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Go Bulls!

Thank you,

Brad Brad

BrassBulls12

2019 TBP Donor

Everything posted by BrassBulls12

  1. They have really been swinging the bat well all season. Villar has been a real tough out and has been really clutch with RISP.
  2. After a slow start, the Bulls dominated the second half of this game. Villar is the clear cut leader of this team offensively. When we need someone to come though, he certainly has.
  3. Perez is struggles again to make it through clean half inning. Any concern brewing?
  4. Genord returned as well. Great to see them both back. Now where do they fit in the lineup together?
  5. Bull’s offense stays hot as they cruise past the Columbia Lions 13-1. The Bulls collected 16 hits on the night to give ace pitcher Shane McClanahan his second win on the season. The bulls were lead once again by Villar and Chatfield at the plate as the two combined for six hits, five of which went for extra bases. Villar slammed his second HR in as many games bringing his total up to 3. Duke Stunkel Jr. returned to the lineup tonight and wasted no time getting in the groove. He went 2-4 with 3 RBI’s and a double. Tonight you could really just close your eyes and point to the line up and you would most likely find a Bull hitter with a good night as every starter posted at least one hit. Genord also made his return as he took an at bat for Stunkel and finished the game at 1B. McClanahan pitched well once again. In two starts, he had yet to allow any earned runs and tonight was no different. The ace looked the part as he struck out 12 Lion batters and surrendered only 3 hits and 2 walks. The limited amount of walks is huge, as consistent command has plagued him in the past. Hope this is a trend that continues. If so, the Bulls could be watching a Golden Spikes nominee every Friday night. The relievers were perfect as Eason and Korosec completed the final three innings allowing no hits and no runs. Overall, it was another exiting night for Bulls fans. We saw the return of both Stunkel and Genord, our ace continued to be dominant, and Bulls’ bats struggled to miss the baseball. One thing we didn’t like was the three errors, but we will give the Bulls a pass. Sugar Shane might have lulled his defense to sleep by striking out so many hitters. Great night, go Bulls!
  6. Shane has done his part. The offense has let him down last start. Tonight......different story.
  7. I don't know much about the selection process. But if by some stretch they win the AAC tournament, they are in the dance right?
  8. Do we really want to be PU or UP? I just keep hearing...PU, you guys stink. I agree USF is fine for me.
  9. I feel like this is more about the pirates struggles to draft than the rays. Although they have been known to blow a top pick or two.....Looking at you whoever decided Tim Beckham was a better choice than Buster Posey. http://www.espn.com/blog/sweetspot/post/_/id/85392/the-real-reason-the-rays-and-pirates-arent-winning
  10. We spanked them three of the four times we have played them. In two countries. http://www.winsipedia.com/south-florida/vs/northern-illinois So.....
  11. I haven't seen anything and was thinking about making a topic about this in the club. I thought he would be back as well. Maybe wisely beat him out, but I think if he was healthy, we would have seen him last night in a PH spot.
  12. Wednesday was defiantly our season's best offense performance but overall I have been very pleased with our offensive production so far. Averaging almost 10 hits per game and have three straight with Double digit hits. Also 27 XBH in 8 games is pretty solid considering 4 of those 8 were against top ten (at the time) teams. We out hit FSU (#4 in the nation) and posted 27 hits against UNC (#20 in the nation). Those games are really good measuring sticks for how well this team can it. That's what made the first game of Fordham series so frustrating, you could see this team was getting good contact, it was just going straight to Fordham gloves. We also have played most of our games this season without two key offensive contributors from last season (Stunkel and Genord).
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