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TNET: No. 21 Tigers host College of Charleston

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Posted: Mar 3, 2020 7:08 PM
 

 
No. 21 Tigers host College of Charleston

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Re: TNET: No. 21 Tigers host College of Charleston

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Posted: Mar 3, 2020 7:19 PM
 

I guess the old saying is true good pitching beats good hitting.
We a very blessed to be 9–2 only AVGing 3 runs a game. With 3-4 players that only have 1-2 hits all season. Who knows maybe this is the season it all comes together.
If the pitching holds up vs ACC opponents the hitting HAS to get better.


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Posted: Mar 4, 2020 10:33 AM
 

Winitall18 said:

I guess the old saying is true good pitching beats good hitting.
We a very blessed to be 9–2 only AVGing 3 runs a game. With 3-4 players that only have 1-2 hits all season. Who knows maybe this is the season it all comes together.
If the pitching holds up vs ACC opponents the hitting HAS to get better.


Were averaging 3 runs/game going into the Carolina series; the offensive "explosion" of 17 runs in the series pushed the average to 3.7. Let's hope the bats heat up as the weather does, because a .242 team batting avg. won't get it done.

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Posted: Mar 4, 2020 10:38 AM
 

Absolutely no way this game gets played today.

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