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Baseball stats from scimmages this weekend




Leaders from LSU Baseball Scrimmages (Jan. 25-27)
Aaron Nola pitched 2.2 scoreless innings with three strikeouts
Cody Glenn pitched 2 scoreless innings
Junior right-hander Will LaMarche pitched 2 scoreless innings
Freshman right-hander Russell Reynolds piched 2.1 scoreless innings with two strikeouts
Freshman right-hander Hunter Newman pitched 2.2 scoreless innings
Raph Rhymes went 5-for-10 with a Home Run
JaCoby Jones went 4-for-9 with three doubles and a triple
Chris Sciambra and Tyler Moore each went 4-for-8
Ty Ross went 3-for-8 with a double and Home Run
Mason Katz went 3-for-9 with a triple and Home Run
Freshman shortstop Alex Bregman went 5-for-10 with four doubles







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clamdip
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re: Baseball stats from scimmages this weekend


half-chub....





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tigrbaseball
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I cant wait for the season to start





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LSUzealot
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re: Baseball stats from scimmages this weekend


25 for 54 from 1-5 in our lineup?





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Harry Caray
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re: Baseball stats from scimmages this weekend


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Raph Rhymes went 5-for-10 with a Home Run


He better keep that hair this time around.






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bubbz
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25 for 54 from 1-5 in our lineup?


I'll take that all day long







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bbap
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i wonder what eades did.





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TigerBait2008
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Freshman shortstop Alex Bregman went 5-for-10 with four doubles









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bubbz
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That was the first thing that popped in my head when I read this. Must not have done well...





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LsuTool
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re: Baseball stats from scimmages this weekend


we know where Jacoby is gonna be in the lineup?





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Broham
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Damn, looks promising.





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bbap
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quote:

we know where Jacoby is gonna be in the lineup?


no. im predicting 6, 7, or 2 hole on opening day. really going out on a limb. gun to head ill say 6.






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lsu711
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Pitchers dominated. Hitters dominated. I think we may go undefeated this year.





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clamdip
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Well, I realize there are Lies, Damned Lies, and Scrimmage Stats, but that is a pretty nice batting avg.

Thing is, to get to that 25-54, the rest of the pitching staff must have sucked to counterbalance these guys:

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Aaron Nola pitched 2.2 scoreless innings with three strikeouts
Cody Glenn pitched 2 scoreless innings
Junior right-hander Will LaMarche pitched 2 scoreless innings
Freshman right-hander Russell Reynolds piched 2.1 scoreless innings with two strikeouts
Freshman right-hander Hunter Newman pitched 2.2 scoreless innings






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papt99
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umm. how long was this scrimmage? the team batted .500 with a few home runs and the pitchers held everyone scoreless? that's what I got from reading the OP.





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6 innings each. 3 scrimmages. plus they extend some innings. so if a pitcher gets 3 guys out it counts as a scoreless inning. but then if they extend the inning and the 4th guy hits a homerun he gets credit for the homer, but the pitcher still gets credited with a scoreless inning.


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nicholastiger
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Offensive stats are impressive because I don't recall them being like that last year during practice reports.

When you have two srs and two jrs and an advanced fr in the lineup it should be a better offensive team.

Nice to see Glenn starting out well! I think he will be a key part of the staff this year and he needs to be for this team to cover the loss of Gausman and without Broussard to eat up those midweek innings.






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LsuTool
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hopefully lamarche reynolds and newman are ready





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PurpleAndGold86
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No mention of Eades or McCune. All of the guys listed threw scoreless innings and the hitters seemed to crush the ball. I hope that doesn't mean Eades and McCune were the ones giving up all those doubles and bombs.





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PurpleAndGold86
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6 innings each. 3 scrimmages. plus they extend some innings. so if a pitcher gets 3 guys out it counts as a scoreless inning. but then if they extend the inning and the 4th guy hits a homerun he gets credit for the homer, but the pitcher still gets credited with a scoreless inning.


Ok well then these stats should be taken with a ginormous grain of salt if thats how they generate the stats.






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