Michigan – Zach Fish

5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE International High School Home Run Derby



1Home Run (WB)
Longest Distance – 427 Ft.
1 Home Runs (MB)
Longest Distance – 458 Ft.
Total Preliminary Round – 2 Home Runs

Watch Zach’s 5th Annual POWER SHOWCASE Hitting Highlights !


Showcase State: MI 

Primary Pos: OF
Secondary Pos: C
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 195
Bat Hand: Right
Throw Hand: Right
Batting Avg: .473
Arm Strength (MPH): 92
Home Run Hits: 12
Run Time 60: 6.78

High School Coach: Bill Blakely

Summer League Coach: Andy Ey


Gull Lake H.S.
Richland, MI

Grade: 12
Grad: 2011
GPA: 3.2
College Commitment: Oklahoma State

Hometown: Kalamazoo, MI

DOB: 11/5/1992

Parent: Duane Fish
7597 Prairie Crossing
Kalamazoo, MI 49004
C: 269-615-4964
W: 269-673-3121 X3951
zach5fish@msn.com (Zach)


  • 2010 1st Team All State Shortstop
  • 2010 18u CABA Wood Bat National Champion  Midland Indians, Cincinnati, OH
  • Gull Lake H.S. Team MVP
  • Set new school records for Hits, RBI, HRs, Triples & Saves
  • 4 year Varsity Starter and Career .420 Hitter


  • 2010 Conference and District Champions
  • 2010 Regional Finalist


  • Potential 5-tool player that can play any position, as well as pitch.
    Strong, accurate arm from the OF. Tremendous power for his size,
    excellent bat speed and can steal bases (27 in 2010 H.S.)
Zach has partnered with his maternal Grandmother, Marsha Conor, for Home Runs that Help 

Read Marsha’s Story

I have been teaching and coaching baseball at Gull Lake High School in Richland, Michigan for 21 years. During my tenure, I have never come across an individual as highly qualified for the Power Showcase as Zach Fish. Zach has all of the characteristics, both tangible and intangible that make him an outstanding representative for the state of Michigan. 

I have had the distinct privilege of coaching Zach during his time at Gull Lake. During that time, I have seen tremendous growth in this young man, both in ability and personally. As a member of our team, Zach established school records in hits, triples, home runs, RBI and saves. Obviously, I have been very impressed with his baseball ability. He has more power than any player that I have seen in my coaching career. Zach possesses all the tools for continuing to play the game of baseball for many years.

However, as impressed as I have been with his baseball ability, it has been more enjoyable to watch his growth as a person and teammate. Zach is his own worst critic. He works very hard at the game of baseball and is a fierce competitor. I have seen him channel this competitiveness in a positive manner. I have watched Zach evolve into a leader. Last season, we had many underclassmen on our team. Zach took these players under his wing and learned to lead by both his actions and words. After advancing to the second round of the state playoffs, I was speaking with Zach between games. He said that he really wanted to win our next game for one of his teammates. In addition, Zach was unable to attend our awards banquet at the end of the season due to his commitment to his summer team. Zach wrote a letter to his teammates that he wanted me to read to them at the banquet. The words that he wrote about his teammates moved some of them to tears. I will remember that moment more than any victories that took place during the season.

I am truly looking forward to the 2011 season and Zach Fish is a major part of my personal excitement. Zach’s baseball ability and concern for his teammates set him apart from the rest. Zach will be an outstanding representative for our state and for the Home Runs That Help.

Bill Blakely, Varsity Baseball Coach – Gull Lake High School