JUSTICE THOMPSON COMMITS TO UNC

TAMPA, FL –  PTI would like to congratulate Justice Thompson on his commitment to the University of North Carolina Tar Heels to continue his baseball career at a division 1 level.

This comes as no surprise to many as Justice has been a talented ball player with above average skills  since a very young age. He posted tremendous numbers as a member of PTI baseball and a leader in every team he’s been a part of.

Coaches Michael Olasin and Andres Diaz  along with his father David have played such a tremendous role in Justice’s success.

PTI was ranked among the top teams in the nation with Justice as a member of the team and we couldn’t be more proud and happy for him to have earned this opportunity to play at the next level.

“The kid was special when he was 8, 9, 10, 11, 12…. I mean you could just watch him play and know immediately that he was a special talent. I’m extremely happy for him, for all the hard work he has put in, his family and all the coaches that have helped him along the way.  This is just another step into what i believe will be a very bright future in baseball for this young man.” – Jerry Gonzalez

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KALEN ROQUE HAS BEST PERFORMANCE OF THE WEEKEND

ST PETERSBURGH, FL – Utility infielder for  the PTI Baseball High School showcase program Kalen Roque had a performance that most can only dream of at this age as he had a perfect day on Saturday offensively.

Roque went a perfect (7 for 7) with 4 runs scored, 3 runs batted in and had a double and a triple during the day. He also tossed 3 innings  allowing  4 hits 1 earned run and striking out 2 batters.

Roque has been named player of the week for the September  21-22 weekend.

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16U SHOWCASE TEAM IMPRESSIVE IN ORLANDO EVENT

ORLANDO, FL –  The 16 and under PTI Baseball showcase team traveled to Orlando this past weekend to play in the USSSA March Mayhem NIT event in which they finished the event with strong performances from many of its players.

In Game one, the team went down 4-1 late in the ball game until Maniacs third baseman Camilo Garcia hit a go ahead Grand Slam that traveled 320 feet. But the team wouldn’t stop there as they continue to rally to score 11 runs versus a strong Canadian team. The team would hit around the lineup and Garcia would  end up getting another at bat in the inning in which he singled once again to drive in his 5th run of the inning.

The team would be defeated on Championship Sunday by the same Canadian team  on a strong pitching  performance by Jack Weber and offense led by Kalen Roque who doubled in 2 runs late in the game.

The team is back in action in Orlando Once again this weekend on the 15th in the USSSA event. For more, follow us on Facebook (Pro Talent Instructs) and Instagram (@ptibaseball)

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