Former Ligonier Valley star Maddy Grimm voted an ASBA all-star
Former Ligonier Valley star Maddy Grimm will play in the American Softball Association All-Star Game Saturday night at Pat Hick Field in Alabama.
A power-hitting shortstop and third baseman for Team moh-BEEL! USA, Grimm was voted into the game, which will benefit St. Jude’s Children’s Hospital in Memphis, Tenn.
A league MVP candidate out of Kent State, Grimm leads the second-year professional ASBA in home runs, with 12, and is second in RBIs (29) and runs scored (19) in 17 games. She is batting .400.
Grimm served as an assistant coach at Pitt last season. Formerly, she played for the Akron Racers in the National Pro Fastpitch league.
Congrats to @mohBeelusa’s @Madd_grimm9 on being named to this year’s ASBA All-Star Game!
Make sure to watch Grimm this Saturday at the Pat or on demand when you subscribe to ASBA Network: https://t.co/j1AefUJWv7
**Receive $5 OFF her replica jersey HERE: https://t.co/HZkEeJDdma pic.twitter.com/vmLPV9Y714
— ASBA Pro Softball (@ASBAsoftball) July 12, 2019
Bill Beckner Jr. is a Tribune-Review staff writer. You can contact Bill by email at [email protected] or via Twitter .