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#61 Post by seasider » Sun Jun 04, 2006 12:37 pm

Top of the 9th:

Fisherbaugh starts the 9th--his longest outing of the year. Walks the first batter (2nd walk of the afternoon). Pinch runner at 1st. Top of the order coming up. Tyler Davis heading over for the bull pen. Pop up to shallow left field to Frash, for first out. Ritchie Price, 1 for 4, coming up. First pitch in the dirt, Lopez makes great stop, keeping the runner at first. Fly ball to Wilder for out number 2. Derek Switzer the next batter, ground ball in the hole, Matt Young throw not in time. Runner on 1st and 2nd, with cleanup batter Milner up. Strike call on the insdie corner, ball outside, (Tyler Davis still warming up in the bull pen), fly ball to left field, out of the ball park but foul. Fisherbaugh with a nervous grin on his face. 1 and 2 count, foul back to the screen. Milner calls time out, Fisherbauch steps off the mound. Ball low, 2 and 2. Ball, 3 and 2. Slow roller to Fisherbaugh, the ball game is over.

The Bows win 9-5, next OSU.

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#62 Post by H20 » Sun Jun 04, 2006 12:42 pm

Looks like I gave Kanasas too much credit on my comeback call, I figured they'd score at least one more run. That said I'm not calling anything else and see if i can ride this, I'm going on a trip to Vegas on wednesday, seriously.

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#63 Post by seasider » Sun Jun 04, 2006 12:46 pm

On a side note:

Interesting comments on Fisherbaugh by Don Robbs. With lots of major league scouts in the stands, Fisherbaugh's great outing might not be a good one for the Bows--Fisherbaugh, a junior, is draft eligible. Draft coming up next Tuesday.

Longest outing for Fisherbaugh, 5 and 1/3 innings.

Except for a mind boggling 1st inning, Rodriques did well.

Inouye offensive hero for the ball game with his two homers.

Matt Young went 3 for 3, subbing quite admirably for injured starting SS Eli Christenson.

Who's the next starter: Davis or Daly. Relievers--Turner, Kramer, and rarely used Soskin. Costi--will Trappasso use him for an inning or two?

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#64 Post by hiloopy » Sun Jun 04, 2006 12:58 pm

seasider wrote:Who's the next starter: Davis or Daly. Relievers--Turner, Kramer, and rarely used Soskin. Costi--will Trappasso use him for an inning or two?
I'm no expert but Trap has said Davis has an arm that recovers quickly. I'd guess Daly starts and UH rides him as long as they can. If UH gets lucky maybe Davis would also be available tomorrow if they get there.

Costi didn't last long on friday but he faced a lot of batters. Would think we'd see him tomorrow, not so sure about today.

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#65 Post by J-Rod » Sun Jun 04, 2006 1:00 pm

I wish wright would tough it out :(

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#66 Post by warriorfan808 » Sun Jun 04, 2006 1:12 pm

IF we get by today, could Wright tough it out for tomorrow?

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#67 Post by hiloopy » Sun Jun 04, 2006 1:26 pm

warriorfan808 wrote:IF we get by today, could Wright tough it out for tomorrow?
Mono is not something to mess around with. My wife was a swimmer in college and got it. She ended up in the hospital for a couple of weeks because she didn't take care of herself.

Wright seems like the kind of guy that even sick would go and there and take his turn to start. The fact that he couldn't before mono was even diagnosed says a lot. He's gotta be a miserable guy right now, in more ways than one. :(

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#68 Post by J-Rod » Sun Jun 04, 2006 1:28 pm

he will make his decsion tonight. Ask my dad I've played a b-ball game with walking-pnemonia. I think he can make it

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#69 Post by ScottRobbs » Sun Jun 04, 2006 2:10 pm

The funny thing is that I was sitting with Matt Inouyeś father during the game and he predicted before it started that Matt would hit 2 out. He even pointed out where they would go and that is exactlty where he hit the home runs. He told me he has never predicted HRś for his son, but he had a felling.

Heading back to the stadium for the nightcap. Root on those Rainbows.

BTW..one of the ushers at the first game today booted June Jones out of his seat and made him move to the general admission bleachers down the 3rd base line. A bunch of OSU fans came up to us and apologized. I thought that was pretty cool. They said they were embarrased.
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#70 Post by J-Rod » Sun Jun 04, 2006 2:12 pm

:lol: thats funny. apology not taken I'm going to torture your football team :D

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#71 Post by J-Rod » Mon Jun 05, 2006 5:17 am

Yeah the Jayhwks season ends on our terms

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Re: Hawaii (vs) Kansas

#72 Post by LoveTheDig » Fri Mar 24, 2017 9:00 am

WOOT wHOOT!!

The Wahine beat Big12 Champs (No.12 AVCA), in a come from behind nail biter.

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