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Madison Opens Next Monday vs Mt.Vernon

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  Original Published: 3/25/2014After finishing at 13-15 a season ago and winning the sectional, the Madison baseball team will open their new season against the Mt.Vernon Yellowjackets next Monday on the road before opening OCC play the next day against rival Mansfield Senior. After a good trip to southern Ohio for scrimmages against Kettering Alter and Valley View, coach Doug Rickert came away happy with his teams pitching but says his baseball nine still needs to hit the baseball better. One point of emphasis this preseason has been the effort to eliminate errors in the field. Rickert stated that was one of the big issues last season and cost the Rams several ballgames in which they had the lead going into the final inning. On the positive side this preseason, Rickert believes if fielding and hitting are improved, the team has a good chance to contend for an OCC championship with a veteran pitching staff coming back which has the potential to be one of the best in the area.
   
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