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A Day in the Life of an MBU Baseball Player

Ever wonder what it’s like to travel with a sports team? This video gives you an opportunity to spend a day (or a few) with members of the MBU baseball team as they practice, travel and play.


This video is a vivid description of a road trip of an MBU baseball player, starting with loading the bus and having a team prayer before starting each trip. Next is the places the team goes before reaching its destination.

In this video the team goes to an alumni player’s house where his family feeds the whole team. The video continues to the destination, the hotel the team stays at and the pregame before the game the next day.

The video shows the team taking the field and then concludes with finishing the games and leaving the stadium to get back on the road to MBU.

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Colby Duncan

Colby Duncan

Colby Duncan is a staff journalist for MBU Timeline. He is a senior majoring in journalism and minoring in psychology at Missouri Baptist University. Duncan is a left handed pitcher for the MBU baseball team and his athletic scholarship has brought him to St. Louis. Duncan is from Reno, Nev., and has grown up in the snow and the outdoors. He loves any type of action sport and is outdoors as much as possible. Duncan is ambitious, always ready for an adventure.


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