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High school baseball programs in California, Florida, Texas and Georgia produced more players in the 2019 MLB postseason than the rest of the country combined.
That quartet of states has 80 former players involved in the playoffs – including those on the rosters of the eliminated Milwaukee Brewers, Minnesota Twins and Oakland A's.
Florida was next with 24, including Astros Game 3 starter Zack Greinke of Apopka
Texas (17) and Georgia (12) were the only other states to land double digit players on playoff rosters.
Rounding out the top five, American League Cy Young favorite Justin Verlander of the Astros and Goochland
headlines a contingent of nine players from Virginia.
See the map and list below for a complete state-by-state breakdown.
Max Fried, Braves, Harvard-Westlake
Austin Romine, Yankees, El Toro
Marcus Semien, A's, St. Mary's (Berkeley)
Josh Donaldson, Braves, Pace
Darren O'Day, Braves, Bishop Kenny
Tyler Flowers, Braves, Trinity Catholic (Roswell)
Dexter Fowler, Cardinals, Milton
J.B. Wendelken, A's, South Effingham
Kevin Kiermaier, Rays, Bishop Luers (Fort Wayne)
Luke Voit, Yankees, Lafayette
Ryan Pressly, Astros, Marcus
Joe Smith, Astros, Amelia