And announcing he is signing a scholarship to play at Georgia College & State University next year, Spivey knows that his baseball career will continue beyond this season.
“That’s a big relief,” he said after his signing ceremony at Jones County High School Tuesday morning. “I’m glad I’ve finally decided. Now I can play without worrying about scouts or anything the rest of the season.”
Spivey took the loss Monday in the Greyhounds’ final regular season game to fall to 4-3 with one save in 10 games. Now they have to win a best-of-three series at Evans Thursday and Friday in the opening round of the region playoffs for his senior season to continue.
“I’ve got a good feeling about it,” said Spivey, who will start one of the games on the mound and likely play first or second in the others.
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