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New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series Players Of The Week: May 8-14

May 24, 2018

The New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series is proud to announce their “Players Of The Week” for the second week of May.

Mason Ronan, LHP (US Elite)Liquid IV Pitcher of the Week

Ronan is a top 2018 draft prospect, was on the 2017 National team

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Michael Brooks, SS (Scorpions) – Franklin Offensive Player of the Week

Brooks is a two-time gold medalist, and upcoming National Team member

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Wendell Marrero, RF, PR (7 Baseball) – Diamond Kinetics Slugger of the week

Marrero possesses a huge power bat, and the Puerto Rico native will be returning to the World Team in 2018 after appearing in the inaugural event in 2017.

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GForm Defender of the week – Dilan Rosario, SS, PR (Potros)

Rosario is a first-round type shortstop and upcoming World Team member

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Tyrell Schofield- Sam, 2B (Ontario Blue Jays)Senaptec On Base percentage leader

Schofield-Sam has been called the best hitter in Canada for 2019 draft.  The Team Canada member is often comped to Daniel Murphy, and will be on the World Team.

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Miles Bowen, CF (GBSA) – Motus One Athlete of the Week

The National Team member is one of the best two-sport athletes in the country

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NB Baseball/Program15 Future Stars of the Week – Daniel Espino, RHP, GBSA and Glenallen Hill, Jr, NorCal

PROGRAM 15 boasts a faculty and staff that includes multiple Major League All-Stars and World Series veterans responsible for executing the New Balance Baseball Future Stars Series, an initiative between the two organizations to elevate the game of baseball by providing amateur players across all economic levels an opportunity to reach their full potential through the training, development, and guidance of former MLB players, scouts, and coaches. For more information on Program15 and the Future Stars Series, visit www.futurestarsseries.com or @program15bb and @ftrstarsseries on Twitter.

Mike Ashmore

Mike Ashmore

Mike Ashmore is a veteran baseball writer with 15 years experience in the business.He's covered the last four World Series, and has also worked everything ranging from the MLB All-Star Game to the World Baseball Classic.In addition to his role working for Program 15, the 34-year-old New Jersey native currently serves as the beat writer of the Somerset Patriots of the independent Atlantic League as well as national hockey writer and New York Giants beat reporter for The Trentonian.Ashmore has worked the Super Bowl, Stanley Cup Final, Frozen Four, Daytona 500, major UFC events and much more as he approaches 2,000 games covered in his career.
Mike Ashmore