Blue Devils get to see top teams in their 2014 Woodbat journey
If there was one thing the Spokane Blue Devils took away from their 2-3 finish at the Spokane Woodbat Classic it was the sneak peek at some of the pitching those who will move on to play collegiate baseball might face.
But Blue Devils’ head coach Steve Hare also watched as his pitching continued to improve little by little and bats were making more and more contact.
Spokane, which features Cheney players Tanner Smith and Kyle Barsness, opened the Al Jackson pod play Thursday with a 3-1 win over Missoula and a 7-0 loss to the Napoleon River Bandits from Ohio. They lost in their opening gam...
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