Logan Sowers on winning Mr. Baseball

McCutcheon's Logan Sowers talks about winning Mr. Baseball
McCutcheon's Logan Sowers talks about winning Mr. Baseball

WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) – On Friday night Logan Sowers joined an elite group of student athletes when he was named Mr. Baseball. He’s the second McCutcheon Maverick to be given the award and he joined us in studio Sunday night.

It’s been a whirlwind couple months for Sowers. He graduated high school, was selected in the 31st round of the MLB draft by the San Diego Padres, turned down the money, and stuck with his original plan to head to Bloomington to play baseball for the Hoosiers.

Sowers gets the nod as the top senior player in Indiana, joining Clayton Richard as the only other Maverick to win the honor. Richard was Indiana Mr. Baseball in 2003.

Indiana Mr. Baseball winners

1992 — Chip Pettit (Crown Point)

1993 — Scott Rolen (Jasper)

1994 — Allen Stunkel (Gibson Southern)

1995 — Brad Weber (DeKalb)

1996 — A.J. Zapp (Center Grove)

1997 — Matt Mauck (Jasper)

1998 — J.D. Closser (Alexandria)

1999 — Bryan Bullington (Madison)

2000 — Jim Brauer (Carmel)

2001 — Wes Whisler (Noblesville)

2002 —Adam Lind (Anderson Highland)

2003 — Clayton Richard (McCutcheon)

2004 — Tim LeMasters (Perry Meridian)

2005 —Lance Lynn (Brownsburg)

2006 — Josh Phegley (Terre Haute North)

2007 — Jarrod Parker (Norwell)

2008 — Alex Meyer (Greensburg)

2009 — Tucker Barnhart (Brownsburg)

2010 — Justin O’Conner (Cowan)

2011 — A.J. Reed (Terre Haute South)

2012 — Will Coursen-Carr (Fort Wayne South)

2013 — Tanner Tully (Elkhart Central)

2014 — Logan Sowers (McCutcheon)

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