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By Toni DeRosa
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Reserves roster grows to 22

 

Toni DeRosa | Wasco Tribune

First base and outfielder Evan Hirschbaum.

The Wasco Reserves roster has grown to 22 players for their opening day in Wasco June 1, Reserves Coach Bill Moore reported this week.

"The first game is scheduled for Saturday, June 1, at the baseball park on Poso at 7:00 p.m." Moore said.

"The players will play about 70 games in 70 days," Moore said. The season schedule is online at wascoreserves.com.

Another player recently has been added to the roster. Evan Hirschbaum, 25. will play first base and outfield.

He was a 2013 graduate of Plainedge High School, and was born and raised in North Massapequa, Long Island.

He attended Washington College, which is located on the eastern shore of Maryland.

"I am sixth all-time in my college programs' history for hits in a career program that was started in 1911," Hirschbaum said.

Hirschbaum is looking forward to playing for the Reserves this season because he wants to continue playing professional baseball and move up through the ranks of independent professional baseball.

"It's what I love to do," Hirschbaum said

Coach Moore is seeking housing for each of the players. "It really helps the community connect to the players," Moore said. "We need a home for each of the boys. The homes should have easy access to the park where the team will play."

To host a player, Moore can be reached at 60- 980-2372.

 

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