Baseball freshman Goodwin finds his stroke
Monday, March 01, 2010
Brian Goodwin has struggled to find his rhythm at the plate this season, batting just .182 before Sunday’s game. In this instance, down in the count with two strikes, Goodwin lined a pitch over second base and past the diving glove of Maine shortstop Tony Patane for a hit. But one base wasn’t good enough for Goodwin. “I had coach (Matt) McCay in my ear telling me to try to beat it and test his arm,” Goodwin said. (Daily Tar Heel)
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