Glenbrook South’s Fitz Stadler verbally commits to Arizona State baseball team

In this June 5 photo, Glenbrook South's Fitz Stadler throws a pitch during against Mundelein in the sectional semifinals. | Nic Summers/for Sun-Times Media

Fitz Stadler has verbally committed to play baseball at Arizona State, according to Glenbrook South coach Steve Stanicek. Stadler, a 6-foot-8 right-handed pitcher, went 8-0 with a 0.81 ERA as a junior for the Titans in 2014. Stadler made his decision Friday.

Stanicek said Stadler improved his stock with his success in the spring and this summer. Stadler currently is in Long Beach, California, for the Area Code Games, one of the most prestigious baseball showcases in the country.

“The potential factor for Fitz is something that was hard for schools to pass up,” Stanicek said.

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