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    FAU single to SS

    1 on 1 out


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    Victory!
    2 - 1 UL

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    FAU puts in a pinch runner and Strentz throws him out at 2nd BOOYAH!

    2 outs!


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    FAU strikes out looking and Cajuns win!

    woo hoo!


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    That, my friends, was a GREAT college baseball game!

    Good job Cajuns.


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    Quote Originally Posted by DieHard1280 View Post
    _ That, my friends, was a GREAT college baseball game!

    Good job Cajuns. _

    14-11. we are showing we can win with the bats and also win with pitching and great defense.

    Does anyone else notice the improvement defensively from Porrier the season. In previous seasons he was a detrament at 2nd, but he making more and more plays.

    Now lets go sweep this thing.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cajun1300 View Post
    _ What's wrong with Hubbell? _
    He was hit in the ankle, shin area by a hard ground ball. I didn't get to the car soon enough to hear Jay interview coach. I hope he is ok. Anyone have an update on status?

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    Every time I here Jay say 'Hudak' I get flashbacks... LOL....


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    Quote Originally Posted by leeman View Post
    _ Every time I here Jay say 'Hudak' I get flashbacks... LOL.... _

    What happened on the high fly ball -easy play for the ss or 2nd baseman?

    --Man I thought with 2 outs Bourque would be flying and got mowed down but it was a rocket throw

    -When Fontenot gets on we should play Domino and say Fontenot (OH OH OH OH OH --Fontenot)

    -Anybody get the crowd count?????

    -Man we hit some shots right at the Owls---Maybe tomorrow some more fall!!!!

    Nice WIN!!!!!!


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    U need to make it out to a game boomer and check the team out


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    The ball was kinda hit in no mans land behind second. Fuze was playing pretty deep but fontenot should have probably had it, idk how healthy Greg was tonight with the hamstring issue. I don't think he was 100 %. The play at the plate wasn't very close. If that's what u are talking about n


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    3350 I think was the attendance. Probably 2900 butts in seats

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    Great game. Glad I got to go. Sat behind home plate. Our pitching dominated this game. FAU only threatened once and got a cheap run on a lazy fly ball that found no man's land. With the way FAU has been hitting the ball, hats off to Hubbell and Satriano. They had them baffled at the plate. Hubbell kept that ball down and never even gave them a chance. Satriano had it working with his nasty breaker. Our infield is clicking on all cylinders. Bourque played great, made so many stops at 3rd. Strentz is coming into his own as the next great Cajuns backstop. We hit the ball hard. Very hard. Half of them where right to the outfielders. Greg Fontenot is what we want in a Senior. A grizzled veteran who can hit the ball anywhere and can pick it in the 6 hole. How things change. One month ago...so many questions. One month later....we have a DAMN STRONG TEAM!!!!!


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    Quote Originally Posted by lifetimecajun View Post
    _ U need to make it out to a game boomer and check the team out


    igeaux.mobi _
    First base side sitting with 3 Frat brothers and a young graduate student and her hubby great time ---loud yelling and right on comments about the game ---did you disagree with any ---I didn't mention that we have some hurt guys sucking it up and playing!!!!

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    My comments from the game

    First let me say this was a great college baseball game. I love good pitching, defense, and timely hitting.

    Crowd was pretty good at > 3300, but I expected even better against FAU on a Friday night and perfect weather. I thought some may choose the Friday night game to go to with the game being on TV tomorrow and going up against the Final 4.

    Hubbel set the pace on the mound with the 1st batter for FAU and I knew he had his command.

    Fontenot has gotten much better each season and will be a 1st team all conference player and I would not be surprised to see him get some consideration for All-American. He is now batting close to .400 and always seems to hit in the clutch.

    Since the addition of Marvel and Nichols in the line up we have more physical presence and the team has some swag right now. Still not a big HR hitting team especially at home but we are now swinging with confidence and hitting the ball much better.

    Porrier is getting better on defense but I think he is still a liability. I am not sure what was wrong with Porrier at the plate last night but he looked awful on every at-bat. There were numerous times he swung horribly by letting go with the top hand, then letting go with the bottom hand , and took a 3rd strike, and in the last at-bat he just flipped his bat at strike 3 and missed.

    Marvel is faster then he looks.

    Bourque has been magnificent on defense at 3rd base and makes every play look easy on some really hard hit balls. I was very impressed with his D. Also glad to see him hit the double, maybe he is getting his bat going.

    I really like the future with Strentz.

    Satriano's home is in the bullpen. He is a stud in relief.

    For a small ball team, we do not bunt real well. Fuse popped one up last night.


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    Quote Originally Posted by LSUTiger4RaginCajuns View Post
    _ I didn't get to the car soon enough to hear Jay interview coach. I hope he is ok.
    I dont know if Jay reads these game threads the next day. However I love his post game interviews with Robe but you have to really hustle out of the stadium after the game to catch it... I know there are timetables involved but it would be great if Jay would do the game recaps etc, go to another commercial and then talk to Coach Robe... Maybe Robe could do the print media interviews first....

    Again I dont know all that is involved and maybe this is not doable but i do enjoy the interview and sometimes miss it...

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    Good post-game comments, J. That was one enjoyable game!

    Quote Originally Posted by J-Town Cajun View Post
    My comments from the game

    First let me say this was a great college baseball game. I love good pitching, defense, and timely hitting.

    Crowd was pretty good at > 3300, but I expected even better against FAU on a Friday night and perfect weather. I thought some may choose the Friday night game to go to with the game being on TV tomorrow and going up against the Final 4.

    Hubbel set the pace on the mound with the 1st batter for FAU and I knew he had his command.

    Fontenot has gotten much better each season and will be a 1st team all conference player and I would not be surprised to see him get some consideration for All-American. He is now batting close to .400 and always seems to hit in the clutch.

    Since the addition of Marvel and Nichols in the line up we have more physical presence and the team has some swag right now. Still not a big HR hitting team especially at home but we are now swinging with confidence and hitting the ball much better.

    Porrier is getting better on defense but I think he is still a liability. I am not sure what was wrong with Porrier at the plate last night but he looked awful on every at-bat. There were numerous times he swung horribly by letting go with the top hand, then letting go with the bottom hand , and took a 3rd strike, and in the last at-bat he just flipped his bat at strike 3 and missed.

    Marvel is faster then he looks.

    Bourque has been magnificent on defense at 3rd base and makes every play look easy on some really hard hit balls. I was very impressed with his D. Also glad to see him hit the double, maybe he is getting his bat going.

    I really like the future with Strentz.

    Satriano's home is in the bullpen. He is a stud in relief.

    For a small ball team, we do not bunt real well. Fuse popped one up last night.



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    Quote Originally Posted by J-Town Cajun View Post
    _Fontenot has gotten much better each season and will be a 1st team all conference player and I would not be surprised to see him get some consideration for All-American. He is now batting close to .400 and always seems to hit in the clutch.


    Fontenot is having a great year, but imo, Troy shortstop Adam Bryant is the best player in the league.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BirdofParadise View Post
    _ Fontenot is having a great year, but imo, Troy shortstop Adam Bryant is the best player in the league. _

    Everyone is entitled to his own opinion; I like Fontenot. He's got a good Cajun name and he's our guy. I guess we're not "A House United".

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