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Austin Lavelle Morgan
Born in Houston, Texas October 25,1980, Lavelle Morgan is the oldest of three brothers. “I have always felt like I needed to set the example for my brothers.” He graduated from Oak Ridge High School in the top quarter of his class. He was motivated on a daily basis by his parents to make good grades so that he could go to college. At the age of five, Lavelle began playing baseball and never really turned back, learning everything he could from his father until he got into High School. His father then took the initiative of asking friends of the community that had played in the Big Leagues or were affiliated with big league ball clubs to help him develop and hone his skills as a left handed pitcher and hitter in High School.
He then received a scholarship to go to Texas A & M Kingsville where he found him self starting as a freshman left handed pitcher. He pitched with Mike Adams and they were the one, two punch his Freshman and Sophomore year.
His Junior year he decided to transfer to McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana where he played in the Regional Championship Series against Rice University. He graduated in 2003 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Management and Marketing.
In 2003 Lavelle began playing Independent Baseball for the Coastal Bend Aviators where he broke several records as a Rookie. He went on to get a free agent contract offer by the San Diego Padres organization while he was in winter ball in January of 2004. Later he was then traded to the Tampa Bay Devil Rays organization where he played and finished up his career.
Ramon Andrew Beene
Born October 13, 1956, is a former Major League Baseball pitcher for the Milwaukee Brewers. Played College baseball with Baylor University. Beene was initially drafted by the New York Yankees in 1978, but they did not sign him. He was drafted and signed by the Milwaukee Brewers in round five of the 1979 draft. While in the minor leagues, he played for theButte Copper Kings in the Pioneer Baseball League in 1979, the Stockton Ports in the California League in 1980, the El Paso Diablos in theTexas League in 1982 and 1985, and the Vancouver Canadians (now called the Sacramento River Cats) in the Pacific Coast League in 1983 and 1984. He was added to the Brewer’s 40 man roster in 1982.
His first Major League game was on September 22, 1983. In his first season playing with the Brewers he only played in one game. He pitched 2 innings in 1 game and gave up 3 hits, one intentional walk and an earned run. After playing some with the Brewers, he went back to the minors, but was recalled on July 25, 1984 due to Rollie Fingers being placed on the 21 day disabled list. In his second and final season with the Brewers, Beene pitched 18.2 innings in 5 games, and gave up 28 hits, 9 walks, and 23 earned runs for an earned run average of 11.09. Beene was made a scouting supervisor of the Toronto Blue Jays in December 1998. He was a scout for the Blue Jays for nine years. In 2009, Beene was a resident of Center Point, Kerr County, Texas.He is fellow former baseball player Fred Beene‘s nephew.