Greensboro Reds take 2015 Greensboro NABA Tournament with Jeremy Jones as MVP

Posted by Andy Durham on August 6, 2015 at 10:50 am under Amateur, College | 5 Comments to Read

Final from Wednesday night at Western Guilford High School:
Greensboro Reds 8, Piedmont Pirates 0
Craig Jacobelli on the mound and strong for Reds, with Jacob Hoyle two home runs and Jeremy Jones, one HR….Craig Jacobelli Winning Pitcher in Championship Final game with 6 Innings/7 K’s/0 BB’s and for the tournament Jacobelli was (2-0)/10 Innings/15 K/1 BB/0.90 ERA….Chris Kernen threw one inning in relief of Jacobelli in the final game on Wednesday night…..

Jeremy Jones as 2015 Greensboro NABA Tournament MVP:6-8/6 Runs/2 HR’s/Double/3 BB’s/7 RBI/SAC Fly RBI/1 SB/.750 BA/0B % .750/Slugging % 1.265…….

GREENSBORO REDS 2015 Greensboro National Adult Baseball Association Tournament Champions…..


  • bbfan said,

    Congratulations to the Reds, but shouldn’t they win? Enad has a team full of all-stars and he load his team with the better players from the league. The league should consider having a draft and make it equal.

  • nabafan said,

    http://www.greensboronaba.com/teams/default.asp?u=GREENSBORONABA&s=baseball&p=custom&pagename=Rules+

    bbfan,

    this is where you can find the rules that show that there is a draft and new players are in a pool. there is also rules on trading players.
    The league is very well run, and Enad really doesnt have an advantage. Every team has the same opportunity.

  • bbfan said,

    Thanks very much for the information nabafan. Now I understand much better. I agree the league is a good league and if you are winning great players will come. Again, thanks for the information.

  • NABAfan said,

    Bbfan, come out and watch the NABA State Championship. It is between the Reds (Greensboro NABA Champs) and the Champions from the Fayetteville NABA.

  • summerbball said,

    I had the opportunity to catch a few of the reds games this summer and the coach seemed to create an environment of playing hard and working with the players on improving, but also having fun…the way the game is supposed to be played.