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In Topic: 2015 SEC Baseball Thread

Yesterday, 10:01 PM

 GatorUnvrsty, on 22 May 2015 - 09:03 PM, said:

Puk really starting to finally hit his stride at just the right time; I thought after the hit parade against AU we might be shot out offensively, but I reckon they had a little extra payback motivation going on.
Puk is a 97-98 lefty with nasty stuff. No need for motivations. If he's on he's unhittable. He'll be in the majors within 5 years

In Topic: 2015 SEC Baseball Thread

22 May 2015 - 08:51 PM

College kids that have been on tbe road for two weeks now. The trip to Omaha to play creighton was a mistake IMO. But we weren't going to win the tournament and we aren't going to host so there was no point in burning up any more arms

In Topic: 2015 SEC Baseball Thread

22 May 2015 - 09:04 AM

Keaton McKinney could throw again, but I imagine they hold him out. Taccolini could go as well. But after that it would be pitch by committee. If I had to guess right now Id' say we start Taccolini on a pitch count and go from there.

In Topic: 2015 SEC Baseball Thread

22 May 2015 - 08:28 AM

Eh, I'm ready for them to come home at this point.
Been in the road for two weeks now. Time to come home and find our where we are headed for regionals

In Topic: Great umpiring

21 May 2015 - 03:39 PM

I think safe was a good call, after watching it several times. You can't expect an umpire to see if the guy's cleats go over the plate by a millimeter or two.

Either way that call went, the other manager would have gone out to argue. Umpire could definitely been in better position, though.