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Bruett said. Gaining more experience will be a plus, Negen said, because the step from high school ball to the college level is enormous.
I am just a catcher. Sophomore Jeremy Negen grew up on farm about five miles outside of Blomkest and spent the last summer farming fowl. We needed that one. But Dee said Negen has since become confident in himself as a player, allowing Dee to become confident in him as the receiving end of the battery.
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Close Menu. Sarah Mitchell April 23, Blomkest, Minn. Gophers assistant coach Rob Fornasiere nabbed Negen just in time, thanks to a recommendation from the junior college coach.
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He will come out and calm you down. Pitching coach Mike Dee said Negen was a nervous wreck last season.
While many guys on the team joke around about the event, saying that it was the fastest they had ever seen the catcher run around the bases, Negen said taking the ball deep was definitely the most memorable moment in his young career. He comes out and says stupid things. Close Modal Window.
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Leave a Comment. Negen was planning on going to a junior college until the spring of his senior year in high school. But Matt Scanlon is not complaining. This was a chance to play Division I ball, so I had to take it. Share on Twitter. May 5, New three-year project will deepen knowledge on disability by facilitating virtual spaces and discussions. The guy who often takes advantage of student night at the Metrodome said the best part of playing baseball has been playing in top-notch ball parks around the country, especially Siebert Field.
The long ball was his first.