Baseball buckeyes return to the diamond for fall ball fall ball begins at bill davis stadium

Head Coach Greg Beals welcomed 39 student-athletes to the start of fall ball the weekend of Sept. 8-10.
“It’s always exciting to get the team together again for the start of fall ball,” head coach Greg Beals said. “Coming off last season, it was a long summer. The results of last year didn’t sit well with any of us in this program and I’ve been really pleased with the work ethic and the intensity with the first few weeks of skill instruction and conditioning. We are excited to get them on the field and start this journey for 2018.”
"Over the past few weeks, we've been working very hard, especially after a disappointing season a year ago, it's great to get back on the field. Every day we will get better. There are hard workers all across the diamond. We are ready to get back at it with live simulations." - Seth Kinker
Senior right-handed pitcher Seth Kinker has a 2.40 ERA in 79 career appearances for the Buckeyes.
Pitching Coach Mike Stafford
"It felt good getting everyone back out there together again. We've been working really hard in the weight room, in conditioning and with the first few weeks of school. It was fun to fly around and see where the younger guys are right now. We are looking forward to getting better all fall." - Adam Niemeyer
Fifth-year senior right-hander Adam Niemeyer has a 3.85 ERA in 39 career appearances for Ohio State.
Assistant coach Chris Holick


"Summer ball was fun to meet new guys and work on my game but it also taught me to never take OSU and the staff we have here for granted. The guys we have on this team have the chance to do something special this year. We are all a year older now with more experience and we are hungrier. The talent we have is exciting and we just need to put in the work." - Dominic Canzone
Sophomore outfielder Dominic Canzone hit .343 with 22 runs scored, four doubles, three triples, three home runs, 36 RBI and 13 stolen bases during his 2017 rookie campaign.
Volunteer assistant coach Dan DeLucia
"I feel way better than I've ever felt coming into fall ball. Physically and mentally I feel really good and where the team is at right now. We are just getting comfortable with each other in the first few weeks. We are moving around a bit so we are learning on how we can work together." - Brady Cherry
Brady Cherry comes into his junior year with 32 extra-base hits, including nine home runs in his OSU career.
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