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  1. View this giveaway South Florida Bulls vs. Florida Gators Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls game on Tuesday vs. Florida Gators Bulls vs. Florida Tuesday, Feb 19 6:30 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed. Submitter Brad Expiration Date 2 days and 7 hours Submitted 02/16/2019 Category Member Giveaway  
  2. FEB 15 (FRI) 7:00 PM VS SAMFORD UNIVERSITY TAMPA, FLA. RADIO: BULLS UNLIMITED WATCH LISTEN LIVE STATS TICKETS FEB 16 (SAT) 6:30 PM VS SAMFORD UNIVERSITY TAMPA, FLA. WATCH LISTEN LIVE STATS TICKETS FEB 17 (SUN) 1:00 PM VS SAMFORD UNIVERSITY TAMPA, FLA. RADIO: BULLS UNLIMITED WATCH LISTEN LIVE STATS TICKETS Season kicks off tomorrow night, you can watch this series on youtube. I hope we will now be able to watch with sound, fingers crossed. About Samford: Samford baseball picked to win SoCon “We were really strong last year, winning our conference tournament. We return the bulk of our offense so you kind of except the high expectations, but we really have a tough task replacing our bullpen. We have three former pitchers who are professional baseball players that were on our team last year so replacing them is going to be a challenge for us,” Samford head baseball coach Casey Dunn said."
  3. An injury ended his football dreams. His strong arm rekindled his baseball ones with Marlins- Full story Tommy Eveld was one injury — one dislodged helmet — from taking over at quarterback for the University of South Florida. The year was 2012.
  4. View this giveaway Two Tickets to USF Bulls Baseball vs. Samford 2/17 Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls Sunday (Game 3) vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Sunday, Feb 17 1:00 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed. Submitter Brad Expiration Date 5 days and 6 hours Submitted 02/10/2019 Category Member Giveaway  
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    Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls game on Tuesday vs. Florida Gators Bulls vs. Florida Tuesday, Feb 19 6:30 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed.
  6. View this giveaway Two Tickets to USF Bulls Baseball vs. Samford 2/16 Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls Saturday (Game 2) vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Saturday, Feb 16 6:30 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed. Submitter Brad Expiration Date 4 days and 6 hours Submitted 02/10/2019 Category Member Giveaway  
  7. Q&A: USF baseball coach Billy Mohl If you think the USF football team's 2019 non-conference schedule is enticing, check out the baseball team's slate. Florida and FSU both come to Tampa for one-off engagements, while Samford (last seen knocking the 'Noles from the '18 NCAA Tournament) arrives this weekend for a three-game set. The Bulls even visit Port Charlotte on March 5 for an exhibition against the Rays. Second-year coach Billy Mohl, whose club is seeking its third consecutive NCAA berth, addressed the Bulls' schedule and lineup recently. Here are some excerpts.
  8. View this giveaway USF Bulls Baseball - Season Opener vs. Samford This is a ticket giveaway open to all site donors. It is for two tickets to the Bulls 2019 Season Opener vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Friday, Feb 15 7:00 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed. Submitter Brad Expiration Date 2 days and 38 minutes Submitted 02/03/2019 Category Donor Giveaway  
  9. From walk-on to preseason all-conference: how Kyle Phillips got to his senior season at USF- Full article Like most sports in America, there is a steep drop-off in the number of players who make the transition from high school to college athlete. Baseball is no exception. Senior Kyle Phillips thought he would become part of the 89 percent of players who stop playing baseball after high school. But with some luck, sacrifice and grit, Phillips worked his way onto USF’s roster and has earned preseason all-conference honors. The process of getting where he is today wasn’t easy.
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    Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls Saturday (Game 2) vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Saturday, Feb 16 6:30 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed.
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    Free entry! All members! This is a ticket giveaway open to all site members. It is for two tickets to the Bulls Sunday (Game 3) vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Sunday, Feb 17 1:00 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed.
  12. Also, a ticket giveaway for Opening Night! Donors only. If no donors enter by Tuesday, I'll open it up to all.
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    This is a ticket giveaway open to all site donors. It is for two tickets to the Bulls 2019 Season Opener vs. Samford Bulls vs. Samford Friday, Feb 15 7:00 p.m. USF Baseball Stadium Important: Tickets will be delivered electronically, you must have an email address in your profile. Tickets must be claimed within 24 hours or they will be withdrawn and re-distributed.
  14. Theres been a lot of talk about him making the big league pen this offseason.
  15. Some talk about jimmy Herget making the big league club and starting the year in the reds bullpen https://www.redreporter.com/2019/1/23/18193826/2019-red-reporter-community-prospect-rankings-mike-siani-is-12 Jimmy Herget, 25, RHP Highest 2018 Level: AAA (Louisville) Eye-Poppingest Fact: 9.8 K/9, 3.2 BB/9, 3.10 K/BB ratio Most Worrisome Fact: He’s not overpowering, and he’s not the flashiest of prospects. Alias(es): Drink To Herget, Jimmy Eat World, Jimmy Hertron BB-Ref Page Usually, relievers don’t get hyped up that much and there’s pretty good reason for it. One, most relievers are failed starters that get their stuff to play up in the pen. So, there’s already a level of disappointment. Two, they usually only pitch an inning at a time and for a while were an afterthought in baseball. However, in today’s game relievers are as important as ever and are starting to make more and more noise in prospect settings. While many of the Reds reliever “prospects” haven’t really panned out, and we’ve watched them get slammed in major league games, Herget looks like he could be a guy that busts that trend. Jimmy Herget was drafted in the 6th round of the 2015 draft, and since a brief stint in Billings his first year, he’s been meandering around the high minors. He hasn’t made his debut (most likely because of 40 man liabilities) but he’s done exceptionally well since being drafted. The difference between Herget and a lot of pitchers is that Herget was drafted as a reliever and the Reds actually didn’t tinker with him. It’s even more weird because before that he spent three years as a starter in South Florida. He’s reliably pitched sixty innings a year while putting up good peripherals and getting guys out. Herget has a fastball that reaches 97 with good control and he can throw it from three different arm angles. This is deadly for a reliever because batters already have so many limited looks at you that it ups the deception factor dramatically. He couples that fastball with an above average slider that he uses as a put away pitch and a below average change up that he uses to keep hitters honest. To be frank, it’s probably his lack of a real third pitch that kept the Reds from trying him as a starter. With all of those different arm angles and a herky-jerky motion, Herget can cause some serious headaches with hitters. There’s a real good chance he starts the year out of the pen with the Reds. He is also still listed on the 40-man roster as he heads towards spring training http://m.reds.mlb.com/cin/roster/40-man/
  16. YouTube Saw a lot of future games out there and a chance to set a reminder for them https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2hUZIkGfPjlJy8-P0MJjYA
  17. I really don't agree with this. I think we should be around the 2nd to 3rd range. I know we have to replace our Friday and Saturday starters but we return a pretty stout line up and we saw that there were some guys that can step up in the rotation during the AAC tourney.
  18. USF ATHLETICS GoUSFBulls.com FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Web Link: http://bit.ly/2BGMN8c Genord and Phillips Earn Preseason All-Conference Honors Genord was named all-conference first base and Phillips as one of three all-conference outfielders; The tandem each hit better than .300 last year, combining for 75 RBI and 24 doubles TAMPA, DECEMBER 27, 2018 – Seniors Joe Genord and Kyle Phillips were recognized by the American Athletic Conference, both being named preseason all-conference, as voted on by the league head coaches. Genord (Lake Worth, Fla.) was named to the second team all-conference in 2018, and leads a great nucleus of returning veteran talent. The senior first baseman powered the Bulls with a team high 16 home runs last season. He hit .306 with 11 doubles, a .633 slugging percentage and 53 RBI. Phillips (Orlando) leads an experienced outfield returning in 2019. In his first season at USF, Phillips finished second on the team with a .333 average and was named to the DeLand Regional All-Tournament team. He had five homers, 13 doubles and 22 RBI. The Bulls were picked to finish fifth in the preseason poll. An extremely deep American Athletic Conference sent four teams to regionals last year, two of which hosted. Defending champions ECU were picked to repeat, receiving six of the nine first-place votes. The conference tournament runner up Houston was picked to finish second, followed by UConn, UCF and USF. Tulane, Wichita St., Cincinnati and Memphis round out the poll. The Bulls begin their quest at a third-straight NCAA tournament appearance on Feb. 15, as they open the 2019 season with a home series against Samford. USF officially announced an extremely challenging schedule on Dec. 14. The 2019 slate features 55 contests, 30 being played in Tampa. USF will meet schools from seven different conferences and play 22 games against teams that appeared in an NCAA regional last year. The full 2019 schedule can be found HERE. Tickets for the 2019 USF baseball season can be found HERE, or renewed HERE. Season tickets are $80 ($64 for USF Alumni, Faculty, or Staff), and there is a Flex Pack option that includes 10 tickets for $30. For the Florida (Feb. 19) and Florida State (Feb. 26) matchups, the single game ticket prices will be $10. All other single game tickets will be $7 for ages 12 and over, and $5 for children under the age of 12.
  19. "The following is a guest post written by White Sox left-handed pitching prospect Andrew Perez: When the term “professional baseball player” comes up in conversation, I often get asked about the exciting games, big crowds, and how “cool” it would be to someday get the chance to play in “The Show.” However, no one has ever shown interest in learning what it takes to actually make it there." Full Article here: Andrew Perez: What It Takes
  20. https://www.fishstripes.com/2018/12/4/18125639/marlins-2019-mlb-draft-targets-usf-south-florida-bulls-top-prospects-baseball-joe-genord The 2019 MLB Draft will be the Miami Marlins’ second draft under the Derek Jeter regime. In the first draft, the Fish focused up the middle by drafting outfielder Connor Scott, middle infielder Osiris Johnson and catcher Will Banfield during the early rounds. In order to acquire even more impact talent this time around, the Marlins should put a special emphasis on scouting their own backyard. They are surrounded by some of the top high school prospects and colleges in the country. The state of Florida is a hot bed for baseball and has produced some of the best players in the game at all levels. Here are three 2019 draft-eligible players from the University of South Florida who could hear their names called by the Marlins. Joe Genord The top MLB Draft prospect for the USF Bulls is their first baseman Joe Genord. The junior out of Lake Worth, Florida is coming off a breakout junior season. Genord is a three-year starter for the Bulls and will be a key hitter in their lineup. Carson Ragsdale The USF Bulls have a big right-handed pitcher in Carson Ragsdale who will be counted on out of the bullpen. The 6’8”, 221-pound right-handed pitcher has a lot of potential. As a freshman, Ragsdale made nine appearances and pitched 10 innings, striking out 16. He began to make a bigger impact last season, ranking fifth on the team in ERA. Ragsdale finished his sophomore season with 16 relief appearances (3.38 ERA, 21.1 IP, 11 BB, 24 K) Connor Eason Like Ragsdale, left-handed pitcher Connor Eason is another candidate for the USF Bulls closer role and among their top draft prospects. Eason started his collegiate career at Seminole State College and played one season for the Raiders. He started 12 games and pitched in 54 1⁄3 innings allowing 23 walks and striking out 71. During his first season at USF, he appeared in 15 games (all out of the bullpen). Eason had 20 innings pitched with a 2.70 ERA allowing six earned runs and struck out 15 batters. I like ragsdale as a closer. I think Eason could end up being in the weekend rotation. Big joe will be Big Joe and that's always nice to have.
  21. Great news. Means we might see him in the show next season.
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