"We realize that, win or lose, no matter what, God gave us the ability to come out here and play. That's the important thing. You look around and there are a lot of kids that can't play baseball. There are a lot of kids with disabilities where they can't get out and do that, and we're able to do that."
A big part of the way the Rams glorify God is through a student-led team prayer before and after every game. Often seen leading the prayer is senior pitcher and leadoff man Chris Rapp.
"As a senior, I feel like I should be a leader and take that initiative; I just feel led to," Rapp said of leading the team prayers. "I believe our faith should be No. 1 on our list, before the team, before the win, before district champions, before state. We praise God before every game and we praise God after. As long as we give all the glory to Him, that's all that matters."
Paden Patino, another senior leader for the Rams, said actions like praying together are what draws this team so close.
"After we get done praying before we start our game is the best feeling ever," he said. "I love each and every one of my teammates. (They are like my) brothers and every one of them plays a huge role on the field and in my life, personally.
"We come together as if we literally are all family. We are an emotional team. We hate to lose and when one of us messes up, we get upset, but we always pick each other up and never let anyone keep their head down."
The close bond formed by shared faith not only makes for success on the baseball field. The team's camaraderie also means they have brothers in Christ to hold each other accountable and continue to grow in their walks with God.