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GCTiger11
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Member since Jan 2012
38574 posts

Hughes may have his faults
But I don’t think even he could possibly shite himself as much as Auburn’s 3rd baseman did


Stevo
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Baton Rouge
Member since Sep 2004
8467 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
felt horrible for that kid!


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Tigerholic
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Member since Sep 2006
1710 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
You mean the guy that hit a homer and another rbi to give them the lead?


tonydtiger
LSU Fan
Central Mississippi
Member since Oct 2007
973 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
Talk about choke city. Reminiscent of Ar-Kansas in the second game of the championship series last year.


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Tigers2010
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Nov 2008
6573 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
From MVP of that game to goat on one throw. Brutal


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Solo Cam
New Orleans Saints Fan
Member since Sep 2015
13676 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
He also had 3 RBIs so yeah. Hughes would have never done that.


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The Boat
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Lafayette, Louisiana
Member since Oct 2008
102102 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
Neither would Chris Reid

Which is why he should have been playing over Hal Hughes.


Ryan3232
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re: Hughes may have his faults
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Neither would Chris Reid

Which is why he should have been playing over Hal Hughes.

Boat, you might be clinically retarded. Stats even prove you wrong and youll say this.


The Boat
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Lafayette, Louisiana
Member since Oct 2008
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re: Hughes may have his faults
Chris Reid had a better fielding percentage and a better batting average by 81 points.


DeathValley85
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Strawberry Fields
Member since May 2011
13342 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
...are you claiming Reid was better than Hughes defensively?

If so....just man cmon
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The Boat
Duke Fan
Lafayette, Louisiana
Member since Oct 2008
102102 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
Hal Hughes does not field well enough to play while batting .174.

Chris Reid more than made up any separation defensively by being competent at the plate. He also had a better fielding percentage than Hal Hughes.


im4LSU
LSU Fan
Hattiesburg, MS
Member since Aug 2004
22640 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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You mean the guy that hit a homer and another rbi to give them the lead?


Think hes gonna remember that or his shite plays in the ninth that cost them the game?


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Ryan3232
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Member since Dec 2008
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re: Hughes may have his faults
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Chris Reid had a better fielding percentage and a better batting average by 81 points.


Boat I am officially apologizing. I read that wrong. I thought you were shitting on Chris. Carry on...


DeathValley85
LSU Fan
Strawberry Fields
Member since May 2011
13342 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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Hal Hughes does not field well enough to play while batting .174. Chris Reid more than made up any separation defensively by being competent at the plate.


You’re all good here.

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He also had a better fielding percentage than Hal Hughes.


Hughes is undeniably a better defender. I just didn’t think there was anyone disagreeing with this position


Side note: my official guess is that Hughes is going to hit well in summer league (again) and start the season at SS...and everyone will melt


CBP3110
LSU Fan
Georgia Southern fan
Member since Aug 2012
2431 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
They both shouldn’t have sniffed the field in an LSU uniform.


TruthTellerLSU
Houston Astros Fan
Fulshear, Texas
Member since Jun 2018
256 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
Hughes wouldn't have made my high school team. He is that bad of a hitter.


Penrod
LSU Fan
Member since Jan 2011
10508 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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Chris Reid had a better fielding percentage and a better batting average by 81 points.


And you got almost all upvotes for saying such an idiotic thing.
You don't understand defensive statistics.


djrunner
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
3876 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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He also had a better fielding percentage than Hal Hughes.


Hal Hughes errors were base hits against Chris. He also played in much closer because of his lack of range and they still bunted against Chris much more than Hal and he still struggled fielding a bunt. I loved the guy but he was a liability in the field and on the base paths.


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djrunner
LSU Fan
Baton Rouge
Member since Jun 2010
3876 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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Hughes is going to hit well in summer league (again) and start the season at SS...and everyone will melt


That is exactly what is going to happen.


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TeddyPadillac
New Orleans Pelicans Fan
Member since Dec 2010
13833 posts

re: Hughes may have his faults
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my official guess is that Hughes is going to hit well in summer league (again) and start the season at SS..


what is well for Hughes? like .225?

I just don't understand how he stood out enough in high school to warrant and out of state scholarship from LSU.
As someone else said, he wouldn't have started on my high school team, and that's not an exaggeration.


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