Tonawanda News — Brosius is quick to push the credit toward his teammates, specifically Matt Noakes, Chris and Taylor Mellott.
Noakes has come on late in the season and has logged a ton of innings for the Jacks. He has two complete games and leads the team with 11 RBIs at the plate.
The Mellott brothers, No. 3 and 4 in the NT batting order, are the big run producers for the Jacks. Taylor is hitting .478 with a team-leading 22 hits, 16 runs and is tied for a team-high with 11 RBIs. Chris, a senior, hits cleanup and has posted a .341 average with 14 hits and 10 RBIs.
"The beginning of the season was rough for us. We thought we had a good team, but we were 1-3 and then we really started to fall off," Brosius said. "It's not a one-man sport. I really couldn't do anything without the rest of the guys out there. Noakes and the Mellott's are big contributors to the team and they deserve a lot of the credit."
At practice and on the bus after the game, Brosius, who will play college ball at Erie Community College next season, is a true teammate.
Partell said Brosius always knows how to lead depending on the situation.
"He's always a guy that, when the music is blasting, he'll get up and start dancing to put a smile on everyone's face," Partell said. "He'll be the first one to crack a joke on the bus to lighten the mood, but he'll also be the first one to let everyone know when they need to get going."
A true fan of the sport, Brosius' passion comes from the love he has for the game of baseball.
"You have to enjoy the sport. It's a beautiful game, I love it," he said. "Every time you come out here it's a new day and a new start — a new day for baseball."
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