BYU and SLU @ LSU in the Box

Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Tiger_fan, Feb 21, 2013.

  1. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    Berry replaces Eades on mound for Top 7th
  2. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    SLU goes down in order

    Seventh inning stretch

    Eades today: 6 IP, 7 hits, 1 BB, 5 K's, 1 run
  3. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    Bot 7

    -Chinea pinch hitting for Ross, and singles
    -Tyler Moore pinch hitting for Ibarra, flys out
    -Jared Foster pinch hitting for Sciambra, and singles
    -Stevenson pinch hitting for Laird, K's
    -Yocum pinch hitting for Bregman, hit into RF...RBI...Yocum to 2nd Stevenson to 3rd
    - Rhymes RBI single

    13-1 LSU
  4. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    13-1 LSU is the final

    Comment from an LSU fan:

    "That was a beatdown of epic proportions."
  5. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    LSU had 13 runs, 18 hits in 8 innings, and the reserves were put in the last 2 of those 8 innings
  6. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    Wow. Florida, who was ranked preseason #7, just got swept at home by the FGCU Eagles, L 2-8, L 3-8, L 4-7 to fall to 3-5 to start the season. The meltdown on Florida forums must be something to see
  7. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    Lamar just won 3 of 4 games vs Washington to advance to 7-1 against teams not named LSU. LSU beat them 8-1 five days ago
  8. lsudolemite

    lsudolemite CodeJockey Extraordinaire

    Haven't looked at their roster, but their lineup on Tuesday seemed to be loaded with juniors and seniors.
  9. KyleK

    KyleK Who, me? Staff Member

    TF, once again, great pbp. I appreciate it. I haven't been able to tune in and I thoroughly have enjoyed reading through the games.
  10. Tiger_fan

    Tiger_fan Freshman

    at this point, they took out their starting pitcher, Hymel (he gave up 7 hits and 5 earned runs after facing just 11 LSU batters)

    well, the same pitcher, Hymel, just got named Louisville Slugger Player of the Week after he threw the fourth no-hitter in SLU school history and first since 1979 during a 9-0 win over Texas Southern. Hymel struck out 7 batters over 9 innings.

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