Baker Selected as US Slow Pitch Male Athlete of the Year
In the 5th season as a key member of the USA’s softball men’s slow pitch team, Bryson Baker, a middle infielder has earned his very first softball male slow pitch athlete of the 214 year. ASA/USA softball officially announced it recently.
The last season was a great year for Baker, who besides posting his global career at a higher level but also claimed the prestigious super-slow pitch championship as a key member of Hortenback/LongHaul Easton/Auto.
“It’s really a great honor for me to be selected as the male slow pitch athlete of the year for 2014,” Baker said with great excitement. “There are many individuals with great talent that play this exclusive game, but to be selected as the male player of the year is certainly memorable honor” he added.
Going to the northern part of Canada for prestigious Border Battle sixth, the softball men’s slow pitch team USA captured their 5th border battle prestigious title after participating for the first time on the global soil. En route to simply Border Battle popular title, Baker is considered as the force to be thought with; simply leading his team in batting great, RBI and, of course, runs scored. Showing action in each game of USA last season, Baker has gained the title for the best player of the year.
“I couldn’t’ believe that my hard labor can be rewarded as there are plenty of talented players in this game who play great,” said Baker. Experts suggest that this Baker is the only option when it comes to choosing player of the year.