Get to know: Cory Geisler, junior pitcher/outfielder

Sports Editor

QR: Cake or pie?

CG: Definitely pie, unless it’s a cookie cake. I’m not a big cake fan.

QR: Would you rather have a dragon or be a dragon?

CG: I’m not really into that dragon stuff, but honestly I’d rather be a dragon. He’s big, and fire comes out of your mouth. You can do whatever if you want. I’m not the bully type, but it would be pretty cool to overpower everyone.

QR: If you had to pick three people, dead or alive, to eat dinner with, who would they be?

CG: One would definitely be LeBron James. I think it would be fun to sit down and just listen to what Albert Einstein had to say about anything in his mind. The last person I’d want to talk to is Carrie Underwood because she’s beautiful, an awesome person and a great person.

QR: Would you rather be able to fly or read minds?

CG: You can’t do both? I would definitely want to fly for sure. It’s awesome watching birds fly. You aren’t touching the ground.

QR: And you don’t have to pay for parking.

CG: You don’t have to worry about none of that stuff, which is awesome. So definitely fly because when you’re trying to read people minds you’re all just screwed up, and you’re getting mad. I’d rather not worry about that.

QR: What is your favorite baseball memory?

CG: I was fortunate enough to play with the USA team when I was 16. We played in Taiwan, and we won the gold medal. I was the pitcher for that game. We came back from three runs, and I threw the last pitch. They all dogpiled on me, and I couldn’t breathe. Representing your country in another country was definitely a great experience.

QR: Which teammate is most likely to win American Idol?

CG: For sure Ben McElroy. I think he can sing. He definitely knows some good songs. He’s the character on the team. He would try the most. Definitely not me, that’s for sure.

QR: I wish I could sing.

CG: Me too. It gets the ladies.