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Former All-Star Ben Heller Called Up to Yankees Bullpen

Ben HellerBen Heller played for Wisconsin All-Stars his sophomore and junior years of high school. The right-handed pitcher, at 6'3", 205 pounds, threw 85-86 mph at the time. After graduating from Whitewater High School in 2009, he went on to play at Olivet Nazarene University (NAIA).  Working with ONU head coach Todd Reid, Ben increased his strength and velocity, throwing in the low 90s when drafted by the Cleveland Indians in the 22nd round in 2013. With his fastball reaching 95-97 mph, he was traded to the New York Yankees on July 31, 2016. Ben played for the Yankees AAA team, the Columbus Clippers, before receiving a call up to the Yankees bullpen. The Wisconsin All-Stars coaching staff couldn't be more proud of Ben for his incredible dedication and hard work at every level along the way.

Olivet Nazarene University has one of the best NAIA baseball programs in the Midwest. For more information, contact head coach Todd Reid at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  or visit http://www.onutigers.com/sport/o/15.php

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Former All-Star Kyle Cody Selected in MLB 2016 Amateur Draft

Cody.Kyle UKpicKyle Cody became the ninth Wisconsin All-Stars player selected in the MLB amateur draft. He was drafted by the Texas Rangers in the 6th round.

Kyle played for Wisconsin All-Stars his junior year of high school, attending Chippewa Falls McDonnell High School. At that time, his fastball was 86-89 mph. Kyle committed to playing baseball at the University of Kentucky (NCAA D1). Although he was drafted after high school in the 33rd round by the Phillies, Kyle chose to continue his education and baseball commitment to Kentucky. His hard work and dedication brought his fastball velocity up to 95-97 and was paired with a nasty curveball. In 2015, Kyle was drafted once again, this time by the Minnesota Twins in the 2nd round. After negotiations broke down, Kyle finished his education at Kentucky and re-entered the draft upon graduating. He joined the Texas Rangers in the 2016 MLB Amateur Draft and has a bright future ahead.

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All-Stars Featured in 2017 Baseball Wisconsin Yearbook

The following All-Stars players are featured in the 2017 Baseball Wisconsin Yearbook, put out by the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association (WBCA). These players were members of our 2016 Wisconsin All-Stars U/17-U/18 summer and fall national baseball teams.

  • Nick Gile - Menomonee Falls HS, 1st Team All-Conference, 1st Team All-State Summer
  • Drew Behling - Waupun HS, 1st Team All-Conference, 2nd Team All-State
  • Jake Steinhardt- Plymouth HS, 2nd Team All-State Summer
  • Matthew Hruza - Melrose HS
  • Ryan Wickman - River Valley HS, 1st Team All-Conference, 2nd Team All-District

The following All-Stars were named to All-State Teams: Drew Behling (2nd Team, Spring), Alex Cimaroli (Honorable Mention), Nate Loomis (Honorable Mention), Nick Gile (1st Team), Jake Steinhardt (2nd Team, Summer). These players made All-District Teams: Alex Cimaroli (1st Team), Drew Tschumper (2nd Team), Sam Zarling (2nd Team), Ryan Wickman (2nd Team), Nate Loomis (1st Team)

The following All-Stars players made All-State or All-District Academic Teams. Players must have a 3.75 or higher GPA and be nominated by their coach. All-State Academic Team: Nate Loomis, Dan Scallon. All-District Academic Team: Kurtis Sippy, Nick Gile, Jake Steinhardt, Cody Cline, Alex Cimaroli, Sam Zatling, Nate Loomis.

2017 Fall Team Tryouts

The Wisconsin All-Stars will be holding a tryout on Saturday, March 11th at BRX Performance in Milwaukee for our 2017 Fall U15/U16 and U17/U18 national baseball teams. The Wisconsin All-Stars have earned a solid reputation as the team to see for college coaches and baseball scouts. We are looking for players that have the desire and ability to play at the next level, have a GPA of 3.0 or better, and do not play a fall sport.

Wisconsin All-Stars Tryouts:

Date/Time:     Saturday, March 11th 3:00 - 6:00 p.m. (Check-in at 2:30 p.m.)
Location:       BRX Performance. 665 S. 72nd Street, Milwaukee, WI
Tryout Fee:    $25 (includes Wisconsin All-Stars tshirt)
 
For more information, contact Mike Buelow, All-Stars Director, at 414-423-1447 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .
 

The Wisconsin All-Stars is a division of Wisconsin Christian Athletes - a not-for-profit charitable based sports organization. (C) Wisconsin All-Stars Baseball 2014.