Former Lewisville Lion Christian Cok is pitching for the Piedmont Pride this summer. Cok should get plenty of work with the team because his sidearm style allows his arm to recover quickly. That should make him a valuable member of the team's bullpen during its inaugural season in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League.
Former Lewisville Lion Christian Cok is pitching for the Piedmont Pride this summer. Cok should get plenty of work with the team because his sidearm style allows his arm to recover quickly. That should make him a valuable member of the team's bullpen during its inaugural season in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League. Bret McCormick bmccormick@heraldonline.com
Former Lewisville Lion Christian Cok is pitching for the Piedmont Pride this summer. Cok should get plenty of work with the team because his sidearm style allows his arm to recover quickly. That should make him a valuable member of the team's bullpen during its inaugural season in the Southern Collegiate Baseball League. Bret McCormick bmccormick@heraldonline.com

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