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    One could learn a lot hanging around here - but to do so, one must pay attention to the things other Cajun Fans post. It is amazing the wealth of knowledge on these boards from ordinary regular posters.

    CajunVic

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    Damn. Had no idea. Thatís a shame.
    I had no idea either.

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    The foul poles are still up and they built a wiffle ball
    park where home plate used to be.


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  5. #50

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    Pitching still dealing bottom 6 Virginia 1 DB 2.

    CajunVic

  6. #51

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    Oh well, Virginia hits a grand slam in the bottom of 7th and goes to CWS

    CajunVic

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    UVA is a threat with that staff. Teel is lethal too.

    Was hoping to see DBU make the CWS but oh well. They’ll be back. Well coached and plenty of talent.


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    HOUCajun's Avatar HOUCajun is online now Ragin Cajuns of Louisiana Ragin' Cajuns Fan for Sure

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    Some Outstanding defense in the DBU/UVA game


  9. #54

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    Miss St is putting to the Catholics. 7 1 bottom of 2 and Miss St still batting.

    CajunVic

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    Dawgs bombing Irish in Starkville. 7-1 B2.

    Beau Cajun

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    Quote Originally Posted by BeauCajun View Post
    Dawgs bombing Irish in Starkville. 7-1 B2.
    The Catholics are on their third pitcher in the 2nd and he can’t throw a strike. I think it may be over for the Catholics.
    CajunVic

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    Quote Originally Posted by MDMullet8 View Post
    I think Vanderbilt is the favorite due to pitching although I’m hoping Tennessee wins it all. Like someone previously said, the vols won’t be jacking the ball around in TDA. They play in a very hitter friendly park up in Knoxville.

    As for all the other stuff, give it a rest or just don’t engage vic. One board was ruined with all that nonsense and he’s trying his damndest to do the same here.
    I also think Vandy will win it. The ignore button works wonders.

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    I cannot help but think a couple of moves by Dave Van Horn (Arkansas) and Link Jarrett (Notre Dame) were not the best decisions this weekend. Both coaches threw key relievers in Game #2 action to close their respective games ... bringing them back the very next day for critical duty.

    In the case of Kopps, he threw 2 innings (21 pitches) to close Game #2 vs. NC State Saturday ... and then took his first loss of the season in Game #3 yesterday, going 8 innings (118 pitches). Now, he still pitched a solid game (only three earned runs). But it was not nearly Kopps like. He has been utterly dominating teams. You could tell early on his command was off a bit and the result was his worst appearance of the season (he only yielded 6 ER all season in over 80 innings entering yesterday). It would have been quite interesting to see how Kopps would have fared had he not thrown the prior day.

    As for Link Jarrett, Rao did not start tonight's game ... but everyone knew that the starter, Mercer, would be on a very short leash. Rao and Kolhepp are Notre Dame's best bullpen arms and Kohlhepp threw 78 high stress pitches on Saturday. So knowing you would need Rao on Monday, why do you have him close yesterday's game (1 2/3 IP, 21 pitches) ... entering the game in the 8th with a 9-1 lead? Well ... Rao was shelled tonight relieving Mercer with no outs in the 2nd inning. Rao did not make it out of the 2nd inning.

    Brian


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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneGolfin View Post
    I cannot help but think a couple of moves by Dave Van Horn (Arkansas) and Link Jarrett (Notre Dame) were not the best decisions this weekend. Both coaches threw key relievers in Game #2 action to close their respective games ... bringing them back the very next day for critical duty.

    In the case of Kopps, he threw 2 innings (21 pitches) to close Game #2 vs. NC State Saturday ... and then took his first loss of the season in Game #3 yesterday, going 8 innings (118 pitches). Now, he still pitched a solid game (only three earned runs). But it was not nearly Kopps like. He has been utterly dominating teams. You could tell early on his command was off a bit and the result was his worst appearance of the season (he only yielded 6 ER all season in over 80 innings entering yesterday). It would have been quite interesting to see how Kopps would have fared had he not thrown the prior day.

    As for Link Jarrett, Rao did not start tonight's game ... but everyone knew that the starter, Mercer, would be on a very short leash. Rao and Kolhepp are Notre Dame's best bullpen arms and Kohlhepp threw 78 high stress pitches on Saturday. So knowing you would need Rao on Monday, why do you have him close yesterday's game (1 2/3 IP, 21 pitches) ... entering the game in the 8th with a 9-1 lead? Well ... Rao was shelled tonight relieving Mercer with no outs in the 2nd inning. Rao did not make it out of the 2nd inning.

    Brian
    Sounds like they hit the panic button.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GoneGolfin View Post
    I cannot help but think a couple of moves by Dave Van Horn (Arkansas) and Link Jarrett (Notre Dame) were not the best decisions this weekend. Both coaches threw key relievers in Game #2 action to close their respective games ... bringing them back the very next day for critical duty.

    In the case of Kopps, he threw 2 innings (21 pitches) to close Game #2 vs. NC State Saturday ... and then took his first loss of the season in Game #3 yesterday, going 8 innings (118 pitches). Now, he still pitched a solid game (only three earned runs). But it was not nearly Kopps like. He has been utterly dominating teams. You could tell early on his command was off a bit and the result was his worst appearance of the season (he only yielded 6 ER all season in over 80 innings entering yesterday). It would have been quite interesting to see how Kopps would have fared had he not thrown the prior day.

    As for Link Jarrett, Rao did not start tonight's game ... but everyone knew that the starter, Mercer, would be on a very short leash. Rao and Kolhepp are Notre Dame's best bullpen arms and Kohlhepp threw 78 high stress pitches on Saturday. So knowing you would need Rao on Monday, why do you have him close yesterday's game (1 2/3 IP, 21 pitches) ... entering the game in the 8th with a 9-1 lead? Well ... Rao was shelled tonight relieving Mercer with no outs in the 2nd inning. Rao did not make it out of the 2nd inning.

    Brian
    When you have to win two, playing today like there is no tomorrow usually does not work.
    CajunVic

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