Tyler Coolbaugh has a name with which baseball fans are familiar. He is the son of Scott Coolbaugh and the newphew of Mike Coolbaugh.
Tyler has made a name for himself, though. In two seasons at Angelo State, the shortstop hit .348 and drove in 72 runs in 96 games. Drafted by the Orioles in 2017, he signed and played for the team’s Gulf Coast League team. The short season saw him get 47 at-bats and hit just .128.