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Blake Brookins

HEIGHT

6’6″

WEIGHT

215 lbs

POSITION

OF/1B

B/T

L/R

CLASS

So.

HOMETOWN

Miami, Fla.

SCHOOL

Florida

*Via the University of Florida Athletics Department

MIAMI PALMETTO HS:

  • Played under head coach Danny Smith at Miami Palmetto
  • Hit .406 backed by 54 hits, two home runs and 33 RBI with an OPS of 1.109 across two varsity seasons 
  • As a senior, slashed .443/.564/.576 with a 1.209 OPS
  • Batted .361 with a .444 on-base percentage and three steals as a junior
  • Ranked by Perfect Game as the No. 38 outfielder and No. 210 overall player nationally while being the No. 3 outfielder and No. 28 player in Florida
  • Recognized as 2023 Preseason Florida All-Region First Team by Perfect Game
  • Also competed for Top Tier Roos American  

 
PERSONAL:

  • Son of John and Frankie Brookins
  • Has one brother, Brandon
  • Majoring in business at the University of Florida
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Corbin’s Corner: ‘Sox Treading Water

As the green and blue round the corner and head for the final straightaway of the summer, Corbin’s Corner is back with three new developments to keep an eye on.

‘Sox Fend off Late Rally to Beat Cavaliers on Holiday Night

Despite the hot and humid weather, the Charlottesville Tom Sox (20-7) celebrated Holidays on the Hill Night with an 8-5 win over the Culpeper Cavaliers (10-14) on Saturday evening at Charlottesville High School.

Charlottesville’s Offense Surges in Dominant Win over Waynesboro

A humid and hot evening at Kate Collins Field painted the picture for a sixth matchup between the top and bottom of the South Division — the Charlottesville Tom Sox (19-7) and the Waynesboro Generals (9-16). The Tom Sox used a dominant offensive showing - including a game-high five RBI from outfielder Jake Books (Coastal Carolina) to take home a 16-4, rain-shortened win.

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March 23 – 7 PM – Elks Lodge