Former Lipscomb standout Rex Brothers was traded on Wednesday from the Colorado Rockies to the Chicago Cubs for prospect Wander Cabrera. Brothers posted a 16-11 record with a 3.42 ERA in five seasons with Colorado.
Mike Dugan always felt he was destined to be at Lipscomb. He fulfilled that feeling as a member of the baseball team, playing for his father. He talked with Lipscombsports.com about his college experiences.
Lipscomb baseball head coach Jeff Forehand announced the addition of six players to the Bisons 2016 recruiting class who signed National Letters of Intent Wednesday. Forehand and his staff, who have signed 27 players in the last three years, bolstered their roster with the addition of two pitchers and four positional players.
Sophomore right-handed pitcher Brady Puckett set the tone early as Purple dominated Black by a score of 10-0 in Game 2 of the Lipscomb Baseball World Series to win the annual fall classic. The six-inning exhibition took place Friday afternoon at Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium.
Mother Nature finally cooperated with the Lipscomb baseball team on Thursday afternoon after three consecutive wet days in Nashville. Head Coach Jeff Forehand and his team were able to start their annual Purple and Gold World Series. The Purple squad came away with a 7-3 win.
A generous donation from longtime Lipscomb supporter, Lee Marsh, put in motion a major facility upgrade that will transform the 24-year-old Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium into a modern, fan-friendly venue that will be home to one of the top baseball facilities in the country
Mark Joseph was an outstanding infielder for the Bisons and his son, Caleb, was a star catcher at Lipscomb who just finished his second season with the Baltimore Orioles. Mark spent some time talking with Lipscombsports.com.
Baseball assistant coach Paul Phillips is leaving the Lipscomb program to take over the duties of hitting coach for the New Orleans Zephyrs, the Triple-A affiliate of the Miami Marlins. Phillips played 15 years of professional ball before joining the Bisons staff in 2012.
The Lipscomb baseball team kicked off its first intrasquad scrimmage on Thursday with a little red, white and blue flavor. The Bisons were joined by Lt. Trey Robinson and Lt. Sean Bowser, U.S. Air Force flight commanders of the 237th Intelligence Squadron.
Lipscomb baseball’s head coach Jeff Forehand announced the Bisons’ 2016 schedule. The 56-game slate features 34 contests within the friendly confines of Ken Dugan Field at Stephen L. Marsh Stadium. Highlighting the challenging schedule will be road trips to Georgia, Dallas Baptist and Vanderbilt.