Baseball for the ages, ageless
EWU’s Kerry Pease, former Eagles, are part of Cheney Tigers’ senior league team
Eastern Washington University’s Kerry Pease keeps his longtime baseball fires stoked by playing for the Cheney Tigers adult league team with other former Eagles.
Kerry Pease thought his baseball career ended nearly 40 years ago when in 1976 he suffered a painful broken finger as a senior at Sunnyside High School.
Fast forward to 2013 and Pease, the Associate Director of Eastern Washington University’s Sports and Recreation Center, is still at it as a member of the Cheney Tigers men’s senior baseball team that plays in the Inland Northwest Men’s Baseball League.
And yes, there’s still pain, some tendonitis, but it’s more self-inflicted for the 55-year-old who just can’t seem to shake the sport out of his system.
“At my age there’s mul...
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