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Seniors counting down the days until Opening Day

For three seniors, the 2014 baseball season can’t come soon enough. The preseason preparations are coming to a close, meaning the Govs can now count on one hand how many days there are until Opening Day. But as the players will tell you, they are prepared to hit the field ...

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Expectations are high for 2014 Bat Govs

The focus for Governors sports fans is on the basketball court as conference play is in session, but just around the corner, baseball season awaits. In less than a month, Feb. 14., the atmosphere of America’s pastime will return to Raymond C. Hand Park. The sound of leather as balls meet the ...

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2014 APSU Baseball Schedule Released

The full slate of games for the 2014 APSU baseball season was released on Wednesday, Oct. 23, featuring 31 games at the Bat Govs’ home ballpark of Raymond C. Hand Park. Offseason preparation are in full swing for APSU, with the annual Red-White World Series in the books. The White ...

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APSU Baseball Completes 2014 Class with Five Spring Signees

After losing eight starters due to graduation, going pro, and transferring elsewhere, the APSU baseball staff has assembled a deep recruiting class with 15 new faces. In the spring signing period which just recently wrapped up, the Govs added five players — four pitchers and one infielder. The lone infielder, Alex Robles (Tucson ...

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Former Govs Baseball Stars Making Impressions in Pros

Even though they don’t wear the red and white Austin Peay jerseys anymore. former Governors have continued their baseball success in the professional leagues. Currently, there are three former Govs who play in the at the Major League Baseball (MLB) level — A.J. Ellis of the Los Angeles Dodgers, Shawn ...

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