Wolverines Baseball boasts of a long and proud tradition of sending athletes to play collegiate, minor and major league baseball. Since its inception, the Wolverine program has sent players to Division I colleges as well as the minors/major leagues.

Wellington boasts a State Championship in 1999, two-time State Runner-Up (1993, 2001), five Final Four appearances (1993, 1995, 1999, 2000, 2001), four Sectional Championships, five Regional Championships, eight District Championships and 11 Conference Championships.

Scouts look to Wolverine Baseball as a source for potential players for their rosters. In fact, when the Pittsburgh Pirates drafted Sean Burnett and Bobby Bradley in 1999, it was the first time a pro team had used consecutive first-round picks on players from the same high school.

Wellington Wolverines Alumni With Professional Baseball Experience

In The Majors:PAW

  • Sean Burnett – Los Angeles Angels
    Burnett was drafted by the Pittsburgh Pirates in the first round in 2000 Major League Baseball Draft. Known for his change-up, remarkable control, presence, and a low-90s fastball. Burnett was the Pirates Minor League Pitcher of the Year in 2001 and 2002, and 2002 Carolina League Pitcher of the Year. Baseball America named him the Carolina League’s #1 prospect, and the Pirates #2 prospect. After a stint with the Washington Nationals, he is now a relief pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels.
  • Kevin Siegrist – St. Louis Cardinals
    The Cardinals drafted Siegrist in the 41st round of the 2008 MLB Draft, and he spent the summer playing for the Gulf Coast League Cardinals. After graduation from Wellington, he attended Palm Beach State College, where he was a walk-on with the “Panthers” baseball team. Siegrist was discovered by baseball scouts purely by accident when a scout attending a Palm Beach State game to watch another player took notice of Siegrist’s performance.
  • Bobby Bradley – Pittsburgh Pirates
    A High School All-American, Bradley was chosen by the Pittsburgh Pirates with the 8th overall selection in the 1999 MLB Draft. Though he signed a letter of intent to play college ball with Florida State University, Bradley signed with the the Pirates for a $2.3 million bonus. Bradley participated in the All-Star Futures Game in 2000. Prior to the 2001 season, Baseball America rated Bradley as the #20 prospect in baseball.
  • Mark Brownson – Colorado Rockies
    Brownson played for two different ballclubs during his career: the Colorado Rockies (1998–1999) and Philadelphia Phillies (2000). He made his Major League Baseball debut on July 21, 1998, an astounding 4-hit, complete game shutout against the Houston Astros.

In the Minors:

  • Chris Ingoglia – Florida Marlins
  • Matt Oxendine – Arizona Diamondbacks
  • Brian Jeroloman – Toronto Blue Jays
  • Tyler Herron – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Travis Bailey – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Dustin Brisson – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Robbie Morrison – Kansas City Royals
  • Francis Finnerty – Cleveland Indians
  • Justin Pope – St. Louis Cardinals
  • Mike Evans – Florida Marlins
  • Bobby Bradley – Pittsburg Pirates
  • Mike Collum – Pittsburg Pirates
  • Chuck Jeroloman – Boston Red Sox
  • Larry Broadway – Montreal Expos
  • Billy Simon – Boston Red Sox
  • Brian Snyder – Oakland A’s
  • Brian Stitt – Seattle Mariners
  • Kevin Siegrist – St. Louis Cardinals

Wellington Wolverines Who Signed With D1 & D2 Schools

  • Bryan Adametz – North Carolina State University
  • Travis Bailey – University of Georgia
  • Ryan Bernal – Florida International University
  • John Brebbia – Elon University
  • Dustin Brisson – University of Central Florida
  • Larry Broadway – Duke University
  • Chris Burnett – Lipscomb University
  • Ryan Cheatham – Florida Atlantic University
  • Colby Coates – Stetson University
  • Mike Cusenza – St. Louis University
  • Bo Diaz – Stetson University
  • Mike Evans – Wichita State University
  • Trey Ferrano – University of North Florida
  • Nick Ferraresi – Columbia University
  • Ina Ganzer – University of Richmond
  • Reggie Griggs – Florida State University
  • Scott Grossi – Duke University
  • Fred Guzman – Lynn University
  • Chris Ingoglia – Stetson University
  • Andrew Istler – Duke University
  • Brian Jerolomon – University of Florida
  • Jacob Koos – Stetson University
  • Chuck Jeroloman – Auburn University
  • Clint Knoblauch – Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Greg Labbe – University of North Florida
  • Andy Lambert – University of South Carolina
  • Shawn Langlois – Nova Southeastern
  • Anthony Maniotis – Palm Beach State College
  • Tim Mascia – Florida Atlantic University
  • Matthew Miller – Eckerd College
  • Mike Masiello – Clemson University
  • Ryan Mollica – Florida International University
  • Matt Morales – University of Central Florida
  • Mitch Morales – Florida Atlantic University
  • Roy Morlock – Florida Gulf Coast University
  • Robbie Morrison – University of Miami
  • Robbie Orton – Florida Atlantic University
  • Matt Oxendine – University of North Florida
  • Justin Pope – University of Central Florida
  • Nicholas Punal – Brown University
  • Lee Reumann – University of Florida
  • Jake Silver – Vassar College
  • Brian Snyder – Stetson University
  • Ryan Stark – Stetson University
  • Evan Stermer – University of North Florida
  • Spencer Stockton – Jacksonville University
  • Jake Summey – Palm Beach Atlantic University
  • Erik Wiebke – Stetson University
  • Bryan Zech – Florida State University