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Ryan Tucker numbers today in the CGL 4IN 2H 1BB 7K nice work by the kid I like the fact that he brought down his walks

 

yesterday Sean West went 4IN 3H 3K nice :thumbup

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Saw Tucker today - He pitched outstanding. His fastball had a high of 95 and was consistently 93-94. He also showed a GREAT Uncle Charley. He reminds me a lot of Josh beckett

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Ryan Tucker numbers today in the CGL 4IN 2H 1BB 7K nice work by the kid I like the fact that he brought down his walks

 

yesterday Sean West went 4IN 3H 3K? nice :thumbup

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Saw Tucker today - He pitched outstanding. His fastball had a high of 95 and was consistently 93-94. He also showed a GREAT Uncle Charley. He reminds me a lot of Josh beckett

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What three pitch are they working on with him? a change?

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Chris Volstad got rough up a little today taken the lose 6IN 8H 3ER 4K, I think this was the first time the kid has gone 6IN, so he might have gotten a little tired.

 

 

Being from the UK, not sure how the whole High School baseball system works, I was wondering, do they pitch less often in school (more rest), or find it relatively easy, and go longer into games (lower pitch count), or is there a different reason that they can go deeper into games in high school?

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Chris Volstad got rough up a little today taken the lose 6IN 8H 3ER 4K, I think this was the first time the kid has gone 6IN, so he might have gotten a little tired.

 

 

Being from the UK, not sure how the whole High School baseball system works, I was wondering, do they pitch less often in school (more rest), or find it relatively easy, and go longer into games (lower pitch count), or is there a different reason that they can go deeper into games in high school?

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Well in High School games are 7 innings long so your body isnt accustomed to throw more than 7 I guess.

 

There isnt an answer really since all coaches and players do thing differently...but this is really the only constant that could be a reason.

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Ryan Tucker has another solid outing

 

5IN 6H 1ER 2BB 3K

 

Sean West had a rough one the day before,

 

2IN 2H 3ER 3BB 4K

 

but got bailed out by a very solid performance by Scott Lindeen our 26th pick in this year draft and Rafael Galbizo the Cuba defector we pick in 20th round who got the win.

 

4IN 2H 0ER 5K (Lindeen numbers)

 

5IN 2H 0ER 1BB 3K (Galbizo numbers)

 

nice work :thumbup

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Chris Volstad got rough up a little today taken the lose 6IN 8H 3ER 4K, I think this was the first time the kid has gone 6IN, so he might have gotten a little tired.

 

Franklin Gracesqui pitch in the game going 1IN 0H 1R 2BB 2K, it looks like he was a litte wild.

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Gracesqui pitched for Albuquerque at New Orleans tonight. He came in in the 7th, and his first inning went fine... got a guy to bounce into a double play... but he only got one batter out in the second inning and threw three wild pitches (and walked two). The 'Topes lost the game, 8-4.

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Chris Volstad pitched great today.

 

He went 7 innings giving up 6 hits 1 earned run 0 walks and 6 K's. only throwing 82 pitches. While he didnt have his best fastball, his curve was outstanding and kept the Nationals hitters off balance..

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Great news !

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wo first-round picks hooked up Sunday in a Rookie-level Gulf Coast League game that breezed by in 2:05. Chris Volstad, the Marlins? first pick this June, struck out seven with an earned run in seven innings to edge the Nationals and righthander Clint Everts, the fifth-overall selection in 2002. Volstad ranks fourth in the league with a 2.00 ERA and owns a 26-4 strikeout-walk ratio in 27 innings while Everts is 0-1, 3.38 seven starts spanning 16 innings as he recovers from Tommy John surgery.b/a

 

 

The 18-year-old right-hander was 1-1 with a 2.00 ERA in 6 starts with the Baby Fish. He struck out 26 batters and walked just 4 in 27 innings of work. Very strong numbers.

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