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  1. reetings! I come from the East, bringing the game of 19th Century Base Ball (two words back then) to Nebraska! I have played Vintage Base Ball for 6 years back home in Boston, but upon moving here realized it doesn't exist! So I have taken it upon myself to start up Lincoln's first ever vintage base ball organization. Vintage baseball has THRIVED in New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest. I have played against dozens of clubs from 13 states and even Canada. Vintage baseball is a great family event to attend, there are never admission or ticket fees, and we play on ope
  2. Greetings! I come from the East, bringing the game of 19th Century Base Ball (two words back then) to Nebraska! I have played Vintage Base Ball for 6 years back home in Boston, but upon moving here realized it doesn't exist! So I have taken it upon myself to start up Lincoln's first ever vintage base ball organization. Vintage baseball has THRIVED in New England, New York, the Mid-Atlantic, and the Midwest. I have played against dozens of clubs from 13 states and even Canada. Vintage baseball is a great family event to attend, there are never admission or ticket fees, and we play on
  3. http://www.huskers.com/ViewArticle.dbml?SPSID=101&SPID=33&DB_LANG=C&DB_OEM_ID=100&ATCLID=209368637 Just a friendly FYI. Baseball season is just around the corner...as is a B1G Baseball Title, right?
  4. 6:30pm Tuesday 03/26/2013 in Manhattan, KS FYI, the game is being broadcast on Fox Sports Midwest for the Nebraska-based fans, and Fox College Sports (Atlantic...for some reason) outside of the Fox Sports Midwest footprint. Weather is forecasted to be 45F for the high tomorrow, so chilly conditions, but par for the course for midwest NCAA baseball. :-|
  5. Starters Nebraska is two wins away from their 2,000th win in school history. Should be an interesting series. We SHOULD sweep the wildcats.
  6. Tuesday, March 19th at 8:00pm CST and Wednesday, March 20th at 8:00pm CST. You can watch the games here, I believe. I would like to see us split this, but with our bats being non-existent, that may be asking for too much.
  7. Minnesota's baseball coach John Anderson is at it again, but this time, he's making (some) sense: By now we all know about the B1G-only limitations on scholarships and over-signing and the supposed philosophies that surround these ideas. But he also goes one step further, and advocates that we should not only apply the same over-signing rules to all schools, but increase the number of scholarships available per team (something other coaches have asked for as well). Of note: There's a lot more covered in Jim Ecker's PerfectGame.org article, located *here*. Grante
  8. I hesitate to post this because...well...mainly because it came from the OWH and Dirk Chatelain, but I saw this interesting link in his "Mad Chatter" column: And the Baseball America column has this to say about Sparty being picked over Wake Forest: I guess the question is, do you think we were close to an at-large (likely determined by Big 10 Tournament play), or is Dirk just trolling his readers (again)?
  9. Baseball tourney unfurls banner with big spelling error, courtesy of MSN.com.
  10. To take a page from huKSer's book, I'm getting a jump on this thread to make sure the title is right. CSU Bakersfield Season Stats: http://www.gorunners.com/fls/13300/stats/baseball/2012/teamcume.htm Didn't realize CSU Bakersfield going to the WAC in 2013. Good for them. SOS for CSU Bakersfield is 175, their RPI is 163. Nebraska has a SOS of 97, with a RPI of 53. I have a feeling that this series and the Creighton win will help the Fighting Erstads get over their blues from losing the Purdue series.
  11. All-- Just saw this when doing my routine search in my DVR guide for all things Nebraska--BTN is going to show one of the Nebraska @ tOSU games on April 17th at 3:00pm via their 'Student U' broadcast initiative. I have no clue which game will be shown or recorded, so of course, it's imperative that the Fighting Erstads win all three so we know for sure that the game being shown on delay next week will be a 'Husker win. But just FYI, for all the baseball people.
  12. Thought I'd get this up since we're discussing non-con and conference schedules. I did overlook that we don't play Michigan State during conference play, which could hinder us if Michigan State is as they are projected to be (read: one of top three teams in the conference). *04/11/2012: Updated with info from BTN that they're going to broadcast the Cal State Bakersfield game originally for NET, but flagged in purple in case that info was an error on their part.
  13. And here are the statistics to prove it. A team's Pythagorean Record is what their record should be based on the number of runs they score and allow. It is a metric developed by Bill James, who was basically the founder of sabermetrics. It's fairly obvious that run differential is correlated to winning percentage, so it shouldn't come as any surprise that a solid relationship like this exists. Anyway, this is how the B1G looks in terms of Pythagorean records: The table includes the team's Pythagorean winning percentage (using an exponent of 2), as well as the team's expected recor
  14. Big game tonight against Kansas state. Starts at 6:05, I'll be able to update everyone as I will be at work. GO BIG RED Nebraska (19-11, 3-3 Big Ten) at Kansas State (14-13, 3-6 Big 12) Tues., April 3 - 6:35 p.m.: Tyler King, So., LHP (0-0) vs. Kansas State: Jared Moore, So., LHP (2-1) Link to article is https://www.nmnathletics.com/ViewArticle.dbml?KEY=QKUXWRJQBPBAAHA.20120403175653&SPSID=101&SPID=33&DB_LANG=C&ATCLID=205407669&DB_OEM_ID=100
  15. Folks-- Was going through the schedule, and I noticed that the BTN is starting to put more baseball and softball games onto its schedule, but they're using the 'Student U' tool (student-run broadcasts to give kids experience) to do this. Of note, Michigan and Michigan State had multiple games (baseball and softball) on TV over the weekend, while DoNU only had the one Friday night game. Considering how popular Nebraska baseball (and softball) is, my question is why we're not jumping on this opportunity to get more Nebraska baseball on during the day using the 'Student U' tool. Is this
  16. Easton Baseball's College Baseball Preview is up for the NCAA conferences, including the Big 10, which writer Eric Sorenson has cautious optimism for. Of note: He also has the Big 10's 11 baseball teams (remember: no Wisconsin) projected to finish as follows: And what about DoNU? Mr. Sorenson heaps some reserved praise on our team: Now, IIRC, Khiry Cooper has given up baseball to focus on football because of injury, right? If so, there's a gaffe by the writer, as it was published this morning. Now, here's the bad news per Mr. Sorenson: Honestly, do
  17. Except for a bowl game, football is over. Except for the post season, Volleyball is almost over. I am not a big basketball fan, therefore wanted to start some baseball news. Last week Nebraska baseball ended there fall workouts with strength and conditioning test. Based on results, this team will be most athletic team in many years....since 2005. These test were done without Khiry, which he would only improve these numbers: 10 yard dash- 4 players beat the all time baseball record of 1.5 seconds Pro agility, aka 5-10-5- 1 player beat all time record of 3.85 and 3 players were su
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