St. Edwards starter Josh Henry might wanna buy OF James Belliveau a postgame taco. The latter made a spectacular diving catch of a line drive deep into the right center field gap that otherwise would’ve cost Henry his first no-hitter. Over 7 innning, Henry allowed just two walks while striking out 7 (105 pitches total) in St. Edwards’ 4-0 win over Lincoln, the first game of a Friday afternoon twinbill.
Since I can’t find any pictures of Henry online, you’ll have to settle for an old one of outfielder Chris Dinges (above), who drove in all 4 runs for St. Edwards. Under the management of former UT assistant Rob Penders (son of former Texas hoops coach Tom), the Hilltoppers are off to a 6-3 start, and what Lucien-Hamilton Field might lack in creative comforts, St. Edwards’ brand of amateur baseball is far more entertaining than watching “The Best Of Mike & Mike In The Morning”.
Granted, so is self-immolation