Baseball Celebrates Halloween with Annual Costume Practice
The LMU baseball team held its annual Halloween costume practice on Wednesday.
Oct. 31, 2012
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -
For the third consecutive year, in the spirit of Halloween, the LMU baseball team, including the coaching staff, donned a different form of garb on Wednesday, October 31, trading in practice uniforms for costumes during an intrasquad game.
Costumes included Woody from Toy Story, a penguin, Head Coach Jason Gill, a swimmer, a nerd, Michael Jackson, Superman, Tom Cruise from Risky Business, and a mailman.
While no award is given for "Best Costume" at the practice, many considered Trevor Megill's Avatar costume to be the most impressive.
The Lions begin the 2013 season on February 15 at home versus Utah.
To view highlights from this year's practice, and to check out some of the costumes, please click the video below.
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