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    Thanks Josh for the update. This program will miss the services of fontenot next year more than we can imagine. He has been pretty damm clutch this year, and last year.


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    Great game...especially beating NSU.


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    Good night tonight at the Tigue. We did what we were suppose to do against NSU. Timely hitting and the pen was nails tonight. Really liked Kellog in the 9th.


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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    Thanks Josh for the update. This program will miss the services of fontenot next year more than we can imagine. He has been pretty damm clutch this year, and last year.
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    Not to mention being an absolute wall at shortstop.
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    Kellog was throwing hard and no problems with batters, I liked him too. I hope fontenot isn't hurt badly! We need him BADLY!

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    I know we loose alot on the mound after this year, and next year we maytake our licks while we get some young guys while they get some experience, but the future is brrright!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunsHat View Post
    _ Kellog was throwing hard and no problems with batters, I liked him too. I hope fontenot isn't hurt badly! We need him BADLY!

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    What happened to Fontenot????

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    Tweak his hamstring in lsu game and tweaked it again tonight going into 2nd


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    Great game and my wife and I had nice time at The Tigue. The only downer is that Cook had another bad start. I feel so badly for the guy...especially knowing he has the tools. Heck...he was a weekend starter as a FRESHMAN! I keep hoping the next time out will be the charm.

    Come on, Mike, you can do it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunRed View Post
    _ Great game and my wife and I had nice time at The Tigue. The only downer is that Cook had another bad start. I feel so badly for the guy...especially knowing he has the tools. Heck...he was a weekend starter as a FRESHMAN! I keep hoping the next time out will be the charm.

    Come on, Mike, you can do it!!

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    He does not have the tools, that is the problem. His fastball is straight over the top and is very straight without good velocity. His curve is good at times when it does not hang because it is a big looper 12-6 type curve. For that pitch to work you must pitch ahead in the count which he has fell behind to nearly every batter he faced this year. It seems he goes to 2 or 3 ball to every batter and that spell trouble.

    Watch guys like Traffica and Parker. They have good stuff. You will see the other team get fooled or swing and miss often. With Cook the other team rarely swing and miss, and when they do swing they are making good contact.

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    When I said "has the tools", I meant that he's done it before. I think its become partly a mental thing.


    Quote Originally Posted by J-Town Cajun View Post
    He does not have the tools, that is the problem. His fastball is straight over the top and is very straight without good velocity. His curve is good at times when it does not hang because it is a big looper 12-6 type curve. For that pitch to work you must pitch ahead in the count which he has fell behind to nearly every batter he faced this year. It seems he goes to 2 or 3 ball to every batter and that spell trouble.

    Watch guys like Traffica and Parker. They have good stuff. You will see the other team get fooled or swing and miss often. With Cook the other team rarely swing and miss, and when they do swing they are making good contact.



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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Town Cajun View Post
    _ He does not have the tools, that is the problem. His fastball is straight over the top and is very straight without good velocity. His curve is good at times when it does not hang because it is a big looper 12-6 type curve. For that pitch to work you must pitch ahead in the count which he has fell behind to nearly every batter he faced this year. It seems he goes to 2 or 3 ball to every batter and that spell trouble.

    Watch guys like Traffica and Parker. They have good stuff. You will see the other team get fooled or swing and miss often. With Cook the other team rarely swing and miss, and when they do swing they are making good contact. _

    A friend and I were at the game behind home plate last night. Traffica is flat out nasty. He made some of the Northwestern batters look silly. He has a pretty good fastball that he can locate well and whatever breaking ball pitche(s) he has are just sick. One looked like a curve, another time it looked like a slurve, or maybe a slider? Whatever it was he was throwing, it was filthy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    _ Tweak his hamstring in lsu game and tweaked it again tonight going into 2nd


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    Went on Josh's twitter after the game. Fontenot told Josh after the game that he would be ok for this weekend.

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    Did I hear right? Did Trask actually get a hit?


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    Quote Originally Posted by MetryCajun View Post
    _ Did I hear right? Did Trask actually get a hit? _
    Yep...and he made a GREAT scoop at first on a low throw form third. Very glad for the young man.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CajunsHat View Post
    _ Kellog was throwing hard and no problems with batters, I liked him too. I hope fontenot isn't hurt badly! We need him BADLY!

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    I like Kellogg. He works fast, throws hard and is tough to hit. I like anybody with a zero era, tho.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dad04 View Post
    _ I like Kellogg. He works fast, throws hard and is tough to hit. I like anybody with a zero era, tho. _
    That's the first time I remember seeing him pitch. He does throw pretty hard, hit 90mph a few times, and I think it was probably faster than that. That gun can't be accurate.

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    _ That's the first time I remember seeing him pitch. He does throw pretty hard, hit 90mph a few times, and I think it was probably faster than that. That gun can't be accurate. _
    I'm glad he's here. Here is his 2009 Perfect Game scouting report;

    Caleb Kellogg is a 2010 RHP with a 6'1'', 175 lb. frame from DeQuincy, LA who attends Bridge City HS. Medium athletic build, projectable strength. Full delivery, good pace, H 3/4's release, good extension, throws downhill. 86-88 mph FB, CB is best pitch, shows good power/spin at times, 10/4 shape. Repeats delivery well, throws strikes. Good looking overall athlete, 6.95 runner, big OF arm (mid 90s), on line throws. Simple controlled hitting approach, has bat speed, line drives to all fields, could easily develop as an OF (pro) prospect. Projects to throw real hard from the mound. Scouts should follow. PG Grade: 9.5/10

    http://www.perfectgame.org/Players/P...aspx?ID=231335


    Fortunately we are deep in the bullpen. Welcome Caleb!

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    Quote Originally Posted by RawHyde_07 View Post
    _ That's the first time I remember seeing him pitch. He does throw pretty hard, hit 90mph a few times, and I think it was probably faster than that. That gun can't be accurate. _
    With the gun at the Tigue showing near 90, you know he was probably touching 105

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