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He tweeted this not long ago about MSU outfielder Hunter Renfroe and his summer slate:
"Hunter Renfroe sets 3rd league mark (HR, RBI, runs scored). Jersey retired by his Cal Ripken League Bethesda (Md) team"
Article to follow?
This post was edited by MileHighDog 21 months ago
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**the $50 goes to others schools athletics dept**
Here is the press release from Media Relations:
STARKVILLE, Miss. --- A record-setting campaign in summer league competition has netted Mississippi State junior outfielder Hunter Renfroe a place of honor at Povich Field, the home of his summer league baseball team, the Bethesda (Md.) Big Train.
In ceremonies prior to the Big Train’s Thursday night’s regular season, Renfroe and teammate Hugh Adams became the first two players in CRCBL history to have their numbers retired and enshrined on the outfield fence at Povich Field.
With four runs scored during a 2-for-3, 3-RBI performance against Vienna, Renfroe established his third Cal Ripken Collegiate Baseball League mark this season. The Crystal Springs, Miss., native has hit 16 home runs, collected 52 RBI and scored 48 runs, all records in the eight-year old summer collegiate league.
Renfroe’s parents, Tammy and Todd Renfroe, were on hand for the ceremony.
Bethesda (25-16) finished third in the 10-team wooden bat league’s regular season heading into this weekend’s four-team league playoffs.
This post was edited by Paul Jones 21 months ago
Go to you tube and see Hunters jersey retirement ceremony. His parents surprised him.
Now if Hunter had done this in the Cape Cod or Alaska Leagues, I'd be getting excited. The Cal Ripken League is a mediocre summer league. Not taking away from Hunter's accomplishments. A record is a record. Hopefully, this instills confidence and he carries the momentum into next season.
Here you go.
Hunter Renfroe gets a surprise visit from his parents and his number retired for the Big Train.
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