3.17.2008

Tulane Baseball Weekend Review: March 17

Week in Review:

Mar 16, 2008 Tulane Green Wave 16, Oakland University 0 Box score
Mar 15, 2008 Tulane Green Wave 19, Oakland University 0 Box score
Mar 14, 2008 Tulane Green Wave 3, Oakland University 0 Box score
Mar 12, 2008 Tulane Green Wave 18, Northwestern State 11 Box score
Mar 11, 2008 Tulane Green Wave 4, Northwestern State 3 Box score

Five patsies, five wins. You'll note the 38-0 showing the Mighty Oakland Something-0r-others put on this weekend. In short, a weekend due to inept pitching, full of pings and thwacks, signifying nothing.

Blah blah blah everybody's stats look great:


AVG OB% SLG% EqA(Nat.) EqA(CUSA)
W. McFadden 0.346 0.460 0.462 0.315 0.312
Jared Dyer 0.339 0.381 0.554 0.298 0.296
Rob Segedin 0.333 0.395 0.464 0.279 0.277
A. Rodgers 0.333 0.444 0.644 0.335 0.332
Aja Barto 0.323 0.400 0.508 0.303 0.301
A. Scelfo 0.267 0.429 0.517 0.308 0.306
Seth Henry 0.259 0.295 0.448 0.248 0.247
Sam Honeck 0.239 0.329 0.358 0.219 0.220
Drew Allain 0.226 0.339 0.302 0.218 0.218
Josh Prince 0.184 0.273 0.184 0.129 0.134
Steve Moritz 0.455 0.556 0.455 0.332 0.330
Scott Powell 0.429 0.467 0.643 0.346 0.343

Go here for complete stats.

Five items of note:
  1. I think it's safe to pencil Rodgers into that cleanup spot for the remainder of the season.
  2. Seth Henry, extra base hit machine? We'll see if this continues. Scelfo, on the other hand, continues to produce despite ugly "traditional" stats.
  3. The pitching is deep and dominant. It'll be interesting to see if Loup does well against better competition this week.
  4. Broach's peripherals still look terrible. Watch him closely.
  5. I'll believe all of these Candyland fantasies when we perform against a team with a pulse.
Shooter Hunt, 2008 All-American and top-15 draft pick. Sound about right? Anyway, we have another "baseball team" coming to slaughter this weekend in Sacred Heart ... and of course there's that meaningless midweek game.


Go to Hell, LSU!

1 comment:

Brady said...

Mississippi is having a much better baseball year than Louisiana. Look at Ole Miss, State, and USM vs. Tulane, ULL, and LSU (or UNO).