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Huskers vs. Northern Colorado - March 13-14

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T1:

Groundout

Homerun (0-1)

Single

Single, runner to 2nd

Single, bases loaded

Flyout

Flyout

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 1/2 inning

 

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B1:

Hagge - Foulout

Repinski - Groundout 5-3

Schreiber - Single

Wilkening - Groundout 5-3

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 1

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T2: Matt Waldron is pitching - opponents were hitting .438 against him coming into the game :blink:

Groundout 5-3

Flyout F9

Bloop Single off Hagge's glove

Bloop Single to center, runner to 3rd

Groundout 4-3

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 1 1/2

 

Waldron 48 pitches and 6 hits thru 2 IP

Edited by HS_Coach_C

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B2:

Altavilla - Walk on 9 pitches

Roskam - K on a check swing

Alvarado - E5, runner to 2nd

Hallmark - K on 3 pitches

Cronenbold - HBP on breaking ball in the dirt, but they say he didn't make an attempt to get away - BS - ends up K swinging

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 2

 

I hate the new "attempt to get out of the way" rule btw

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T3:

Lineout F8

Flyout F8

K Swinging

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 2 1/2

 

3 up 3 down on 10 pitches - good inning

 

Nebraska will not play Northern Colorado next year.  That'll be the first time since 2004 they don't play.

Edited by HS_Coach_C

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B3:

Hagge - K looking

Pitching Change: Bergdahl (R) for Pate (L) - 2.1 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 4 K, 0 R - 51 pitches for Pate today

Repinski - Flyout F9

Schreiber - Single to center

Wilkening - Groundout 1-3

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 3

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T4:

Flyout F7

K - passed ball by Roskam - runner to 1st

Flyout F8

Popup - poor communication, E6 on Cronenbold - runners to 1st and 2nd

Groundout 4-3

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 3 1/2

 

Sloppy inning, but no damage done

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B4:

Altavilla - Flyout F8

Roskam - K Swinging

Alvarado - Walk on 4 pitches

Wild Pitch - Alvarado to 2nd

Hallmark - K on check swing

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 4

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T5:

Pitching Change: Keegan Watson for M. Waldron - 4.0 IP, 6 H, 0 BB, 2 K, 1 R, 1 ER - 69 pitches for Waldron today

Walk

Single to right, runner to 2nd

Sac Bunt, runners to 2nd and 3rd

Walk - :bang

Pitching Change: Ethan Frazier for Keegan Watson - 0.1 IP, 1 H, 2 BB, 0 K, 2 R, 1 ER - 19 pitches, 8 strikes for Watson

Double play ball is bobbled by Repinski, out at 2nd, E6 on the throw to 1st - 2 Runs score (0-3)

Popup F9

 

3-0 N COLORADO after 4 1/2

Edited by HS_Coach_C

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B5:

Pitching Change: Mulvaney for Bergdahl - 1.2 IP, 1 H, 1 BB, 2 K, 0 R, 26 pitches for Bergdahl today

Cronenbold - Walk on 4 pitches

Hagge - GIDP 4-6-3

Repinski - Flyout F7

 

3-0 N COLORADO after 5

 

I think I'm bad luck... I'm going to stop paying attention to this game

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3 hours ago, HS_Coach_C said:

B2:

Altavilla - Walk on 9 pitches

Roskam - K on a check swing

Alvarado - E5, runner to 2nd

Hallmark - K on 3 pitches

Cronenbold - HBP on breaking ball in the dirt, but they say he didn't make an attempt to get away - BS - ends up K swinging

 

1-0 N COLORADO after 2

 

I hate the new "attempt to get out of the way" rule btw

 

How does the new attempt differ from the old attempt rule? Or is it a rule they have just decided to enforce? I honestly dont pay attention to how they decide to enforce rules from year to year.

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2 hours ago, desertshox said:

 

How does the new attempt differ from the old attempt rule? Or is it a rule they have just decided to enforce? I honestly dont pay attention to how they decide to enforce rules from year to year.

Amend Rule 8-2.d.1 to read “A batter must attempt to avoid being hit by the pitch may not make a movement to 
intentionally get hit by the pitch and must avoid being hit whenever possible. If the batter’s action is deemed 
intentional then:.”
RATIONALE: This clarification is intended to reduce the intentional act of batters attempting to be hit by the pitch 
by making a movement to contact the pitch. If, in the umpire’s judgement, the batter is unable to make an attempt to 
avoid the pitch the batter will be awarded first base.

 

This is the official rule change. I get the part about not intentionally getting hit, and I agree with it.

 

What I don't like is that the "avoid getting hit whenever possible" is being applied in a way that is making batters start looking for inside pitches that they have to jump out of the way for. Big advantage to pitchers.  When you not only have to try to cover the whole plate, but you have to be ready for fastballs or breaking balls or change ups, it's impossible to be ready to jump out of the way of every pitch.

 

I get it when the pitch is close to a strike, but a breaking ball right at the batter's feet that he tried to jump for and still gets hit, that not counting as a HBP is stupid.

 

I don't know if this went into effect last year or not, but it's an emphasis this year. I have a feeling it will be revisited after this season.

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3 hours ago, HS_Coach_C said:

Amend Rule 8-2.d.1 to read “A batter must attempt to avoid being hit by the pitch may not make a movement to 
intentionally get hit by the pitch and must avoid being hit whenever possible. If the batter’s action is deemed 
intentional then:.”
RATIONALE: This clarification is intended to reduce the intentional act of batters attempting to be hit by the pitch 
by making a movement to contact the pitch. If, in the umpire’s judgement, the batter is unable to make an attempt to 
avoid the pitch the batter will be awarded first base.

 

This is the official rule change. I get the part about not intentionally getting hit, and I agree with it.

 

What I don't like is that the "avoid getting hit whenever possible" is being applied in a way that is making batters start looking for inside pitches that they have to jump out of the way for. Big advantage to pitchers.  When you not only have to try to cover the whole plate, but you have to be ready for fastballs or breaking balls or change ups, it's impossible to be ready to jump out of the way of every pitch.

 

I get it when the pitch is close to a strike, but a breaking ball right at the batter's feet that he tried to jump for and still gets hit, that not counting as a HBP is stupid.

 

I don't know if this went into effect last year or not, but it's an emphasis this year. I have a feeling it will be revisited after this season.

 

so it looks like they are trying to get rid of the hbp when the batter turns into the pitch but are enforcing it an entirely different way. good intentions being misapplied.

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Let's see if they come out in a bad mood and ready to play today:

T1:

Mike Waldron pitching for Nebraska - his 1st career start

Flyout F8

K Looking

Popup F4

 

0-0 after 1/2 inning

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B1:

Repinski - Groundout 5-3

Altavilla - HBP

Schreiber - Single to left, Altavilla to 2nd

Wilkening - Double to right center, RBI (his 23rd on the year already), Schreiber to 3rd (1-0) 

Roskam - Single to center, 2 RBI, (3-0)

Hallmark - Lineout F9

Klenke - Groundout to 1st

 

3-0 NEB after 1

 

This team seems to at least respond after bad games.  It also helps that they hit right-handers much better than lefties.

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B2:

Luckey - HBP

Pitching Change: Maher for Brady = 1+ IP, 3 H, 4 R, 4 ER, 2 HBP, 23 pitches

Luckey steals 2nd base

Acker - Walk

Repinski - K looking

Altavilla - Walk, Luckey to 3rd, Acker to 2nd

Schreiber - GRAND SLAM - 4 RBI's (7-0) :thumbs 

Wilkening - Popup F3

Roskam - Groundout 4-3

 

7-0 NEB after 2

 

Nebraska gets 4 runs on just 1 hit in the inning

 

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B3:

Pitching Change: Heath for Maher = 1 IP, 1 H, 3 R, 3 ER, 2 BB, 1 K, 29 pitches

Hallmark - single to center

Klenke - FC 4-6 on a great play

Luckey - Groundout 1-3, Klenke to 2nd

Acker - Popup F1

 

7-0 NEB after 3

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T4:

Single (1st hit of the day for NOR CO)

K swinging

Walk, runner to 2nd

Pitching Change: Abrahamowicz for Mike Waldron = 3.1 IP, 1 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 BB, 5 K, 62 pitches - career high in IP and K's

K looking

Single to left, RBI, runner to second - (7-1)

Passed Ball by Roskam, runners to 2nd & 3rd

Flyout F7

 

7-1 NEB after 3 1/2

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B4:

Repinski - Groundout 6-3

Altavilla - Walk (2 walks and a HBP in 3 plate appearances today)

Schreiber - Foulout F3

Altavilla steals 2nd

Wilkening - K swinging

 

7-1 NEB after 4

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T5:

Popup F8

E5 (2nd on Luckey today)

Single to left, runner to 2nd

Flyout F8 (Umps seem confused, but they call infield fly on the high popup to center that Acker drops, throws in, Luckey steps on 3rd... they call the batter out)

Walk, bases loaded

Groundout to 3rd

 

7-1 NEB after 4 1/2

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B5:

Roskam - Walk

Hallmark - Lineout to 2nd

Wild Pitch, Roskam to 2nd

Klenke - K swinging

Luckey - Popup F8

 

7-1 NEB after 5

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B6:

Acker - Groundout 6-3

Repinski - K Looking

Altavilla - Walk (3 Walks and a HBP today, no official at bats)

Schreiber - HOMERUN to left, 2nd today - 2 RBI's (9-1) :thumbs

Wilkening - Groundout 6-3

 

9-1 NEB after 6

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T7:

Pitching Change: Engelken for Abrahamowicz = 2.2 IP, 2 H, 0 R, 1 BB, 2 K - 32 pitches

Homerun (9-2)

K looking

Single

K swinging

K looking

 

9-2 after 6 1/2

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B7:

Pitching Change: Bogacz for Gorrell = 2 IP, 1 H, 2 R, 2 ER, 2 BB, 2 K, 39 pitches

Roskam - E4

Hallmark - K swinging, Roskam to 2nd on wild pitch

Klenke - Flyout F8

Cronenbold - Groundout to SS

 

9-2 NEB after 7

 

Finish strong Huskers. I can't finish the game.

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