Who Am I? | 10/13/10

I was happy to hear my name mentioned during baseball broadcasts this summer. It’s been a while – almost three decades. It was nice even if it was because of someone else’s accomplishments. Yeah, it takes that to get mentioned. History has done me no favors. I’ve been kinda forgotten. It took a guy hitting 30 home runs this year to get my name spoken again.

Brownsten finding his way

Brownsten finding his way

The Braves chose Brownsten in the 15th round with the 464th pick of the draft and sent the back stop to the Rookie Gulf Coast League. Like every other stop along the way, Brownsten proved himself worthy. This time he needed to show a little patience.

Webster trounces the Thunder

Webster trounces the Thunder

Matt Boulter (So. New Hampshire) and Matt Delewski (Toledo) combined for six hits and six RBI as the Webster Yankees beat the Alfred Thunder 13-6 in New York Collegiate Baseball League action at Alfred State, Tuesday.

Webster Pounds The Power

Webster Pounds The Power

Corey Goeggleman (Waynesburg State) paced a 15-hit attack and G.C. Yerry (Stonybrook) earned his first win of the season as the Webster Yankees downed the Niagara Power 9-4 in New York Collegiate Baseball League action at Sal Maglie Field

Hornell Trims Webster

Dave Brust’s Webster Yankees learned a painful lesson Thursday night: one good turn deserves another. Twenty-four hours after an improbable come-from-behind victory, Webster looked poised to steal another win until the Hornell Dodgers spoiled another Yankee comeback.

Brownsten Setting His Sights

Brownsten Setting His Sights

After finishing the season 38-18, Brownsten and his University of Pittsburgh Panther teammates fell short of earning an automatic berth to the Regionals of College World Series. The Panthers will have to wait and see if their resume is enough to earn an at-large bid and keep heir season alive.

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