New look for Bulldogs in 2018 baseball season

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

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Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS Adam Garcia (center) tries to pick off an Omaha runner at third base during the April 7, 2017, Decatur-Omaha conference game at Edmiston Park in Decatur. Garcia will take over as team leader this season from Jay Porter, who graduated last year.

Westside Eagle Observer/MIKE ECKELS Adam Garcia (center) tries to pick off an Omaha runner at third base during the April 7, 2017, Decatur-Omaha conference game at Edmiston Park in Decatur. Garcia will take over as team leader this season from Jay Porter, who graduated last year.

DECATUR -- It is often called "The National Pastime." And soon professional, college, high school, little league, and T-ball athletes from across the country will take to the diamond to participate in the game of baseball. Joining their fellow baseball players will be the Decatur Bulldogs, who will continue the rich tradition of Decatur baseball that dates back more than 50 years.


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