|Brent Carter||Southland Academy|
|Rick Cochran||Americus High|
|Caleb Cripe||Southland Academy|
|Brad Driggers||Southland Academy|
|Chris Howell||TiftArea Academy|
|Gabe Jacobs||Sumter County High|
|Cedric Johnson||Americus High|
|Tee Reddish||Taylor County|
|John Redmond||Southland Academy|
|Travis Rush||Americus High|
|Micah John Smith||Taylor County|
|Chad Spann||Southland Academy|
|Bob Stubbs||Tri County High|
|Dylan Tracy||Americus High|
|Daniel Warren||Southland Academy|
|Seth Welch||Macon County|
|John Williamson||Macon County|
|Brandon Wolcott||Americus High|
|Director of Baseball Operations: Tim Estes|
|Head Coach: Billy Nicholson|
|Assistant Coach: Bobo Short|
|Assistant Coach: Joe Lamb|
|Assistant Coach: William Rooks|
|Scorekeeper: Jeremy Law|
|Saturday, May 27||Old Timers Game||1:00 p.m. (1 seven inning)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Saturday, June 3||Dothan Post 12||12:00 p.m. (DH - 2 seven innings)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Sunday, June 4||Quincy, Florida||1:00 p.m. (DH)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Tuesday, June 6||Tifton Post 21||5:30 p.m. (1 nine inning)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Friday, June 9 to Sunday, June 11||Circle City Classic **||TBA (4 seven inning games)||Dothan, Alabama|
|Thursday, June 15 to Sunday, June 18||USSSA State Tournament||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Tuesday, June 20||Hardaway High School||4:00 p.m. (DH - 2 seven innings)||Columbus, Georgia|
|Friday, June 23||Dooly County Post 202||6:00 p.m. (1 nine inning)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Saturday, June 24||Tallahassee Post 13||1:00 p.m. (DH - 2 seven innings)||Tallahassee, Florida|
|Monday, June 26||Charleston, South Carolina ***||7:00 p.m. (Central Standard Time - 7 innings)||Plainsman Park - Auburn, Alabama|
|Tuesday, June 27||East Cobb 17's ***||9:00 a.m. (Central Standard Time - 7 innings)||Plainsman Park - Auburn, Alabama|
|Tuesday, June 27||East Cobb 16's ***||4:30 p.m. (Central Standard Time - 7 innings)||Plainsman Park - Auburn, Alabama|
|Wednesday, June 28||East Cobb Astros ***||9:00 a.m. (Central Standard Time - 7 innings)||Plainsman Park - Auburn, Alabama|
|Friday, June 30 to Sunday, July 2||Albany Post 30 Tournament||TBA - 4 seven innings||Albany, Georgia|
|Saturday, July 8||Godby High School||12:00 p.m.||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Saturday, July 8||Bainbridge Post 121||6:00 p.m.||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Sunday, July 9||Godby High School||1:00 p.m. (DH - 2 seven innings)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Tuesday, July 11||Tifton Post 21||5:30 p.m. (1 nine inning)||Sylvester, Georgia|
|Sunday, July 16||Tallahassee Post 13||12:00 p.m. (DH - 2 seven innings)||Bell Stadium - Americus|
|Wednesday, July 19||Fitzgerald Post 99||6:00 p.m.||Fitzgerald, Georgia|
|Thursday, July 20||Macon Post 3||6:00 p.m. (1 nine inning)||Macon, Georgia|
|Sunday, July 23 to Saturday, July 29||USSSA World Series||Lakeland, Florida|
|May 27 - Old Timers Game|
The 2000 Travelers squad defeated a team comprised of former members from 1995-1999 by a score of 6-1. Caleb Cripe posted a double in the second inning, scoring later via a pair of wild pitches. Later in the fifth, Brad Driggers' hit produced a score and Bob Stubbs' grounder. Outstanding defesnive plays by Cedric Johnson and Seth Welch were also highlights.|
Comprising the Old Timers Team were Stephen Beck, Will Bishop, Hamp Butler, Jonathan Crumbliss, Greg Dominy, Brad Hagerson, Michael Horne, Joe Lamb, Ernest Polk, William Rooks, Eric Rutherford, Todd Sellars, Chan Short, Edgar Smith, Chip Spann, Ted Turner, Glen Usry, and Nick Williams.
|June 3 - Dothan American Legion Post 12|
The Travelers split a double header with Post 12 of Dothan, Alabama, losing 5-0 and winning 11-4.|
Brandon Wolcott was the starting pitcher in game #1. Dylan Tracy was reliever. The Dothan seventh showcased good Traveler defensive play by Chad Spann and Cedric Johnson, who combined efforts for a double play. Hitting: Brad Driggers, Gabe Jacobs, and Bob Stubbs each had singles, and Spann had a double.
In game #2, Brent Carter was the winning pitcher, striking out 11 Dothan batters, and allowing a trio of walks and a solo hit. The second inning saw eight runs scored by the orange and blue crew; Spann's hit helped ducks reach the pond. One scored via a grounder by Tee Reddish. John Williamson hit a double which brought in deuce scores, and Micah John Smith doubled to bring in two more. Jacobs' then hit, which brought in one more, and Walcott singled two to home plate. Later, Chris Howell would post a deuce out single that brought in two more runs.
|June 4 - Quincy, Florida Independents|
The Travelers defeated Quincy, Florida in a double header at Americus, 8-1 and 10-3.|
John Redmond pitched a complete game win in game #1; he allowed quad hits and a solo walk and benefited from great defensive work that resulted in a trio of double plays (two of those coming from John Williamson and Chad Spann). The Travelers hitting commenced in the fourth as Brandon Wolcott and Spann doubled. Brent Carter reached on a hit, then Williamson's sac fly brought runners to scoring position. Caleb Cripe then hit a sac fly; that and an error brought the score to 3-0 at that point. Travis Rush then posted a dinger. With deuce outs posted in the fifth, Spann reached via an error, then Carter's hit brought him to home plate. In the sixth, Brad Driggers hit a dinger, and Gabe Jacobs posted a double to bring in three more.
Chris Howell pitched the second game completely and posted eight strikeouts and allowed seven hits. The Travelers had a 4-0 lead in their initial at-bat inning as Rush, Spann, and Carter posted RBI hits. Wolcott and Bob Stubbs hits brought in two more with deuce outs already posted. In the fourth, Cedric Johnson led off with a triple. Micah John Smith's hit brought Johnson home; Smith reached home plate via a pair of errors. Stubbs then hit a deuce scoring dinger.
|June 6 - Tifton American Legion Post 21|
The Travelers defeated Post 21 of Tifton by a score of 4-2.|
Gabe Jacobs was starting pitcher; he had five shutout innings, allowing quad hits, quad walks, and sending five back to the dugout. Dylan Tracy won as reliever; he gave up deuce scores on a solo hit and deuce errors, then shut out Tifton the last three innings with deuce hits, no walks, and a pair of strike outs. Travis Rush was also noted for great work as catcher. Brandon Wolcott made great defensive plays in the second and third innings, and Chris Howell's efforts led to a great double play in the fourth.
The hitting started for the orange and blue crew in the third with Caleb Cripe hitting a dinger. In the sixth, Rush singled, as did Jacobs and Tracy's bunt advanced both runners. Chad Spann's hit brought one in with a solo out already posted. With a solo out in the eighth, Tracy posted a hit as did Spann. Howell then added an insurance sac fly.
|June 9-11 - Circle City Classic @ Dothan, Alabama|
The following are score and recap results of the Circle City Classic.|
|June 15-18 - USSSA State Tournament|
|June 23 - Vienna Post 202|
The Travelers were defeated by Post 202, 12-10. Americus had a 3-0 lead on a trio of RBI from Brandon Wolcott; his double in the initial at-bat inning scored both Travis Rush and Chris Howell. In the third, Chad Spann posted a hit with deuce outs already recorded, then Wolcott's double brought Spann home. John Redmond was starting pitcher, retiring the first nine Post 202 batters. Howell relieved Redmond in the sixth and allowed only a pair of hits.|
In the sixth inning, Brad Driggers reached second via a pair of errors, then Rick Cochran reached on a third error. Driggers ended up scoring via a wild pitch. In the seventh, Cedric Johnson and Cochran combined for an excellent double play, then with Americus up at bat, Spann posted a deuce scoring dinger. In the eighth, Rush's double scored Caleb Cripe, and Spann's double allowed Howell to score. Driggers led off the 9th with a triple, and Cochran's double brought him home.
|June 26-28 - East Cobb Team Showcase @ Auburn University|
The Travelers won three games and lost one in this tournament. The following are by game-by-game results: |
|June 30-July 2 - Albany Independence Day Baseball Clinic|
The following are results of the Independence Day Classic, held at Paul Eames Complex in Albany:|
|July 8 - Tallahassee Baseball Club|
The Travelers defeated the Tallahassee Baseball Club in a twin bill, 7-6 and 8-0. Rick Cochran picked up the win as pitcher in game #1, relieving John Redmond (who allowed no hits in the first four frames). The orange and blue scored first as Travis Rush posted a hit that brought in deuce, then Chris Howell had a run scoring double; Howell, himself, scored via an error. In the third, Rush singled, Howell walked, Gabe Jacobs' posted a double to send Rush to home plate, and Chad Spann's hit brought in two more. In the fifth, Brandon Wolcott hit, then advanced on a hit by Spann. Wolcott reached home via a passed ball. In the extra inning, Caleb Cripe tripled then Rush's hit brought Cripe home for the 7-6 win.|
In the nightcap, Wolcott started as pitcher and allowed five hits while sending 10 back to the dugout. Spann relieved in the seventh frame. In the Travelers second frame, Brad Driggers and Cripe posted singles, Jacobs and Howell doubles. In the fourth, the score became 7-0 via a hit and a pair of errors. In the sixth, Cripe hit a solo dinger. Cripe and Driggers also contributed great defense plays for the cause.
|July 16 - Tallahassee Post 13|
The Travelers split a double header with Tallahassee Post 13 in the final games at Bell Stadium for 2000, losing 8-7 and winning 7-6.|
Dylan Tracy started the first game as pitcher. Brad Driggers made a key catch in left field in the second inning. In the Americus second, Micah John Smith contributed a trio-scoring triple and the orange and blue took the lead at that point, 4-2, via an error. They scored again in the fifth via a wild pitch. By the seventh, Tallahassee had the lead, 8-5. Gabe Jacobs hit a dinger that posted two more scores.
In the nightcap, the orange and blue trailed 6-5 going into the seventh frame. With deuce outs recorded, Smith walked. Travis Rush singled, then with Chad Spann's hit, Smith tied and Rush scored for the win. Chris Howell took the win on pitchers' mound and also posted a key hit in the top of the seventh and scored via a double by Seth Welch. Brent Carter, as starting pitcher, allowed 11 hits and six runs.
Welch contributed a key RBI sac fly in the second, which scored Jacobs. Rick Cochran contributed a key defense scoop at first base in the fourth inning which resulted in a double play. Welch then posted a second RBI on a deuce out hit which scored Brandon Wolcott, whose hit led off the Americus fourth. In the fifth, Rush posted a sac fly and Spann a deuce out RBI hit.
|June 19 - Fitzgerald Post 99|
The Travelers defeated Fitzgerald Post 99 by a score of 15-0. Winning pitcher was John Redmond, who allowed quad hits, a solo walk, and fanned a trio. Chad Spann and Gabe Jacobs each contributed a trio of hits, one of Jacobs being a round tripper. Caleb Cripe and John Williamson both had triple-scoring dingers, and Chris Howell, Brent Carter, and Seth Welch each had one hit.|
|USSSA World Series @ Lakeland, Florida|
The following are scores and recaps of games from the USSSA World Series in Lakeland.|