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Yale Baseball Player Gives Great Advice to Those Who are Looking to Play at the Next Level

We sat down with Yale University Men’s Baseball player, Brian Ronai, who spoke about how he got on his current coach’s radar and how to prepare for college baseball mentally and physically. He also shared on how to adjust from being the best player on your high school team to being average on your college team, and how to deal with an injury during the recruiting process. 

2020: Made ten appearances, registered a .308 batting average including three home runs, tallied seven RBI and scored seven runs… Went 3 for 5 against Old Dominion, hit two home runs, scored two runs and tallied two RBI in a win on March 1… Season canceled after ten games due to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • HEIGHT: 6-5
  • WEIGHT: 210
  • CLASS: Senior
  • HOMETOWN: Orange, Conn.
  • HIGHSCHOOL: Amity Regional

Updated: by Keirsten Sires

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