If the Michigan High School Baseball Coaches Association held its All-Star game at Comerica Park this season, Siena Heights Baseball Signee and Brooklyn Columbia Central/Trenton High School native Adam Wilding would have been on the roster. The game was canceled due to COVID-19 but Wilding accomplished a great honor to be on the field with the group of All-State baseball players.
Wilding was one of 34 high school baseball players from across the state named to the annual All-Star Game roster this week. Other Siena Heights Baseball signees in the past have also participated in the All-Star game.
The First-Team All-State honoree led Trenton offensively in the 2019 season and played a major role in the team's run to the Division 2 state semifinals. He finished the 2019 season with a batting average of .455 and fourth in the state for doubles with 25. He also had three home runs, three triples, 38 RBIs, 22 stolen bases, 43 runs scored, and 20 walks. On the mound, he earned an ERA of 2.77 in 43 total innings and struck out 57 batters. Wilding also started at shortstop and ended the season with a .940 fielding percentage.
"We are excited to have a young man with the ability of Adam to be joining our program this fall," said Siena Heights Baseball Head Coach John Kolasinski. Wilding was the only player from the Lenawee County Athletic Association selected to the All-Star roster.