Five questions with Yorktown relief pitcher Kevin Tomlinson

<b>Q: What location is the farthest from the Washington D.C. metro area that you’ve traveled?</b>

A: I’ve lived in Wisconsin and I visited Florida this summer.

<b>Q: What are your plans for after high school?</b>

A: I want to study biology and become a naturalist.

<b>Q: What do you like to do in your free time?</b>

A: I skateboard. Other than that, I just hang around with friends.

<b>Q: What is the best feeling you can have during a baseball game?</b>

A: Just winning the game. Whether or not you play or not, just winning the game feels really good.

<b>Q: You’re a varsity reliever but you’ve been a starter on JV. What are some of the differences in how you approach the two?</b>

A: [As a reliever] you kind of feed off of the starting pitcher: how he did, what the umpire’s strike zone is, that helps. [You have to be] mentally ready. If they’re hitting the guy, you have to come in there with the mindset that you’re going to throw strikes.

— Jon Roetman