Despite all of the success he’s experienced in high school and college, Senne knows he has a lot to prove as a professional baseball player.
“I have to go in there and start over,” he said. “I need to make a name for myself just as I did here.”
Senne, working without an agent as of Wednesday, plans to sign with the Marlins within the week. The specific details haven’t been worked out in his contract, but he expects he’ll begin by playing in the New York-Penn League, which is a short-season A League that primarily features players, like Senne, who have just come out of college.
Friday, June 11, 2010
Mizzou Baseball Quotes & Notes
■ Missouri's Senne ready for the next level (Columbia Missourian)