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ScoopTalk: The greatest baseball season in Indiana history ends

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Keith
Thursday, June 20, 2013 - 8:15 AM EDT

Hats off to this team and coaching staff for representing themselves and IU to the fullest. As I watched every inning of each televised game, (I’m not a baseball fan by any stretch) I noticed their demeanor. No panic, no chirping to the Ump on bad strike calls, no yelling at teammates for miscues. Only focus, camaraderie, and enjoying the moment.
Congrats on a magical season Baseball Hoosiers I’m even more proud to be a Hoosier Alum.

 


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