All-Area second-team baseball players.
Nate Albers, senior, Burroughs, pitcher
Posted a 3-3 record on mound and a .351 average at the plate en route to all-league honorable mention.
AJ Berglund, senior, St. Francis, pitcher
UCSB-bound hurler hit .367 with 21 runs scored and a .469 on-base percentage.
Zach Fields, junior, Glendale, infielder
Underrated and overlooked second-team all-leaguer had a .472 average.
Christian Garia, junior, Burroughs, utility
First-team All-Pacific Leaguer hit .388 with a .501 on-base percentage.
David Goldberg, senior, Burbank, utility
Second-team All-Pacific League pick had a .333 average with 15 runs and 19 RBIs.
Johnny Koralis, freshman, Bellarmine-Jefferson, outfielder
First-team All-Santa Cruz League pick had a .353 average with 15 runs scored.
Michael Lee, senior, La Cañada, infielder
Second-team All-Rio Hondo League pick hit .391 with 25 runs, 21 RBIs and 24 stolen bases.
Bobby Romero, senior, Hoover, catcher
Did it all for Hoover, as the second-team all-league pick was arguably the area's best defensive catcher and hit .444 with 25 RBIs and 12 runs. Was also team's top pitcher.
Mark Saatzer, senior, St. Francis, outfielder
Posted a .382 average with 34 hits, 25 runs and 15 RBIs.
Scott Stetson, junior, La Cañada, infielder
Had a .435 average with 27 runs, 19 RBIs and 17 stolen bases during an All-Rio Hondo League second-team team season.
Andrew Yu, senior, St. Francis, infielder
Slick-fielding infielder had a .394 average with 18 runs scored and 15 batted in.
Brandon Zepeda, senior, Burbank, outfielder
Second-team All-Pacific League pick had 34 hits, 35 runs, 16 RBIs and a .362 average.