Discussion in 'The Tiger's Den' started by Houma Tiger, Apr 25, 2005.
Isn't 30 a bit much?
cuz we have over 30 bats.
I would think that 27 would be the perfect number, considering that's how many outs are needed to end a game.
With that in mind, has there ever been a perfect game thrown in college with the aluminum bats? Or a no hitter?
Because if they didn't, they'd be batboys .
I don't know about a perfect game, but yesterday, some pitcher for East Carolina no-hit Memphis for the first ever nine-inning no-hitter in CUSA history. The dude struck out 14 and allowed only one base runner - one of his Ks reached on a passed ball. What a way to lose a perfect game.
How did Brady let him get away? Oops time and space warp. Never mind.
Here's the blurb from BaseballAmerica. My mistake, it was a wild pitch, not a PB.
This is the same Charlotte team that on March 26 came within one out of getting no-hit by East Carolina sophomore righthander Ricky Brooks. Brooks has figured out how to close things down. He threw the first no-hitter in CUSA history in a 3-0 win against Memphis. Brooks struck out a career-best 14 batters, though one of those strikeouts cost him a perfect game. Strike three to Adam Amar got away from ECU catcher Jake Smith, and Amar became the only runner to reach base on what was ruled a wild pitch.
you have something against girls in skirts?
I say they get more. You can never have too many batgirls.:yelwink2:
uh huh huh.. you said batgirls.. uh huh huh..