Tre Parker, a 22nd-round draft pick by the Seattle Mariners, worked out with the Lancaster JetHawks before Tuesday’s game.
Parker, an infielder from Rialto Eisenhower High, worked out before the regular team practice, then took batting practice and infield practice with the team. Parker has not yet signed a pro contract and has a partial scholarship to UCLA for next season.
“I’m not sure what I’m going to do,” Parker said. “I’m kind of in-between right now.”
Parker batted .393 with three home runs, 19 runs batted in and 13 stolen bases in his senior year of high school. He had five doubles, four triples and scored 30 runs.
Tonight’s Game: JetHawks (Joseph Mays, 1-0, 6.35) at Rancho Cucamonga Quakes (Domingo Guzman, 0-1,13.50), 7:15 p.m.
AROUND THE LEAGUES
Scanning Monday’s box scores: TRIPLE A--First baseman Rich Aude (Chatsworth) had two hits, including a home run, for Syracuse. . . . Right-fielder Jacob Cruz (Channel Islands) had two hits for Phoenix. DOUBLE A--First baseman J.P. Roberge (St. Francis) had two hits for San Antonio. SINGLE A--Designated hitter Casey Snow (Crespi) had three hits and three runs batted in for San Bernardino. . . . First baseman Jon Tucker (Chatsworth) hit his ninth home run and had three RBIs for Vero Beach. . . . Outfielder Greg Shockey (Cal State Northridge) had three hits, including a triple, for Rancho Cucamonga.