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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Quote Originally Posted by redhawk61 View Post
    there fixed
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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Try using "Miami (Ohio)" when referring to the school in Oxford. ... Redskin grads, er, Redhawk grads love that one too.

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    1B Yonder Alonso of Miami University
    playing later today

    P Clayton Shunick of North Carolina State
    started yesterday...may get in tomorrow's game if needed

    OF David Sappelt of Coastal Carolina
    Played CF, was 1-5 Single, 1 Run, 1 RBI, 1 K, 0 BB, 0 Errors

    P Enrique Garcia of Miami University
    playing later today

    P Matthew Fariel of Florida State
    Started today, 8IP, 9H, 4R, 4ER, 0BB, 6K, 1HR, Got the Win. No errors defensively in
    1 chance, did not bat.

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    2007 Reds draftee Leon Landry that went to college instead of signing just made one of the most spectacular plays in CF that I have ever seen.

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Quote Originally Posted by Kingspoint View Post
    1B Yonder Alonso of Miami University
    playing later today

    P Clayton Shunick of North Carolina State
    started yesterday...may get in tomorrow's game if needed

    OF David Sappelt of Coastal Carolina
    Played CF, was 1-5 Single, 1 Run, 1 RBI, 1 K, 0 BB, 0 Errors

    P Enrique Garcia of Miami University
    playing later today

    P Matthew Fariel of Florida State
    Started today, 8IP, 9H, 4R, 4ER, 0BB, 6K, 1HR, Got the Win. No errors defensively in
    1 chance, did not bat.

    As much as I wish they played for my Redhawks, its the University of Miami. Miami University was founded before Florida was even a state.

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Alonso just went yard for the second day in a row. First-inning shot the other way to give Miami a 3-0 lead. My goodness he is impressive. I am loving the pick more and more. He has a great approach, great swing and is a leader. Defensively, he looks pretty good to me, but it's hard to really tell. But hitting-wise, I have no doubt. This kid is a stud and I actually think we were lucky to get him at No. 7. They are saying he is "the best hitter in college baseball." That's pretty high praise, but that's exactly what he looks like. He is now batting over .370 with 23 HRs on the year.

    And this is great experience for him playing in a Super Regional and then the CWS (if Miami holds on and wins this elimination game over Arizona... they're tied 1-1 right now in the series).

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Alonso is a monster.

    BTW, did anyone see LSU's comeback?
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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Quote Originally Posted by Blitz Dorsey View Post
    Alonso just went yard for the second day in a row. First-inning shot the other way to give Miami a 3-0 lead. My goodness he is impressive. I am loving the pick more and more. He has a great approach, great swing and is a leader. Defensively, he looks pretty good to me, but it's hard to really tell. But hitting-wise, I have no doubt. This kid is a stud and I actually think we were lucky to get him at No. 7. They are saying he is "the best hitter in college baseball." That's pretty high praise, but that's exactly what he looks like. He is now batting over .370 with 23 HRs on the year.

    And this is great experience for him playing in a Super Regional and then the CWS (if Miami holds on and wins this elimination game over Arizona... they're tied 1-1 right now in the series).
    I want Miami to lose to we can get the kid signed and start winning some ball games for us

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    Quote Originally Posted by NorrisHopper30 View Post
    Alonso is a monster.

    BTW, did anyone see LSU's comeback?
    I saw most of it. I watched until I saw that Yonder was up to bat. UGA just closed out the ass whoppin' they gave NCST.

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    Reds draft pick is pitching for the U too. It will be good to see what he's got.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grande Donkey View Post
    Reds draft pick is pitching for the U too. It will be good to see what he's got.
    Was just about to post this, everyone turn on to ESPN2 to check out Enrique Garcia.

    He's got a fastball and splitter from what I can see (he was a closer last year..now is a starter), i'm sure they'll try to get him to develop another pitch over time.
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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    keeping the ball down. bad hop to Yonder

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    That ball just ate Yonder up. That was a tough play but one that he probably should have made.

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    The SEC was grossly overrated this year for some reason. Getting 9 teams into the field with a possibility of only 1 getting into the CWS.

    THen you have the ACC who might get 3 teams in the CWS. Why the slurpfest for the SEC?

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    Re: Reds draft picks playing in College World Series/Super Regionals

    This is the first year i've ever watched college baseball (didn't get cable till a month ago) and I really enjoy it. The atmosphere is great and there is a ton of emotion.
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