Name: Tyler Rose
Varsity Letters Won in this Sport: 1
Plans for Next Year: Attend Lorain County Community College to major in Public Safety through a partnership with Cleveland State University and play Baseball with the Commodores.
Favorite Teacher/Class: Mrs. Betka and Mrs. Crawford
Favorite TV Show/Movie: All-American
What is Your Favorite Food? Tacos
If You Go back in Time Where Would You Go and Why? I would go back to the summer before my freshmen year of high school because my summer team went 17-5 and I had a lot of fun times with family and friends.
Favorite Memory from MHS: My favorite memory is being in the student section when the football team beat undefeated Olmsted Falls on our Homecoming game. The drummers started playing louder just as we scored the winning touchdown and the whole stands got so loud.
What Were You Most Looking Forward to from an Athletics Standpoint this Spring? I was mostly looking forward to playing with all of my friends and seeing how all of the hard work we put in the off-season paid off.
What Do You Like Most About Your Sport? I like the competitiveness and the thrill of playing baseball and also playing with all of my teammates.
What Teammate or Coach has had a Lasting Impact on Your Life? Zach Nash was the coach of my summer team and he taught us that we can have a lot of fun while playing baseball but also how to be serious and focused when the work needed to be put in. I have also created a friendship with Zach to this day and I know he will always help me not only in becoming better at baseball but also in life.
What is One Thing You've Learned From Being a Part of this Team? I’ve learned that Midview baseball is a family and we all look out for each other while competing day in and day out and pushing each other to be better.
Message from Coach: When I think of a coach's player, one of the first players to come to mind is Tyler. He will literally do anything you ask him to do and do it to the best of his abilities. Tyler is one of the hardest workers in the program and encourages others to be better. Thank you Tyler!