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MrPackSix
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team

1B: Eddy Furniss
2B: Todd Walker
3B: Russ Johnson
SS: Ryan Theriot
C: Brad Cresse
OF: Ryan Patterson
OF: Mikie Mahtook
OF: Lyle Mouton
DH: Blake Dean

SP: Ben McDonald
SP: Louis Coleman
SP: Paul Byrd

RP: Matty Ott
RP: Doug Thompson
RP: Rick Greene
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josh336
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
I would def put rhymes on my list, just not until i see the end of this season


Broski
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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Chad cooley, zeringue, and ryan patterson should all get consideration in those corner OF spots


And so should Mitchell and that's who I went with.


Stevo
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
I think that he'll get overlooked because of the lack of HR's, but he is clutch and he is productive.


SallyWheeler
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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And so should Mitchell and that's who I went with.


No. He couldn't hit left handed pitching. So he got hot in the CWS his senior year. That doesn't make Mitchell an all-time great. Those other three were light years better than he was at LSU.


Pilot Tiger
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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And so should Mitchell and that's who I went with.
when it comes to ALL TIME lsu outfielders, he doesn't quite make the cut.


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Broski
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Those other three were light years better than he was at LSU.



Light years? Really?

Here's Mitchell's career numbers:

2007: .258 (54-for-209), 3 HR, 21 RBI, 18 SB
2008: .297 (52-for-175), 6 HR, 29 RBI, 16 SB
2009: .327 (74-for-226), 11 HR, 50 RBI, 36 SB

Lets start with Zeringue...

2002: .245 (24-for-98), 2 HR, 8 RBI, 1 SB
2003: .339 (77-for-227), 13 HR, 45 RBI, 6 SB
2004: .384 (98-for-255), 12 HR, 57 RBI, 3 SB



A compelling argument for Zeringue can be made, but is that really light years better?


lsufball19
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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A compelling argument for Zeringue can be made, but is that really light years better?

are you even reading the stat line you posted? look at the difference in batting average. yeah, that's pretty significant. neither one should be mentioned for an all-time outfield though, unless you started watching baseball post 2000
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Geauxld Finger
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
C - Brad Cresse
1B - Eddy Furniss
2B - Todd Walker
3B - Blair Barbier
SS - Brandon Larson
OF - Mikie Mahtook
OF - Brad Hawpe
OF - Joey Belle
DH - Lyle Mouton

UT - Aaron Hill

SP - Kurt Ainsworth
SP - Ben McDonald
SP - Chad Ogea

RP - Matty Ott
RP - Rick Greene
RP - Chad Ogea

Left A TON of good pitchers off that list
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Broski
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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look at the difference in batting average. yeah, that's pretty significant.


So we just ignore the stolen bases and the RBI totals???


josh336
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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SS: Ryan Theriot



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Enfuego
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
Mestepey?


josh336
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baton rouge
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
Why did you choose to post Zeringue's stats but not Patterson's?


Broski
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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Why did you choose to post Zeringue's stats but not Patterson's?


Because Patterson blows Mitchell out of the water and I'm not gonna refute that. But I still think Mitchell gets some love for the postseason he had. That has to count for something.

Zeringue, not so much.


On an off note, I think you should not be allowed to be critical of others attempts at this when said criticizer has not done the same.

Get on that.




MonroeTiger80
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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I think that he'll get overlooked because of the lack of HR's, but he is clutch and he is productive.


So far for his LSU career, Rhymes is 139 for 342 or a batting average of .406-- .360 last season and .484 so far this year. If he keeps it up this season his two year average could easily move up to .420


willymeaux
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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if he keeps it up this season his two year average could easily move up to .420


That would mean he finishes the season at or near .500. Aint no way that happens brah.

He'll break Russ' record, but he is going to hit a bit of a slump.


Moustache
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
1B- Eddy Furniss
2B- Todd Walker
3B- Russ Johnson
SS- Brandon Larson
LF- Brad Hawpe
CF- Mikie Mahtook
RF- Lyle Mouton
DH- Albert Belle
C- Brad Cresse

SP Mcdonald
SP Ranaudo
SP Brian Wilson

RP Ott
RP Thompson
RP Greene
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TFTC
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
No love for one season wonders? Peever... Linden...


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willymeaux
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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SP Brian Wilson



Good God no


MonroeTiger80
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re: Your all-time LSU baseball team
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Aint no way that happens brah.

He'll break Russ' record, but he is going to hit a bit of a slump.


Maybe. Maybe not.

Some posters have predicted the same since SEC play started 15 games ago. Arky didn't cool him off. Neither did Auburn, Moo St. or Alabama. Florida had to throw beanballs at him to get him out of the lineup.

We'll see.
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