It's been a little over two years since Jordan Ribera last set foot on the field at Rosenblatt Stadium...and he still likes the view.
He did not, however, leave with a similar result.
Ribera was defeated in the final round of the TD Ameritrade College Home Run Derby on Wednesday night.
Ribera managed only one longball in the final round, good for a second-place finish behind Paul Hoilman on East Tennessee State.
Although Ribera didn't win, he was still appreciative of the opportunity to take part in the first College Home Run Derby...and thankful for one last chance to step foot in Rosenblatt Stadium before it closes later this year.