tpstulane wrote:Bearwave wrote:TPS, you and I are on the same page on this. Many of our best pitchers were soft tossers with nasty stuff. I've seen too many guys gain a couple mph's and think they were power pitchers, rarely does it turn out good. ULL picked up a lefty from Hahnville this year. Jr year he started trying to overpower guys and his era was going up. He went back to pitching instead of throwing and made all state his last two years. His ball moves a ton but when he tried throwing max speed it flattened out.
Thank You. When a kid wins 10 games as a freshman and is named All American you don't change a thing. Especially close to the start of the season.
Line on Ross last night
# Pitcher IP H R ER BB SO ERA
11 Massey, R 5.0 4 2 2 3 1 4.82
He took the loss his team lost 2-1
Kody Hoese went 1-1 against Ross
Hoese is hitting .286
Side note the Hahnville pitcher played quarterback on the football team and got hurt in his I think his junior year