Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Tiger_fan, Feb 21, 2013.
Rhymes with the RBI single. Tigers win 6-5 after trailing 4-1.
My connection went out, and i was able to reestablish the connection with everywhere but here so i gave up
Lots of fun drama from this point on. The next BYU batter gave them a 5-4 lead with an RBI Double
And then...Down 1 With 6 Outs Left For LSU batters...
LSU does nothing
-Katz takes two strikes then flies out on 3rd pitch
-Jones goes 2-2 and then K's
-Moore flies out on 2nd pitch
Bourgeois mows em down! K K K! Strikes out the side!
Bot 9, first time this season LSU had to bat in bot 9
-Ross grounds out on 4th pitch
-Ibarra takes a ball then KNOCKS THE SECOND PITCH OUT OF THE BALLPARK
-Sciambra walks on 4 pitches
-Laird singles! (4 hits for Laird tonight!)
-Rhymes up, and he takes a ball then hits the game-winning RBI single!!! Tigers Win!
Hell yeh... just what I was wanting to hear. Thx for the pbp.
i like SLU's official athletics headline for this weekend:
Lions, Tigers And Cougars To Tangle In Capital City Battle Of The Big Cats
SLU beat BYU today by a score of 4-1 today to advance to 4-1 for the season. Both teams scored all their runs in the 8th inning
LSU Tigers Baseball
2012 -- 47-18 (0.723) -- SEC Champs
2011 -- 36-20 (0.643)
2010 -- 41-22 (0.651)
2009 -- 56-17 (0.767) -- National Champs, SEC Champs, CWS
2008 -- 49-19 (0.721) -- CWS
2007 -- 29-26 (0.527)
2006 -- 35-24 (0.593)
SLU Lions Baseball
2012 39-21 0.650
2011 35-22 0.614
2010 40-19 0.678
2009 37-22 0.627
2008 32-27 0.542
2007 34-21 0.618
2006 23-32 0.418
from the preseason write-up on the SLU baseball team by SLU's official athletics website:
With six-straight seasons of 30-plus wins, and the top-two win totals in school history over the last three, the program is poised to take a step to the next level.
SLU head coach Jay Artigues:
“The guys in the past have done a great job of laying the foundation to get the program to where it is now, but make no bones about it, if we're not playing in a regional it's a disappointing year,” Artigues said. “If we're not winning championships it's a disappointing season. ... That is where the program is at...I'm very confident in this group. ... We have a great group of returners, and with the newcomers, I'm very excited about the spring.”
SLU's starter tonight is their ace pitcher, big senior Jordan Hymel (6-0, 205), who has a 17-6 (73.9%) career W/L record and last year he held opponents to a .201 batting avg. as a freshman, he was a Freshman All-American. he's from Lutcher high school (44 miles from Baton Rouge), the same school as WR Jarvis Landry
SLU features a pre-season First-Team All-Conference reliever in junior Dylan Hills (6-2, 200) from Ponchatoula, 46 miles from Baton Rouge. this year, he has a 0.00 ERA and is only allowing a .188 batting average. Last year, he held opponent batters to a .201 batting average.
one of their freshman bullpen pitchers, Mason Klotz (6-2, 175) of Livonia High School (29 miles from Baton Rouge) was named the LSWA 3A Player of the Year and two-time All-State. this year he has a 0.00 ERA and a 0.00 opposing batting avg after 2 innings pitched for SLU
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