Bobcat Baseball Announces Start of Ball Boy/Ball Girl Program

Bobcat Baseball Announces Start of Ball Boy/Ball Girl Program

MILLEDGEVILLE, Ga. - In an effort to give back to the community that has supported the program so well over the years, the Georgia College & State University baseball team and head coach Tom Carty has announced something new this season, the honorary Bobcat Ball Boy/Ball Girl.

A position open to youths age 8-to-12, the ball boy and ball girl will assist the Bobcat baseball team as a foul-ball retriever, all while getting the best seat in the house, just behind the fence on the first and third-base lines. Each game will require two ball boys/girls, and each individual selected will get a one-of-a-kind Bobcat Ball Boy/Girl T-shirt, recognition in the pre-game announcements, and other prizes to be determined.

"We're always excited about opportunities to increase awareness of our great game to today's youth," said Carty. "This is a special program that we hope adds to the fun and enjoyment of the game of baseball."

Interested youngsters and their parents should contact Georgia College sports information director Al Weston by email at

The Bobcats throw their first pitch Thursday, Feb. 5 at 2 p.m. when they host No. 36 Erskine College at John Kurtz Field.

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