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Tiger2411
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
I am on the Crews Bandwagon and just impressed. first freshman I have seen live up to the hype
morgan is right behind him. neither look or act like freshman with the amount of confidence they hold.


Lester Earl
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Yea poor play would be an issue.

We talking a potential all American as a freshman though


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ell_13
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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first freshman I have seen live up to the hype
Lange, Bregman, Aaron Nola, Poche... going back further... Fontenot, T. Walker

You been under a rock?


Tiger2411
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
meaning in a while...as you can see from your list


geauxtigers33
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
If he didn’t want to play college ball for 3 years he wouldn’t have pulled his name from the draft last year. He would have been drafted in the 5 round draft.


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ell_13
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Cabrera


sportsfan
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Our new guys are outperforming the vets on this club, for the most part.

Crews is as good as advertised and Morgan seems to always find the sweet spot of the barrel.

Jordan Thompson reminds me a lot of Kramer Robertson (who, in case you didn't know, is Kim Mulkey's son). He and Arnold can hopefully lock down the left side.

I want to see more of Coleman going forward. He really looked good and if he continues then we may be looking at a lefty weekend starter next season. Weird, I know.

We've got to find a way to get Drost more ABs. I know Dugas hit a monster GS last night, but if he can't get more consistent, then maybe that's a spot to consider.

Going to be an interesting season for sure.


ElRoos
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Blake Money looked good.



I just get the sense he is going to come up big for us in a crucial moment. Dude has a swagger to him.

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In fact every freshmen arm has been great thus far.


Yup, they all looked really good. Really excited going forward.


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tigerfoot
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Liked the arm talent of floyd
Does he have an off speed?


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Meauxjeaux
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Don’t know how many years Crews has (2 or 3)..but this kid has as much of an
“It” factor as any player (especially freshman) I’ve seen.


Crews looks more MLBy than Bregman did 2 games in.


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Meauxjeaux
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Cabrera



Only because he never got any mound time as the only stud lefty in the program.
This post was edited on 2/23 at 10:32 am


Meauxjeaux
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Jordan Thompson reminds me a lot of Kramer Robertson (who, in case you didn't know, is Kim Mulkey's son). He and Arnold can hopefully lock down the left side.


JTs game has actually zero resemblance to Kramers game.


josh336
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Agreed, but his physical appearance is very similar


sportsfan
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
I don't know the difference between a short hop, in-between hop, or candy hop.

And I don't know who Ozzie Smith is.

Did you forget that I don't know anything about baseball?


sportsfan
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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physical appearance is very similar




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Meauxjeaux
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Crap. Didn’t realize you as same poster from the hops discussion. I’m not trying to pile on.

For the record, I generally respond to the content of posts without regard for the author.


ell_13
Member since Apr 2013
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
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Only because he never got any mound time as the only stud lefty in the program.
I was fortunate enough to see him pitch during fall ball. So sad we never used him regularly on a team with no available lefties.


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GorgeousGeorge
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
Morgan has looked pretty damn good


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sportsfan
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
All good, I'm skin is pretty thick most of the time.


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DRock88
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re: Bright Spots Early On For LSU Baseball
I think the specifics are obvious as to who were the bright spots, but what has stood out to me is the versatility and depth of position players. We have a whole lot of pretty solid options at every position on the field. Alot of inexperience, but a lot of talented depth.


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