2004 Alaska Goldpanners
2006 Northeastern University
|Positions||Shortstop / Second Base|
|Out of||Northeastern | Sidhu Page|
|H/W ; B/T||6-1, 175 • R / R|
|Prep||Rick Hansen HS|
- JULY 15, 2004 - "Hits are hits," said Sidhu, who cut loose with three of them on Thursday, to bust out of a 1-24 slump. "But winning is more important."
- JUNE 20, 2004 "This is a good day to hit," said Sidhu, a defensive ace, who obviously doesn't mind playing in the heat, and is enjoying the payoff from the extra time he has put into working on his swing. "I've been taking a lot of batting practice," said Sidu. "And getting a lot of help from the coaches. I'm feeling good at the plate."
- JUNE 13, 2004 "I'm pretty confident on the field and I just react," said Sidhu, when asked about the catch. "My strength is defense."Sidhu's also got a good arm, and he displayed that too in the sixth, when he made the long throw from the edge of the outfield to first baseman Brandon Morris for the first out of the inning. "My arm has gotten a lot stronger this year with the workout program at school," said Sidhu. "And I'm confident throwing to the hole.".
2004 Team Set
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