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Blue Hawks baseball signs Absher, McCullough

The Dickinson State baseball program signed pitcher Ryan Absher and catcher TJ McCullough, according to a press release Friday.Absher was mostly a relief pitcher with a few starts the past two seasons with Miles City (Mont.) Community College. Wh...

The Dickinson State baseball program signed pitcher Ryan Absher and catcher TJ McCullough, according to a press release Friday.
Absher was mostly a relief pitcher with a few starts the past two seasons with Miles City (Mont.) Community College. While going to high school in Lehi, Utah, Absher was a 5A all-star selection and second-team all-region pick.
“Ryan keeps the ball low and goes right after hitters,” DSU head coach Jason Watson said in the release. “He will absolutely help us on the mound this year.”
McCullough went from Pinetree Secondary in Coquitiam, British Columbia, to Shoreline (Wis.) Community College before joining the Blue Hawks. He was an all-academic Northwest Athletic Conference honoree last season.
“TJ is a gamer,” Watson said in the release. “He has the ability to play multiple positions and swings a very good bat.”

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