Loganville and Greenbriar's third and final game of the AAAA Georgia High School baseball championship series is today at . After taking the first game on Saturday, and then struggling in the second forcing a third game, Red Devil fans are hoping the team will pull it out today to take the title.
In the Red Devil’s favor is a player already being compared to Oakland Athletic , another Loganville High School alumnus, who was first drafted to the Boston Red Socks. In a recent feature on Frazier in ScoreAtlanta, LHS head baseball coach Jeff Segars referred to Frazier as a middle of the order hitter that brings a lot to the table offensively. Segars said it’s Frazier’s “tremendous bat speed that comes packed with a lot of power.”
The LHS junior, who has reportedly already committed to the University of Georgia, has broken four of Moss’s records, including for most homes runs in a single season (22), career home runs (44), single season RBI (56) and career RBI (117) and runs scored (54).
The Walton Tribune has been following the series and gives a rundown of the outcome of the first two games.
The teams take to the field at 2 p.m. today for the third and final game.