Strake Jesuit HS, Houston (Texas Commit)

Listed as an infielder, Campbell got the start for the Rangers in center field on Wednesday and looked like a natural at the position. He made a particularly nice play when a ball was hit high and deep over his head to straightaway center. Campbell got a good jump on the ball and tracked it well, doing a nice job to flip his hips during the middle of the route and make a small course-correction to get back on line and make a solid running catch. Diving catches are nice and show off athleticism, but small adjustments and body control like this displays a feel for the smaller, more technical details of outfield defense.

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