Every fall season, the Presentation Baseball team ends their fall season with the highlight
of every baseball player’s fall semester; the Green and Black Series.
This is an annual tradition in which the two assistant coaches hold a draft and divide the
squad into two teams and play a best of five series. This year’s coaches were Hitting Coach Cory
Harrell representing the Green Team and Pitching Coach Scott Burge manning the Black Team,
and boy, was it a series to remember.
The series itself was an incredibly thrilling battle that included hitting onslaughts, a
pitching duel, and two walk-offs, with Team Green eventually taking the series three games to
one. The best part though, was the competitiveness of the games; as none were won by more
than a three-run margin. The final scores for all four games was 10-7 Team Green game one; 10-
9 Team Black game two; 3-1 team Green game three; and 10-9 Team Green game four.
“I am just really happy with the ways the guys competed and the effort they showed
throughout the series,” Said team captain and junior corner infielder Trent Williams, “in all four
games the guys never took their foot of the gas and each team knew no lead was safe.”
“One thing that is for certain is that this series unveiled the fight and will to win that
every single player on this team has,” is a comment that Senior Pitcher Jacob Tate had to say
when asked about his thought on the series, “It as a great group of guys to build a winning
Indeed, this series and this fall camp showed an incredible amount of promise and upside
for a roster that is filled with young talent. It is easy to see why optimism is booming for this
group of young men as they look to make some noise in the upcoming 2021 season.