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The draft is finished and trade deadline has past. Tiger baseball team is ready for its fall conclusion in the Orange & Black World Series.
It is a best of three series that begins Tuesday evening on the Robert N. Wilson field. Game 2 is Thursday with an if necessary set for Friday.
"It is a fun way to cap off the fall season," said GC coach Micah Baumfeld. "The guys have put in a lot of hard work over the past several weeks and this is a chance to play a series of games against each other. We held our draft this past Thursday. The guys loved it and showed up dressed up for the occasion."
Want to see the great debate settled on the field? Come out to Georgetown College baseball's Returners vs. Rookies game 5 pm Saturday at Robert N. Wilson Field.
The game will pit teammate against teammate as those who played in 2013 face those looking to take the field in 2014. The Tigers added 18 transfers and nine true freshmen that will make up the newcomers team.
Georgetown College baseball will once again be hosting its annual golf scramble and this year it is in connection with Homecoming weekend. The Tigers will hold a 9:30 am shotgun start Saturday, Oct. 12 at Canewood. The cost is $100 per golfer if you sign up before Sept. 15 or it goes up to $125 after. Price includes breakfast and lunch. Do not delay if you want to play as space is limited to the first 20 teams that register. Click here for the registration form.
Georgetown College baseball continued its rise in prominence this past season with a 36-19 mark and a win at the NAIA National Tournament Opening Round. Coach Micah Baumfeld knows in order to continue to succeed, recruiting classes need to continue to be at the next level and build on the foundation set.
"We have to always be building and looking at how to solidify our hold on the national scene," Baumfeld said. "Coaches (Adam) Skonieczki and (Josh) Franklin have done an outstanding job in assessing what we need and who is the best for our program. We've signed nine true freshmen."
Georgetown College baseball has graduated two very large classes the past two years all the while building the foundation for success. The Tigers were 36-19 this past year, but after losing 23 veterans players in two years coach Micah Baumfeld knew he needed to look to some veteran guys to help guide Georgetown to another level. GC won its first NAIA National Tournament Opening Round game in Montgomery, Ala., but these 18 transfers look to do even more in the next few seasons.
"It is hard to lose that much talent in two seasons," Baumfeld said. "But coach (Adam) Skonieczki has found us some solid transfers that bring in college caliber experience to help us bring along our younger players at a pace that builds on the success we have had these past two years."
The Tigers still have a few other potential signees that would bolster the roster for the 2014 campaign.