What makes an ace? Is it overpowering stuff, pinpoint control or the ability to keep a lineup off balance? Is it a combination of all of that?
New York City has had an influx of talent recently and it starts on the pitcher’s mound. Poly Prep’s Andrew Zapata has high Division I looks, Tottenville’s Mike Sullivan and Xaverian’s Blaise Scerbo are being sought after by Big East programs and Nick DiLeo is heading to one: St. John’s.
So who is the best? Is it one of the above or something else altogether? We’ll let you decide. Vote early and often below until 11:59 p.m. Monday.
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