2020 Don Mattingly World Series Teams
In the Championship Game of the AABC Don Mattingly World Series from Z-Plex Williams, Texas Twelve Maroon blanked 5 Star Performance, 8-0. Luke Harrison continued his dominant week on the mound as he tossed a five inning complete game and silenced the potent bats of 5 Star Performance. Harrison was named player of the game as he allowed only one hit and struck out four hitters. Brandon Bishop was named hitter of the game as he carried the Twelve’s offense with two hits and two RBI. Not to be outdone, Raffi Gross and Travis White piled on with two hits a piece.
Lincoln Hackim MVP Award
Conner Weigman (Texas Twelve Maroon)
Texas Twelve Maroon’s Conner Weigman has had himself one incredible summer as he adds another award to his trophy case. After earning the Offensive MVP at the Pudge Rodriguez World Classic, Weigman took home the Lincoln Hackim MVP this weekend at the AABC Don Mattingly World Series. The uncommitted 2022 from Bridgeland (TX) played up an age class and did not miss a beat. This dude is a rare five tool talent and a can’t miss prospect that has college coaches lined up for a chance to land the superstar’s talents. Weigman is going to be the cornerstone in the lucky school’s 2022 Freshman Class. If you haven’t yet heard the name Conner Weigman he’ll be sure to make you remember it as he churns out unreal performances day in and day out.
— Five Tool Baseball (@FiveTool) July 11, 2020
Stat Line: 10-23, 5 2B, 3B, 6 RBI, 10R, HBP, BB, 4 SB
Joseph R. Cooper Batting Champion Award
Peyton Stovall (5 Star Performance)
5 Star Performance’s Peyton Stovall led his team all the way to the Championship Game of the AABC Don Mattingly World Series as he put up eye-popping numbers out of the lead off spot. The 2021 University of Arkansas commit from Haughton (LA) showcased why some consider him to be one of the top hitters in the nation and took home the Joseph R. Cooper Batting Champion award. The sweet swinging lefty hit a staggering .636 this weekend and drove the ball to all fields. Stovall is a name to know for all SEC baseball fans as he is going to be a fan favorite in Fayetteville. Get use to seeing this one shine under the game’s brightest lights.
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📈The tools are off the chart. Peyton Stovall (@peytonstovall2) has been one of the most impressive players so far in the 2020 AABC #DonMattinglyWS. Through three games, the @fivestarpb SS is 8-11 with 2 2B, 4 RBI, 4R, SB. Plays hard and is fast on around the bases. Looks smooth up the middle showcasing a strong arm across the diamond while captaining the infield. MLB scouts continue to watch the LHH’s every AB and he delivers with nothing but hard hits. One of the toughest to get out at the plate. • 6-0, 185 lbs. • @5starnational • Haughton (LA) 2021 • @razorbackbsb commit #WPS #DudeAlert @fivetool_louisiana
Stat Line: 14-22, 2 2B, 2 HR, 9 RBI, 7R, BB, 2 HBP, SB
Most Valuable Pitcher Award
Luke Harrison (Texas Twelve Maroon)
Texas Twelve Maroon’s Luke Harrison turned out a dominant performance in the Championship Game of the AABC Don Mattingly World Series and took home the Most Valuable Pitcher award. The 2021 University of Texas commit from Lutheran South Academy (TX) featured a mid 80s fastball and put hitters away with a filthy breaking ball that just falls off the table. The LHP is especially deceptive as he works from a three-quarter arm slot and features a number of varying windups that mess with hitter’s timing. Harrison is a very crafty arm that will continue to dominate hitters with his pinpoint control.
.@TwelveBaseball LHP Luke Harrison (@luke_harrison18) had nasty stuff on display in the Championship Game of the 2020 @followaabc #DonMattinglyWS. Threw 5 one-hit innings w/ 4K getting 8 ground balls.
— Five Tool Baseball (@FiveTool) July 12, 2020
Stat line: 7.0 IP, 5K, 5H, 2R, BB, 2 appearances and W in Championship Game