Plenty of things will be different when the 2011 college baseball season begins in February.
Most notably for East Carolina, some rookie infielders will be on the scene to help erase painful memories of a team which committed 108 errors last season. At the plate, ECU hitters, including a promising freshman from Greenville, will join the rest of the nation in trying to master a new bat that is much more like the wooden bats used in all professional leagues.
But for all that's new, two of the main things on ECU coach Billy Godwin's mind this preseason are things that haven't changed, and things that are cornerstones for all college baseball teams.
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