In Hazlehurst, Georgia, there is a pair of seniors at Jeff Davis High School who are wrapping up their season as teammates for the Yellow Jackets baseball team. But these aren’t just any two teammates. They are the only brothers on the Yellow Jackets team, and they just happen to be identical twins. Meet Ryan and Ross Rush.
Like many of their teammates at Jeff Davis High, the Rush twins began playing baseball at a young age. Ryan started at catcher, while Ross played first base and pitched a little bit. As a left hander, his youth league coaches began using him more as a pitcher until he moved to pitcher exclusively in the 10th grade. Both have played for Jeff Davis since they were freshmen, and each has fond memories of their career.
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