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Waves baseball preps for upcoming season with dinner, alumni game
Eric Thames, a former Pepperdine baseball player and current Milwaukee Brewer, speaks at Pepperdine’s First Pitch Dinner on Friday, Feb. 2, in Malibu. Photos by Dave Teel/22nd Century Media
Coach Rick Hirtensteiner (right) presents this year’s Scolinos Award to Aaron Barnett, a four-year starter for the Waves from 2013-2017.
Aaron Barnett speaks at the 2018 First Pitch Dinner and awards ceremony on Feb. 2.
Dr. Jim Brinton, who graduated from Pepperdine in 1957, shares tales of playing Waves baseball under coach John Scolinos, who the Scolinos Award is named after.
Ryan Heroy, the 2011 Scolinos Award recipient, was among event attendees.
Pepperdine baseball coach Rick Hirtensteiner opens the evening by welcoming everyone.
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On Friday, Feb. 2, the Waves hosted the annual First Pitch Dinner at Pepperdine’s University Cafe.
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