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Bartlesville Area Baseball Players to Watch – Presented By Tulsa Bone and Joint

Zeb Henry – Bartlesville

Zeb is a switch-hitting shortstop that is also a solid pitcher. He is a four-year starter who is committed to Eastern Oklahoma State University. Great player and an even better Kid.

Zane Griggs – Dewey

Zane will be the team’s top pitcher on the mound this spring. He returns after anchoring the rotation last year as a sophomore. He will also be a top-of-the-lineup guy.

Jaxon Woods – Hominy

A four-sport athlete for the Bucks, Woods is a humble but competitive player that hates to lose. Not shy to help the younger class men when they mess up. Solid leader for every sport he plays.

John Reed – Pawhuska

John is a senior and will be the leader on the field behind the plate. He can hit for power and average.


Easton Olenberger – Bartlesville

A sophomore who has a chance to help the Bruins behind the plate and possibly on the mound. Easton is a versatile player that can also play multiple positions on the infield.

Easton Davis & Parker Garrison – Dewey

Both guys are very talented players who will make an immediate impact on the club this spring. Easton has a chance to be one of the district starters on the mound, and Parker will see significant time at third base. Both are expected to hit in the middle of the lineup and help carry the offense.

Blaine Hipp – Hominy

You can put this kid at any spot on the field and he is going to contribute to making the team better. Has amazing bat speed and his glove work is solid.

Canyon Hindman – Pawhuska

Canyon is a sophomore that will be shortstop and one of the team’s top arms. He is only a sophomore but will be looked at as a lead-by-example kind of player.


Luke Fox – Bartlesville

A three-year starter that will be in center field. He covers a ton of ground in the outfield and runs really well. Fox has committed to Seminole State University.

Eddie Rice & Nate Sloan – Dewey

Both guys are extremely hard workers. Every day they both show up and do what is asked of them with great effort. Both have chances of cracking the lineup this season.

Harley Warnke & Bryon Marshall – Hominy Harley stepped up and became Hominy’s catcher last year and has done a great job with it, working hard during the offseason to make sure he can get everything perfect. Marshall is the leader of the outfield. Playing centerfield, he can cover so much ground that it is hard for a baseball to get by him. When he puts the ball in play at bat you better not mess up because he will beat your throw out

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