High School Baseball

West Point baseball player named an MVP of national championship

West Point baseball player named an MVP of national championship

West Point High School rising junior Zachary “Zach” Gonzalez, 16, had the opportunity this summer to play and practice his baseball craft with teen players from across the country.

Zach made Baseball Factory’s national team and headed to Bradenton, Fla., July 27-31 to train and play in the Baseball Factory’s National World Series in Pirate City, the spring training home of the Pittsburgh Pirates.

Zach, who plays first base, has played baseball since he was 6 and made West Point High School’s varsity baseball team as a freshman.

Zach’s mother, Monica Gonzalez, set up a Go Fund Me page before heading to Florida to help pay for the cost of Zach’s tournament. Gonzalez said...

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