back of the bullpen getting better
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back of the bullpen getting better
Posted by TheNightHawk on 3/4 at 11:41 am
enough said




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Posted by raisinbran on 3/4 at 11:42 am to TheNightHawk
Can't wait to reread the analysis later


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Posted by OneMoreTime on 3/4 at 11:42 am to TheNightHawk
Interesting analysis


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Posted by liquid rabbit on 3/4 at 11:44 am to TheNightHawk
It's too dark in the back for Hawthorne to see that.


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Posted by PurpleAndGold86 on 3/4 at 11:44 am to liquid rabbit
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It's too dark in the back for Hawthorne to see that.





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Posted by ProjectP2294 on 3/4 at 11:44 am to TheNightHawk
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enough said

Not really.

There should be more substance.



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Posted by AstroTiger on 3/4 at 11:44 am to TheNightHawk
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enough said



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Posted by hubertcumberdale on 3/4 at 11:47 am to liquid rabbit
still interested to see how we stack up vs SEC. Brown had not practiced outside more than 2 times before playing their first game at Alex Box friday night. I think Glen will be a good sunday starter, since Bonvillian does not have the stamina to go more than 3 or 4 innings. Cotton is a great reliever but i believe he needs to follow a hard throwing pitcher, luckily all of our pitchers chunk the cheese. I think Lamarche has a toonn of potential and will continue to develop into a key reliever throughout the season. Really really excited to see how the season goes. Now we just need to get the bats more consistent.


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Posted by jimbeam on 3/4 at 11:49 am to TheNightHawk
Intraresting anarysis


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Posted by TheNightHawk on 3/4 at 5:28 pm to jimbeam
when mccune and rumbelow get healthy we will claim the sec throne. but i honestly believe if just rumbelow comes back full swing we will be lights out.


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Posted by Dinkle on 3/4 at 6:13 pm to hubertcumberdale
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Now we just need to get the bats more consistent.


Yeah, I heard on the radio that the Tigers have left over 100 runners on base in 11 games. I hope we're just getting the kinks out against lesser comp before conference play starts. I'm cautiously optimistic.



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Posted by tadelatt on 3/4 at 7:34 pm to TheNightHawk
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when mccune and rumbelow get healthy we will claim the sec throne. but i honestly believe if just rumbelow comes back full swing we will be lights out.


Isn't McCune done for the year?



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Posted by ehidal1 on 3/4 at 7:48 pm to Dinkle
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Yeah, I heard on the radio that the Tigers have left over 100 runners on base in 11 games.

Fire Javi?



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Posted by josh336 on 3/4 at 8:56 pm to hubertcumberdale
I feel like our bats have been pretty good


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Posted by lsu2006 on 3/4 at 9:24 pm to josh336
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I feel like our bats have been pretty good


And they heat up with the weather, typically.


well, the old bats did.



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Posted by SM6 on 3/4 at 9:24 pm to josh336
Heard McCune is out for around 6 weeks but nothing about the year, however he has A RS year, could provide nice depth for 2 more seasons if so.

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