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Baseball is a kind of stick to play as the main features of the collective, confrontational strong ball project. It carried out more widely in the international arena, a greater impact, known as "the combination of athletic and wisdom." In the United States, especially popular in Japan, known as the "national sport." The ball is also a group, the number of the statutory minimum of 9 games, the sport is similar to softball. Baseball players are divided into offensive and defensive sides, the use of baseball bats and gloves, a fan of the baseball field in the competition. Game, two teams offensive and defensive rotation: When a run a successful offensive players, you can get 1 point. The highest score in nine innings for a team to win.
BaseBall Macalester college 2010 Macalester athletics Macalester college 2010 baseball schedule Date Opponent Time Feb. 26 Wartburg (Ia.) (@Metrodome) 9:45 p.m. March 1 Presentation (S.D.) 9:45 p.m. (@Metrodome) March 8 UW-Superior (@Metrodome) 12:15 p.m. March 12-19 Spring Trip—Phoenix, Ariz. (10 games) March 26 Rockford (Ill.) (@Metrodome) 10:00 p.m. April 3 Augsburg* (DH) 1:00 p.m. April 7 at Hamline* (DH) (@Midway) 2:30 p.m. April 13 at St. Thomas* (DH) 2:30 p.m. Macalester record booK April 17 Concordia-Moorhead* (DH) 11:00 a.m. April 20 Bethany Lutheran 3:30 p.m. Individual Batting April 21 at Gustavus Adolphus* (DH) 2:30 p.m. Games, Season 44 Matt Kessler (1998) Games, Career 166 Matt Kessler (1996-1999) April 25 Carleton* (DH) 12:00 p.m. Batting Average, Season .491 Scott McKinney (1992) April 27 St. John’s* (DH) 2:30 p.m. Batting Average, Career .446 Scott Sheehy (1988-89) May 1 Bethel* (DH) 12:00 p.m. Total Bases, Season 102 Joel Brettingen (2002) Total Bases, Career 307 Joel Brettingen (2001-04) May 4 Northwestern (Minn.) 4:30 p.m. Runs, Season 52 Andy Odegaard (2002) May 5 at St. Olaf* (DH) 2:30 p.m. Runs, Career 150 Matt Kessler (1996-1999) At Bats, Season 151 David Young (1997) May 9 at St. Mary’s* (DH) 1:00 p.m. At Bats, Career 513 Matt Kessler (1996-1999) Hits, Season 66 Joel Brettingen (2002) Hits, Career 201 Joel Brettingen (2001-04) * MIAC games Doubles, Season 18 R.T. Luczak (1998) Home matches in bold Doubles, Career 50 Joel Brettingen (2001-04) Triples, Season 7 Adam Wedwick (2006) (DH) – double headers Action photos: Christopher Mitchell Triples, Career 17 Adam Wedwick (2004-07) Home Runs, Season 11 Jesse Calm (2000) Home Runs, Career 26 Kawika Alo (1994-97) RBI, Season 48 R.T. Luczak (1999) RBI, Career 152 R.T. Luczak (1996-1999) Last season Macalester celebrated Kick Cancer Night Walks, Season 30 Matt Kessler (1996) playing in pink uniforms. The 2009 Kick Cancer Night Walks, Career 98 Matt Kessler (1996-1999) will be held in connection with the Oct. 9 home game Slugging Pct., Season .792 Scott Sheehy (1989) with UW-River Falls. Slugging Pct., Career .736 Scott Sheehy (1988-89) Sacrifice Hits, Season 8 Matt Kessler (1998) Steals, Season 25 David Young (1997) Steals, Career 72 David Young (1994-97) Putouts, Season 297 Kawika Alo (1997) Individual Pitching Appearances, Season 17 Django Amerson (1996) Appearances, Career 55 Rob Sader (1995-1998) Complete Games, Season 11 Chad Rienstra (1990) Complete Games, Career 17 Chad Rienstra (1990-92) Wins, Season 8 Christian Blanck (1999) Wins, Career 20 Kurt Hebgen (1995-1998) Innings, Season 92 Chad Rienstra (1990) Innings, Career 251 Chad Rienstra (1990-92) ERA, Season 1.95 James Murrey (2009) Strikeouts, Game 18 Rex Kern (1937) Strikeouts, Season 78 Tom Gillespie (1999) Strikeouts, Career 199 Kurt Hebgen (1995-1998) Macalester’s NicholsoN Field Constructed while the Leonard Center was being built, Macalester’s new softball and baseball fields are located adjacent to each other on the southwest corner of the campus, just west of the stadium. The cozy dimensions and high outfield dimensions of the Nicholson Baseball Field have made for exciting games. An indoor press box overlooks both diamonds and the dugouts are spacious and comfortable. Head Coach Matt Parrington Matt Parrington is entering his 11th season as head baseball coach at Macalester College. He has 149 wins which makes him the all-time leader in that category. Parrington led the Scots to their only MIAC playoff appearance back in 2000. Prior to being named head coach, he served as associate head coach and recruiting coordinator for three years. Parrington is a 1991 graduate of Minnesota State University–Mankato, an NCAA Division II baseball program in southern Minnesota, where he earned an undergraduate degree in mass com- munications. He enjoyed a career as both an outfielder and pitcher and was a member of three North Central Confer- ence championship teams while playing under ABCA Hall of Fame Head Coach Dean Bowyer. He also served as graduate assistant coach under Bowyer from 1992-94 with the role of pitching coach, and earned a 2010 Macalester baseball roster master’s degree in sport administration. Parrington came to Macalester College No. Name Yr. Pos. B/T Ht. Wt. Hometown/High School from the Milwaukee Brewers front office 1 Nathan Rubin So. OF L/L 5-8 140 Venice, Fla./Venice in the fall of ’96. Parrington currently re- 2 Mitch Glasser So. IF R/R 5-11 175 Chicago, Ill./The Latin School 3 Will Chen Jr. OF/P R/R 6-0 180 Edina, Minn./Edina sides in his hometown of St. Louis Park 4 Dan Esrig Sr. IF R/R 5-8 150 Evanston, Ill./Evanston Township with his wife Karen. 5 Graham Brown So. OF/C R/R 5-7 150 Annandale, Minn./Annandale 6 Jason Friedman Sr. IF/OF R/R 5-9 160 New York, N.Y./The Browning School 7 Nick Meerson So. P/OF L/L 5-8 145 Los Angeles, Calif./Harvard-Westlake 8 Elliott Yodh Jr. P R/R 5-6 140 Merion, Pa./Lower Merion 10 Devin English Sr. IF R/R 6-0 175 Annapolis, Md./DeMatha 11 Bobby De Meulenaere Jr. OF R/R 5-10 175 Elk Grove Village, Ill./Elk Grove 12 Louis Mondale So. P R/R 5-11 170 St. Louis Park, Minn./Benilde-St. M’s 13 Robert Engel Sr. IF/P/C R/L 5-9 180 Sunnyvale, Calif./St. Lawrence 14 Jack Cooper Jr. P R/R 5-11 170 Alexandria, Va./T.C. Williams 15 Roberto Capriotti Fy. IF/P R/R 5-8 165 Pittsburgh, Pa./Upper St. Clair 16 Alex Ingram Jr. P R/R 6-3 180 Chicago, Ill./Morgan Park Academy 17 Trevor McCalmont So. P R/R 6-4 165 Piedmont, Calif./Piedmont 18 Adam Oien Sr. P R/R 6-0 165 Conrad, Mont./Conrad 19 Eric Robinson Sr. P R/R 6-0 160 San Francisco, Calif./The Urban School 20 Jimmy Belfont Fy. IF/P R/R 5-9 155 Olney, Md./Our Lady of Good Counsel 21 Gabe Feingold So. C R/R 5-8 155 Berkeley, Calif./College Preparatory 22 Nate Wilson-Traisman Sr. IF R/R 6-4 210 Eugene, Ore./South Eugene 23 Dustin Studelska So. IF R/R 6-1 155 Grafton, Wis./Grafton 24 Ezra Wise So. IF R/R 6-4 210 Bronxville, N.Y./The Hackley School 25 Garrett Salzman So. C R/R 5-9 175 Glendale, Calif./St. Francis 26 James Murrey Sr. P R/R 6-4 220 Western Springs, Ill./Lyons Township 27 Robert Williams So. C R/R 6-0 205 West Covina, Calif./Northview 28 Michael Kennedy Sr. OF R/R 5-11 180 Chicago, Ill./Northside Prep 29 David Melms Fy. IF R/R 5-8 160 Wauwatosa, Wis./Wisconsin Lutheran 30 Nick Marotta Fy. P/OF L/L 5-7 175 Sea Cliff, N.Y./Friends Academy 31 Bryce Hoffa Fy. IF R/R 5-11 180 Apple Valley, Minn./Apple Valley 32 David Arvizu So. OF L/R 6-0 165 Bakersfield, Calif./Centennial 33 Aaron Dawson Fy. OF R/R 6-0 150 Haverford, Pa./Harriton 34 Sam Brier Fy. OF R/R 6-4 195 San Diego, Calif./The Bishop’s School 35 Adam Bunkoske Fy. IF L/R 5-10 170 Beaver Dam, Wis./Wayland Academy Macalester all-coNFereNce Macalester college selectioNs siNce 1987 • Located in a friendly, residential neighborhood on 2009 Devin English, James Murrey, Nate 53 green acres in the heart of two of America’s safest, Wilson-Traisman most vibrant cities 2008 Devin English, James Murrey • Enrollment 1,900 (1,858 full-time, 42 part-time) 2007 James Murrey, Adam Wedwick • Academic majors: 37 2006 John Simkins • U.S. states represented by Mac students: 48 2005 Mike Merrill • Countries represented by Mac students: 90 2004 Joel Brettingen • Percent of U.S. students who are students of color: 22 2003 Joel Brettingen • Percent of U.S. and international faculty of color: 20 2002 Joel Brettingen, Steve Derrington • Percent of students who are citizens of another country: 17 2001 Keenan Sue, Scott Bell 2000 Christian Blanck, Jesse Calm, Keenan Sue the twiN cities oF st. Paul aNd MiNNeaPolis 1999 R.T. Luczak, Keenan Sue 1998 R.T. Luczak, Rick Van Pelt • Home to five professional sports teams including 1997 Kawika Alo the Vikings, Twins, Timberwolves, Wild, and Lynx. 1996 Kawika Alo, Django Amerson • 949 lakes, 40,000 acres of parkland, 58 theaters, 1995 Rob Sader, David Young 30 museums, 51 night clubs 1992 Scott McKinney, Chad Rienstra • Home to more than 20 colleges and universities 1990 Chad Rienstra • Average number of sunny days each year: 250 1989 Scott Sheehy • Home to the Mall of America, the largest enclosed 1988 Todd Hovey mall in the country 1987 Todd Hovey • More golfers per capita than any other city in America • Headquarters of Fortune 500 including 3M, Target, Mac QuicK Facts Best Buy, General Mills, U.S. Bancorp, Xcel Energy, Ecolab, Ameriprise Financial, The Travelers Companies, Location St. Paul, Minn. Land O’Lakes, Supervalu, Medtronic and more. Nickname Scots Colors Blue & Orange Conference Minnesota leoNard ceNter athletic aNd wellNess coMPlex Intercollegiate Affiliation NCAA Division III President Brian Rosenberg The new $45-million Leonard Center provides state-of-the-art Athletic Director Kim Chandler facilities: Associate A.D. Vanessa Seljeskog • Field house with 200-meter track and multipurpose baseball iNForMatioN courts for tennis, basketball, and volleyball • gymnasium with seating for 1200 spectators Head Coach Matt Parrington • 9,000-sq. ft. fitness center with free weights, Year at School 11th cardio, and circuit-training equipment Email email@example.com • Training room with treatment area and hydro Coach’s phone 651-696-6770 therapy room with three whirlpools. Assistant Coaches Matt O’Brien (pitching coach) • 10-lane swimming pool, 25-yd. x 25 m Marc Rodwogin, Cormac Seely, • Two racquetball/squash courts Scott Coolong, Mike Merrill, • Outdoors: tennis courts, new baseball and Damon Dahlheimer softball fields, new track and football field. Website www.macalester.edu/athletics Home Facility Nicholson Field Photo: Leonard Center MACALESTER COLLEGE Follow the Scots on the web: macalester.edu/athletics
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