Set school record with 14 home runs, batted .570 and 50 runs
Congratulations to both Kayden, his coaches, teammates and parents. He was
obviously blessed with incremental tools but a lot of people kept him on the
right track and worked with him on the way. Best of luck to him as he continues
his promosing career.
This BYU fan wishes Mr. Porter had developed more of an affinity for football.
In any case, good luck and sincere congratulations! I'm sure you will make
millions doing what you love!
It will be interesting to watch his future. If he can stay healthy and continue
to improve he is sure to end up in the big leagues some day but its hard to
judge a kids future at this point ... so much can happen. Arm troubles and
other injuries can take a can't miss and make him a forgettble has-been and that
is the harsh nature of baseball. I would say if he really does have a 95MPH fast
ball with good movement and he can stay healthy then look for his name in the
big leagues in about 5 years.
There was some great baseball played at Kearns High during the State Tournament.
The Don's team certainly was a highlight. Great players helped by great coaches
seem to be a wonderful recurring theme in Utah baseball. Congratulations to
Utah's new Mr. Baseball. He deserves the honor.Mr Aragon's article stated
that Mr. Porter hit 97mph. That is an indisputable fact verified by
approximately 20 professional scouts in attendance. Great job Mr Aragon. Your
facts are right on just as your thoughts and thought provoking sports articles
Congratulations! Been following all of these teams!