Baseball – 2022 All-Shore Primer: A Statistical Profile of the Shore Conference
The 2022 high school baseball season in New Jersey ended last Saturday (Monday, if you count the NJSIAA's ruling on Cranford's protest of the Group III Final), but before we here at Shore Sports Network can officially put a bow on the spring season, we have to give out some awards.
This coming week is All-Shore Week, with SSN set to unveil its Player of the Year, Pitcher of the Year, Coach of the Year, All-Shore First, Second and Third Teams, as well as a few other features to highlight the noteworthy accomplishments by Shore Conference baseball players and teams over the last two-and-a-half months or so.
To get you ready for those features, we are reprising the All-Shore Primer: a statistical look at more than 400 players in the Shore Conference during the 2022 season. You can find out the hitting and pitching stat leaders for the 2022 Shore Conference season in those link, but the All-Shore Primer offers a complete statistical profile of any player who could be even slightly considered for an all-division or All-Shore spot.
When the All-Shore teams are released at the end of the coming week and you want to figure out why a certain player was picked or left off the three teams, the Primer will tell good portion of the story. It might not satisfy any and all objection, but the information is will be on the table. You can even comb through the stats and pick your own team.
Here is this year's All-Shore Primer, organized by division.