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ChannelCats' teams adjust in return

Muskegon Chronicle
by Mike Mattson
Wednesday July 01, 2009

Travel baseball creates some challenges -- just ask Muskegon ChannelCats 17U manager Don Giddings.

"They aren't used to seeing a good pitcher every single game,'' Giddings said about his players. "Everybody throws decent in travel ball. We're all adjusting.''

Indeed, all three ChannelCats teams are adjusting in the organization's first year back on the travel baseball circuit. The 18U squad is 5-7-1, Giddings' 17U team is 5-9 and the 16U club is 4-9.

Co-coach Brandon Bard said pitching has been a concern for his 18U team. Two pitchers -- Spring Lake's Chris Sabo and Oakridge's Jamie Potts have experienced sore arms and haven't had a lot of time on the mound.

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Travel baseball returns to West Michigan with ChannelCats

Competitive travel-league baseball will continue this summer with the rebirth of the Muskegon ChannelCats.

The ChannelCats will field two teams (18U, 17U) and likely a third (14U), said ChannelCats founder and operator Len Piasecki.

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