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For Immediate Release: September 20, 2004
Contact: John Hartrick (hartrick@binghamton.edu)
Phone: 607-777-6800

Binghamton University baseball to host 3rd Annual Scout Day

VESTAL, N.Y. -- For the third straight year, Binghamton University will host a Baseball Scout Day, scheduled for Tuesday, September 21 at the baseball complex on campus. With several Major League Baseball scouts expected to be in attendance, head coach Tim Sinicki’s squad will begin its workout at 4 p.m.

“This event will provide our players with an excellent opportunity to showcase their skills in front of professional scouts who are responsible for our area,” Sinicki said.

The workout will include position players running the 60-yard dash; position players fielding and throwing from predetermined areas; pre-game infield/outfield; catchers throwing to second base; and bullpen sessions for the pitchers.

“We’re running the scout day just like these scouts run their try-out camps,” Sinicki said. “This format gives them the best opportunity to make their decisions based on their specific criteria.”

In the last three years, three Bearcats baseball players have signed professional contracts (Jeff Montani, Tim Macko, David Eagan).

Binghamton will then continue its fall practice season with a home scrimmage against Team Ontario, a provincial all-star team, at noon on September 25.

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