Foulk Earns A Spot With River City Rascals
Wednesday, May 29, 2013
Foulk Earns A Spot With River City Rascals
Tigerville, SC – Former Crusader catcher Anthony Foulk has seen his dreams come true for baseball after college, making the squad for the River City Rascals of the Frontier League in O’Fallon, Missouri.

Foulk, a four-year starter for the Crusaders from 2008-2012, concluded his career being known for his masterful work on defense while also providing a spark for the Crusader offense.

The Sycamore, Illinois native had a career batting average of .287 with 201 hits, including 38 doubles and 13 home runs. Foulk scored 163 runs (a school-record 73 runs scored in 2009-10), while also driving in 126 RBI and drawing 125 career walks, which is also a North Greenville school-record.

The Rascals currently stand at 7-2 through the first nine games as Foulk has seen action in four of those contests, recording a .500 batting average with one run scored and a perfect 1.000 fielding percentage.

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