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Fall Baseball Scrimmage, Sunday 10/23/22

Discussion in 'GatorGrowl's Diamond Gators' started by bturner623, Oct 23, 2022.

  1. bturner623

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    Orange:
    #36 Langford CF
    #5 Halter SS
    #2 Evans RF
    #15 Riopelle C
    #6 Shelnut 3B
    #1 Thomas 2B
    #17 Tejada 1B
    #32 Talbott LF
    #33 Blair DH
    #12 Waldrip SP

    Blue:
    #11 Robertson CF
    #4 Kurland 2B
    #14 Caglianone DH
    #24 Rivera SS
    #16 Lastres 1B (not throwing)
    #43 Prevesk RF
    #28 Heyman 3B (not throwing)
    #25 Schiekofer LF
    #9 Alvarez C
    #8 Sproat SP

    on plays where Lastres or Heyman fielded the ball the call of out/safe was based on whether a normal fielder would have completed the play with a throw.
     
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  2. bturner623

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    Top of 4th (First Inning played) Sproat pitching
    Langford walked on 5 pitches
    Halter F9 on 89 MPH pitch
    Evans reached on FC, Langford forced at second 4-6 on nice diving play to his right by Kurland
    Riopelle K called on 96 MPH pitch
    0 runs 0 hits 0 errors 1 LOB

    Bottom of 4th Waldrip pitching
    Robertson F7
    Kurland single to center
    Caglianone double down right field line, Kurland to third
    Rivera sacrifice fly to deep center, Kurland scored, Caglianone to third
    Lastres K swinging on 96 MPH pitch
    1 run on 2 hits 0 errors 1 LOB
     
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  3. bturner623

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    Top of fifth
    Shelnut K called on 95 MPH
    Thomas K swinging on 88 MPH
    Tejada line drive to third
    0 runs 0 hits 0 errors 0 LOB

    Bottom of fifth
    Prevesk double to right on 93 MPH
    Heyman K swinging on 86MPH
    Schiekofer K swinging out 2-3 on 87 MPH, Prevesk stayed on second
    Alvarez 6-3 on 80 MPH
    0 runs 1 hit 0 errors 1 LOB
     
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  4. bturner623

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    Top of sixth
    Talbott line drive to first on 95 MPH pitch
    Blair single to left center
    Langford batting, Sproat picked off Blair 1-3; Langford F8
    0 runs 1 hit 0 errors 0 LOB
    Sproat 3 IP, 1 H, 0 R, 3 K, 1 BB

    Bottom of sixth
    Robertson 6-3
    Kurland K called
    Caglianone single through vacated 3B area as shift was on
    Rivera F9
    0 runs 1 Hit 0 errors 1 LOB
    Waldrip 3 IP, 4 H, 1 R, 1 ER, 4 K, 0 BB
     
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  5. bturner623

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    Top of seventh #47 Arroyo pitching
    Halter bunt single down 3B line fielded by Heyman (no throw) ruled would have been safe
    Halter picked off 1-3-6 no throw by Lastres but ruled would have been out
    Evans K called on 91 MPH
    Riopelle 4-3
    0 runs 1 hit 0 errors 0 LOB

    Bottom of Seventh #3 Fisher pitching
    Lastres triple to left center
    Prevesk single to center scoring Lastres
    Heyman grounded in to 6-4-3 double play
    Schiekofer K swinging on 89 MPH
    1 run 2 hits 0 errors 0 LOB
     
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  6. bturner623

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    Top of eighth
    Shelnut F9 at wall
    Thomas 5-3 (no throw)
    Tejada K swinging on 82 MPH
    0 runs 0 hits 0 errors 0 LOB

    Bottom of eighth
    Alvarez 6-3 on 87 MPH
    Robertson out 2-3 on bunt fielded in front of plate
    Kurland single to left, caught stealing 2-6
    0 runs 1 hit 0 errors and 0 LOB
     
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  7. bturner623

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    Top of ninth
    Talbott 5-3 (no throw)
    Blair double to left center
    Langford single lofted over head of second baseman, Blair to third
    Halter sacrifice fly deep F8, Blair scored, Langford thought about advancing but remained at first
    Evans singled to right, Langford to third
    Riopelle GB3
    1 run 3 hits 0 errors 2 LOB
    Arroyo 3 IP, 4 hits, 1 R, 1 ER, 2 K, 0 BB

    Bottom of Ninth
    Caglianone 5-3
    Rivera F9
    Robertson batting in place of Lastres 6-3
    0 runs 0 hits 0 errors 0 LOB
    Fisher 3 IP, 3 hits, 1 R, 1 ER, 1 K, 0 BB

    Final Score Blue 2 Orange 1

    Freshman lefties Arroyo and Fisher both work very fast and throw lots of strikes. Sully has to be pleased.
     
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  8. Matherly87

    Matherly87 GC Hall of Fame

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    Much thanks for the great info.
    Sounds like Sproat is still getting it done. He has been very consistent so far. I'm wondering what your opinion of Waldrep has been so far. I've seen him twice and read the other reports here. He seems good but always gives up a run or two and several other hard hit balls in each appearance. I think he is a weekend starter but is not close to challenging Sproat.
    So far....
     
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  9. 74nole

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    Agreed 87–
    It reads like he brings plenty of talent/ability to the mound—hopefully he is learning to pitch successfully in the SEC during this process.
     
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  10. shelbygt350

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    Without going back to each one of these, how is Langford hitting? Same as last year?

    Also, is Kurland really that good? Every time it seems like he get an X base hit. Also where is that transfer 2B?
     
  11. Matherly87

    Matherly87 GC Hall of Fame

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    Exactly correct thinking there 350. WL is still hitting plenty of line drives but not as many are finding holes yet. I saw him hit one out the first day but it doesn't sound like he has connected on many others. Kurland looks to me to have a knack of getting on with a bat in his hands. I think it says a lot that Sully is keeping him in the two spot right behind Langford in many of the scrimmages. The transfer Thomas sat one the last practice I was at but I noticed he is back in the last update. I love his defense but still haven't seen him get going at the plate. So far in limited viewing I 'd say he is probably a 250 hitter and Kurland can bat near 300 up until SEC play.
     
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  12. ocalaman

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    Fabian not in the starting lineup for either team. Interesting.
     
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  14. 74nole

    74nole GC Hall of Fame

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    He got HBP the other day in scrimmage in his face (nose I think) and from what I’ve seen he’s probably done for the fall
     
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