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  • #8 Missouri 31 #12 Texas 12

    What happened here?

    43 runs scored on 38 hits against Friday night starters of the #8 and #12 team in the country???? There were 9 HRs in the game and the two pitching staffs combined to throw 390 pitches in 3 hours and 44 minutes.

    Jacob Priday (Missouri RF) went 5-5 with 4 HR and 9 RBIs!!!

    Aaron Crow got the win for Missouri by pitching 5.0 innings and giving up 9 earned runs on 9 hits. He threw 103 pitches in 5 innings of work.

    The Texas pitching staff gave up 28 Earned Runs! 28!!!!

  • #2
    dear Lord.

    I'd enjoy watching an offensive explosion like that.

    geez..
    veni, vidi, vici

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    • #3
      I agree. How does this happen?
      Code:
                                   2008 MISSOURI BASEBALL
                                  #12 Texas at #8 Missouri
                       Apr 11, 2008 at Columbia, Mo. (Taylor Stadium)
      
      Texas 12 (22-11,7-6 BIG 12)
      
      Player                    AB  R  H RBI BB SO PO  A LOB  Avg.
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      Torres, Michael 2b.......  5  2  2  1   1  0  0  3   2  .341
      Danks, Jordan cf.........  4  2  2  0   1  1  4  0   1  .348
      Belt, Brandon 1b.........  3  1  1  0   2  0 10  0   0  .331
      Moldenhauer, Russell dh..  5  2  1  2   0  0  0  0   0  .319
      Russell, Kyle rf.........  3  3  2  4   1  1  1  0   0  .260
      Rupp, Cameron c..........  5  0  1  0   0  2  6  0   2  .378
      Keyes, Kevin lf..........  4  2  2  2   0  1  3  0   0  .404
      Hernandez, David ss......  4  0  1  1   1  0  0  2   0  .283
      Tucker, Travis 3b........  5  0  0  0   0  1  0  1   2  .234
      Wood, Austin p...........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0     -
       Green, Cole p...........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0     -
       Thomas, Stayton p.......  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0     -
       Walker, Kyle p..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0     -
       McCrory, Pat p..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  1   0  .133
       Street, Juston p........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0     -
       Bishop, Drew p..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  1   0     -
      Totals................... 38 12 12 10   6  6 24  8   7
      
      Missouri 31 (24-8,6-4 BIG 12)
      
      Player                    AB  R  H RBI BB SO PO  A LOB  Avg.
      ------------------------------------------------------------
      Folgia, Greg 2b..........  5  4  2  1   2  0  3  5   2  .336
      Lollis, Ryan cf/rf.......  5  5  3  3   2  1  1  0   0  .331
      Coleman, Trevor c........  4  4  3  3   1  0  6  0   0  .300
       Pietroburgo, Dan c......  1  0  0  0   0  0  0  0   0  .265
      Priday, Jacob rf.........  5  6  5  9   1  0  3  1   0  .410
       Meyr, Rex pr/cf.........  1  0  1  2   0  0  0  0   0  .500
      Senne, Aaron lf..........  6  2  2  1   1  1  1  0   0  .354
      Schmidt, Jonah dh........  6  1  1  1   0  2  0  0   1  .345
       Schieber, T.J. ph.......  0  0  0  1   1  0  0  0   0  .350
      Gray, Steve 1b...........  7  3  3  3   0  0 11  1   3  .264
      Thigpen, Andrew ss.......  5  3  3  1   1  1  1  5   0  .522
      Mach, Kyle 3b............  4  3  3  3   2  0  0  2   0  .239
      Crow, Aaron p............  0  0  0  0   0  0  0  1   0     -
       Zagone, Rick p..........  0  0  0  0   0  0  1  0   0     -
      Totals................... 49 31 26 28  11  5 27 15   6
      
      Score by Innings                       R  H  E
      ----------------------------------------------
      Texas............... 531    001 020 - 12 12  2
      Missouri............ 03(10) 606 24X - 31 26  1
      ----------------------------------------------
      
      E - Keyes(2); Hernandez(12); Thigpen(5). DP - Missouri 1. LOB - Texas 7;
      Missouri 6. 2B - Belt(14); Rupp(11); Folgia(10); Lollis(10); Meyr(2);
      Senne(10); Mach(6). HR - Russell 2(7); Priday 4(15); Senne(8); Gray 2(6).
      HBP - Russell; Keyes. SF - Coleman(4). SB - Danks(10); Moldenhauer(2);
      Lollis(5).
      
      Texas                  IP  H  R ER BB SO AB BF  NP   ERA
      --------------------------------------------------------
      Wood, Austin........  2.0  7  6  6  0  1 13 13  41  6.69
      Green, Cole.........  0.2  6  6  4  0  2  8  8  32  6.34
      Thomas, Stayton.....  0.1  2  3  2  1  0  4  5  21  4.05
      Walker, Kyle........  0.0  0  3  3  3  0  0  3  14 11.81
      McCrory, Pat........  2.0  2  1  1  0  2  6  7  30  4.82
      Street, Juston......  0.2  7  6  6  0  0  9  9  21 32.40
      Bishop, Drew........  2.1  2  6  6  7  0  9 16  64 23.14
      
      Missouri               IP  H  R ER BB SO AB BF  NP   ERA
      --------------------------------------------------------
      Crow, Aaron.........  5.0  9  9  9  2  4 23 27 103  3.19
      Zagone, Rick........  4.0  3  3  3  4  2 15 19  64  7.22
      
      Win - Crow (8-0).  Loss - Green (2-2).  Save - Zagone (2).
      WP - Green(3); Walker(6); Crow(6). HBP - by Crow (Russell); by Crow (Keyes).
      Pitches/strikes: Wood 41/28; Green 32/22; Thomas 21/10; Walker 14/2; McCrory
      30/18; Street 21/14; Bishop 64/25; Crow 103/59; Zagone 64/38.
      Umpires - HP: David Wiley  1B: Randy Bruns  3B: Don Novak
      Start: 6:30   Time: 3:44   Attendance: 1206
      Wood faced 3 batters in the 3rd.
      Thomas faced 2 batters in the 4th.
      Walker faced 3 batters in the 4th.
      Game: MU_32
      28 earned runs given up by Texas. Their staff ERA went up .85 in one game.

      387 pitches were thrown.

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      • #4
        How about that game for Jacob Priday.

        5 for 5

        1 walk

        6 runs

        9 rbi's

        4 home runs
        "Cotton scared me - I left him alone." - B4MSU (Bear Nation poster) in reference to heckling players

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        • #5
          This must have been some celestial misalignment of the planets.

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          • #6
            Crow

            And apparently Aaron Crow isn't untouchable after all. His ERA went from 0.69 to 2.05 in five innings.

            Nice of his coach to leave him in long enough to get the win, especially considering that he was down 8-0 before his team batted in the second. Gee, what does he have to do to get yanked? Or did Jamieson have a hunch that his guys were about to score 19 runs in their next three at bats?

            By the way, if the Big 12 used the Valley's run rule, it still would have been 25-10 (in seven innings).

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            • #7
              Re: Crow

              Originally posted by WSUwatcher
              And apparently Aaron Crow isn't untouchable after all. His ERA went from 0.69 to 2.05 in five innings.

              Nice of his coach to leave him in long enough to get the win, especially considering that he was down 8-0 before his team batted in the second. Gee, what does he have to do to get yanked? Or did Jamieson have a hunch that his guys were about to score 19 runs in their next three at bats?

              By the way, if the Big 12 used the Valley's run rule, it still would have been 25-10 (in seven innings).
              He probably figured that being down 8-0 wasn't the best time to yank your best pitcher and let Texas eat up your bullpen for the rest of the weekend series.

              It was either leave Crow in, burn your best relief pitchers trying to make an unlikely comeback and have nothing left for game 2 & 3, or pull Crow and put in crap relievers and basically concede. I think he probably made the only choice that made sense.

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              • #8
                some of those texas relievers have outrageous ERAs.

                Juston Street has got a 32.40 ERA. ungodly.


                an interesting thing to think about: What would Brent say if WSU had an outing like Texas??

                i can only imagine...
                veni, vidi, vici

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by notquiteBWing
                  some of those texas relievers have outrageous ERAs.

                  Juston Street has got a 32.40 ERA. ungodly.


                  an interesting thing to think about: What would Brent say if WSU had an outing like Texas??

                  i can only imagine...
                  I think the last time WSU came close to a game like this we were on the opposite end of the ass whooping. It was that K-State game back in 2000-2001 I believe where they scored 18 runs on us. After they got up I remember many a KSU batter getting drilled.

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                  • #10
                    How does that Texas 3rd baseman go 0-5 in a game like this? Really, he must be lights out defensively...
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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by fastbow
                      How does that Texas 3rd baseman go 0-5 in a game like this? Really, he must be lights out defensively...
                      A 9-hole hitter going hitless in a game where your team gets 12 hits is not all that hard to imagine. Odds are good that SOMEONE will go hitless.

                      Code:
                      Player            AVG  GP-GS  AB  R  H 2B 3B HR RBI TB SLG% BB HBP  SO GDP  OB% SF SH SB-ATT PO  A E FLD%
                      
                      2 Tucker, Travis .244  33-33 123 37 30  3  2  0  12 37 .301 25  12  12   2 .416  1  6 17-19  24 82 9 .922
                      A .416 on-base percentage, 6 sac bunts, and 17 stolen bases keep him in the lineup. It does not appear to be his defense.

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                      • #12
                        How do you go up 8-0, then lose 31-12???

                        I wonder how many stuck around to watch the whole thing?

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by notquiteBWing
                          some of those texas relievers have outrageous ERAs.

                          Juston Street has got a 32.40 ERA. ungodly.


                          an interesting thing to think about: What would Brent say if WSU had an outing like Texas??

                          i can only imagine...
                          Well probably not much after all the **^#$$@ he would be saying in the game as there wouldn't be any voice left. 8)

                          You got to think the umpire had a tiny strike zone.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by rrshock
                            How do you go up 8-0, then lose 31-12???

                            I wonder how many stuck around to watch the whole thing?

                            400-500 hundred people were probably still there at the end. It was quite a spectacle for those that were there. The wind and cold were obviously huge factors.

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                            • #15
                              Was it 70mph gale force winds blowing straight out? That's the only way I can see that many dingers in one game. Or was it really just BP?

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