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ProjectP2294
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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Why didn't Smith get a medical redshirt? Showing him as a JR.


I don't think they sought one out for him. The expectation is that he'll still get drafted high enough to leave after this year. If something goes haywire and they need to pursue that additional year of eligibility for the 2021 season, they will address it then.


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ElOsoBlanco7
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
You can't play in more than 3 games in baseball to get the redshirt, and I want to say he played in 6 games or so.
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ProjectP2294
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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You can't play a single inning in baseball to get the redshirt, and I want to say he played in 6 games or so.


That can always be appealed and given special consideration.


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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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You can't play in more than 3 games in baseball to get the redshirt
You are fake news.


ell_13
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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That can always be appealed and given special consideration.
It's not really "special" if it's the typical medical redshirt.

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Hardship Waiver
Players who suffer a season-ending injury or illness during the first half of the spring season may be eligible for a hardship waiver if they haven't played in more than 30 percent of their team's games. Playing time missed during fall baseball does not factor into the hardship calculations. Each player must apply to the NCAA for a hardship waiver and document his case. If the NCAA grants the waiver, that player will receive a do-over for that season -- effectively creating a "medical redshirt" year.


ElOsoBlanco7
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
I just looked it up and it said that you can't play more than 3 games, so I was wrong on that end. But if he wouldn't have tried to come back maybe the appeal would have been a possibility.


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ProjectP2294
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
Ahh, got it. I guess the special consideration would be on the 6th year. Although I don't think I've ever seen that for a baseball player. It's happened for football and basketball.


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The guy did just make a decent point. Smith did try to come back. But he certainly didn't play in 30% of the games. I think his last game was Ole Miss which was late April, well after the midway point.

ETA: So it may be true that he isn't eligible but not because of the number of games/innings he played.
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ell_13
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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the 6th year. Although I don't think I've ever seen that for a baseball player.
Mangum.


ProjectP2294
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Mangum.


I'm talking about recent history.


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ElOsoBlanco7
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Exception 1: Medical Hardship Waiver (14.2.4) Competition ina single play of a single game counts as a season of competition. It is possible to waste four years of eligibility by participating in just one play per season. The NCAA recognizes that suffering a season-ending injury early in a season is a really crappy way to waste a year of eligibility, so they have instituted the "medical hardship waiver." This is what we sometimes refer to as a "medical redshirt" but probably shouldn't, because, in the long run, it's no different than a regular redshirt. An athlete is allowed a hardship waiver if he gets injured in the first half of the season and has participated in no more than 3 events or 30% of the scheduled season (whichever is greater). The end result of a hardship waiver is exactly the same as a regular redshirt. The waiver essentially allows you to ignore that you have participated in that season and to treat it as if you never competed at all.


30% is greater. I got it now. Numbers a tough sometimes.


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deaux
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
I am so pumped to see Walker back on the mound. This staff is deeeeeep.


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mikedatyger
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
The 2 asshats that down voted, should be banned.


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LSURussian
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
My season tickets were delivered this afternoon.

Zack Hess is the cover photo for the ticket book.


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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
How fast are the MIF, 3B and OF running their 60s?


Adam4848
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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How fast are the MIF, 3B and OF running their 60s?


Mainieri doesn’t let me run out there with my laser anymore

Could you be more specific? I promise I’ll try and answer.


josh336
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
I always feel like lsu waits too longn to deliver these season tickets. I dont see a reason they couldnt have delivered them 3 weeks ago


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josh336
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Im pretty sure mangum was at state for 9 years


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CottonWasKing
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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How fast are the MIF, 3B and OF running their 60s?


Broussard: real fast
Smith: sorta fast
Hughes: kinda fast
Cabrera: sorta fast
Duplantis: real fast
Watson: so fast makes other fast people look not so fast


tadelatt
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re: Baseball Preview: 2019 Edition (Feb 10th- Pro Prospects & SEC Predictions)
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Right now Hill is competing for the #4 starter/weekday starting spot and would be a nice extra starter later on in the postseason.


What are the odds he gets into the weekend rotation? What would it honestly take?


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