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Beasley Dominates Bethlehem in Shutout

T.J. Beasley threw a one hitter in the 7-0 shut out against Bethlehem Thursday, March 1st.  T.J. faced 22 batters, had 18 K’s and gave up no walks.  “It was a pretty dominating performance from the mound” said, Coach Mike Roberts, “we have struggled with the bats but the boys came through when it counted, tonight was a big win, but we still have a long way to go”. The Jaguars are now 1-1 in district play, they travel to Popular Springs on Monday for their next game.

Beasley is a Junior at Central, he has been playing baseball in some form since the age of 2.  He started pitching at age 7.  In the off season Beasley participates in the NEP Fall Ball league.  T.J. had surgery in September 2010 on a SLAP tear.  This stands for Superior Labrum fromAnterior to Posterior. The SLAP tear occurs at the point where the tendon of the biceps muscle inserts on the labrum.  He gave up the only hit tonight early in the game during the 2nd inning.  He stated that he really felt good, and he loosened  up as the game went on.

Pitching coach, Daniel Carter, is working with Beasley and 4 more starters.  They have about 3 key relievers.  Carter, a 2001 graduate from Pace, also played at UWF, brings that experience to the Jaguars to help build a better pitching staff to the game.

Hitting for the Jaguars: Wendell Cooley 2-3, 3 runs, Double;  Justin Abel 2-3, run, RBI;   Nolan Frady 1-2, run, 2 RBIs; Nick Waters 1-3, Triple, RBI

Central Baseball
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2 Comments for “Beasley Dominates Bethlehem in Shutout”

  1. Kayla Ivey

    Can you put any more pictures up please? 🙂

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