Posted: 12/10/2012 9:15 AM
There are a lot of potenital lineups and a lot of the Freshmen are going to be working hard in practice and trying to push into the lineup. I'm sure with TC, they're all going to get field time and at bats because he's pretty good about developing players so the guesses at a lineup aren't very important...but it's still fun. I didn't get to see the black/gold series, but I did listen. It sounded like the pitching was solid and we didn't get a lot of hits. If they'd used a standard extra-inning format instead of the bases loaded approach, they'd probably still be playing here in December (800 innings?)I wonder, wonder, wonder, wonder, who, who will he play at 3rd? Or SS? Or 2b? (sing to a 50's tune).
Posted: 12/10/2012 10:13 AM
Posted: 12/10/2012 11:46 AM
ClassofClyde wrote: We really are not that young of a team. That being said, Conde and Harrell will have to improve dramatically at the plate. We need Harrell to recapture his Omaha form. Would like to see Tony Kemp return to left field, although he was certainly a defensive star at second last year. Would be nice to be able to clone him.The issue is really not youth, but quality. Pec, Beede and Ziomek are solid, but must yet prove they are Omaha-class on the mound. We'll need to find a stopper in the 'pen. Must hope we get some help from newcomers and...stay injury-free.All that being said, it's hard to escape the feeling that the shy's the limit.Merry Christmas to all.
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