BJ Assistant Says Team has Championship Makeup

KSCB News - June 19, 2012 2:14 pm

The BJ’s are 11-3 but BJ hitting coach Dearth Parker says that doesn’t really matter this time of season. What he says does matter is this teams’ work ethic and character which he says is way ahead of schedule. Don’t take the OCU assistant wrong, he says he is more driven not to lose than to win, but he sees the big picture in the early going. Parker is a Roff, Oklahoma native who played at Eastern Oklahoma State, Oklahoma State, and OCU.

He also has plenty of NBC playing experience for big name programs like the Santa Maria Indians and the Kenai Peninsula Oilers. He says Liberal by far is the best run organization and receives the best community support. Click on the audio icon to hear the interview.

The BJ’s beat the Denver Bombers 20-1 last night and host Denver Tuesday night at 7 p.m.

 

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