BALDWIN\u00a0\u2014 Baldwin is in its third week of practices, although Panther baseball coach Cregg Bolles continues to work with as many numbers as possible. It\u2019s been spring break for Baldwin and Bolles has been working with a various set of numbers to get ready for a season that starts April 11 against Crossroads Charter Academy. Practices have been set for Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week. Tuesday\u2019s practice session was outdoors because of the seaonable weather. \u201cIt looks like it might rain the rest of the week so we\u2019ll be in the elementary gym,\u201d Bolles said. The numbers are roughly at 11. Freshman Ryan Kolenbrander will be a utility player. \u201cWherever I need him to play, he\u2019ll play,\u201d Bolles said. Senior Da\u2019Ron Copeland also will be a utility player. Junior Tyler Clugston is set to be a relief pitcher and shortstop. \u201cThat\u2019s pretty much the big three right there,\u201d Bolles said. He added hitting \u201cis getting better every day, and that\u2019s all that matters.\u201d The season opens April 11 at home with Crossroads Charter Academy.