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Camp will be held at Hoover HS Baseball Complex. Description. Players will be taught the same drills, techniques, etc. as the high school players. The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium. The Met is also the home field for the Hoover High School Buccaneer football team - AHSAA 7A State Champions. Quick Facts. baseball stadium.

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Auburn High’s Todd Clay (21) celebrates after scoring a run during Will Turner’s three-RBI double in Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Webb Veronese flips the ball to Todd Clay for an out in Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

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Auburn High fans make some noise during Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

JORDAN D. HILL

MONTGOMERY – With a chance to grab the ever-pivotal Game 1 of the Class 7A championship series, the Auburn High Tigers delivered again and again Wednesday.

Auburn showed no hesitation at the plate against Hoover to open the championship series, as the Tigers racked up seven hits and plated seven runs through the first three innings en route to a victory.

The win to open the best-of-three series could prove pivotal for Auburn (), which can capture the fifth state title in program history if it beats the Buccaneers in Game 2 at 10 a.m. in Montgomery’s Riverwalk Stadium. A Game 3 would follow if necessary.

“I think the big hit by Will Turner [in the second inning] got us going there. I think in the first inning we turned a double play, and I think that was a big momentum gain, too,” Auburn coach Matt Cimo said. “I think there’s some little things in there that got us going. We just kind of kept putting more pressure on them and kept getting some runs.

“We did some little things right and took advantage of some big hits and big situations, which got us going.”

The Tigers jumped out to a lead in the second inning by loading the bases for Turner, who promptly unloaded them with a three-RBI double to left field. The Buccaneers () answered with two runs in the top of the third on an RBI groundout and an RBI double to create a contest entering the third.

Auburn gave itself much more breathing room come the fourth.

Right fielder Connor Crosby got things started with an RBI double to right field before left fielder Judson Waters laid down a sacrifice bunt on a suicide squeeze to hand the Tigers a lead. Auburn loaded the bases again – this time for designated hitter Henry Allen, whose single to right field scored two runners and left Hoover in a hole.

Cosby wasn’t done, either. He tacked on an RBI single to right field in the sixth as part of a two-run inning that also saw Waters bring a run across on a fielder’s choice.

“I was focused at the plate and I was ready to go,” said Cosby, who was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. “Without this team, I wouldn’t be here. This team has a lot of energy, and that’s why I love it so much.”

As for the rest of the Auburn lineup, Turner was 1-for-4 with three RBIs. Right fielder Riley Austin was the only other Auburn player with multiple hits and ended the day 2-for

Auburn’s repeated outbursts at the plate were a welcomed sight for Tigers starting pitcher Brady Fuller.

Fuller handled himself well as the Tigers’ Game 1 starter, and outside a two-run third inning the senior kept the Buccaneers at bay time after time. He left the game having thrown five innings with two runs allowed on three hits and five walks to go with six strikeouts on 98 pitches.

“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. My brother [Brooks] came here three years in a row. Just watching that, I wanted to come and do it, too,” Fuller said. “Going in Game 1, I know everybody says it’s a lot of pressure, but we were supposed to just come out and be our team, be ourselves and just go out there and compete every pitch and every inning.”

Fuller was relieved by Caleb Sanders, who threw one inning with no base runners allowed. Sanders then gave way to Tanner Phillips, who gave up two hits before closing the book on the Buccaneers with no harm done.

Auburn is now one win away from its second state championship in the last three seasons. For Cosby, Wednesday’s win was worth celebrating while understanding the Tigers have more work ahead.

“[The message is] just be focused and just know the job’s not done yet,” Cosby said. “We have to win tomorrow – one game.”

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Hoover HS (Fresno, CA) Baseball Players

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2Ron Dunn2055827100321001825

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STATE CHAMPS: Auburn High baseball tops Hoover in Game 3, captures Class 7A state championship

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Will Turner rounds third to score in Game 3 of the Class 7A state championship series on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Ryan Austin celebrates after scoring a run against Hoover in Game 3 of the state championship series on Thursday in Montgomery.

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

JORDAN D. HILL

MONTGOMERY – With a state championship just outs away, the Auburn High Tigers battled and held their breaths as Hoover threatened a late comeback.

As tense as the final moments were Thursday, the Tigers were ultimately rewarded with a blue map trophy and a chance to finally exhale.

Auburn relief pitcher Ryan Olson entered a one-run game with the bases loaded and two outs and promptly set off the Tigers’ celebration with a strikeout to seal a Game 3 victory.

The Tigers’ win, which featured two seventh-inning runs by the Buccaneers, gives the team its fifth state championship and fourth under head coach Matt Cimo.

“What a great series. Couldn’t be two better teams matched up. We just happened to be the one team that won,” Cimo said. “It was just a great ending. You couldn’t ask for anything more. Load the bases and just made it exciting. Now you see why those guys in the big leagues make so much money playing games.”

The Tigers () entered the seventh with a three-run lead, but the Buccaneers quickly proved they were going down fighting.

Hoover catcher William Steele tripled to open the final frame before Auburn reliever Tanner Phillips regrouped with a strikeout to put the Tigers two outs away from a championship. First baseman Carter Short came right back and hammered an RBI single to center field, cutting the Tigers’ lead down to two.

Phillips kept battling, and the Bucs kept swinging.

Right fielder Ashton Hawkins singled to center field to put Bucs runners on the corners, and while Phillips notched another strikeout Hoover shortstop Ty Truett answered it with an RBI single to left field to make it a contest.

Phillips walked the next batter to load the bases, prompting Cimo to bring Olson into the game. In a high-pressure situation, Olson calmly got the count on Hoover third baseman Cade Carr to before getting Carr to swing and miss on the fourth pitch to end the game.

“To me, Ryan’s probably the hardest worker we have on our team,” Cimo said. “I just have the most confidence in Ryan. I just know that good things happen to good people, and Ryan’s just a super person.”

The Tigers seemed poised to avoid any sort of drama in Game 3 thanks to jumping on the Buccaneers in the early innings and applying more breathing room as the game wore on.

Auburn responded quickly after Hoover () pushed across one run to open the game. Designated hitter Henry Allen, third baseman Patrick McGlon and second baseman Todd Clay each hit RBI singles in the span of four batters to push the Tigers ahead

The Buccaneers came right back in the second. Left fielder Sean Agsalud knocked in a run with a double to center field that just missed clearing the fence to leave the score

Shortly after Agsalud’s big swing, Hoover had a run nullified on a runner interference call that sent the left fielder back to third base. The Tigers then turned a double play to end the half-inning and maintain the lead.

Clay added an additional run of support in the third with an RBI double to center to push the Tigers’ lead to Center fielder Will Turner joined the hit parade one inning later by ripping an RBI single just past the Hoover first baseman to hand the Tigers a three-run lead.

“I think we were mostly just looking to our seniors, you know? Those guys wanted to go out fighting their butts off,” said Clay, who was 2-for-3 with RBIs in the victory. “I mean, they came through. Will [Turner] and Ryan [Austin] and Matt [Rhodes] just all put on super performances.”

Auburn catcher Walker Zapp made it a game in the fifth with an RBI double just inside the left-field foul line. The Buccaneers showed in the sixth they weren’t giving up late, as center fielder Alex Wilson’s two-RBI double to left field cut Auburn’s lead to

McGlon added another RBI to his season in the bottom of the sixth with an double to left field that scored first baseman Austin and pushed the Tigers’ lead back to three runs entering the final frame.

McGlon was named Championship Series MVP after going 3-for-4 with two RBIs in the series-deciding Game 3.

“It means the world to us, especially all the 6 a.m. morning workouts and day in and day out all the practices we do as a team. To get here and achieve this together, I wouldn’t have it any other way,” McGlon said. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates and coaches, but it means the world to me. I’m so blessed and happy I’ve got another year to try and do it again.”

While the final innings saw the Buccaneers fight back, they were playing from behind thanks in large part to Auburn starter Matthew Rhodes. Rhodes kept Hoover’s bats largely quiet Thursday and ultimately threw five innings in Game 3 with two runs allowed – both in the first two innings – with six hits and three walks surrendered to go with three strikeouts.

Thursday’s series-deciding Game 3 was a must-win for the Tigers after the Buccaneers’ bats roared to life in an victory to start the day’s action.

Hoover followed Auburn High’s example from Wednesday and got the offense going early in Game 2.

Carr doubled to left field before second baseman RJ Hamilton Jr. laid down a bunt single to put runners on the corners for Steele. Steele promptly unloaded on the third pitch he saw and sent it over the wall in left field, leaving Auburn High down

Carr came back in the second and delivered more damage in the form of an RBI single to center that left the Tigers in a hole.

Before too long, it became evident the Tigers would have to get the job done in Game 3.

Thursday’s championship only added to the legacy of Cimo, who had already led the Tigers to titles in , and Cimo was almost emotional when discussing Thursday’s victory, explaining the win served as a fitting ending for a team that put in the time and effort necessary to call itself a champion.

“They all rank as good as they can get,” Cimo said when asked about his previous championships. “This is one of the best feelings you can get when you watch these kids who work so hard. They work their butts off, and to see them end in a joyous way, it’s just the greatest thing.”

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Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

Former minor league baseball park

Not to be confused with Regions Field, the Birmingham Barons' current home in downtown Birmingham.

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Former namesRegions Park (–)
Location Ben Chapman Drive,
Hoover, Alabama
OwnerCity of Hoover
OperatorCity of Hoover
Capacity10,
Field sizeLeft Field:
Left-Center:
Center Field:
Right-Center:
Right Field:
SurfaceTifway Bermuda Grass
Broke ground
OpenedApril&#;16,&#;&#;()
Construction cost$ million[1]
($&#;million in dollars[2])
ArchitectGresham, Smith and Partners (Architect of Record), Populous (Design Architect)
Project managerHarbert Commercial Construction Division[3]
General contractorHarbert HPS Division[3]
Birmingham Barons (Southern League)
(–)
Hoover High School football
(–, –present)
Alabama Crimson Tide ()
SEC Baseball Tournament
(, , –present)
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Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, also known as The Hoover Met, is a former minor league baseball park located in the Birmingham, Alabama, USA, suburb of Hoover. It was home of the Birmingham Barons of the Southern League from to , replacing historic Rickwood Field in Birmingham. The stadium also serves as the home for the SEC Baseball Tournament, as well as the primary home for Hoover High School football. It is located in the Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Area near Interstate at Exit 10 just off Alabama State Route The stadium is located three miles from the Riverchase Galleria, one of the south's largest shopping centers.

Its seating capacity is 10, for baseball and can accommodate up to 16, when the patio, banquet, and grassy side areas are used. The stadium also houses 12 suites and state-of-the-art dressing and training rooms. The stadium also features a meeting/banquet room named for Michael Jordan, who played for the Barons during his brief foray into professional baseball, during which time the stadium experienced its largest crowds for professional baseball.

The opening daytime baseball game scene from Space Jam was filmed at this stadium. Its nighttime scene featuring the spaceship was filmed at Blair Field in Long Beach, California. The City of Hoover operates the stadium as part of the Hoover Met Complex, which includes the Finley Center indoor multi-sport facility, an outdoor complex of multi-sport and baseball/softball fields, a tennis complex with 16 hard courts,[4] and an adjacent recreational vehicle (RV) park.

The Hoover Met hosted the AVP Birmingham Open on July 13–16, , the first beach volleyball tournament to ever be played in Alabama. The feature court was above the baseball diamond as well as eight other courts on the field, made of tons of sand per court.

The stadium also played host to the and NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.

Along with Birmingham city officials, the Barons announced plans in November to return to Birmingham with a new field to be constructed downtown, near the University of Alabama at Birmingham campus. Pending contract negotiations and construction, play at the new field was originally expected to begin with the season.[5] Due to site selection, financing issues, and problems obtaining all of the land sought by the developers the move was delayed until the season.[6][7]

Naming rights to The Met were purchased through the Barons by Regions Financial Corporation in , resulting in the stadium being renamed Regions Park. On December 20, – following the Barons' exit – the City of Hoover announced it was changing the name of the ballpark back to its original name: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. The name change took effect January 1, Regions continued its sponsorship of the Barons, and the team's new stadium in Birmingham became known as Regions Field.

The Hoover Met hosted the Alabama Crimson Tide during the season while its on-campus stadium in Tuscaloosa, Sewell–Thomas Stadium, underwent major renovations. As part of the agreement, outfield fences were moved in to more closely match the dimensions of TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, home of the College World Series. The new configuration remained in place for the Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Regions Field - Birmingham Barons".
  2. ^McCusker, J. J. (). How Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States: Addenda et Corrigenda(PDF). American Antiquarian Society.McCusker, J. J. (). How Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States(PDF). American Antiquarian Society. –present: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) –". Retrieved January 1,
  3. ^ ab"History of Regions Park - Birmingham Barons Regions Field".
  4. ^"Outdoor Sports Fields". casinoextra.fr. City of Hoover. Retrieved 5 November
  5. ^Bryant, Joseph D.; Segrest, Doug (November 5, ). "Barons sign letter of intent to return to Birmingham; work could start soon on ballpark construction". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 5,
  6. ^Bryant, Joseph D. (July 27, ). "Site set for downtown Birmingham ball park". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 14,
  7. ^Bryant, Joseph D. (August 23, ). "Birmingham City Council approves contracts, leases and land swap for downtown ballpark". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 14,
  8. ^Jon Anderson (September 22, ). "Hoover council approves contract for Alabama baseball to play season at Hoover Met". casinoextra.fr Retrieved December 19,

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Auburn High’s Todd Clay (21) celebrates after scoring a run during Hoover high baseball Turner’s three-RBI double in Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Webb Veronese flips the ball to Todd Clay for an out in Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

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Auburn High fans make some noise during Game 1 of the AHSAA Class 7A state championship series aginst Hoover on Wednesday at Paterson Field in Montgomery.

JORDAN D. HILL

MONTGOMERY – With a chance to grab the ever-pivotal Game 1 of the Class 7A championship series, the Auburn High Tigers delivered again and again Wednesday.

Auburn showed no hesitation at the plate against Hoover to open the championship series, as the Tigers racked up seven hits and plated seven runs through the first three innings en route to a victory.

The win to open the best-of-three series could prove pivotal for Auburn (), which can capture the fifth state title in program history if it beats the Buccaneers in Game 2 at 10 a.m. in Montgomery’s Riverwalk Stadium. A Game 3 would follow if necessary.

“I think the big hit by Will Turner [in the second inning] got us going there. I think in the first inning we turned a double play, and I think that was a big momentum gain, too,” Auburn coach Matt Cimo said. “I think there’s some little things in there that got us going. We just kind of kept putting more pressure on them and kept getting some runs.

“We did some little things right and took advantage of some big hits and big situations, which got us going.”

The Tigers jumped out to a lead in the second inning by loading the bases for Turner, hoover high baseball promptly unloaded them with a three-RBI double to left field. The Buccaneers () answered with two runs in the top of the third on an RBI groundout and an RBI double to create a contest entering the third.

Auburn gave itself much more breathing room come the fourth.

Right fielder Connor Crosby got things started with an RBI double to right field before left fielder Judson Waters laid down a sacrifice bunt on a suicide squeeze to hand the Tigers a lead, hoover high baseball. Auburn loaded the bases again – this time for designated hitter Henry Allen, whose single to right field scored two runners and left Hoover in a hole.

Cosby wasn’t done, either, hoover high baseball. He tacked on an RBI single to right field in the sixth as part of a two-run inning that also saw Waters bring a run across on a fielder’s choice.

“I was focused at the plate and I was ready to go,” said Cosby, who was 2-for-3 with two RBIs. “Without this team, I wouldn’t be here. This team has a lot of energy, and that’s why I love it so much.”

As for the rest of the Auburn lineup, Turner was 1-for-4 with three RBIs. Right fielder Riley Austin was the only other Auburn player with multiple hits and ended the day 2-for

Auburn’s repeated outbursts at the plate were a welcomed sight for Tigers starting pitcher Brady Fuller.

Fuller handled himself well as the Tigers’ Game 1 starter, and outside a two-run third inning the senior kept the Buccaneers at bay time after time. He left the game having thrown five innings with two runs allowed on three hits and five walks to go with six strikeouts on 98 pitches.

“It’s something I’ve always wanted to do. My brother [Brooks] came here three years in a row. Just watching that, I wanted to come and do it, too,” Fuller said. hoover high baseball in Game 1, I know everybody says it’s a lot of pressure, but we were supposed to just come out and be our team, be ourselves and just go out there and compete every pitch and every inning.”

Fuller was relieved by Caleb Sanders, who threw one inning with no base runners allowed. Sanders then gave way to Tanner Phillips, who gave up two hits before closing the book on the Buccaneers with no harm done.

Auburn is now one win away from its second state championship in the last three seasons. For Cosby, Wednesday’s win was worth celebrating while understanding the Tigers have more work ahead.

“[The message is] just be focused and just hoover high baseball the job’s not done yet,” Cosby said. “We have to win tomorrow – one game.”

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Hoover Metropolitan Stadium

Former minor league baseball park

Not to be confused with Regions Field, the Birmingham Barons' current home in downtown Birmingham.

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Former namesRegions Park (–)
Location Ben Chapman Drive,
Hoover, Alabama
OwnerCity of Hoover
OperatorCity of Hoover
Capacity10,
Field sizeLeft Field:
Left-Center:
Center Field:
Right-Center:
Right Field:
SurfaceTifway Bermuda Grass
Broke ground
OpenedApril&#;16,&#;&#;()
Construction cost$ million[1]
($&#;million in dollars[2])
ArchitectGresham, Smith and Partners (Architect of Record), Hoover high baseball (Design Architect)
Project managerHarbert Commercial Construction Division[3]
General contractorHarbert HPS Division[3]
Birmingham Barons (Southern League)
(–)
Hoover High School football
(–, –present)
Alabama Crimson Tide narragansett flag football SEC Baseball Tournament
(,–present)
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Hoover Metropolitan Stadium, also known as The Hoover Met, is a former minor league baseball park located in the Birmingham, Alabama, USA, suburb of Hoover. It was home of the Birmingham Barons of the Southern League from toreplacing historic Rickwood Field in Birmingham. The stadium also serves as the home for hoover high baseball SEC Baseball Tournament, as well as the primary home for Hoover High School football. It is located in the Birmingham-Hoover Metropolitan Area near Interstate at Exit 10 just off Alabama State Route The stadium is located three miles from the Riverchase Galleria, one of the south's largest shopping centers.

Its seating capacity is 10, for baseball and can accommodate up to 16, when the patio, banquet, and grassy side areas are used. The stadium also houses 12 suites and state-of-the-art dressing and hoover high baseball rooms. The stadium also features a meeting/banquet room named for Michael Jordan, who played for the Barons during his brief foray into professional baseball, during which time the stadium experienced its largest crowds for professional baseball.

The opening daytime baseball game scene from Space Jam was filmed at this stadium. Its nighttime scene featuring the spaceship was filmed at Blair Field in Long Beach, California. The City of Hoover operates the stadium as part of the Hoover Met Complex, which includes the Hoover high baseball Center indoor multi-sport facility, an outdoor elias king basketball img of multi-sport and baseball/softball fields, a tennis complex with 16 hard courts,[4] and an adjacent recreational vehicle (RV) park.

The Hoover Met hosted the AVP Birmingham Open on July 13–16,the first beach volleyball tournament to ever be played in Alabama. The feature court was above the baseball diamond as well as eight other courts on the field, made of tons of sand per court.

The stadium also played host to the and NCAA Division I Men's Soccer Championship.

Along with Birmingham city officials, the Barons announced plans in November to return to Birmingham with a new field to be constructed downtown, near the University of Alabama at Birmingham campus. Pending contract negotiations and construction, play at the new field was originally expected to begin with the season.[5] Due to hoover high baseball selection, financing issues, and problems obtaining all of the land sought by the developers the move was delayed until the season.[6][7]

Naming rights to The Met were purchased through the Barons by Regions Financial Corporation inresulting in the stadium being renamed Regions Park. On December 20, hoover high baseball, – following the Barons' exit – the City of Hoover announced it was changing the name of the ballpark back to its original name: Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. The name change took effect January 1, Regions continued its sponsorship of the Barons, and the team's new stadium in Birmingham became known as Regions Field.

The Hoover Met hosted the Alabama Crimson Tide during the season while its on-campus stadium in Tuscaloosa, Sewell–Thomas Stadium, underwent major renovations. As part of the agreement, outfield fences were moved in to more closely match the dimensions of TD Ameritrade Park Omaha, home of the College World Series. The new configuration remained in place for the Southeastern Conference Baseball Tournament.[8]

References[edit]

  1. ^"Regions Field - Birmingham Barons".
  2. ^McCusker, J. J. (). How Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States: Addenda et Corrigenda(PDF). American Antiquarian Society.McCusker, J. J. (), hoover high baseball. hoover high baseball Much Is That in Real Money? A Historical Price Index for Use as a Deflator of Money Values in the Economy of the United States(PDF). American Antiquarian Society. –present: Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis. "Consumer Price Index (estimate) –". Retrieved January 1,
  3. ^ ab"History of Regions Park - Birmingham Barons Regions Hoover high baseball Sports Fields". casinoextra.fr. City of Hoover. Retrieved 5 November
  4. ^Bryant, Joseph D.; Segrest, Doug (November 5, ). "Barons sign letter of intent to return to Birmingham; work could start soon on ballpark construction". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 5,
  5. ^Bryant, Joseph D. (July 27, hoover high baseball, ). "Site set for downtown Birmingham ball park". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 14,
  6. ^Bryant, Joseph D. (August 23, ). "Birmingham City Council approves contracts, leases and land swap for downtown ballpark". The Birmingham News. Retrieved November 14,
  7. ^Jon Anderson (September 22, ). "Hoover council approves contract for Alabama baseball to play season at Hoover Met". casinoextra.fr Retrieved December 19, hoover high baseball,

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Hoover HS (Fresno, CA) Baseball Players

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STATE CHAMPS: Auburn High baseball tops Hoover in Game 3, captures Class 7A state championship

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a hoover high baseball over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Will Turner rounds third to score in Game 3 of the Class 7A beach soccer game 3d championship series on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

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Auburn High's Ryan Austin celebrates after scoring a run against Hoover in Game 3 of the state championship series on Thursday in Montgomery.

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The Auburn High baseball team celebrates winning the Class 7A state championship with a win over Hoover on Thursday at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery.

JORDAN D. HILL

MONTGOMERY – With a state championship just outs away, the Auburn High Tigers battled and held their breaths as Hoover threatened a late comeback.

As tense as the final moments were Thursday, the Tigers were ultimately rewarded with a blue map trophy and a chance to finally exhale.

Auburn relief pitcher Ryan Olson entered a one-run game with the bases loaded and two outs and promptly set off the Tigers’ celebration with a strikeout to seal a Game 3 victory.

The Tigers’ win, which featured two seventh-inning runs by the Buccaneers, gives the team its fifth state championship and fourth under head coach Matt Cimo.

“What a great series. Couldn’t be two better teams matched up, hoover high baseball. We just happened to be the one team that won,” Cimo said. “It was just a great ending. You couldn’t ask for anything more, hoover high baseball. Load the bases and just made it exciting. Now you see why those guys in the big leagues make so much money playing games.”

The Tigers () entered the seventh with a three-run lead, but the Buccaneers quickly proved they were going down fighting.

Hoover catcher William Steele tripled to open the final frame before Auburn reliever Tanner Phillips regrouped with a strikeout to put the Tigers two outs away from a championship. First baseman Carter Short came right back and hammered an RBI single to center field, cutting the Tigers’ lead down to two.

Phillips kept battling, and the Bucs kept swinging.

Right fielder Ashton Hawkins singled to center field to put Bucs runners on the corners, and while Phillips notched another strikeout Hoover shortstop Ty Truett answered it with an RBI single to left field to make it a contest.

Phillips walked the next batter to load the bases, prompting Cimo to bring Olson into the game. In a high-pressure situation, Olson calmly got the count on Hoover third baseman Cade Carr to before getting Carr to swing and miss on the fourth pitch hoover high baseball end the game.

“To me, Ryan’s probably the hardest worker we have on our team,” Cimo said. “I just have the most confidence in Ryan. I just know that good things happen to good people, and Ryan’s just a super person.”

The Tigers seemed poised to avoid any sort of drama in Game 3 thanks to jumping on the Buccaneers in the early innings and applying more breathing room as the game wore on.

Auburn hoover high baseball quickly after Hoover () pushed across one run to open the game. Designated hitter Henry Allen, third baseman Patrick McGlon and second baseman Todd Clay each hit RBI singles in the span of four batters to push the Tigers ahead

The Buccaneers came right back in the second. Left fielder Sean Agsalud knocked in a run with a double to center field that just missed clearing the fence to leave the score

Shortly after Agsalud’s big swing, Hoover had a run nullified on a runner interference call that sent the left fielder back to third base. The Tigers then turned a double play to end the half-inning and maintain the lead.

Clay added an additional run of support in the third with an RBI double to center to push the Tigers’ lead to Center fielder Will Turner joined the hit parade one inning later by ripping an RBI single just past the Hoover first baseman to hand the Tigers a three-run lead.

“I think we were mostly just looking to our seniors, you know? Those guys wanted to go out fighting their butts off,” said Clay, who was 2-for-3 with RBIs in the victory. “I mean, they came through. Will [Turner] and Ryan [Austin] and Matt [Rhodes] just all put on super performances.”

Auburn catcher Walker Zapp made it a game in the fifth with an RBI double just inside the left-field foul line. The Buccaneers showed in the sixth they weren’t giving up late, as center fielder Alex Wilson’s two-RBI double to left field cut Auburn’s lead to

McGlon added another RBI to his season in the bottom of the sixth with an double to left field that scored first baseman Austin and pushed the Tigers’ lead back to three runs entering the final frame.

McGlon was named Championship Series MVP after going 3-for-4 with two RBIs in the series-deciding Game 3.

“It means the world to us, especially all the 6 a.m. morning workouts and day in and day out all the practices we do as a team. To get here and achieve this together, hoover high baseball, I wouldn’t hoover high baseball it any other way,” McGlon said. “I couldn’t have done it without my teammates and coaches, but it means the world to me. I’m so blessed and happy I’ve got another year to try and do it again.”

While the final innings saw the Buccaneers fight back, they were playing from behind thanks in large part to Auburn starter Matthew Rhodes. Rhodes kept Hoover’s bats largely quiet Thursday and ultimately threw five innings in Game 3 with two runs allowed – both in the first two innings – with six hits and three walks surrendered to go with three strikeouts.

Thursday’s series-deciding Game 3 was a must-win for the Tigers after the Buccaneers’ bats roared to life in an victory to start the day’s action.

Hoover followed Auburn High’s example from Wednesday and got the offense going hoover high baseball in Game 2.

Carr doubled to left field before second baseman RJ Hamilton Jr. laid down a bunt single to put runners on the corners for Steele, hoover high baseball. Steele promptly unloaded on the third pitch he saw and sent it over the wall in left field, leaving Auburn High down

Carr came back in the second and delivered more damage in the form of an RBI single to center that left the Tigers in a hole.

Before too long, hoover high baseball, it became evident the Tigers would have to get the job done in Game 3.

Thursday’s championship only added to the legacy of Cimo, who had already led the Tigers to titles inand Cimo was almost emotional when discussing Thursday’s victory, explaining the win served as a fitting ending for a team that put in the time and effort necessary to call itself a champion.

“They all rank as good as they can get,” Cimo said when asked about his previous championships. “This is one of the best feelings you can get when you watch these kids who work so hard. They work their butts off, and to see them end in a joyous way, it’s just the greatest thing.”

PHOTOS: Auburn High baseball wins state championship series, defeats Hoover for 7A title

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