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The Pirate King
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Baseball exit velos from live AB’s last week

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TOP TRACKMAN EXIT SPEEDS FROM LAST WEEK'S LIVE AB'S:

Tommy White 109.8 mph
Dylan Crews 107.9 mph
Dylan Crews 106.8 mph
Tommy White 105.5 mph
Dylan Crews 105.2 mph
Tommy White 105.1 mph
Tommy White 105.0 mph
Gavin Guidry 104.7 mph
Josh Pearson 104.5 mph
Josh Stevenson 104.0 mph


Tommy Tanks and Crews in the same lineup isn’t fair
This post was edited on 10/3 at 9:40 am


Bert Macklin FBI
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do we know who is working at what position?


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Deleted. You beat me to it.
This post was edited on 10/3 at 9:41 am


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610man
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Such a thirsty arse stat, but I am here for it


thunderbird1100
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Lotta MLB exit speeds there from crews and Tanks


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Riolobo
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Have they started scrimmaging yet? Any stats?


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lsu777
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Such a thirsty arse stat, but I am here for it
is it? might want to go look at batting averages at different exit velos


YungBuck
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109.8 from Tommy Tanks is just absurd, does anyone know Crews highest exit velo?


Conman23
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I know he hit one 111.5, but I can't remember if that's his best.


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exit velos don't get you to Omaha
timely hitting, consistent starting pitching and much better defense than lsu played last year is what will get them to Omaha

Scrimmages begin Thurs, Fri and Sun of this week - Sun will be at noon.


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The Pirate King
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timely hitting, consistent starting pitching and much better defense than lsu played last year is what will get them to Omaha


I don’t think there’s a fall preseason pre-scrimmage metric for timely hitting. Just enjoy the fact we have two of the top hitters in the country.


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SammyTiger
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Do you think it’s a coincidence that the guys with the top exit velocity are also our both batted over .350 with 20+ HRs last year?


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LSUstudent4life
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How do college exit velocities differ from the pros? I assume they’re much higher with the different bats.


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How do college exit velocities differ from the pros? I assume they’re much higher with the different bats.

Not really. Professionals still average higher exit velo's even with wood bats. Pros are on a different level when it comes to generating power.


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geauxtigers33
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exit velos don't get you to Omaha timely hitting, consistent starting pitching and much better defense than lsu played last year is what will get them to Omaha


Thanks. We all needed to know this on a post that is just talking about exit velos. Got to keep an eye on the prize. No need to just enjoy one thing first.


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UpToPar
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exit velos don't get you to Omaha


Neither does having pitchers that sit in the upper 90s, but it sure as hell helps.


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quote:

Tommy White 109.8 mph
Dylan Crews 107.9 mph
Dylan Crews 106.8 mph
Tommy White 105.5 mph
Dylan Crews 105.2 mph
Tommy White 105.1 mph
Tommy White 105.0 mph





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Topwater Trout
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How do college exit velocities differ from the pros? I assume they’re much higher with the different bats.



wooden bats just have smaller sweet spots but i have seen some 120's from stanton and i think the rookie ss for pitt hit the hardest one this year (i am not sure) just within last few weeks


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MLB players also learn how to use every part of their body to create power. Something that takes years and thousands of swings to truly learn.


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Lester Earl
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exit velos don't get you to Omaha


Exit velo is more of a process-oriented metric rather than a result-based one.

It doesn’t mean every hard hit is a base hit, but guys with the most consistent barrels are generally going to be your best hitters over time.


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