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By ballcoach15
#543872 Baseball will host the First Annual "First Pitch Dinner" in Montview Ballroom on February 2nd. Tony Beasley will be guest speaker. Tickets are 35.00 (25 for Flames Club members I think)
By Chippy
#543873 I'm surprised there is no listing of incoming freshmen or JUCOs in ASOR like we have with Men's BB and FB.
By ballcoach15
#543875 I don't think roster has been released yet for this season. If I read into it correctly, roster will be released at First Pitch Dinner.
By jinxy
#543968 No roster and no release from the school on the signees. They have everything locked down for some reason. Youd think it was cia or fbi files :dontgetit
By Chippy
#543973 That's the point I was trying to make above. A Sea of Red is giving us blow by blow with men's BB and FB prospects, recruits and committments but nothing for baseball~!?
By jinxy
#543994 They did the same on the roster last year. However they at least released the signees. Ive had a couple roanoke folks that are trying to be interested in the program ask about it.

I dont even think they put the fall roster up this year. Makes it difficult for fan interest but whatever.
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By Cider Jim
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ballcoach15 wrote:Where is the Montview Room ?

That's the third floor ballroom behind DeMoss. If you can find the glass elevators, take them to the third floor, and the ballroom is to your left.
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By Cider Jim
#544062 Ballcoach, if you like, I could show you during halftime of a men's basketball game.
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By jcmanson
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Chippy wrote:That's the point I was trying to make above. A Sea of Red is giving us blow by blow with men's BB and FB prospects, recruits and committments but nothing for baseball~!?


I'll be the first to admit our baseball coverage lacks. We've tried in the past to bring on dedicated baseball beat writers as interns, but nothing has really stuck. Personally, I'm maxed with football and basketball coverage. Anybody that wants to take it on, feel free to let me know.
By Yacht Rock
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jcmanson wrote:
Chippy wrote:That's the point I was trying to make above. A Sea of Red is giving us blow by blow with men's BB and FB prospects, recruits and committments but nothing for baseball~!?


I'll be the first to admit our baseball coverage lacks. We've tried in the past to bring on dedicated baseball beat writers as interns, but nothing has really stuck. Personally, I'm maxed with football and basketball coverage. Anybody that wants to take it on, feel free to let me know.


Ballcoach is probably your man.
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By Purple Haize
#544256 There’s your softball beat writer! Nothing creepy at all about an old man lurking around a bunch of coeds!
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By Cider Jim
#544261 I'm trying to learn the game: ballcoach and TF have been "coaching me up"! :oldhag :oldhag
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By Purple Haize
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ballcoach15 wrote:College softball is my favorite sport. Most exciting sport to watch. (if one knows softball)


Obviously you don’t follow Jai Alai
By cruzan_flame13
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Purple Haize wrote:
ballcoach15 wrote:College softball is my favorite sport. Most exciting sport to watch. (if one knows softball)


Obviously you don’t follow Jai Alai


Did you have to look that up just then? Sports that is least heard of in the world or something similar to that search? :D
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By Purple Haize
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cruzan_flame13 wrote:
Purple Haize wrote:
ballcoach15 wrote:College softball is my favorite sport. Most exciting sport to watch. (if one knows softball)


Obviously you don’t follow Jai Alai


Did you have to look that up just then? Sports that is least heard of in the world or something similar to that search? :D


Have you ever watched it? Amazing
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By Cider Jim
#544270 Purple was just showing off his master's in sport management education from WVU. Study
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By Purple Haize
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Cider Jim wrote:Purple was just showing off his master's in sport management education from WVU. Study


It’s a great sport to gamble on
By JK37
#544282 The more one knows about any sport, the more interesting and exciting it can be to watch.
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By adam42381
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Purple Haize wrote:
ballcoach15 wrote:College softball is my favorite sport. Most exciting sport to watch. (if one knows softball)


Obviously you don’t follow Jai Alai

Solid IPA out of Tampa.