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VU Baseball: Recapping the 2012 Vanderbilt Baseball Banquet

February 4th, 2012

Trying out some new technology here tonight. It was the VU Baseball Banquet and the house was packed.  For those out of town fans, the Dores are kind enough to live stream the event.  It isn’t archived on www.vucommodores.com, so I’ve done the next best thing and recapped some live tweeting of the event.

Tim Corbin was a maestro on the stage, showing off an impeccable memory and some sly humor. Look for me to start rolling out my season previews sometime this week.

Click through to give it a read.

  1. February 5th, 2012 at 00:10 | #1

    Good stuff here.

    I want to try to keep up with baseball better this season. Yeah, I have been saying that for years now, but hopefully I can get into this time. I will be sure to check out your site whenever you put up a baseball post. Thanks for the excellent recap of tonight’s banquet.

  2. Bob Littman
    February 5th, 2012 at 03:25 | #2

    See the official Tennessee Book for Varsity Baseball Records.

    http://www.tbca.org/TBR%20State%20Record%20Book.htm#PITCHING

    Phifer is tied for wins record in year (16) and Corbin said he finished with 44 varsity career wins. It looks like that record is not yet entered-cause the old record is shown as 42. He also did it in TN’s biggest high school classification-AAA. No 8th grade wins, no cupcakes.

  3. admin
    February 5th, 2012 at 13:34 | #3

    Also, I mistweeted Pfeifer’s career record. It is 46-4, not 44-6. In either case, it’s darn impressive.

  4. February 5th, 2012 at 17:46 | #4

    Corbin’s memory goes beyond his players. He spoke at one of my VU freshman orientation events. He would ask a freshman where he was from and what high school he went to, and then proceed to list the top 4-5 college baseball prospects from that region, which high school they went to, and what their tools were. Dude’s on his game.

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