WARREN, OH- At 6’3, 14 year-old Trevin Rinck is accustomed to standing out in a crowd. As a three-sport athlete, he’s also driven to compete- but baseball is providing Rinck the opportunity to be a future star.
This summer has treated Rinck very well as he competed nationally in the Major League Baseball Junior Home Run Derby. To qualify, Trevin blasted 19 of 25 pitches over the wall to punch his ticket to the All-Star Weekend in Seattle, where he launched ten more longballs to finish fourth in the country in the contest.
Rinck is set to become a JFK Eagle in the Fall, and will join the football, basketball, and baseball teams in the upcoming year.
So, get into the Delorian, let’s go 88 and take a look into the future of our area as we sit down with Trevin Rinck on Your Sports Network.