Rainey Gaffin’s offensive talent was obvious during her freshman season with Tennessee’s softball team.
She batted .290 and delivered more than one key hit as the Lady Vols advanced to the Women’s College World Series and finished second to Oklahoma.
Gaffin, however, has only scratched the surface of her potential according to Ralph Weekly. Not only does the co-head coach foresee the highly recruited Gaffin maturing into a starter in the field and a more dangerous batter as her career continues, but he also believes she could move back to a position she dominated in high school — pitcher.
Read more at the Boulder (Colo.) Daily Camera.