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D1Baseball’s Weekly Chat: April 13

It’s always fun to follow the movement in college baseball. Vanderbilt had a stronghold on the top spot in last week’s rankings, but after a surprising series loss to Ole Miss, at home, mind you, the Commodores dropped and another SEC team, 33-3 Texas A&M, ascended to the top spot.

There’s a lot to talk about in college baseball this week, and national writers and editors Aaron Fitt and Kendall Rogers took your burning questions earlier today.

Kendall Rogers
Hey all — we will be answering questions beginning at 2:30 eastern, but in the meantime, you can leave your questions here!
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about 5 hours ago

Aaron Fitt
Hi everybody, let’s chat.
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about 2 hours ago
Comment From Eric
Aaron I think Miami and Louisville run away with their divisions. What do you think?
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about an hour ago

Aaron Fitt:
I think you are exactly right. They both have 5-game leads right now, and they are both clearly the most balanced teams in their divisions. I think both will be national seeds, too.
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about an hour ago
Comment From big12dud3
Why is it that Kansas state get no credit for beating no. 3 TCU? The wildcats have lost many close games and should have a way better record than they have in conference play and as well as non conference? They also feature one of the nations highest rpi and schedules
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Aaron Fitt:
Give Kansas State credit for winning that series, which none of us expected. I’m still not sold on Kansas State as a contender. They have the No. 5 SOS but still just No. 59 in the RPI, still below .500 overall, had lost three straight series before this, including getting swept by a Texas team that is in bad shape right now… K-State has a lot more to prove.
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Comment From Andrew
Cal State Fullerton seems to be getting into a groove with three straight conference series wins and finally transcending that pesky .500 mark. Their remaining schedule is not forgiving though as they have 3 weekend series against top 25 opponents (Maryland, Santa Barbara, and Irvine) and 3 midweek games against top 15 opponents (2 against UCLA and one against USC). How do you think the Titans will fare against their remaining opponents and what record do they need to get in order to get consideration for the NCAA tournament?
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Aaron Fitt:
The Titans are putting themselves in decent shape for regionals, at No. 38 in the RPI and 19-15 overall. You’re right, the remaining schedule is still tough, but this team is so battle-tested after playing such a rigorous early schedule that I expect Fullerton to survive. They don’t even need to reach 30 wins to get an at-large berth if they finish in the top three or so of the conference and have a top-40 RPI, and I think they will.
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Comment From Kyle
Dillion Tate throws hard. Would you guys say that control may be the biggest concern?
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Aaron Fitt:
His control is pretty good, that’s not the issue. The command within the zone, however, is still a work in progress. I don’t know that he’ll ever be a fine command guy, but his stuff is so electric (not just his fastball, but also his slider and his much-improved changeup) that he can get by with just fringy command.
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Comment From Will King
Rice has played up to par lately, but why such a far drop?
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Kendall Rogers:
Will,
The Owls just aren’t playing at a high level right now. Sure, getting back-to-back series wins over Southern Miss and MTSU was solid, but the Owls were not good last week, and frankly, 15 losses at this point in the season is pretty loud. The Owls were shutout then demolished by UAB in a pair of games over the weekend. The Owls, in my mind, have the potential to be very very good, especially when the defense is stable, but consistency has not been there for Wayne Graham’s team. If that can be the case down the stretch and in the postseason, I wouldn’t want those guys in my regional. Until then …
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Comment From Wimbo7
Would you agree that the top 4 out of the Big 12 will make a regional? and if so, any predictions on which four nail down a spot? #TightRace
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Kendall Rogers:
Wimbo,
We will meet as a staff tomorrow night to determine the Big 12’s bids to the postseason, but for me, right now, I’d have Oklahoma State, OU, TCU and Texas Tech in the postseason, but no Texas. The Longhorns are .500 in conference, an RPI of 88, and are a whopping 4-9 vs. RPI Top 50 teams. That’s not a postseason folks, sorry.
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about an hour ago
Comment From Illini Fan
The Illini just tied there highest ranking in school history with today’s new poll. Will you guys be covering the Illini in Champaign this season?
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Aaron Fitt:
I know Michael Baumann is planning a trip to Illinois for one of those big series. I’m hoping I get a chance to see them too.
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Comment From InHeavenThereIsNoB…
How do you see the B1G finishing up? Is Iowa the conference’s best or Illinois?
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Aaron Fitt:
Iowa is a great story, and clearly the Hawkeyes are a legitimate regional-caliber club. But I’ll go with Illinois as the best overall team in the league, and at the end of the day, I still think Maryland will be the better team than Iowa at the end of the year, too. But give Iowa a ton of credit for winning that series against the Terps this weekend.
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Comment From Drew d
I know I asked this earlier but who is the best team in the SEC; Vanderbilt has been very inconsistent; Texas AM has been so good and such a great surprise?
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Kendall Rogers:
Drew,
I think Vanderbilt has the most potential, but I think at this point, you would be naive not to go with the 33-3 team. A&M has been incredibly consistent, has a dominant bullpen, and just finds a way to get key hits and key pitches. I think LSU is very very close, too, but I think A&M has clear, and very substantial edge in the bullpen, though. We will find out more in Baton Rouge next weekend. Nick Banks has been an absolute terror for opposing teams so far this season.
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about an hour ago
Comment From Erik
This is starting to sound like a broken record, but what is happening in Charlottesville?! Also, how about the happenings in Iowa City? Unreal.
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Aaron Fitt:
As for the Cavaliers… it’s just a tough season. The injuries haven’t helped, and now UVa. is having to rely on an awful lot of young players. And young players have ups and downs — that is what we’re seeing with Virginia, I think. Still lots of talent there, but they need to get it turned around and go on a run.
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Comment From Drew
If ole miss gets over ..500 are they a lock to get in a regional?
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Kendall Rogers:
Drew,
Excellent question, and one I was just talking with MS columnist Hugh Kellenberger about. Yes, I think the Rebs would be in with just a record over .500 right now, granted the conference record is very close .500, or slightly above. They remind me a lot of Georgia a few years ago where it literally just needed to finish a game above .500 to get in. Ole Miss has an RPI of 26, the 1 overall SOS, 7 non-cont SOS, and have 8 wins vs. RPI Top 50, six of which are vs. Top 25 RPI teams. Ole Miss’ resume actually is pretty decent despite just a .500 record right now.
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Comment From Drew d
How do you think UC Irvine will do in the rest of the season? At Cal State Fullerton, Vs., AT UCLA, AT UCSB, vs. Cal Poly, at USC.
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Aaron Fitt:
It’s a tough schedule, and I think the Anteaters will probably return to the pack a little bit. They’ve been on a great run, but they’ve mostly beaten up on lighter competition, until this weekend (and even Long Beach is a good club but not a great club). The meat of their schedule is still ahead. I’m betting on the Gauchos in the Big West.
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Comment From Eric
Kendall I think Texas A&M against LSU Decides the SEC West. What do you think?
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Kendall Rogers:
Very likely to be the case. I kind of like LSU in that one at home, but let’s revisit this series next week. Should be an awesome, awesome series, with a terrific atmosphere. I’ll be there.
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Comment From Eric
What is wrong with Texas?
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Kendall Rogers:
Eric,
Consistency, Consistency and more Consistency. The Longhorns actually hit the ball pretty hard in Saturday’s win over Oklahoma, then got back to getting silenced at the plate in the series finale against the Sooners. There’s just zero continuity with this team, and time is most definitely running out. For the record, I think Kansas puts Texas in a very very bad spot with a home series win over UT this weekend.
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Comment From @bobbruinbear
What are the rules on moving fences? USC has clearly moved in al the fences at Deadeux? Are there limits or can they do whatever they choose?
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Kendall Rogers:
Bob — Can do whatever they want. There are plenty of other schools around the country who have moved their fences in during the past few years and what not, too. TCU, etc.
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Comment From Seth
Can you please explain the logic of why UCF (25-12) with an RPI of 48 and UC Irvine (21-11) with and RPI of 46 are ranked 24 and 20 respectively and Georgia Tech (24-12) with an RPI of 11 is unranked? it seems to me like if GT gets their best player in Kel Johnson back in the coming weeks and they take care of business they would be in a much better position to host ahead of UCF especially given they are in the same part of the country, is that a fair thought?
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Aaron Fitt:
We don’t put a ton of stock in RPI when we’re doing our Top 25 rankings. We look more at quality series wins, and don’t penalize teams as much for playing a few games against bad opponents that can drag down a team’s RPI disproportionately. In Georgia Tech’s case, back-to-back series losses to UNC and Louisville (going 1-5 in those two weeks) put them in a bit of a hole, but they’ve climbed out of it now with better play over the last two weeks. Those two teams are trending in opposite directions, and I think your bottom line is right — Georgia Tech does have a better chance to host than UCF.
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Comment From ukcats
Thanks for your coverage of college baseball. As a Kentucky fan, Kyle Cody has been a huge disappointment so far. What have you heard from scouts, coaches, etc. on him and his struggles so far this season.
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Kendall Rogers:
UK,
There’s no doubt that Cody has a lot of potential with his breaking ball and big-time arm, but I’ll be bluntly honest, the reviews have not been good. I’ve talked to a few coaches in recent weeks about Cody, and the reviews were that A) his stuff was just blah and B) he was very hittable. There’s no doubt he projects well at the next level, but for now, he still has a lot to prove.
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Comment From Guest
With Matt Kent struggling in confrence play do you feel it’s time to move him to the bullpen and insert Andrew Vinson into the rotation
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Kendall Rogers:
If I’m A&M, I think Kent stays in the weekend rotation. The veteran has been very consistent throughout his career, and I think he’ll find his groove. Personally, I’d give Turner Larkins another try in the weekend rotation if I am to try anyone. A&M might also want to give Ryan Hendrix a shot in that role. He threw in extended relief over the weekend and was terrific.
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Comment From Bill
It was a tough weekend for the Cal Bears (and UCLA is next on the schedule) will the Pac-12 only get 4 teams in regionals?
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Aaron Fitt:
It’s starting to look like it may only be a 4-bid league. UCLA, ASU and USC are locks, but after that, it’s a lot of question marks. Oregon State took a step back this weekend with that series loss to Oregon. Cal has scuffled over the last few weeks, and now it’s RPI is not in a good spot. Arizona has serious RPI problems, and just doesn’t have enough pitching to go on a real run, despite its explosive offense. Oregon’s offense is poor, Sunday’s output notwithstanding, and the Ducks have a triple-digit RPI ranking too. Very top-heavy league, with a lot of pretty mediocre clubs after the top three.
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Comment From Drew d
Do you think that UCSB will host a regional this year and if so do they win it?
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Kendall Rogers:
Drew — UCSB folks do not think they have the ability to host a regional. No lights, tiny stadium, and such. It will be interesting to see if UCSB goes somewhere like USC as a No. 1 seed, though, if USC drops down in the Pac-12 pecking order. It will be fascinating to see what happens with those guys if they continue to win like this and have a high RPI/great resume.
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Comment From KD
The Sunflower State shook things up in the Big 12 this weekend and Tech swept Baylor (I know, I know nothing to write home about.) There are now 4 teams within 1 game at the top of the standings. What do you think Tech needs to do for a postseason berth from here on out and do you think they get there?
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Aaron Fitt:
Suddenly, Texas Tech is right back in the thick of this thing. The Red Raiders need to keep on boosting that RPI (No. 73), and the remaining schedule is against teams with respectable RPIs, so I think if the Red Raiders can win three of their last four series, they’ll be in. Two series wins might even be enough.
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Comment From Eric
Do you think TCU can bounce back after losinf 2 out of 3 to a bad Kansas State team?
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Kendall Rogers:
Eric,
I think TCU will be fine. The Horned Frogs certainly had a bad weekend against a bad team, but the Frogs have a wealth of pitching depth and I see those guys finishing strong …. weird weekend, though, and Traver needs to bounce back this week.
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Comment From Kris
Really excited about UCLA baseball this year! Based upon your eye-test, do you think this team has what it takes to make it all the way?
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Aaron Fitt:
I do. I’ve seen UCLA six times in person and more on TV, and my impression is the Bruins are one of the most balanced, complete teams in the country. The only thing they lack is a bunch of power in the lineup, but they are a very good offensive team nonetheless, and I think they’re built to win in Omaha.
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Comment From Collegefan
Who are some of the best shortstops in college baseball today?
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Kendall Rogers:
LSU’s Alex Bregman, Vanderbilt’s Dansby Swanson, UCLA’s Kevin Kramer and Louisiana-Lafayette’s Blake Trahan are just a few of several very very good shortstops in college baseball this season.
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Comment From HornsFan
I’m a big Texas fan but also a realistic one. At 19-17 ranked 88th in the RPI, do the Horns even make the tournament? They still have (hopefully) series wins against Kansas and Baylor, but they have to go to TCU and host Texas Tech. My guess is they HAVE to win four of those five series to win go to a regional. Thoughts?
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Kendall Rogers:
HornsFan,
I think Texas has to finish very very strong to make the NCAA postseason. The Longhorns have a bad RPI (as you noted), and the resume is just poor right now. Playing Stanford/Rice in non-conference hasn’t done much at all to help their non-conference resume with the Cardinal struggling so much and Rice having some bad losses. UT is in a tough spot … the good news is it has the coaching/talent to get out of it. But I’m not betting on it at this point.
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Comment From Riggs
What is the difference between ranking the Top 25 and projecting the regional hosts? Shouldn’t the top 16 host regionals, unless location concerns come into effect? I noticed this wasn’t the case on the 64 projection field podcast and was curious. Love the podcasts and articles! Thanks for answering!
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Aaron Fitt:
There are a few differences. One is that we’re not starting from scratch every week with the Top 25 — we are using last week’s ranking as a starting point, and moving teams up or down based on how they perform and how others around them perform. Sometimes that means we wind up having to move one team behind another that we don’t think is as good, because the Top 25 has to reflect the action on the field. It’s easier to step back and do a big-picture look at the country when doing the field of 64. But also, the committee looks at different things when building the field of 64 than we do in our rankings. We emphasize weekend series and quality wins; they probably lean more on RPI, which values midweek wins the same as weekend wins and punishes teams for playing a few games against very poor teams. I prefer to focus on how opponents do against the best teams on their schedules.
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Comment From Greg
Can Kevin Kramer play his way into 1st round contention?
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Kendall Rogers:
Greg,
Don’t see first-round out of Kevin Kramer, but I really like his game. He’s a very steady shortstop who was smooth/consistent when I saw the Bruins against Oregon State. Also has a good frame and showed nice oppo power/potential for the Bruins. Really good overall player who doesn’t get as much praise as he might should because of Bregman/Swanson/etc.
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Comment From Dogboy
Mississippi State fans are growing tired if John Cohen antics. Poor game management, heavy reliance on juco players, nonstop bunting. Is it about over for Cohen.
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Kendall Rogers:
John Cohen played for a national title two seasons ago. If someone says John Cohen should be fired — just turn the other way and walk off. Not worth your time.
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Aaron Fitt:
What KR said.
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Comment From Trevor
How many teams from the big 10 do you think will get into the group of 64? Big 10 has some tough competition this year, where do you rank them in power of conferences this year? How do the Huskers look as of now?
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Kendall Rogers:
Trevor,
I see Iowa, Illinois, Maryland, Nebraska and potentially Ohio State/Indiana getting into the field of 64. I think there’s a good chance one of OSU/IU gets in there, too. Very very solid/strong league this year.
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Comment From Joe
In the CAA, do you think that CofC and UNCW both can make regionals as at-larges if they continue to play the way they are playing?
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Kendall Rogers:
Joe,
I think C of C and UNCW are both squarely in the field right now. You’re talking about teams with RPIs of 44 and 29, respectively, and solid streaks here as of late. Things could change, but feel good about both right now.
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Comment From Joey
Pepperdine seems to have figured it out as they have won 9 of their last 11 and are 8-1 in their last three WCC series. Their bullpen was an achilles heel earlier in the year, but seems to be coming on strong as of late. What are your thoughts on Pepperdine as of late and their chances to win the WCC tournament and get to the postseason?
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Aaron Fitt:
As you probably realize, Pepperdine is not going to get an at-large bid because of the RPI (No. 163), so it all comes down to winning the conference tournament. At 10-5 in the league, the Waves are in good position to make the WCC tournament, which is a good first step. When McClelland, Puckett and Wilson pitch the way they did this weekend, Pepperdine is tough to beat — that’s a nice rotation. And Chandler Blanchard seems to have given them a real go-to guy in the bullpen. My money is still on LMU or San Diego in the WCC, but the Waves are in the mix.
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Comment From VUHawkTalk
Gents, to get the homer question out of the way, how does Keegan Thompson (9IP, 6H, ER, BB, 3K) earn SEC pitcher of the week over Carson Fulmer (9IP, 2H, 0R, 0BB, 14K)? I get that LSU is a much better offense than Ole Miss, but did the SEC home office just decide to punish Fulmer for the disappointing end to the weekend for the Dores? Did they forget that Thursday happened?
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Aaron Fitt:
Quit being such a homer! But, well, Fulmer’s performance was one of the best of the season. I certainly would have voted for him, even though it is harder to shut down LSU than Ole Miss.
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Comment From ParkerID
Can you explain why College of Charleston continues to be on the verge of getting ranked by you guys but never end up in the actual top 25? I see UNCW made it into your rankings before the Cougars, and I am confused. C of C is winning that conference right now, and they have pretty similar schedules and amount of quality wins as far as I can see. Why give UNCW the nod before you give it to C of C (who made a super regional last year).
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Aaron Fitt:
We broke those two teams down side by side last night to decide who to rank, and we decided we liked UNCW’s resume a bit more. The big difference is the series win over Maryland for UNCW. CofC’s best series win is against Radford, a solid team, but that doesn’t carry as much weight. We look at what kind of high-end wins a team has, especially when comparing two teams with similar resumes.
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Comment From MattyAwesome
Do you think LSU has a cause for concern regarding their starting pitching depth? Tigers can hit really well, but great pitching wins that battle. Can they make a deep postseason run with a true freshman as the ace, and nobody else near that level?
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Kendall Rogers:
Matty,
That remains to be seen, but I do think LSU has the offense to get through a regional with even slightly above average pitching. But then again, the Tigers got roughed up at home last year by Houston because of sub-par pitching … for now, I’m not concerned, but I think, frankly, a lot depends on the type of draw the Tigers get.
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Comment From Ryan
After a 4th series loss and series remaining against LSU,A&M, and Vandy is South Carolina in trouble of missing SEC and NCAA tourney?
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Aaron Fitt:
It seems hard to fathom the idea that South Carolina could finish 13th or 14th in the SEC (everybody else makes it to Hoover), but the Gamecocks are 6-9 in the league and just a game out of last place. And as you pointed out, that remaining schedule is hard. But at least the Vandy and LSU series are at home, and there are also two very winnable series against the two teams tied for last place, Tennessee and Auburn. Obviously, those are must-win for South Carolina. The way the Gamecocks are playing right now, my faith in their ability to turn it around and make a run has been shaken. But I’m not writing them off completely yet. They can’t possibly be this bad… can they?
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Comment From Randy575
Do you think Georgia State can hang on to their Sun Belt lead?
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Kendall Rogers:
Randy,
Sure, why not? With a two-game lead in the conference standings, and 11-3 in the league. It’s kind of surprising to see ULL seventh in that league right now. How about preseason D1Baseball AA Matt Rose? He’s hitting .331 with 10 homers, while Joey Roach is hitting .361 with six bombs. Ga. State has some real impressive hitters in that lineup.
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Kendall Rogers
BTW, touched base with Danny Hall at Georgia Tech. Some good news coming on Kel Johnson in our injury roundup in a bit.
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Comment From Riggs
DBU or Missouri State if you had to pick one team to host/make a run to Omaha? Very closely contested series a few weeks ago won by MSU, DBU higher RPI; what do y’all see?
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Aaron Fitt:
I really like Missouri State, but I would lean toward DBU. I think DBU has more firepower in the lineup and more depth on the mound. I think the Patriots will finish higher in the league and RPI.
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Comment From M
I’ve been following CSUN since Greg Moore was hired, how do you think they are faring in terms of rebuilding with all the other Big West teams that are established?
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Kendall Rogers:
M
I’ve gotten pretty good reviews from prominent coaches out west about Greg Moore and his approach to the CSUN program. A couple of premier coaches told me “Moore is outstanding. He’s doing a terrific job” a couple of weeks ago when I was out there. And I would agree. Big West play hasn’t been kind on the Dors so far — but remember, they’ve played consecutive series against Fullerton/LBSU/UCSB. Yikes!
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Comment From Ryan
With Clemson and SC struggling and Coastal opening a new stadium do you feel they are in contention for hosting a regional?
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Kendall Rogers:
Ryan,
Coastal could get into the mix, plenty of work to do, though, with an RPI well into the 30s and and just a 3-2 mark vs. RPI Top 50 teams. Long season left, however.
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19 minutes ago
Comment From VUHawkTalk
Aaron and Kendall, my Dores seem to be striking out at a disturbing rate (24% of ABs, 20% of PAs). That seems to be leading to at least part of their #RISPFail issues, which ended up biting them badly this weekend. I know folks shouldn’t overreact to a mediocre week at the plate, but the strikouts are someone abnormal for Corbin squads and they almost have me as worried as our occasional inability to find the strike zone on the mound.
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Aaron Fitt:
Meh, that feels nit-picky to me. There are a few guys in that lineup, like Wiseman and Toffey and Campbell, that are going to have their share of strikeouts, but most of the core guys have strikeout rates that are reasonable. Still think it’s a very good offense, and I’m not really alarmed by the strikeout rate.
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Aaron Fitt
OK guys, that’s all for me today. Thanks for stopping by!
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18 minutes ago
Comment From Guest 84
It seems like the elder statesmen down in Texas are doing less with more than any program in the country. Do you think Augie Garrido and Wayne Graham will be at their positions much longer, or have they earned the right to run their programs into the ground?
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Kendall Rogers:
I’m laughing at the idea of Graham and Garrido “running their programs into the ground”. Give me a break. Garrido was in college baseball’s Final Four last year. And do I really need to give you a history lesson on Rice Baseball? C’mon!
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Comment From B1G
Early on it seemed like Maryland and Nebraska as the teams to beat from the Big Ten. Now Illinois and Iowa are making some serious noise. If you were to pick one or two teams from that group to make it to a super regional or beyond who is the most likely given pitching depth, best line-up, coaching, experience…
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Kendall Rogers:
B1G — Great question. I’d go with Illinois and Maryland. Feel like the Illini have the right mix, and a huge arm out of the pen to close out games. I feel like like Maryland, with its experience in a Super Regional last year, etc., would be well suited in the postseason.
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Comment From Chris
How does A&M fare this week against Arkansas at home heading into the big LSU series?
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Kendall Rogers:
Chris — Aggies take 2/3 … but it will be a very hard fought series. Hogs are feeling it right now, I think.
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Comment From Greg
Big win for UCLA this weekend. Any chance they move Canning to Saturday and Watson to Sunday? I know Watson has the experience but he seems to lack the stuff that Canning has.
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Kendall Rogers:
I’d keep the rotation where it is. I think there’s great value of having a usually very consistent guy like Watson in that Saturday role. I do like Canning, but he didn’t look great the day I saw him. He obviously threw better this week, though.
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Comment From Kevin
Thoughts on the Atlantic 10 race? Who do you guys have winning it?
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Kendall Rogers:
GWU has been impressive, but I will go with Richmond or Saint Louis.
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Kendall Rogers
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