By Will Sandman| firstname.lastname@example.org Our national pastime is doing everything it can do prevent players who cheated from being memorialized, and for good reason. However, many believe that thinking may be incorrect. Steroids have drawn a line in baseball. Over…
By Troy MacNeill | email@example.com In 2015, the Flagler College baseball team had one of its best seasons ever. Head Coach David Barnett is pushing for even greater success this year. “I hope the returning players got a taste of…
Every generation, there is a player in the professional sports universe that stands out above the rest. The Jackie Robinsons, Roberto Clementes, Wayne Gretzkys, Cal Ripkens and Tom Bradys make an impact not only in their era, but for the generations to come. Each one contributed something to their game that has made them immortals in the sports world.
For the first time in Flagler College history, two players were selected for the prestigious NCAA Division II National Hitter of the Week back to back. Second baseman Andrew “Opie” Brodbeck, a junior, and outfielder Nick Kranick, also a junior, were selected for the honor.
St. Petersburg College transfer Skylar Fox is looking to make an immediate impact on this year’s Saints baseball team.
Every team has that one special player. For the Flagler Saints baseball team, that player is Jake Brandenberger. Currently entering the fourth and final year of his Saints career, Brandenberger is one of two players remaining from the freshman class of 2011 along with Andrew Castello.
By Noah Gatsik | firstname.lastname@example.org This season, the Saints baseball team has very high expectations. A main contributor to these lofty expectations is junior transfer student Kyle Bird. “Bird”, as his teammates refer to him, played the last two seasons…
Every team needs a leader. For the Flagler College baseball team, their leader is on his way back. Andrew Castello is a red-shirted junior pitcher for the Saints, and after a full year away from the game, he is inching closer and closer to a return.
By Spencer Kaylor | email@example.com
Since 1985, Flagler College has had 16 players drafted by major league teams.
In the 2012 Major League Baseball Amateur Draft, three former Saints — Garrett Bush, Jonathon Arnold, and John Sgromolo — were drafted by the Angels, Brewers, and Dodgers respectively.
Arnold, a right-handed pitcher, was drafted in the 30th round by the Milwaukee Brewers. He pitched a combined 15 games (33 innings) between the Helena Brewers of the Pioneer League, and the Brewers in the Arizona League.
By Eric Albury | firstname.lastname@example.org
Former pitcher for the Flagler College Saints, Jonathan Armold has just completed his first season of Minor League Baseball pitching for the Milwaukee Brewer’s affiliate in the Arizona League.