FAIRFIELD — Going into the season, Solano College head baseball coach Scott Stover normally has a blueprint for how his starting lineup and pitching staff will look.
The Falcons, however, are not as ready as the coach would like as the season opener fell on Friday at Diablo Valley College. Solano is the dreaded WIP — a work in progress.
“We’re behind. This is probably as ill-prepared we’ve been,” Stover said Thursday afternoon. “We haven’t had the facility. The maintenance department didn’t get the field ready like they are supposed to so we’ve been using a turf field in Vallejo. We are so far behind right now. We’ll have to just keep getting our feet wet in these preseason games and take our licks here and there. Hopefully we can just keep getting better that way.”
Solano’s roster will feature 15 freshmen as the Falcons lost stars like Isaiah Verrett, Nik Dodson, Cameron Michael, Bryce Pryblinski and Kyle Krebs to name a few.
“This is a different group of kids. Obviously we’re a little younger,” Stover said. “We’re a little smaller too, but we have Wellington (Balsley) back. He had to take a year off but he’s like a returner to me. Connor…
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