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Sparked by freshman infielder Phillip Childs’ 1st profession hits, the baseball team (19-17) bested No. 23 Dallas Baptist University 7-2 on Tuesday at Clay Gould Ballpark. The DBU Patriot Baseball Group and 40 DBU students traveled to Guatemala for a 4-day mission trip on September 28 – October two. The two groups embarked on many mission opportunities about Guatemala City, which incorporated visiting a number of orphanages, conducting baseball clinics for Guatemala’s tiny league teams, sharing the love of Jesus Christ with the folks of Guatemala, and the baseball team wrapped up each and every day with a game against the Guatemalan National Group.

The second game of the President’s Orphan Cup Series started with a bang when once more following DBU President Dr. Gary Cook led the crowd of about 700 in an opening prayer and the very first pitch was tossed by a former Guatemalan national player whose jersey is retired in Guatemala. The Hurricanes have been so thrilled the team took the time out of their day to make an unscheduled trip to their field for the clinic, that they presented them with a plaque expressing their appreciation for the team.

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The Patriots continued to swing a hot bat in game two and defeated the Guatemalan National Team eight-1. DBU continued fireworks throughout the game scoring 12 runs on 18 hits and defeated the Guatemalan National Team, 12-1. The second day in Guatemala started with the Baseball Group going to a regional church in Guatemala City, La Verdad Baptist Church. Guatemala held the Patriots to two runs on five hits and won the final game of the President’s Orphan Cup Series, 4-two, on Monday night.

The DBU Patriot Baseball Group and 40 DBU students traveled to Guatemala for a 4-day mission trip on September 28 – October 2. The two groups embarked on quite a few mission possibilities around Guatemala City, which included visiting several orphanages, conducting baseball clinics for Guatemala’s little league teams, sharing the adore of Jesus Christ with the folks of Guatemala, and the baseball group wrapped up each and every day with a game against the Guatemalan National Group.Dallas Baptist University Baseball

Baseball Recruiters at Dallas Baptist University.are busy building next season’s team roster. The second game of the President’s Orphan Cup Series started with a bang after once again just after DBU President Dr. Gary Cook led the crowd of about 700 in an opening prayer and the first pitch was tossed by a former Guatemalan national player whose jersey is retired in Guatemala. The Hurricanes were so thrilled the team took the time out of their day to make an unscheduled trip to their field for the clinic, that they presented them with a plaque expressing their appreciation for the team.

The Patriots continued to swing a hot bat in game two and defeated the Guatemalan National Team 8-1. DBU continued fireworks throughout the game scoring 12 runs on 18 hits and defeated the Guatemalan National Team, 12-1. The second day in Guatemala started with the Baseball Team visiting a nearby church in Guatemala City, La Verdad Baptist Church. Guatemala held the Patriots to two runs on five hits and won the final game of the President’s Orphan Cup Series, four-two, on Monday night.

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The DBU Patriot Baseball Group and 40 DBU students traveled to Guatemala for a 4-day mission trip on September 28 – October two. The two groups embarked on a number of mission opportunities around Guatemala City, which incorporated going to several orphanages, conducting baseball clinics for Guatemala’s little league teams, sharing the really like of Jesus Christ with the persons of Guatemala, and the baseball team wrapped up each day with a game against the Guatemalan National Group.

Dallas Baptist University Baseball – With over 50 little ones showing up for the clinic the team took complete benefit of the chance to share the adore of Jesus Christ and baseball.



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