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If it hadn't been for baseball Arthur Gardner would not have gone to Lipscomb University. But the former shortstop, known across campus as "Tubby", came to Lipscomb and received a degree in business. He will be one of the attendees at a baseball reunion Thursday night on campus.
Hank Hillin (suspenders) is a retired agent for the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and a former Davidson County Sheriff, but he keeps busy. Hillin is putting the finishing touches on his third book, an examination of the political history of Davidson County. He talked this week with Lipscombsports.com.
Sporting a 2-1 mark with a 4.07 ERA, former Lipscomb pitcher Hunter Brothers has been named a 2014 Pioneer League All-Star. The right-hander has made a team-high 15 appearances out of the bullpen.
Members of the Lipscomb baseball team have been staying busy this summer as 10 players have spent their time playing in summer collegiate wood bat leagues across the country, ranging from Washington, Pennsylvania to Leesburg, Florida to Chugiak, Alaska. Here is an update for July 23rd.
Three Lipscomb baseball players have been selected for the Sunbelt League All-Star Game, to be played Saturday, July 11 at 5 p.m. at Oglethorpe University. Pitcher Jamie Young and infielders Tyler Brown and Andrew Knell, all of the Brookhaven Bucks, were all selected to the Eastern Division All-Stars.