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Discussion in 'Husker Baseball Board' started by saluno22, Feb 24, 2018.
Steinhoff with a Strike Out
Cronenbold to 2nd for the 3rd out
Going to the Top of the 9th
Michigan St wins their 1st game of 2018
Klenke batting first
Base hit, safe at first
1 on, no out
Repinski to bat for the Huskers
Repinski popped up and out
1 on, 1 Out
Klenke to bat
Repinski out at 2nd, Klenke to 1st
2 outs top of the 9th
Angelo strikes out
Oregon St 10
Utah tomorrow at 2pm Central
Finish the weekend with a Positive!
Utah just came back
and has a 12 to 11 lead
over the Buckeyes in the Top of the 8th
Next game Huskers!
Still much baseball in front of us.
Tomorrow is a new game.
Well we have a ways to go that’s for sure. The constant injuries don’t help. Silva really needs to address his approach with this staff to start the year. We seem to have major arm injuries every season unfortunately. Not that the bats have provided the consistent support. It’s early in the year so we will see. Hope McSteen is fine. Let’s beat Utah tomorrow! GBR
Thanks @gunNrun !
I'd say it's amazing how few left-handed arms we have, but with Silva, it really isn't.
12-12 between Ohio State and Utah in the 9th!
Ohio State now up 15-12 T9
17-12 Ohio State, still T9.
Ohio State wins 20-13.
Play by Play...
Bad game. Thinking that Ohio St would probably kick our ass.
Luckily we have a month until we play them in Columbus. Hopefully we are stronger top to bottom at that time.
Lots of inexperienced bats in our lineup: Hallmark, Athey, Acker, Henwood, Klenke, Cronenbold (even though he's a senior). They'll get better with reps. Some of those guys are already making good, consistent contact, it's a matter of finding holes in the defense.
But like every year now it seems, pitching health will probably still be a concern.
They will get better. But how much better? Our bats may have to carry the load considering our pitching issues due to injury. That’s a scary thought.