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  • Codi Heuer

    I’m a big White Sox fan and was excited when the Sox picked Codi H up. He has looked fantastic. Pitched a perfect 8th and 9th tonight in dominant fashion.

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    Picked up his first win last night pitching a scoreless 6th to drop his ERA to 3.24

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    • #3
      Codi worked a scoreless 6th tonight to drop his ERA to 2.30 and pick up his 3rd hold of the season. Unfortunately for his team the other relievers blew the lead late

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      • #4
        Watched Codi throw a scoreless inning in person last night in a 2-1 White Sox win

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        • #5
          That netting all the way down the lines is such a disaster

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          • #6
            Originally posted by NCAABound View Post
            That netting all the way down the lines is such a disaster
            Agreed. Although it is pretty comical watching the players toss the ball 50 feet in the air to a fan 2 rows behind the dugout as they run off the field after an inning

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            • #7
              Originally posted by ShockerMas View Post
              Picked up his first win last night pitching a scoreless 6th to drop his ERA to 3.24

              We've had several players hit the bigs the past couple of years. It's amazing how terrible we were under Butler to still have the talent in the Big's. Hopefully, we have the talent that hits the Big Leagues, and also wins games in the American Conference, and become a Regional, and National Baseball threat in the next few years. Even though we've had a bad couple of weeks, recently, I still think we are headed in the right direction. It will just take some time to get there.

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              • #8
                With Butler it was all about the individual development. He felt like he was a minor league coach and his job was to develop the talent at the cost of a team concept or wins along the way.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by pogo View Post
                  With Butler it was all about the individual development. He felt like he was a minor league coach and his job was to develop the talent at the cost of a team concept or wins along the way.
                  Well it didn’t work well. We only had a few get that far, but our team losses vs. wins were astronomical. It did surprise me that with teams who lost so often, we had the numbers make it to MLB as we did.

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Shockm View Post

                    Well it didn’t work well. We only had a few get that far, but our team losses vs. wins were astronomical. It did surprise me that with teams who lost so often, we had the numbers make it to MLB as we did.
                    Exactly and that is one of the reasons he is no longer here.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by pogo View Post
                      With Butler it was all about the individual development. He felt like he was a minor league coach and his job was to develop the talent at the cost of a team concept or wins along the way.
                      Not to pee in your quote, but I think that Butler just sucks at coaching.

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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by pogo View Post
                        With Butler it was all about the individual development. He felt like he was a minor league coach and his job was to develop the talent at the cost of a team concept or wins along the way.
                        A) Spot on

                        B) It worked getting them drafted, due to commitment of the young men playing.

                        C) Hasn’t led to a high percentage of players making the show. Due to the things missing as mentioned by others.

                        D) Please don’t downplay the success of these young men representing WSU at the next level due to dislike of coach who recruited and helped them get ther

                        E) Celebrate the efforts and sacrifices of the young men here trying to replicate their individual success while producing better winning culture.

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                        • #13
                          It’s just sad these kids never saw a rocking Eck Stadium or played an NCAA tournament game. Butler should be running a scouting service and never again a college baseball team.

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                          • #14
                            Codi Heuer was traded from the White Sox to the Cubs as part of a deadline day deal for Craig Kimbrel at the end of July and has been pretty dominant since then! (Very exciting for a Cubs/Shocker fan like myself)

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                            • #15
                              Hottovy is the pitching coach for the Cubbies as well.

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