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Varsity Baseball Coach Consideres Making Changes to Team 

     By James Baradarannahkjavan

     On Saturday, the Roseville Boys Varsity Baseball team took part in the annual “Albie Swinging for Life” breast cancer game at Sacramento City College. The Tigers lost the game 12-3. It was close game until Oakridge put up a seven spot in the fifth inning. Sophomore Max Modeste had the highlight of the day when he hit his 3rd home run of the year which traveled 400 ft. “Maxs’ home run is going,” said to Coach Demello. Junior Chris Anderson stepped up and had a great game, going 1-2 with a walk and multiple put outs at short stop with no errors. After the loss, Demello is considering making some changes, including giving players more of chance to illustrate their skills on the field at an earlier time in the season rather than late. That could mean moving players to different spots in the batting order and changing the starting line-up. “After Saturday’s game there will be some changes to the program,” said Demello.

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