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Baseball Videos

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  • California recruit with ridiculous fully-extended diving catch
    Uploaded 2 days ago269 views(0:45)

    Coaches have described Steele Ledford as the best centerfielder in Southern California. Well, he puts his skills to the test with this amazing diving snag to rob the hitter of a hit.

  • Outfielder takes on fence for game-saving catch
    Uploaded last week207 views(0:43)

    Jack Boysen of Squalicum (Bellingham, WA) makes a game-saving catch to preserve the win, all while crashing into the foul line fence.

  • Rarest Way To Notch A No-Hitter
    Uploaded last week2,050 views(0:37)

    Kenny Jackson of Glen Allen (VA) threw a no-hitter in the rarest of fashions. He hit the batter on the very last pitch, but while he was swinging. All resulting in a unique strikeout

  • Nation's home run leader
    Uploaded last week1,050 views(2:19)

    Senior Joey DeMasi of Parkview (GA) is tied between 3 other contenders for first in home runs with a total of 7

  • Part V of "Legacy: Bob Hurley"
    Uploaded last week55 views(13:23)

    Part V: Showtime Sports presents this behind the scenes look into St. Anthony's legendary basketball coach in "Legacy: Bob Hurley."

  • How did he catch this?
    Uploaded last week635 views(0:32)

    Micah Tippit of Denham Springs (LA) somehow sticks his glove out and snatches this comebacker. What a great play to not only save a hit, but also his body from being nailed by the ball.

  • Former Little League World Series star belts two home runs
    Uploaded this month4,008 views(1:19)

    Huntington Beach's (CA) Hagen Danner shows why he is one of the best players in all of high school baseball when he connects with two home runs against Orange Lutheran (CA). Video courtesy of @LesLukach

  • Early Contenders - #4 Orange Lutheran (CA)
    Uploaded last month3,272 views(1:17)
  • Preseason Baseball - Top 25 Early Contenders
    Uploaded last month8,027 views(2:16)

    We run through the Top 5 teams in the 2017 Preseason Baseball Early Contenders list.

  • Early Contenders - #5 Hamilton (AZ)
    Uploaded last month1,039 views(1:01)
  • Catcher Hits in Full Gear and Bat Upside Down
    Uploaded Tue, 1/31/20171,597 views(0:34)

    Churchland's (VA) Joshua Reeder had some fun when it was too foggy to play as he bats with his catcher's gear on and uses the bat upside down. Video courtesy of Wyatt Fly.

  • Photos of 7-foot-7 Robert Bobroczky
    Uploaded Thu, 12/8/20168,641 views(0:35)

    View images by photographer Jeff Harwell of 7-foot-7 SPIRE Institute (Ohio) center Robert Bobroczky.

  • High school's best all-around athlete
    Uploaded Thu, 11/3/20161,857 views(0:33)

    West Linn senior Tim Tawa is a three-sport athlete, though primarily football and baseball. He's a scholarship baseball player who accepted a full ride to Stanford as a sophomore.

  • Tim Tawa Hits a Go-Ahead Home Run
    Uploaded Thu, 11/3/2016345 views(0:45)

    In the first round of the state championship playoffs Lions bat comes alive in the fifth inning. Will Matthiessen follows Tawa's home run with a solo home run if his own. Lions score five runs in the fifth. Tawa goes three for five with two…

  • Home Run in First and Only At-Bat
    Uploaded Wed, 8/24/2016588 views(1:10)

    Alex Acevedo was never allowed to play due to health reasons. On senior day, he made is debut. Courtesy of Michael Filia

  • Peyton Glavine Highlights
    Uploaded Tue, 8/2/20165,477 views(0:38)

    Highlights of Blessed Trinity's (GA) Peyton Glavin, the son of Hall of Fame pitcher Tom Glavine.

  • 2015-16 MaxPreps Photos of the Year
    Uploaded Wed, 7/27/20167,984 views(1:15)

    View stellar images from the 2015-16 high school sports year taken by our network of professional photographers across the nation.

  • Fastest Feet in the World?
    Uploaded Wed, 7/27/20161,038 views(0:33)
  • Tim Wakefield Interview
    Uploaded Wed, 7/27/2016341 views(0:57)
  • Mountaintop Swing #Goals
    Uploaded Tue, 6/21/2016167 views(0:32)
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