Jeremiah Jackson’s Jersey Retired

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uring halftime, Jeremiah Jackson's baseball jersey was retired. His former coaches joined him, Tim Becker, Josh Eddington, and Mike Szymanski. Jeremiah graduated from St. Luke’s in 2018, where he amassed an incredible list of accomplishments! While at St. Luke’s:

He was a six-year starter for the varsity baseball team, member of 2015 Team USA Baseball, five-time All Coastal Alabama, four-time Alabama All-State, two-time Alabama 2A hitter of the year, three-time Alabama Super All-State, two-time Alabama 2A Player of the Year, Perfect Game All-American, two-time Under Armour/Baseball Factory, All American Rawlings 2017, National "Finest in the Field" selection, American Family, All-USA Alabama Baseball Player of the Year, Baseball America All American, two-time Max Preps High School All American, two-time Collegiate High School Baseball All American, Rawlings/ABCA All American, Alabama Sports Writer Association 2018 "Mr. Baseball,"Rawlings/Perfect Game 2018 National High School Player of the Year, and many others.

In 2018, Jeremiah was selected as the 57th overall pick in the 2nd round of the 2018 Major League Baseball Draft, by the Los Angeles Angels, and was named Los Angeles’s 2019 Minor League Player of the Year. Jeremiah is now a member of the New York Mets Double-A affiliate, the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, where he will continue adding accomplishments to his list.