An Air Force Academy assistant baseball coach turned his homer-smashed windshield into a recruiting pitch
Meet C.J. Gillman. He's the assistant baseball coach and recruiting coordinator of the Air Force Academy. He found himself taking in some action at the Prep Baseball Report Futures Games at Grand Park in Westfield, Ind., on Friday.
He thought he'd have a nice afternoon at the ballpark, watching some gifted young ballplayers vie for attention on the diamond.
He definitely got that -- but he also got an obliterated windshield, thanks to someone's home run launched out of one of Grand Park's 22 fields. Clearly committed to his job as a recruiter, Gillman seized the opportunity:
If you're a player at the PBR Futures Games and hit this homerun today, I'm going to need to get ahold of you to pay for this and offer you a scholarship. pic.twitter.com/a5RhDlDkKE- C.J. Gillman (@CoachGilly6) August 4, 2018
Whoever you are, please report back! There might be something quite valuable in it for you ...