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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #45 on: May 19, 2010, 09:41:47 pm »
Wooster falls to PS-B 10-8 in 10 innings.

MARIETTA will play WOOSTER tomorrow morning at 9:30am, and if one of them wants to advance to Appleton they must win SIX games in 3 days.

thanks NCAA for this wonderful 7-team bracket!! :)  lol

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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #46 on: May 19, 2010, 10:45:02 pm »
Thats what happens when you drop the first game  :P

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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #47 on: May 19, 2010, 11:23:17 pm »
By the way, looking at Manhattanville's pitching for tonight's game, I think they must have the worst pitching i have ever seen in the playoffs. Their number #1 starter has an ERA over 9.00

What's your over/under for total runs in that game?

The ERA for manhattanville is decieving right now. Midway through the season they had a 14 team ERA and has been declining ever since...(When they say the only way to go is up that would be the opposite)..They started playing really well the second half of the year and when their pitchers started to settle down their hitters stayed hot.

With that being said They will most likely let up 8 or 9 tonight and I will take the over set at 19 for both teams ;D.

Everyone lost that bet.  Kean wins 3-0.  Kean is looking to be in a good spot as they got a complete game 5-hitter from their #5 or #6 starter tonight.  Not a bad gamble.

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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #48 on: May 19, 2010, 11:31:12 pm »
By the way, looking at Manhattanville's pitching for tonight's game, I think they must have the worst pitching i have ever seen in the playoffs. Their number #1 starter has an ERA over 9.00

What's your over/under for total runs in that game?

The ERA for manhattanville is decieving right now. Midway through the season they had a 14 team ERA and has been declining ever since...(When they say the only way to go is up that would be the opposite)..They started playing really well the second half of the year and when their pitchers started to settle down their hitters stayed hot.

With that being said They will most likely let up 8 or 9 tonight and I will take the over set at 19 for both teams ;D.

Everyone lost that bet.  Kean wins 3-0.  Kean is looking to be in a good spot as they got a complete game 5-hitter from their #5 or #6 starter tonight.  Not a bad gamble.

They always save their #1. They did in 2007 with Joe Augustine as well and beat Chez Angeloni in the Winners bracket final.

I expect them to save Cesare for Hopkins or Keystone in round 3.

I like that strategy. Why waste Cesare against Manhattanville? If you cant beat Manhattanville with your #2 or #3, you wont win the whole thing anyways...

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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #49 on: May 19, 2010, 11:54:41 pm »
In a six team regional, game four is intended to send either the 5th or 6th seed packing.  In the Central, it will make either #1 or #2 the first team out. ;)

As a Titan fan, I'm rooting for Ripon to be the next team going home. ;)

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Re: 2010 Regionals Day 1 in-game discussions
« Reply #50 on: May 20, 2010, 01:13:43 am »
In a six team regional, game four is intended to send either the 5th or 6th seed packing.  In the Central, it will make either #1 or #2 the first team out. ;)

As a Titan fan, I'm rooting for Ripon to be the next team going home. ;)
Same here in the Midwest, St. Scholastica is on the chopping block then against Whitewater...
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