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Game two gets started at 2 pm.



Posted on 4/21 10:56 AM | IP: Logged

Colton Turner (LHP, Jr., 3-2, 1.81) is on the mound for Texas State.



Posted on 4/21 11:01 AM | IP: Logged

1-0 bottom 3, with Sibley on 2nd and no outs, would love to see us get a run or two here...

This post was edited on 4/21 2:44 PM by A_Town_Bobcat



Posted on 4/21 2:43 PM | IP: Logged

Sibley scores on ground out, 2-0 after 3...close games like this make me nervous.



Posted on 4/21 2:48 PM | IP: Logged

2-1 after 5....we need some runs



Posted on 4/21 3:19 PM | IP: Logged

Cats win 2-1.

Head got the save.



Posted on 4/21 4:26 PM | IP: Logged

Looks like Sibley went 2-3 tonight and scored 2 runs. If he keeps getting on base this much I do think our scoring will improve though I still feel that the team's scoring issues aren't on his shoulders right now.

This post was edited on 4/21 4:32 PM by sweat64



Posted on 4/21 4:27 PM | IP: Logged

When a lead off guy is hitting .240 and the team is struggling to score runs, it is on the lead off man. I agree that he is not the only guy hitting poorly but, if he can get hot I think we see a dramatic improvement in offensive production.

I also think that if Sibs can get on base, a lot of the other guys in the order will start hitting the ball. For over 150 years one of the best hitters on a ball club has hit in the 1 hole. There is a reason for that. A team goes as the lead off hitter goes.



Posted on 4/21 5:19 PM | IP: Logged

I feel this is a huge victory for the Cats. Need to go for the sweep tomorrow. Is State back on track?



Posted on 4/21 5:52 PM | IP: Logged

This is what I posted in the game 1 thread about it.


Originally posted by sweat64:
Last 10 games Sibley by my count is 10/34 from the plate good for a .294 battting average. With 6 walks, 2 HBP and 1 sac fly that puts his OBP over these last 10 games at .441.

The good news: If my math was correct, currently (before 2nd UCA game) Sibley is hitting .042 points better in the last 10 games than on the season and reaching base .102 points better.

The bad news: With Sibley playing drastically better, in those 10 games Texas State is 3-7 and averaging 2.7 runs/game in that stretch.

Quick analysis: Lately Sibley hasn't been the problem.



It worries me that Sibley has been hitting decent (and getting on base at a pretty good clip) lately and we still aren't scoring runs.



Posted on 4/21 7:15 PM | IP: Logged

After SLC Sat. 4/21/12 games...

1 Sam Houston State 17 - 3
2 Southeastern Louisiana 12 - 8
2 Texas-Arlington 12 - 8
4 Texas State 10 - 10
4 Central Arkansas 10 - 10
4 McNeese State 10 - 10
4 Northwestern State 10 - 10
8 Stephen F. Austin 9 - 11
9 Nicholls State 8 - 12
9 Texas A&M-Corpus Christi 8 - 12
11 Texas-San Antonio 7 - 13
11 Lamar 7 - 13

This post was edited on 4/21 10:13 PM by swtsu73



Posted on 4/21 10:11 PM | IP: Logged

Sam is a juggernaut!

This shows how much work Texas State still has left. They need to close out the UCA series with a win and take advantage of a pretty favorable schedule from here on out. Would hate to see them go into the final series against the Demons without having a berth already wrapped up.



Posted on 4/22 8:27 AM | IP: Logged

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