By Scott Wright
STILLWATER — Josh Holliday’s left-handed hitting skills were still unpolished, but he caught a pitch on the barrel and sent it sailing toward right-center field at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium.
Barely clearing the fence, it hit the lower right corner of the old scoreboard, where a Verizon sign now hangs.
In his seventh season as Oklahoma State’s baseball coach, he can recall all the details of his first home run at the Cowboys’ historic stadium.
“I was 13.
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