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  1. What do y’all think will be the 1st East Texas job open. Do you think Chad Morris will be interested
  2. Stolen Base King Dickey Returns to Pump Jacks Kilgore native Matthew Dickey broke the TCL single-season stolen base record and shared the 2013 TCL Freshman of the Year award The East Texas Pump Jacks began assembling their 2014 roster with a familiar name. A very successful, familiar name. The Pump Jacks announced Wednesday that 2013 All-TCL outfielder Matthew Dickey will return to the team for the 2014 season. Dickey was a priority for new head coach John Foster from the very beginning. “Obviously, Matthew was a standout player last summer,” said general manager Mike Lieberman. “When Coach Foster found out Matthew was interested in coming back, he jumped at the chance to re-sign him.” The Kilgore native became a Jacks fan favorite – and a bane to TCL opponents – when he broke the TCL single-season stolen base record. Dickey swiped 40 bases last summer, clinching the record with one game to go in the regular season. Dickey wasn’t a one-trick pony, though. He finished fourth in the league with a .322 batting average and seventh with 55 hits. Dickey also led the Pump Jacks in runs scored (32) and he was second on the team with 22 walks. The performance not only earned Dickey a spot on the All-TCL team, but also a share of the 2013 TCL Freshman of the Year award. The honor extended the Pump Jacks streak to five straight years with the league’s top freshman. Dickey joined past East Texas stars Kyle Kubat, Hunter Dozier, Zac Fisher, and Matt Juengel as winners of the award. Dozier was drafted in the first round last year by the Kansas City Royals, while Fisher and Juengel are also playing professionally. Kubat will anchor the Nebraska pitching staff this spring and is a top draft prospect. Dickey stole the record last season with an incredible late-season run. On July 20, he stood at 20 stolen bases, just halfway to the league mark. He proceeded to record a stolen base in 11 consecutive games, 20 steals in all, to nab the record. The sophomore is expected to start for Stephen F. Austin this spring after appearing in 45 games last season, starting 20 of them. Dickey was the only true freshman in the Lumberjack outfield last year, when he led SFA freshmen in nearly every offensive category. He batted .215, tied for the team lead in triples and finished third in stolen bases. This spring, Dickey will be joined by 2013 Pump Jacks teammate Garrett McMullen, who transferred to SFA from North Central Texas College. Dickey is no stranger to Historic Driller Park, having starred as a member of the Kilgore High School Bulldogs. He was named district Defensive Player of the Year as a senior and district Newcomer of the Year as a sophomore. Dickey was named an honorable mention on the all-state team as both a junior and senior, and he racked up all-East Texas honors his final two seasons with the Bulldogs. His senior year at Kilgore, Dickey batted .394 with eight doubles, three triples and a home run. He also drove in 17 runs and stole 15 bases. He posted a .460 average in his junior season, when he drove in 35 runs, scored 37, and added 13 stolen bases. He registered a .414 average as a sophomore. Dickey is Coach Foster’s first recruit for the Pump Jacks this summer, but the new skipper is well on his way to filling out the roster. The former Atlanta Braves and Milwaukee Brewers pitcher has been in contact with coaches from across the country, taking the uncommon step in summer collegiate ball of scouting many players in person. Coach Foster and the Jacks expect to announce more additions to the roster soon, perhaps by next week. Foster and the Pump Jacks will kick off the 2014 season on Thursday, May 29, when they travel to Dallas to take on the Texas Marshals. The Jacks will return to East Texas for their home opener at Historic Driller Park on Tuesday, June 3, when they battle the Woodlands Strykers. Click here for the complete 2014 Pump Jacks schedule. Season tickets for 2014 are on sale now! Lower Box seats are just $199 and include in-your-seat wait service, and Upper Box seats are $150 each. General admission grandstand season tickets are $105 for adults and $85 for children and seniors. Season tickets offer a discount of at least 25% off the price of tickets at the gate, and all season ticket holders enjoy the benefit of a Pump Jacks Concierge. Season ticket holders who pay for their tickets in full by February 24 will also receive a free, limited edition T-shirt for every seat they buy. For more information on Pump Jacks season tickets, click here. To follow all the news as the Jacks prepare for the 2014 season, visit the Pump Jacks official web site at www.pumpjacksbaseball.com. Join the conversation with other members of Pump Jacks Nation by visiting the Pump Jacks on Facebook and Twitter.
  3. Good read on former Tyler Lee DB Josh Aubrey and Jefferson WR Cordell Roberson. Both played at SFA and are now rookies with the Browns. Link: http://www.cleveland.com/browns/index.ssf/2013/08/cleveland_browns_rookie_free_a.html
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