Monmouth-Roseville Baseball Trying to Put it Altogether as the Titans Head Into TRAC West Play

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Story by Kadin Rogers

Despite weather issues, the Monmouth-Roseville Titans baseball team has managed to play two games in the past week. After some rescheduling and cancellations in the early part of the week, Monmouth-Roseville took a tough shutout loss to a solid Riverdale team 4-0 on Thursday, before rebounding with a tight 7-6 win over the Mercer County Golden Eagles on Friday. After their recent string of action the Titans now sit with a record of 3-4 overall on the season.

As Monmouth-Roseville is now about a quarter of the way through the 2024 spring season, Titans head coach Jordan Ball says the team has the pieces to make a deep postseason run, they will just need to put them together in the last 3 quarters of the season.

Monmouth-Roseville is currently scheduled to pick up two games today and tomorrow against Bushnell-Prairie City and Galesburg, however both of those games are in jeopardy due to more cold weather, rain, and snow impacting our listening area.

For the full interview with Coach Ball, visit the Sports Podcast section.

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