Tribune photo by Zach Spicer / Brownstown Central High School baseball player Terry Anderson throws from shortstop to first base as Erwin Bryant, a supervisor for the Atlanta Braves, looks on during Wednesday's workout at the BCHS field.
Tribune photo by Zach Spicer / Brownstown Central High School baseball player Cole Borden gets timed in the 60-meter dash by Erwin Bryant on Wednesday at the BCHS field. Bryant is a supervisor for Major League Baseball's Atlanta Braves who scouts in Indiana, Kentucky, Ohio and Michigan.
BROWNSTOWN — How fast can you run the 60-meter dash?
How accurate are your throws from the outfield to the infield or from home plate to second base?
How fast can you throw your pitches?
And how well can you square up for a bunt?
The Brownstown Central High School baseball players were able to determine all of these things and more on Wednesday when Erwin Bryant paid a visit.
Bryant is a supervisor for Major League Baseball’s Atlanta Braves, and when he’s not going around scouting players in Indiana, Ohio, Michigan and Kentucky, he takes time out and runs high school players from those states through professional workouts.
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