Oregon has added a couple commitments to its 2020 baseball recruiting class.
Rio Britton, a pitcher and outfielder from Ione, Calif., announced last week that he would play for the Ducks and catcher/outfielder Josiah Cromwick joined coach Mark Wasikowski’s first full recruiting class on Friday.
Britton, a 6-foot-2, 193-pound left-hander, has a fastball that hit 91 miles per hour during his senior season at Capital Christian High School. Cromwick is a 6-2, 185-pound right-handed hitter who played at Palo Verde High School in Las Vegas.
Wasikowski, who was hired to replace George Horton, has already signed first baseman Anthony Hall and pitcher Jack Scanlon for next season.
“I will not be a guy that sits in the office," Wasikowski said when he was hired last month. "I will be hard to reach in the office, but a lot easier to reach on my cell phone. I am a guy who will be in the trenches on the recruiting front. I want to make sure nobody will outwork the head coach at Oregon in recruiting.”