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2015

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    Piedmont Pride Newest Addition to the Southern Collegiate Baseball League- 5/6/15

    Rock Hill, SC - PLAY BALL! That's what you will be hearing this summer as York County welcomes the Piedmont Pride to town. The Pride will be the newest addition to the Southern Collegiate Baseball league, a Charlotte-based league of teams comprised of college baseball players.  Read More...

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    Pride Roster Shaping Up- 5/7/15

    Piedmont Pride Head Coach Joe Hudak says his roster is coming together very nicely. “We got a late start on our roster, since we didn’t join the league until December”, said the veteran college coach. “Most summer teams have their rosters completed by November.”When he started putting the roster together, Hudak had a goal of having 13-14 position players and 12-14 pitchers.  Read More...

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    Pride To Play Home Games At Winthrop Ballpark- 5/7/15

    The Piedmont Pride summer baseball team will play all home games at The Winthrop Ballpark. The Pride plays in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League, and is sponsored by the Piedmont Fellowship of Christian Athletes. The Pride players will play 40 games during the summer, but will also do ministry work in York County.  Read More...

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    Pride Has A Great Weekend- 6/15/15

    The Piedmont Pride baseball team had a great weekend, winning all four games in SCBL play Friday and Saturday nights. The Pride, sponsored by the local Piedmont Fellowship of Christian Athletes, swept the Statesville Owls by scores of 11-5, 3-1, 5-3, and 2-0. The Pride is now tied for first place in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League with a record of 9-2.  Read More...

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    Pride Has Great Inaugural Season- 9/18/15

    The Piedmont Pride baseball team’s first year of existence will be a tough act to follow. The Pride, sponsored by the Piedmont Fellowship of Christian Athletes, finished with a 32-7 record, winning the regular season by a whopping 8 games. The only downer for the season was the team’s 6-3 elimination in the second round of the playoffs.Pride founder and head coach Joe Hudak was ecstatic about his team.  Read More...

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