The bats and gloves have been dusted off, infield and base paths raked and dugouts and bullpen properly stocked with buckets of sunflower seeds.
David Buchanan pitched for the Panther baseball team in 2010 before being selected by the Philadelphia Phillies in the seventh round of the MLB draft. He was recently promoted to the Triple-A affiliate of the […]
The Georgia State baseball is nearing the end of one of their best seasons in University history.
Since baseball head coach Greg Frady took over six years ago, going to a game at Panthersville hasn’t been the same.
In this lovely city we call Seattle. . . wait, this is Atlanta, right?
The Signal recently got a chance to ask Georgia State baseball player, Chris Triplett, a few questions about baseball and life off the diamond.
The crowd disperses for the final time, the dugouts are cleaned out, and the stadium lights are turned off. The bat-and-ball sports have reached their inevitable hiatuses, and an irreplaceable emptiness settles in.
For Georgia State catchers Landon Anderson, Scott Sarratt and Joey Roach, sharing the same position may be tough, but it is their passion.