Jacob Cary Up Close

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    Jan. 2, 2002

    Jacob Cary Up Close

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    BLOOMINGTON, Ind. - SSenior pitcher Jacob Cary will begin his third season as a member of the Indiana baseball team in February. Cary has started 20 games on the mound for the Hoosiers the last two seasons. As a junior in 2002, he pitched 74.1 innings, which ranked second on the team and is the most of any returning hurler in 2003. Cary, who hails from Bruceville, Ind., and attended North Knox High School, was also an Academic All-Big Ten selection last season. To learn more about Cary off the field, read on..

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    1. The best thing about playing baseball at Indiana is: being able to have friends and family come and see me play

    2. The thing that impresses me most about the coaching staff is: their knowledge

    3. I came to Indiana because: it was close to home and is a good D1 program

    4. What three words would you use to describe yourself? hard-working, funny, laid back

    5. Who was your sports hero as a little kid? Barry Larkin

    6. Favorite pregame meal: Eggs, biscuits and gravy, hash browns (sometimes french toast)

    7. Favorite magazine: Eastbay

    8. What is your greatest ambition? have money

    9. Favorite movie line, or the one you are constantly repeating, and what movie it’s from: “Hey bartender, Joeboo needs a refill.” -- Major League

    10. What’s the best advice you have ever heard and who it came from? “Don’t let it get to you, just try your best.” -- Mom and Dad

    11. What’s your most memorable sports moment? 1998 Baseball sectional

    12. What’s the TV show you never miss if you can help it? The Simpons

    13. The college or professional sports team (any sport) I follow is: Reds and the Bears

    14. After graduation I want to: have money

    15. Person who has had the most influence on my athletic career: Dad

    16. If you could have only four CDs, none of them mixed, what would they be? John Mellencamp, Tom Petty, Kenny Chesney and Herman’s Hermits

    17. Why did you choose your jersey number? Barry Larkin’s number and had it through high shcool and little league

    18. What’s the last book you read that wasn’t for class? Cat in the Hat




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