Free Agent outfielder Anthony “Ace” Aceves
Who are you playing with in 2013?
Free agent looking for team now – Aceves@goldmail.etsu.edu
Conference outfielder, played with The Scene, Art Explosion, Logo Express, T&R Stucco
Why do you like the game of softball?
I enjoy playing the game because of my competitive nature and the great friends you make while playing.
Who is the best softball player you have ever seen play?
The best players I have ever seen play is Brian Rainwater because of how he plays the outfield and does it without all the flash, and Brandon Jonas pitching because he works hard out there and gets very little credit for what he does.
What is your nickname in softball?
Where do you call home?
Johnson City, TN
What do you do for a living?
Full time Student at ETSU
Did you play sports in High School / College / Pro?
Played Football Basketball and Baseball in High School. Played College baseball and was Drafted by the Florida Marlins
How did you get your start in softball and how did you get to the upper level?
I got my start in softball through a buddy in Maryland while in high school that asked me to come out and play, I got my first shot at upper level with Logo Express because of their old sponsor Banks Oil. Kenny Key had passed away the week before they needed an outfielder and I got a shot.
What position do you play?
What batting grip do you use?
What ounce bat, make and model do you use?
What do you do in the offseason to prepare for the next softball season?
Take BP when it gets warm and Lift weights
What is your favorite sports team?
Florida Gators , Baltimore Ravens , and Yankees
Do you have any superstitions?
I have to wipe the box out before I get in
What is your most memorable softball moment?
Winning the ASA and WSL World Championships with Logo Express.
Winning the Conference B Championships with the Scene
What improvements can you suggest for upper level softball?
Limiting the major players on one team make it more competitive
What is your favorite non-World tournament?
The Smoky the best atmosphere by far and the local folks are great.
What is the funniest thing you have seen in softball?
Andy Urban enough said.