Nick Browne is trying to work the middle of the field.
Mike Krusinski is trying to remain relaxed.
Chris Jones is trying to stay back on the baseball.
None of the Bishop Eustace players is trying to hit home runs.
But the Bash Brothers have been clearing the fences at a remarkable rate.
Through the first half of the season, Browne, Krusinski and Jones have combined for 20 home runs as Bishop Eustace has fashioned a 16-1 record and grabbed the No. 1 spot in The Inquirer Top 10 rankings.
"I'm just trying to stay back and swing at good pitches," said Browne, a junior rightfielder who leads South Jersey with eight home runs after hitting a grand slam in the top of the ninth inning of Bishop Eustace's 10-6 win over Paul VI on Saturday.