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Geuy eyes baseball opportunity in Puerto Rico



Former Benjamin Logan and Ohio State pitcher Paul Geuy is attempting to raise funds to play in the Puerto Rico Instructional Baseball League.

Geuy is hoping the exposure of playing in the PRIBL will result in the opportunity to play professional baseball.

After leaving Ben Logan, Geuy attended and played baseball at The Ohio State University branch in Lima. He then transferred to the main campus in Columbus. He tried out for the team as a walk-on, but did not make it through his first tryout. He tried again during his junior year and was successful. He eventually saw action for the Buckeyes as a right-handed pitcher out of the bullpen.

If interested in helping Geuy on his quest to play in Puerto Rico, he can be contacted through his Facebook page.

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