Alex Raburn of Jordan has been added to the USA Stars roster at the USA Baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary. The event features the top 18U players in the country and runs at the National Training Complex from June 22-26.
A fourth Wake County player has been added to this weekend's USA Baseball Tournament of Stars.
Green Hope catcher and rising senior Anthony Colantino was added to the NABF (National Amateur Baseball Federation) team for the rest of the tournament. Colantino will be used as a utility player.
He joins Falcons teammate Max Povse and Holly Springs players Carlos Rodon and Justin Manning in this year's Tournament of Stars, which is held at the USA Baseball Complex in Cary.
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Four area players will participate in the baseball Tournament of Stars in Cary.
Three area baseball players were recently named to this weekend's USA Baseball Tournament of Stars, a tournament with eight teams full of some of the best under-18 players in the country.
Carlos Rodon (pictured left) and Justin Manning of Holly Springs High will join Max Povse of Green Hope as the only three players from Wake County on any team roster.
Rodon, the Tri-Nine Conference player of the year committed to N.C. State, is with Team RBI and listed as a left-handed pitcher only.
Manning (right) is listed as both a right-handed pitcher and catcher and is with team American Legion.
Povse (left), a six-foot-eight rising senior, is listed as a right-handed pitcher and is on team Dixie.
Last year's Tournament of Stars was highlighted by Bryce Harper, this year's No. 1 pick in the MLB Draft. The No. 2 and 3 draft picks were also in the TOS.