Dallas Dale II had one of the best seasons any MDCA player has ever had. He and Collin Priest, who is headed to Michigan to play for the Wolverines had one of the most dominant seasons in MDCA baseball history. Dale is an amazing athlete and it’s no wonder he will be attending LSU next year.
The Tigers just won the College Baseball World Series. LSU looked dominant against Florida. The Gators just couldn’t contend with the pitching and batting that LSU has. Next year the Tigers will get even stronger when they add Dallas Dale II to the lineup.
(Dallas Dale II signed with LSU last year and will begin his Freshman year with the Defending National College Baseball World Series Champions!)
Dale II will fit right in with The National Champion LSU Tigers. That team was built solid as a rock and will likely deliver the MLB its projected number 1 draft pick in Dylan Crews who was LSU’s center fielder this year. Crews was recently awarded the Golden Spikes Award which honors the top amateur baseball player in the country.
Dale II offers much of the same. As he continues to grow in the coming years, Dale II will become a powerhouse. He already is as he showed this year finishing his Senior season with a .400 Batting Average. Dale II scored 33 runs for the Bulldogs while amassing 32 hits and 29 RBIs. He also had 9 home runs which was right up there with the most in the country.
(LSU celebrates their National Championship Victory in Omaha Nebraska where they won the College World Series against Florida in game 3.)
Only Colin Priest had more than Dallas Dale II and Priest should also be in the MLB one day. LSU is getting one stellar outfielder next year. They already have plenty of good players in the pipeline. Dallas Dale II will continue to add onto that.
Who knows? Next year at this time we might be talking about Collin Priest or Dallas Dale as National Champions. The future of baseball for LSU, Michigan and Mount Dora Christian Academy has never been brighter!