There's joy in Bluffton
Saturday, June 16, 2007
A father pulls a photo button from his pocket. A college freshman in a purple Bluffton baseball uniform grins back at him.A father pulls a photo button from his pocket. A college freshman in a purple Bluffton baseball uniform grins back at him. David Betts was 5-foot-6 and he weighed 165 pounds and he played second base and he could run. Boy, could he run. "I never, never, never saw him hit one into the gap in right-center and not get a triple," said Betts' father, John. "He was halfway to second by the time they got to the ball." (Omaha World-Herald)
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