Local Greensboro Baseball Today for 6/6/15:Greensboro NABA Chief on DL(Hit in the head by a baseball)

Posted by Andy Durham on June 6, 2015 at 10:51 am under Amateur, College, Professional | 2 Comments to Read

Enad Haddad needs to be on our immediate prayer list for today….The coach of the Greensboro Reds and the President of our area Greensboro National Adult Baseball Association was struck in the head by a baseball coming from the batting cage at Western Guilford on Thursday night….Enad Haddad, down, but not out of the game….On the DL/injured list and hopes to return the NABA ASAP….

from Wyatt Smith with GreensboroSports.com:

It should also be mentioned that Red’s manager and GNABA President Enad Haddad was struck by a ball from the batting cage, and was taken off the field on a stretcher by Guilford County EMS.. He is ok, recovering well at home, but all prayers are appreciated!

Struck in the head by a ball, which came from the batting cage, during pre-game warmups**

Games today and these should become secondary with the injury to Enad Haddad at the top of our list of priorities for today/Saturday…

South Atlantic League/SALLY League Baseball:
Hagerstown Suns at the Greensboro Grasshoppers 7pm at NewBridge Bank Park

Do we have others and I do think the Colts are off on Saturday and Sundays to allow for travel baseball dates….

Greensboro Colt Baseball League Standings through Tuesday June 2

League Standings

RECORD

  
                        W	L	T
SOUTHERN ALAMANCE	3	0	 
PAGE 2                  3	0	 
EASTERN ALAMANCE	3	0	 
WESTERN ALAMANCE	2	2	 
SOUTHWEST GUILFORD	3	1	 
SOUTHERN GUILFORD	3	1	 
PAGE 1	                2	1	1
RAGSDALE	        2	1	 
EASTERN GUILFORD	2	1	 
ROCKINGHAM	        1	2	 
NORTHERN GUILFORD	1	1	1
NORTHEAST GUILFORD	1	3	 
NORTHWEST GUILFORD	1	3	 
WHEATMORE	        0	2	 
WESTERN GUILFORD	1	3	 
GRIMSLEY	        0	4	 
DUDLEY	                0	3

  • Wyatt Smith said,

    Andy, thank you for taking my comment and doing this! Enad and I have become quite good friends, due to an introduction at my first episode of “Baseball in Focus.” We were walking side by side, even with the pitchers mound in front of the home dugout at Western, when I saw a blur out of the corner or my eye, and he went down. With my EMT and FF training, I tried to take control of the situation, and made the decision that we needed to call 911. He received amazing care, and the Reds came back and won the game for him. He hopes to be at the field tomorrow for the NABA doubleheader, but he still needs prayers! We’re thanking God it wasn’t much worse!!

  • Andy Durham said,

    Spread the word.

    We need to get that Enad Haddad name on every board in the area/town….