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    As of right now, no more excuses. We just shutout the #12 team in country. We swung the bat like a veteran team, and Burk pitched the game of his life. Time to turn this win into a turning point and start winning some games.


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    We have given up 3 runs in two games to teams in the top 21. Our pitching should excel in the Sun Belt. Our hitting will mature as the season goes when we face weaker pitching on Saturdays and especially Sundays. I think we go Lee, Schmidt & Burk in conference.


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    Jack Burk
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    Kennon Fontenot

    Thank you for saving our season. That's a season saving victory. Club has hope and purpose again.

    Now let's go beat Kentucky and get this MF on track!


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    well , im proud of our men. This is a great victory. I'm glad to see them step up . This is a victory that can change a season around.


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    Who pitches Sunday


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    If I had to guess Austin Perrin. But that's a guess. Kentucky is a high power offense. And Robe like a change up artist against these kinda guys. I don't think he has the stuff to keep them down for 7 innings but if he could get us thru 4-5 that would be great. Batty prob has an inning or two in him. Just gotta piece it together


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    Burk had his best outing of his career thus far. Just absolutely brilliant.

    Defense was solid again especially Hayden and Kasuls.

    Fontenot finally got the big one. We need him to be our "Stefan Trosclair" this year and that home run reminded me of Trosclair's in Houston against Rice in 2016 at the Shriner's.

    Very good ABs 1-9 with the exception of Lott. He had a couple ok at bats but he still looks lost. Especially with sliders off the plate outside.

    Windham is about to break out. He has been hitting loud outs since Texas.

    I think we have settled into a lineup except for the DH spot. I would put Moll back in that spot as he needs ABs and if he gets hot it will add some bigtime physicality to the lineup. Maybe rotate Faecher in every couple games.

    Stoeke was great. Adrenaline probably caused those unnecessary walks. He looked charged up.

    Tomorrow will be tough. Kentucky will be the best team we have faced so far and we are without Hogan. We will have to swing the bat to have a chance, because Kentucky can swing it and bomb it against anyone.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ULvictory View Post
    As of right now, no more excuses. We just shutout the #12 team in country. We swung the bat like a veteran team, and Burk pitched the game of his life. Time to turn this win into a turning point and start winning some games.
    I don't think there have been any exscuse that have been made. Bottom line is every opponent we have played thus far with the exception of Thibideaux high....can possibly or wil be in a regional this year. And the 5 will not be any easier either. Everyone _____ed about last years schedule, and St. Peter's ..... well, there hasn't been a breather yet on the schedule

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    If I had to guess Austin Perrin. But that's a guess. Kentucky is a high power offense. And Robe like a change up artist against these kinda guys. I don't think he has the stuff to keep them down for 7 innings but if he could get us thru 4-5 that would be great. Batty prob has an inning or two in him. Just gotta piece it together
    I agree. May see Caleb Armstrong come in with that submarine to try and throw them off a bit too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    If I had to guess Austin Perrin. But that's a guess. Kentucky is a high power offense. And Robe like a change up artist against these kinda guys. I don't think he has the stuff to keep them down for 7 innings but if he could get us thru 4-5 that would be great. Batty prob has an inning or two in him. Just gotta piece it together
    ANY chance Hogan can pitch tomorrow?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    Well, tomm we need to "soft throw" every soft throwing lefty we got against kentucky
    We need to Jackson State them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    ANY chance Hogan can pitch tomorrow?
    None

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    Quote Originally Posted by ManAboutTown View Post
    ANY chance Hogan can pitch tomorrow?
    Robe said no on The Eaux Zone today.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougarou View Post
    I agree. May see Caleb Armstrong come in with that submarine to try and throw them off a bit too.
    Caleb's last outing was not good. Hoping that was a fluke. We need another reliable arm in the pen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    Caleb's last outing was not good. Hoping that was a fluke. We need another reliable arm in the pen.
    He is still adjusting to going sub arm angle. He struggled locating inside fastball. If he can gain control he will be effective.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rougarou View Post
    He is still adjusting to going sub arm angle. He struggled locating inside fastball. If he can gain control he will be effective.
    Agree. When did he change change his arm slot? Summer, fall or spring?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    Agree. When did he change change his arm slot? Summer, fall or spring?
    I think in the Fall.

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    Needed that win. they could have spiraled out of control if that would have been a repeat of last night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by HelmutVII View Post
    Needed that win. they could have spiraled out of control if that would have been a repeat of last night.
    Ten less strike outs tonight means we competed better at the plate. We Made a lot more contact and squared up some balls tonight. More productive at bats

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    Ten less strike outs tonight means we competed better at the plate. We Made a lot more contact and squared up some balls tonight. More productive at bats
    We still struck out 25 % of our outs. Better than 60+, though. What's impressive is that we shut out a really good team today that has scored more runs this far this season than we may score in a month.

    They did compete better. Lots and lots of room for improvement, but a win over #12 is nice.

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