Bio: Farmer earned First Team All-RMAC honors in the 2019 season. That selection was the second for Farmer in two years, as he finished last season with a .328 average, seven home runs and 46 RBI’s. The San Jacinto, California, native is a versatile player defensively as well as he can catch and play around the infield.
Farmer’s experience at the national championship last year has him hungry for more this go-around .
“I still get chills thinking about it,” Farmer said. “It was something we were very proud to be apart of and it was neat to put our mark in the history book. Our goal is to get back there this year.”
While they are both great individual talents, what stands out the most to Price about the two players is their selflessness.
“They both put the Sweets club before themselves and are top notch teammates,” Price said. “They come from a college program that prepares them extremely well not just on the field, but off of it as well. I’m so excited to have both quality young men back in the program.”
Caleb is the son of Emmett and Crystal Farmer. The San Jacinto, Calif., resident said he can’t live without television or a workout venue.