2021 Fall Schedule
PG 2019 Most Valuable Player
Leader – Captain
|FB 80 Plus||82mph||Jun 17, 2021|
|All Tournament Team||Service Baseball 13U Marine Raiders||2019 PG 13U Peach State Championships 60/90 (Major)|
|All Tournament Team||Service Baseball 13U Marine Raiders||2019 PG 13U Spring Kick Off 54/80|
|All Tournament Team||Service Baseball 13U Marine Raiders||2019 PG 13U Slugfest 54/80 (Major)|
|All Tournament Team||Service Baseball 13U Marine Raiders||2019 PG 13U Southeast Memorial Day Classic 54/80|
|All Tournament Team||Service Baseball 15u Devgru||2021 15U PG Summer Showdown|
|Tournament Most Valuable Player||Service Baseball 13U Marine Raiders||2019 PG 13U Southeast Memorial Day Classic 54/80|
My name is Logan Pedretti, I am in the 2023 graduating class at East Forsyth High School, Forsyth County, Georgia. I have been playing baseball since I was three years old and I have maintained a relentless passion for the sport.
For me, baseball is more than a game. It’s a continuous learning experience. Over the years, I have realized the skills I have acquired in baseball: discipline, dedication, flexibility, persistence and resilience have carried over into my every-day life. I believe this knowledge will continue to make me an asset to any baseball team/organization I am a part of and contribute to. This knowledge and skill set carries over into everything I do – from working out physically, school work and to my future career.
My parents and family are an added support system for me. They help me to recognize that I have both strengths and weaknesses and it is my job to identify both of these and put in the extra work to improve in specific areas.
When it comes to baseball, I believe this skill set allows me to be coachable – to understand the value of both positive and negative criticism. I have always been a strong hitter and have been fortunate to enjoy dozens of home run hits. Although a home run provides a feel-good moment and personal satisfaction, they have not been my greatest moments in baseball. A home run may result in just one run (or three!), a personal feel-good moment. My best moments in baseball have been when my hit or my play in the outfield contributed to a win for our team – when I know that play I made contributed to the work put in by my team, to the coaching we received and the execution of solid plays.
Logan Pedretti is a 2023 OF/RHP from East Forsyth High School and Service Baseball 16u. Logan is 5’11” 165 lbs. He hits right handed with good power potential. His exit velo is 88 off a tee. He shows the ability to drive the ball to all fields. Logan has a strong arm, 87 mph from the OF. His throws have carry and are accurate. He runs the 60 in 7.2 seconds. He’s working hard to get faster and has a goal of being sub-7.0 by next summer. Logan does pitch when called upon. He throws low 80’s off the mound and has some potential there if he decides to pursue it. Logan is a a great teammate. He works hard and is coachable. Logan has a 3.0 GPA and is determined to improve that.
For more about Logan, contact Mike Ewing @ 404-402-7972 or firstname.lastname@example.org
2021 Perfect Game Tournaments: *.294 Avg *10 for 34 *3 2B *1 3B *1 HR *12 RBI *3 R *6 BB *4 SB
Service Baseball Coach Johnny Hernandez Evaluation:
True Gap to Gap Power
Work harder in the weight room
Needs to take defense seriously
Logan has had a tremendous summer season. He has really done a great job taking the information given to him and has really applied it in practice and games. He’s made a tremendous adjustment at the plate. His swing is really starting to turn the corner. He has what we call great gap to gap power. Really proud of who he has become as a player. Logan does need to make a decision on whether or not he wants to be a college baseball player or not. If the answer is yes, he needs to dedicate his life to the game. Weight room, nutrition, and the biggest one is academics. You’ll have plenty time to hangout with friends. You’re trying to be one of the 2% that get to play D1 baseball. It has to become a lifestyle. Looking forward to 2021-2022, I see Logan playing a huge part in the middle of our lineup and also contributing on the mound.
Hitting Instructor Mike Ciccione: 818-277-7377