Marietta, Georgia -
The Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets are in the middle of another good baseball season and have a group of young 6-4-3 alumni contributing as they approach the end-of-season push. There are a total of six (6) former 6-4-3 players now competing for the Yellow Jackets. Positionally, Michael Guldberg leads the way playing in 26 games to date while hitting .361 with 2 HR. Jamie Taylor is also contributing at the plate and defensively. On the mound, former 6-4-3 standout Brant Hunter leads the way with 8 total appearances and 7 starts. Brant has logged 31 innings while racking up 31 strikeouts and a 3-2 record. Joseph Mannelly, Hugh Chapman and Will Shirah have also logged innings on the mound and will be helpful for the Yellow Jackets down the stretch this season and in future years. The Yellow Jackets are currently 21-16 overall on the year and have a 9-9 record in ACC play. The entire 6-4-3 staff wishes Michael, Jamie, Brant, Joseph, Hugh, Will and the rest of the Yellow Jackets the best of luck during the remainder of the 2018 season.
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