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Back to the Future: Dallas Callahan

Trapped in the past on Junior Diamond Prospects...Dallas Callahan made a name for himself on our site as a member of the UBC Venom and the Carolina Magic.

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Year What Junior Diamond Prospects had to say about Dallas Callahan
2009 Jack Hennessy, Jeremiah Stewart, Josh Bledsoe, and Dallas Callahan all scored in the inning, with RBI's going to Callahan (2B), Clayton Gregory (2B), and Dawson Taylor (SF)...for more, click here.
2009

Dallas Callahan, 3B - Callahan was also a key contributor in the Venom's victory. He was 3-3 with an RBI and a run scored. Callahan is a solid left-handed hitter that can hit to all fields. He also showed a solid arm over at third...for more, click here.

2009

Dallas Callahan kept things going with an infield single. Michael Bollinger and Stewart followed with back-to-back doubles that brought in Callahan and Bollinger. Dawson Taylor then singled to bring in Stewart and make the score 4-1...for more, click here.

2010

Dallas Callahan, OF/RHP - Callahan was only one rung below Bollinger on the productivity ladder in this tournament. Every time you looked up, he was shooting line drives to the outfield. When Bollinger left any crumbs out there on the bases, Callahan was...for more, click here.

2011

Josh Bledsoe drew a one out walk from Teodosio. Michael Bollinger singled to right and Bledsoe moved up two bases. Dallas Callahan followed with a single to center for a RBI. A wild pitch moved both runners up a base and...for more, click here.

2011

A wild pitch moved the runners up a base and Michael Bollinger continued his hot hitting in this tournament with a 2 RBI single to right center. Bollinger would move into scoring position on the throw home. Dallas Callahan helped his own cause with a single to the right of the Dawgs shortstop,...for more, click here.

2011

Brendon Case put the Venom in the scoring column with a single to right. Dallas Callahan followed with a booming double to right that made it...for more, click here.

2011

Dallas Callahan, OF - How does a player who goes 0-3 get mentioned in this section? Answer: Upside. Callahan is a powerful left-hand swinging outfielder with a bright future. He is a blue collar hitter who steps into the box with batting gloveless hands exposed, ready to tattoo a baseball. The height of his fly ball outs...for more, click here.

2011

Mac Purcell finally got the Venom on the board with a double to right center. Hennessy crossed home but Case had to stop at third. But Nelson got cleanup hitter Dallas Callahan to fly out to...for more, click here.

2011

Dallas Callahan, LF - Callahan drove in his team's lone run today, but his composure is what stood out to this evaluator. Even when his team was down he still...for more, click here.

2011

Mac Purcell grounded out to the right side to bring Hennessy home for the game's first run. Cleanup hitter Dallas Callahan then increased the lead with a sacrifice fly to centerfield...for more, click here.

2012 Dallas Callahan, OF - Callahan has teetered on greatness in JrDP's previous viewings of him. Our jury was still out on him as a really, consistent power hitter. But the more we see of him, the more we are convinced that this is one of the best hitters in his age group. He reached...for more, click here.
2012 Meredith made a nifty slide into second to avoid the tag. The Venom got another break when Dallas Callahan's roller to third hit the third base bag. That put runners on the corners with no outs...for more, click here.
2012 James F. Byrnes has been one of the most consistent winners of all high school baseball programs in the state over the past several years. In fact, the Rebels have finished as the AAAA Upper State Champions for three consecutive years. Names like Gossett, Duggar, Cunningham and Rohlman have led these teams to some lofty accomplishments. And the pipeline has not run dry. Dallas Callahan currently plays in the 12U division for the Carolina Magic. What he does with a...for more, click here.
2012 Junior Diamond Prospects has several more players who could move into our elite list in the next few years. This group is on our radar and only a short jump away from our Elite list...for more, click here.

Back to the future...On Wednesday morning, Byrnes HS 18 C Dallas Callahan made a commitment to play baseball for Coastal Carolina. (Posted on thediamondprospects.com on August 3, 2016)

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