After both first baseman Logan Wyatt and LHP Adam Wolf were named All-Americans just a couple weeks ago, today it was revealed that outfielder Josh Stowers got in on the honors as well, and Wolf racked up even more.
Stowers was honored as a Third-Team All-American selection from both D1Baseball.com and the NCBWA, both of which are his first career All-American Honors. Following being named to Baseball America’s Third-Team All-American list, Wolf was honored as both a Second-Team All-American from the NCBWA, and an honorable mention from Perfect Game.
Anchoring the Cards from both the field and the mound, Stowers and Wolf were the clear leaders of the clubhouse. The duo were the first two Cardinals selections in the 2018 MLB Draft, with Stowers going 54th to the Mariners and Wolf going 135th to the Tigers. During what was supposed to be a rebuilding year, they helped lead the Cards to a 45 win season and 7th straight regional final, with Stowers leading the team in slugging percentage, home runs and stolen bases and Wolf leading the team in strikeouts and innings pitched.
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