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Ohio State Baseball gets a commit from instate hard-throwing pitcher

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The Ohio State Baseball team has found a potential ace and they didn’t need to look far. North Royalton pitcher Jake Michalak committed to first-year head coach Bill Mosiello today.

Michalak has a fastball that sits in the lower 90’s, with a good slider as well. He has projectable frame, standing six-foot-three-inches and 200-pounds. Michalak should add on a few more MPH to his fastball over the course of his Buckeye career which should make him that much better.

The 2023 recruiting class now has 13 commits, with seven of them being pitchers. It seems like Mosiello is making a concerned effort to strengthen the Ohio State presence on the bump.

The Buckeyes are a little over a month away from their opening series with Connecticut in Florida. Like many Midwestern baseball teams, all of their early games will be played in warm weather states, until they begin their first home series in the middle of March.

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