Pitt Baseball Gets Commitment from 2024 INF Nick Slogik
Pitt Baseball got a commitment from class of 2024 infielder Nick Slogik Wednesday.
Committed!🔵🟡🐆@CoachMegahee @DMesoraco @CoachMikeBell22 @Pitt_BASE pic.twitter.com/pj8aCUyfxJ
— Nick Slogik (@NickSlogik) August 3, 2022
Slogik plays baseball for Warwick High School in Lititz, Pa. He helped his team win the 2022 PIAA 6A State Title this past season. For his efforts, Slogik earned First-Team of Section 1 in the Lancaster-Lebanon League.
He currently plays at first base, standing at 6-foot-5 and around 240 pounds. He shows tremendous power at such a young age and should improve over the next two seasons before he heads to Pitt.
This summer, Slogik is playing travel ball with the Keystone St. Bombers and is developing his game. Slogik also plays football and features at the defensive end position.
My goodness. @NickSlogik is THAT DUDE. He is HIM!!! The 6’5”2024 1B launched a 3R HR (his 2nd of the WWBA) in the bottom of the 6th inning to propel the 16U National team to a 6-3 win over Wolf Pack Baseball. The win moves the Bombers to 3-0 at the @PerfectGameUSA WWBA. pic.twitter.com/ngtu8F1gu4
— Keystone St. Bombers (@KSBombers) July 18, 2022
Nick Slogik (‘24, Penn.) shows some good opposite field pop with this two run homer to right field. Physical player w/ short swing. @PGMidAtlantic @PG_Uncommitted #WWBA pic.twitter.com/hTgckUYFQM
— Perfect Game Scout (@PG_Scouting) July 17, 2022