RB creates internal competition, searches for No. 2 pitcher behind ace Kincanon
BERWYN – The winning may not be important, but the competition is.
Riverside Brookfield is playing a number of top programs and bigger schools in summer baseball. The focus of summer isn’t about the results, but playing in a six-team league with Fenwick, Leyden, Nazareth, Oak Park-River Forest and St. Joseph has tested the Bulldogs.
“One thing is we don’t focus on winning and losing at all,” said Mark Ruge, who is the varsity assistant coach and is leading the summer team. “I literally play one inning at a time. If we’re down 6-0, everything is clean and we start fresh the next inning.
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