Drew Clark – Feather River Baseball

“Junior college athletes are often overlooked because we don’t have the social media platform that comes along with being a Division 1 athlete. Yet, we still go through the same struggles, often without a voice. Plenty of JUCO athletes have the weight of the world on their shoulders because we don’t have a secure four-yearContinue reading “Drew Clark – Feather River Baseball”

Steven Schoch – Senior University of Virginia Baseball

“Ever since I can remember my baseball journey has been an uphill battle. When I was 7 years old, I got cut from my local travel team. I remember my Dad sitting me down and telling me I could cry, but all I wanted to do was go to the field and get better toContinue reading “Steven Schoch – Senior University of Virginia Baseball”

Joe Thomas – Senior Mountain View High School Baseball

“My junior year season ended early because of a hand injury that resulted in a surgery. It was a devastating injury because I was going to play with probably the best Mountain View Baseball team (talent-wise) in school history. After surgery, in May of 2019, my goal was to return back to my normal gameContinue reading “Joe Thomas – Senior Mountain View High School Baseball”

Sam Crawford – Freshman Georgia Tech Baseball

“I was 4-years-old when I started playing baseball. I was inspired to play because my great-grandfather won a world series with the cardinals in 1934. He really wanted someone in our family to play baseball. Very early on I decided that if I was going to play, I wanted to be the best I couldContinue reading “Sam Crawford – Freshman Georgia Tech Baseball”

Kyle Cuellar – Senior UCLA Baseball

“My name is Kyle Cuellar. I am a senior Political Science major at UCLA where I also play baseball. I have played baseball since I was 3 years old, it was my first love. I enrolled at UCLA as a freshmen in fall of 2016. Since then I have had a career that has seenContinue reading “Kyle Cuellar – Senior UCLA Baseball”