The Times’ 2022 All-Star baseball team

JSerra High relief pitcher Tyler Gough jesters to the crowd to shush after recording a strikeout.
JSerra High relief pitcher Tyler Gough shushes fans after recording a strikeout to end the Southern Section Division 1 semifinal against Villa Park.
(Gary Coronado / Los Angeles Times)

A look at the players on The Times’ 2022 All-Star high school baseball team:

Pitcher, Tyler Gough, JSerra, Sr.: The Oregon State commit had the best fastball in the area, striking out 49 in 29-1/3 innings while recording saves in the Southern Section Division 1 semifinals and final.

Pitcher, Dylan Goff, Etiwanda, Jr.: Goff was 12-0 with a 0.73 ERA for the Southern Section Division 2 champions.

Catcher, Matt Quintanar, Hart, Sr.: The Pepperdine commit finished with 35 hits, five home runs and 30 RBIs for the Foothill League champions.

Villa Park High shortstop Gavin Grahovac batted .376 with 24 RBIs, 17 doubles, three triples and five home runs, earning The Times’ player of the year.

June 9, 2022

Utility, Brady Ebel, Etiwanda, Fr.: The top freshman in Southern California was 6-0 with a 0.32 ERA and batted .330 with 36 RBIs and five home runs.


Infielder, Casey Borba, Orange Lutheran, Jr.: The Texas commit finished with a .353 batting average, 30 hits, 29 RBIs and six home runs. He was the Trinity League co-MVP.

Infielder, Cameron Kim, Norco, Jr.: The UCLA commit finished with 52 hits, a .510 batting average, 31 RBIs and four home runs for the Big VIII League champions.

Infielder, Jack Gurevitch, Sherman Oaks Notre Dame, Sr.: The San Diego commit was the Mission League player of the year and finished with a .357 average and 37 RBIs.

Infielder, Gavin Grahovac, Villa Park, Jr.: The Texas A&M commit had 47 hits with 24 RBIs while batting .376 for the Division 1 semifinalists.

Chatsworth High’s Marcus Alvarado guided a 16-15 team to the City Section Open Division title, earning coach of the year from The Times.

June 9, 2022

Infielder, Eric Bitonti, Aquinas, Jr.: The Oregon commit hit .526 with 50 hits, 41 RBIs and eight home runs while going 6-2 on the mound with a 0.62 ERA.

Outfielder, Roman Martin, Servite, Jr.: The UCLA commit was the co-Trinity League MVP after batting .473.

Outfielder, Phoenix Call, Calabasas, Jr.: The Marmonte League MVP batted .398 with 35 hits and 35 runs scored while also starring in center field.