Register with Prospect Wire
Create one account to manage everything you do with Prospect Wire like:
  • Subscribing to premium content
  • Updating your profile
  • Registering for an event
  • Announcing starting pitchers
  • Submitting tournament rosters
  • Reading scouting reports
  • Viewing Rankings
First Name:
Last Name:
Confirm Email:
Confirm Password:
Who are you?:
What Travel Organization Are You With?
Search for your organization below.
If not found, please use the green (+) button to create new.
Please do not type in [value]. Please leave this field blank instead.
General Organization Info
Organization Name:*:

Colors and Logos

Team Page Preview
Team Name Baseball
Sort Players By:
What College Are You With?
Please do not type in [value]. Please leave this field blank instead.
What Type of Account Would You Like?
  • Player profile creation
  • Player profile management
  • Travel team management
  • View basic scouting data
  • Announce starting pitchers

  • Full article/content access
  • Advanced search features
  • View rankings
  • View scouting reports
  • View stat leaders
per month

  • Player GPAs
  • Player contact info
  • Player college choices
  • Player academic info
  • College/scout access
per month

Payment Information

Billing Information:

Member Fee:
Coupon code:

Card Information:

Note: PW subscription automatically renews each month until canceled.

Thank you

Updated: Jul 17th, 2015
Highlights from Friday’s PWWS 18U/17U Games
By: Jessica Parisen |

FT. PIERCE - Prospect Wire’s fourth annual World Series kicked off on Friday night at the Lawnwood Complex. Three games for 18U and 17U teams were held, displaying noteworthy young talent amongst the players.


 PBA Stars 17U vs. St. Lucie Show 18U

Pitcher Logan Portis of the PBA Stars had a great game, facing 16 batters and striking out 12. His effortless short arm stroke repeated well throughout the game.



Additionally, Tanner Goodwin, also of the PBA Stars, went 3-3 with 4 stolen bases and 3 runs scored. The player proved to be quick out of the box with good instincts.


All American Prospects 17U vs. Elite Baseball 18U

Michael O'Brien (2016) of the All-American Prospects made a great sliding catch near the fence to avoid the dugout. Teammate and catcher Emilo Lopez (2016) also made a sliding catch in foul territory on a pop fly. Ed Pfluger (2016) had a hard ground ball to left field that had an exit velocity of 95 mph. 

Catcher Jarrod Beegle (2016) of Elite Baseball showed good instinct and a quick release in throwing out opponent Royce Neil who was trying to tag up from second base. The centerfielder also made a sliding catch on a line drive and a gap. Austin Marquet (2016), also from Elite, showed great bat speed with a line drive clocking at a 97 mph exit velocity over the centerfielder's head to break open scoring with a 2-run double. Ultimately though, the All-American Prospects took advantage of Elite Baseball's errors and miscues during the top of the 7th to eventually win the game 5-2.


Broward Bangers 18U vs. Triton Rays 18U

Cage Cox (2016) of the Triton Rays hit a triple off the wall with 2 RBIs. The accurate, uncommitted player demonstrated a strong arm throughout his game.


Prospect Wire’s combine and playoffs will also be covered through our blog. Follow us on Twitter to get the links to the coverage.



About Jessica Parisen
Total views (3353)
Comments (0)