Future Stars Series Regional Combine Recap: Boston

As usual, there was no shortage of talent in the Boston area.

The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series found that out firsthand on Saturday when the development staff descended upon the EVO Baseball Academy in Shrewsbury, Mass. for their latest event.  The day was split into two groups, with athletic testing held before each group began baseball-related activities.

Leaders among both groups are listed below:

Ten-yard dash:

2022, Sean Agonis, 1.36
2025, Matthew Gileno, 1.36
2023, Antonio Morales, 1.37
2023, Jefferson Soto, 1.4
2023, David Ballenilla, 1.42
2025, Miles Fontaine, 1.43
2023, Enger Paulino, 1.43
2023, Edward Rogers, 1.43
2023, Christian Silva, 1.44
2023, Albis Felix, 1.44
2022, Aaron Roach, 1.44
2024, Brayden Hy, 1.45
2024, Christian Oliveira, 1.45
2023, Brady Collins, 1.46
2026, Eddie Flores, 1.47
2024, Andrew Ray, 1.48

PRO AGILITY:

2024, Christian Oliveira, 4.22
2023, Antonio Morales, 4.32
2022, Jean Santos, 4.33
2023, Edward Rogers, 4.35
2023, Enger Paulino, 4.37
2023, CJ Orrego, 4.38
2024, Eric Santaella, 4.4
2023, David Ballenilla, 4.41
2023, Anthony Macarelli, 4.43
2023, Alex Kranzler, 4.44
2023, Ben Griffith, 4.44
2023, Brady Collins, 4.47
2024, Sebastian Ortiz, 4.49
2025, Miles Fontaine, 4.52
2026, Eddie Flores, 4.53
2025, Gustavo Bosques, 4.55
2022, Aaron Roach, 4.56

BROAD JUMP:

2022, Sean Agonis, 9’8″
2023, Ben Griffith, 9’1
2023, Alex Kranzler, 9’0
2025, Deynel Fuentes, 9’0
2023, Antonio Morales, 8′ 11
2022, Jean Santos, 8’11
2023, Enger Paulino, 8’9
2023, Brady Collins, 8’8
2024, Andrew Ray, 8’7
2024, Sebastian Ortiz, 8’6
2025, Owen Curtis, 8’5
2023, Anthony Macarelli, 8’5
2023, CJ Orrego, 8’4
2022, Olivia Pichardo, 8’3
2023, Edward Rogers, 8’3
2023, Albis Felix, 8’3
2023, Yoanel Valerio, 8’3
2026, Eddie Flores, 8’3

TRIPLE JUMP:

2022, Sean Agonis, 30’0″
2022, Jean Santos, 29’5
2023, Antonio Morales, 28’2
2023, Edward Rogers, 27’2
2023, CJ Orrego, 27’2
2023, Ben Griffith, 27’1
2023, Enger Paulino, 26’10
2022, Aaron Roach, 26’8
2023, Anthony Macarelli, 26’6
2023, Brady Collins, 26’5
2024, Brayden Hy, 26’4
2023, Albis Felix, 26’2
2023, Alex Kranzler, 26’0
2024, Andrew Ray, 25’9
2023, Christian Silva, 25’5
2024, Sebastian Ortiz ,25’2
2024, Mason Alves, 25’1
2025, Owen Curtis, 25’1
2022, David Siciliano, 25’0
2022, Olivia Pichardo, 25’0

There were a number of standouts on the day — both old and new faces to the Future Stars Series — and the social media team on-hand already has many of them posted on the @ftrstarsseries Twitter account.

While invites aren’t formally announced to the upcoming jewel events this summer, it’s expected that there will be a significant presence at all of them among those who were in attendance on Saturday.

“It’s no secret that this area of the country has some significance to me both personally and professionally,” said Future Stars Series president and CEO, Jeremy Booth.

“With that said, it’s always special to get to come back out this way, and this particular event certainly didn’t disappoint.  It never does.  It was great to catch up with so many members of the FSS family this weekend, and just as good to make connections with players we haven’t seen before.  I’m excited to see what the future holds for many of them in the next steps.”

The event also featured the debut of the collaboration between the Future Stars Series and the Pelotero app, which automatically applies intelligence to athlete data and generates individualized training programs to improve player performance.  It was co-founded by hitting instructor Bobby Tewksbary and former big leaguer Chris Colabello, both of whom were in attendance on Saturday not far from where the duo first met Booth in Worcester nearly two decades ago.

“It was only fitting that the Pelotero partnership made its debut at this event,” Booth said.  “It was an extremely successful first showing, and we’re very excited to see how this continues to develop as they get integrated with our partner programs and Future Stars Series Instructs platform.”

Here are the leaders from Boston in the first-ever implementation of advanced Pelotero data at a Future Stars Series event:

LEFT HAND GRIP:

2023, Enger Paulino,150

2024, Nick Villano,148

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,147.2

2024, Andrew Ray,140.8

2024, Sean Agonis,135.4

2022, Jaydon Luna,131.6

2025, Gustavo Bosques,131

2023, Alex Kranzler,125.4

2022, Jean Santos,124.8

2023, CJ Orrego,123.6

2024, Anthony Macarelli ,119.4

2023, Antonio Morales,118.4

2023, Yoanel Valerio,115

2023, Albis Felix,114.8

2022, Angel Rivera,114

2024, Brayden Hy,112.6

RIGHT HAND GRIP:

2022, Sean Agonis,144.4

2023, Ethan Perez,140.4

2023, Edward Rogers,139.6

2024, Andrew Ray,134.4

2022, Aaron Roach,133.4

2022, Jean Santos,132.2

2024, Nick Villano,129.6

2023, Enger Paulino,129.2

2024, Brayden Hy,127.4

2024, Anthony Macarelli ,127.3

2023, Yoanel Valerio,126.4

2024, Christian Oliveira,125.6

2023, Albis Felix,125

2023, Antonio Morales,123.6

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,122.6

2023, Alex Kranzler,120

EXIT VELOCITY:

2024, Nick Villano,98

2022, Sean Agonis,97

2024, Brayden Hy,95

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,94

2025, Matthew Gileno,93

2024, Anthony Macarelli ,92

2022, Jaydon Luna,92

2023, Brady Collins,91

2025, Gustavo Bosques,91

2023, Enger Paulino,91

2023, Ethan Perez,91

2023, Edward Rogers,90

2023, Alex Kranzler,89

2023, Albis Felix,89

2023, Jefferson Soto,88

2024, Christian Oliveira,88

2023, Antonio Morales,88

BAT SPEED:

2024, Anthony Macarelli,72

2025, Matthew Gileno,71

2024, Brayden Hy,70

2023, Alex Kranzler,68

2025, Gustavo Bosques,68

2024, Nick Villano,68

2022, Sean Agonis,67

2022, Jaydon Luna,66

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,66

2023, Enger Paulino,66

2024, Cam Papetti,66

2023, Jefferson Soto,65

2025, Miles Fontaine,65

2023, Antonio Morales,65

2023, Edward Rogers,64

2023, Ethan Perez,64

2024, Andrew Ray,64

IMPACT MOMENTUM:

2024, Anthony Macarelli,27

2025, Matthew Gileno,26

2023, Alex Kranzler,26

2025, Gustavo Bosques,26

2024, Brayden Hy,26

2023, Jefferson Soto,25

2022, Sean Agonis,25

2022, Jaydon Luna,25

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,25

2023, Enger Paulino,25

2024, Nick Villano,25

2024, Cam Papetti,25

2023, Edward Rogers,24

2025, Miles Fontaine,24

2024, Andrew Ray,24

2023,Antonio Morales,24

APPLIED POWER:

2024, Brayden Hy,1337

2025, Miles Fontaine,1316

2024, Anthony Macarelli,1299

2025, Gustavo Bosques,1276

2023, Alex Kranzler,1235

2025, Matthew Gileno,1212

2022, Jaydon Luna,1147

2024, Nick Villano,1147

2022, Sean Agonis,1132

2024, Andrew Ray,1125

2023, Antonio Morales,1111

2024, Sebastian Ortiz,1108

2023, Enger Paulino,1076

2023, David Ballenilla,1045

2023, Jefferson Soto,1035

2023, Ethan Perez,1030

MAX ACCELERATION:

2025, Miles Fontaine,41

2024, Brayden Hy,41

2024, Anthony Macarelli,40

2025, Matthew Gileno,40

2024, Christian Oliveira,38

2024, Mason Alves,37

2023, David Ballenilla,36

2022, Jaydon Luna,36

2022, Sean Agonis,35

2023, Sebastian Ortiz,35

2025, Gustavo Bosques,34

2023, Ethan Perez,34

2024, Andrew Ray,34

2023, Alex Kranzler,33

2023, Antonio Morales,33

2025, Owen Curtis,32

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