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[Video: Tiger TV]
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jeffsdad60 months
Coaching little league many years ago, my second batter in the first game got hit by a fastball and it broke his cheekbone. Yeah, even though he wasn't the best player I knew the season was over. Most of my players wouldn't get near the plate after that. Of course, college baseball players have seen it all, but my LL players hadn't.
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ElroyJetSon60 months
That’s not a very comforting quote
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Box Geauxrilla60 months
My biggest takeaway from this video was learning about Eric Walker being sick. Everyone wants to get the attention grabbing clickbait quote but won't pay attention to actual information.
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upgrade60 months
This is the reason most coaches give stupid meaningless interviews. Because no matter what they say, the fans will find a way to trash in the coach.
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AustinKnight60 months
Seems to be slight over reaction since the guy was out last year and still had a quality year
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Bayoubengal20560 months
Ya he’s a good coach but that ain’t what you say.
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kciDAtaE60 months
I haven’t started really following the team this year, but does our entire season come down to the health of one player??
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SoulGlo60 months
Way to tell the rest of the team they're not good enough, coach.
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LSUtwolves60 months
Also the first thing he thinks when injuries happen are wins and losses, not the health and safety of his players.
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thanksjhester60 months
Agree. That sure instills confidence in the guy that backs Smith up. Good job coach. His teams pretty much run off of talent.
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tigerpawl60 months
Nice unsubstantiated, argumentative generalization.
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