Chiefs have plenty of arms, offensive capability to improve
WHITE PIGEON — Confidence will play an integral part in the success of White Pigeon’s baseball program this spring.
“With a little confidence, we have the capabilities to have a strong offense. That whole aspect stems from confidence,” said White Pigeon’s third-year head coach Shawn Minger.
Minger is 12-32 in his tenure at White Pigeon.
The Chiefs seek to improve upon last year’s overall mark of 3-18. White Pigeon, who was winless in the BCS League, graduated three key players off that team in Dylan Sandy (p), David Miller (p, if) and Logan Shafer (utility).
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