October 16, 2002 Good speed and a good outfielder. Couldn't hit a lick though and the Pirates soon realized that as well.
Eric (aka) Smurf D!
January 26, 2007 Terrance was a phenomenal baseball player and overall athlete. He was unstoppable in the Kansas City youth and high school sports venue. He was one of the few high school baseball players that used a wooden bat back in 1984/85 and hit for power and average. He also was a dominant pitcher and quarterback and he led his varsity football team Southeast High School to their first football playoffs in sixty years. Lastly, he was so good that in 1985 Southeast High School constructed a varsity baseball team just because he was that good.
Terrance made other football/baseball players around him better and always gave the team credit when he literally would win the game by himself.
In youth and high school baseball, Terrance used to hit home runs from both sides of the plate thus causing opposing coaches to walk or pitch around him.
In Kansas City’s Agnes Park he would hit home runs all the way to the creek, (as a 6th grader) If you ever visit KC, MO go by Agnes Park (57th and Agnes, 64130) and check out the distance from home plate to the creek! Well over 300 feet. Trust me.