Outside of his occupied life as a student-athlete, junior Keegan Crum is a temerarious individual with a passion for playing baseball.


Often times, he’s described as mysterious.“If you were to ask my friends to describe me, they would say I’m laid back and ambiguous,” Crum said.


Crum has the personality of a crocodile. His outward appearance is very solemn, but on the inside, he’s waiting for you to approach him. He leaves you pondering, wanting you to know more about him.


“Since a young age, I’ve had a passion for baseball,” Crum said.


Crum has chosen to dedicate most of his time to playing baseball, which he’s been devoted to since he was six-years-old. His love for the sport leaves him one thing to be uneasy about. Quiet until he’s spoken to, baseball is one subject matter he’ll never stop talking about.


From the loss of a game to facing injuries, most of Crum’s downfalls in baseball have made an impact on his life. Crum has been in many accidents where he’s been hit in the head and had to get stitches. Once, he was in the middle of practice standing behind a batter. The next thing he knew, the back of his head was pouring blood as he laid on the ground seeking medical attention.


Baseball can not only stir up a conversation with Keegan but it has molded him into the person that he is today.

Keegan Crum, Staff Writer

Oct 29, 2015
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