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    Next week's MVC Tournament Schedule:

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    Sycs Outa Sneak a Few of These in the Game During Our At-Bats


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    Sycamores Host Bradley During Senior Weekend Starting Thursday



    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Indiana State baseball will play host to the Bradley Braves in the regular season finale starting Thursday at Bob Warn Field. Both Thursday and Friday's games will begin at 6:30 p.m. ET. The Sycamores will honor its 15 senior prior to Saturday's finale at approximately 1:30 p.m. in front of the 2 p.m. start.

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    That bottom of the 3rd was good enough for my "sleeping pill!" Bradley loads the bases on WALKS. ISU no outs. We score one 'friggin run on a SF for the inning. This shit also happened down @ DBU. We've now had 5 LOB's thru 3 innings. If Hannah's doesn't get his shit together, we'll get swept by Bradley as well. Goodnight...

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    In other news SIU, who is in last place, beat DBU 3-2.

    We on the other hand gave up 4 runs to BU in the 7th and now trail 6-4. We're picking a bad time to play our worse baseball of the season.

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    Starting to question whether Hannahs can get the job done. He’s really underachieved in the post-season. They’re playing themselves out of an at-large and if history repeats itself they’ll flop out come tournament play in Normal. I see a team that has lost all confidence and has no identity. The most senior laden team and they haven’t learned their lesson. It’s an embarrassment quite frankly. If they have any competitive heart they’ll go out and take care of business and make their mark. If not it’s a massive failure for a team that should of won this league this year.
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    Sycamores Fall in Opener as Bradley Scores Seven Down the Stretch



    TERRE HAUTE, Ind. -- Indiana State baseball lost for just the second time this season under the lights at Bob Warn Field to Bradley, 9-5, to open a weekend series with the Braves. ISU fell to 34-15 overall while Bradley moved to 31-16. Both squads moved to 11-8 in Missouri Valley Conference action.

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    Why is it when we finally have success in a sport, we tend to fail so miserably at the end of the season? Doesn't seem to matter the sport.
    Fear the Trees!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bent20 View Post
    Why is it when we finally have success in a sport, we tend to fail so miserably at the end of the season? Doesn't seem to matter the sport.
    I've watched this FAILURE to make seasonal adjustments/fine tuning in BOTH ISU Baseball & Basketball over the past years. In Hannah's case, he's molded an OFFENSIVE PHILOSOPHY similar to MLB, conservative in the respect of "small ball" elements which pressure a defense to make the plays. It's his attitude that by just "swinging the bat" we'll score runs. This is NOT college baseball, where success is also measured by the LITTLE THINGS such as a SB, hit & run, squeeze bunt, push bunt, double steal, etc.

    Hannah's has the attitude of that you "play the odds" (RH batter v. LH pitcher) v. the "better player." I'll cite the case of Chris Ayers, who is one ISU's best DEFENSIVE OFers (good arm & covers significant ground). He actually STARTED his Frosh year until suffering a lower leg injury. This kid had it all, albeit a HIGH strike out ratio (which can be FINE TUNED w/ good coaching). Yesterday, the ISU LFer made an error on a throw to SECOND BASE. Wtf? Hannah's doesn't realize that when you substitute frequently in the OF, it DISRUPTS the "normalcy" of territory & coverage.

    Look @ the DH position this year. How many have "tried" to fill the role given the MATCHUP philosophy used?

    Our SS this season (Dungan) initially played 2B but was moved to SS. I can't recall in the history of ISU Baseball a SS committing so many errors, much which is the byproduct of playing OUT OF POSITION. Frankly, your good SS's have range, which is often facilitated by height...6'3" is a great size for the position, able to cover vertical & horizontal w/o compensation.

    One thing about RP, Jr. when he was Asst. Coach & in the 1st base box...he had the runner @ 1B ready to roll, something we only now see after the bat hits the ball. There's 9 minds on the defensive field, and if a runner can get into the head of just the PITCHER, it plays hell on the "D." We never see this type of baseball anymore. It's ho hum, Wrigley Field-type shit.


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