It is very early in the baseball season, too early to draw conclusions from the games played so far.
But Crossroads co-coach Pat Armstrong wonders what might be possible following a 6-1 start accomplished without many innings from the team’s top two pitchers.
Max Robinson hasn’t pitched in a game yet but is doing some throwing to prepare. Josh Flyer pitched one inning in relief and may try to go two innings in the Santa Ynez Tournament this week.
Both pitchers may become a factor when league games begin.
Holden Miller has become Crossroads’ workhouse pitcher thus far.
Crossroads was scheduled for three tournament games before coming home to play Santa Monica in a non-league game April 9 at 7 p.m. at Clover Park.
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