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PostPosted: Tue May 02, 2017 2:53 pm 
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So it looks like the Trent Johnson TU got did not get drafted. (that's OK, his current record is 9W's and 2L's).

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ThePig wrote:
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Just saw a mock draft for MLB on site called draft site and none of our incoming class made it in the 11 round draft. Also no SR's or JR's made it either.


Good and bad, I guess.


If my number is correct, we could really have 22 or 23 coming in. That looks like a lot with the underclassmen that we already have that have played. Do y'all think that we'll get almost all of these?


I'm going to go out on a limb and say a lot of our young pitchers will not be around next year.


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https://twitter.com/hindscc_bb/status/8 ... 6225512448
Switch hitting shortstop that played at Barbe


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Tulane49 wrote:
https://twitter.com/hindscc_bb/status/859564826225512448
Switch hitting shortstop that played at Barbe


He's a good hitter, but I think that he will move from SS because his fielding percentage is below .900. I look at him as a potential replacement at 2B. While we're talking about Hines, Acy Owen has picked up his hitting recently and is hitting .333 now.


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Updated JUCO stats as of 5/29/17

http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... ohnsonx960
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... cyowenlkym
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... arrett5d00
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... cafferyxus
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... jensenizuq
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... alhounjwzl
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... endogaho4w
http://www.njcaa.org/sports/bsb/2016-17 ... bropersood


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Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


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I saw Tulane49's post about JC players mentioning Kaleb Roper and Coach Dickinson's tweet. Did it say that we have signed him or that he is committed? He looks like a possible Friday night starter.


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G-wave wrote:
Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


Not sure I'd classify all those as having really good numbers. Really good numbers in JUCO is what Dehart did. .370, 15 HR's, 22 SB. Another problem with heavy reliance on JUCO guys is that for whatever reason they usually struggle in 1 of the 2 years that you get them. Even the best guys like Dehart last year. Duester the year before. Deschamp the year before that.


I'm sure Bjorngjeld will be back. Unless he just doesn't want to play baseball any more. He's 84-87 with the fastball, not exactly going to be a high draft pick. I'd expect Brown to be back too. Hope he can stay healthy. France is the big question. I'm not sure what will happen with him.


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ThePig wrote:
I saw Tulane49's post about JC players mentioning Kaleb Roper and Coach Dickinson's tweet. Did it say that we have signed him or that he is committed? He looks like a possible Friday night starter.

According to tweet he is a signee
https://twitter.com/sanjacgator43/statu ... 4556794880


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Tulane49 wrote:
ThePig wrote:
I saw Tulane49's post about JC players mentioning Kaleb Roper and Coach Dickinson's tweet. Did it say that we have signed him or that he is committed? He looks like a possible Friday night starter.

According to tweet he is a signee
https://twitter.com/sanjacgator43/statu ... 4556794880


Yes, Roper from Rummel and Arizona is coming her next year and is eligible to play right away.


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PostPosted: Mon May 08, 2017 8:28 am 
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any chance we pick up the OF from Arizona who just left the team. he was a starter for them who got on the wrong side of new coach Tracy Smith. He hit .299 this year as full time starter for the Wildcats. Andrew Shaps is his name.


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Acy Owens wins Eagle Award at Hinds Community College
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David Bedgood receives Joe M Joiner Multi Sport and Academic Achievement Scholarship
Can he stack this scholarship with his baseball scholarship (rhetorical question)
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Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


We have 4 or 5 good young freshmen pitchers coming in that can contribute next year(assuming we don't lose any to the draft):

Josh Bates: RHP 6'2 190 from Orlando, FL. Low 90s FB
Justin Campbell: LHP 6'6 200 from Troy, MI. High 80s FB...will be a monster in 2 years.
Brendan Cellucci: LHP 6'4 210 from Wyncote, PA. Touches low 90s. Good off-speed stuff for a hs kid.
Hayden Onorato: LHP 6'3 220 from Alpharetta, GA. Touches low 90s. Advanced approach for an 18 year old. Will contribute right away.
Alson Pough- RHP 6'2 175 from Paramus, NJ by way of IMG Academy in Florida. Needs to get bigger and stronger. Mid to high 80s FB. Good prospect.
Forrest Webber- RHP 5'10 180 from Huntsville, AL. Tough little SOB. Great control with 4 pitches. Mid to high 80s FB. A lot like Brandon Gomes with slightly less velo but better secondary stuff.

Jewett started behind the 8 ball because Pierce left so late in the process taking 2 of our recruits with him. We picked up whatever scraps we could, but there is going to be a significant amount of turnover on the pitching staff. A lot of competition for roster spots. I'd be shocked if the local kids from Jesuit, for instance, make the team this year. They will stay in school but not be on the official roster like Galy did last year.

Jewett's strength is and always has been recruiting. We're going to be okay. People need to give him some time and stop worrying about Andy Cannizaro. Andy walked into a great opportunity at MSU. I've known Andy since I was a kid and played with him and am confident in saying that Tulane was not a great fit for either side with him. MSU was perfect for him. Jewett is our guy. I'm confident in that.

We're getting exactly what we need...an influx of talented JUCOs with some good, young talent (better than what Pierce ever brought in with some exceptions i.e. Spoon). One thing about JUCOs that you've got to love....they live and breathe baseball. It's a difficult route to take. They play a ton of ball with no frills or benefits. We need that type of attitude going forward.

Pitching has been our achilles heel. Look at stats from last year to this year...hitting and fielding are pretty close to identical. Home runs are close to identical. Pitching is nowhere near where it was. We lost 5 or 6 guys with more than 10 appearances each (and didn't do much to replace them)....that will decimate your bullpen in a hurry. A guy like Gillies would have been a 5 inning guy in most years...this year he's making 20 appearances. We're going to be okay. This year sucked in a lot of spots, but it was a necessary re-set. Big Jew will get it going, I can promise you that.

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TU23 - I just posted something on the other board about not being pessimistic about baseball for next year. Great post by you. You've hit the nail on the head about the frosh pitchers. With the three JC pitchers, especially Johnson and Roper, pitching has the potential to be a lot better than this year.


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Thanks TU23!!! Just what I was hoping to hear about CTJ and his recruiting efforts. Roll Wave!!!


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Gotta temper the expectations on these incoming pitchers with the reality of the TJ bug...


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ml wave wrote:
Gotta temper the expectations on these incoming pitchers with the reality of the TJ bug...


just to be clear, you mean "Tommy John" and not "Travis Jewett"?

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Gotta temper the expectations on these incoming pitchers with the reality of the TJ bug...


just to be clear, you mean "Tommy John" and not "Travis Jewett"?

Yes, thanks...though, now that you mention it...


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TU23 - Thanks for the informative post


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TU23 wrote:
G-wave wrote:
Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


We have 4 or 5 good young freshmen pitchers coming in that can contribute next year(assuming we don't lose any to the draft):

Josh Bates: RHP 6'2 190 from Orlando, FL. Low 90s FB
Justin Campbell: LHP 6'6 200 from Troy, MI. High 80s FB...will be a monster in 2 years.
Brendan Cellucci: LHP 6'4 210 from Wyncote, PA. Touches low 90s. Good off-speed stuff for a hs kid.
Hayden Onorato: LHP 6'3 220 from Alpharetta, GA. Touches low 90s. Advanced approach for an 18 year old. Will contribute right away.
Alson Pough- RHP 6'2 175 from Paramus, NJ by way of IMG Academy in Florida. Needs to get bigger and stronger. Mid to high 80s FB. Good prospect.
Forrest Webber- RHP 5'10 180 from Huntsville, AL. Tough little SOB. Great control with 4 pitches. Mid to high 80s FB. A lot like Brandon Gomes with slightly less velo but better secondary stuff.

Jewett started behind the 8 ball because Pierce left so late in the process taking 2 of our recruits with him. We picked up whatever scraps we could, but there is going to be a significant amount of turnover on the pitching staff. A lot of competition for roster spots. I'd be shocked if the local kids from Jesuit, for instance, make the team this year. They will stay in school but not be on the official roster like Galy did last year.

Jewett's strength is and always has been recruiting. We're going to be okay. People need to give him some time and stop worrying about Andy Cannizaro. Andy walked into a great opportunity at MSU. I've known Andy since I was a kid and played with him and am confident in saying that Tulane was not a great fit for either side with him. MSU was perfect for him. Jewett is our guy. I'm confident in that.

We're getting exactly what we need...an influx of talented JUCOs with some good, young talent (better than what Pierce ever brought in with some exceptions i.e. Spoon). One thing about JUCOs that you've got to love....they live and breathe baseball. It's a difficult route to take. They play a ton of ball with no frills or benefits. We need that type of attitude going forward.

Pitching has been our achilles heel. Look at stats from last year to this year...hitting and fielding are pretty close to identical. Home runs are close to identical. Pitching is nowhere near where it was. We lost 5 or 6 guys with more than 10 appearances each (and didn't do much to replace them)....that will decimate your bullpen in a hurry. A guy like Gillies would have been a 5 inning guy in most years...this year he's making 20 appearances. We're going to be okay. This year sucked in a lot of spots, but it was a necessary re-set. Big Jew will get it going, I can promise you that.



Everyone loves their recruiting class right now. This time last year we all figured Brandon Fraley was going to come in and be a stud.

Pitching has been the problem and I think the pitching coach matters. Look at the track record of Dickinson, it's not good.

Fielding percentage may be nearly identical but the fielding has been nowhere near identical. Our two shortstops aren't on the same planet as Alemais. The same could be said about the catching position since the injury to Montalbano.

You say that the class is way better than what Pierce ever brought in, but the recruiting rankings don't reflect that.
Roper, Doga and Johnson look to be good but I'm not really impressed by the numbers of the rest of the JUCO guys. None of the JUCO guys are doing what Dehart did and he came in and couldn't crack the lineup for most of his junior year.
JUCO numbers can be deceiving, we all remember Mason Griffin and Conrad Flynn.


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visualmagic wrote:
TU23 wrote:
G-wave wrote:
Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


We have 4 or 5 good young freshmen pitchers coming in that can contribute next year(assuming we don't lose any to the draft):

Josh Bates: RHP 6'2 190 from Orlando, FL. Low 90s FB
Justin Campbell: LHP 6'6 200 from Troy, MI. High 80s FB...will be a monster in 2 years.
Brendan Cellucci: LHP 6'4 210 from Wyncote, PA. Touches low 90s. Good off-speed stuff for a hs kid.
Hayden Onorato: LHP 6'3 220 from Alpharetta, GA. Touches low 90s. Advanced approach for an 18 year old. Will contribute right away.
Alson Pough- RHP 6'2 175 from Paramus, NJ by way of IMG Academy in Florida. Needs to get bigger and stronger. Mid to high 80s FB. Good prospect.
Forrest Webber- RHP 5'10 180 from Huntsville, AL. Tough little SOB. Great control with 4 pitches. Mid to high 80s FB. A lot like Brandon Gomes with slightly less velo but better secondary stuff.

Jewett started behind the 8 ball because Pierce left so late in the process taking 2 of our recruits with him. We picked up whatever scraps we could, but there is going to be a significant amount of turnover on the pitching staff. A lot of competition for roster spots. I'd be shocked if the local kids from Jesuit, for instance, make the team this year. They will stay in school but not be on the official roster like Galy did last year.

Jewett's strength is and always has been recruiting. We're going to be okay. People need to give him some time and stop worrying about Andy Cannizaro. Andy walked into a great opportunity at MSU. I've known Andy since I was a kid and played with him and am confident in saying that Tulane was not a great fit for either side with him. MSU was perfect for him. Jewett is our guy. I'm confident in that.

We're getting exactly what we need...an influx of talented JUCOs with some good, young talent (better than what Pierce ever brought in with some exceptions i.e. Spoon). One thing about JUCOs that you've got to love....they live and breathe baseball. It's a difficult route to take. They play a ton of ball with no frills or benefits. We need that type of attitude going forward.

Pitching has been our achilles heel. Look at stats from last year to this year...hitting and fielding are pretty close to identical. Home runs are close to identical. Pitching is nowhere near where it was. We lost 5 or 6 guys with more than 10 appearances each (and didn't do much to replace them)....that will decimate your bullpen in a hurry. A guy like Gillies would have been a 5 inning guy in most years...this year he's making 20 appearances. We're going to be okay. This year sucked in a lot of spots, but it was a necessary re-set. Big Jew will get it going, I can promise you that.



Everyone loves their recruiting class right now. This time last year we all figured Brandon Fraley was going to come in and be a stud.

Pitching has been the problem and I think the pitching coach matters. Look at the track record of Dickinson, it's not good.

Fielding percentage may be nearly identical but the fielding has been nowhere near identical. Our two shortstops aren't on the same planet as Alemais. The same could be said about the catching position since the injury to Montalbano.

You say that the class is way better than what Pierce ever brought in, but the recruiting rankings don't reflect that.
Roper, Doga and Johnson look to be good but I'm not really impressed by the numbers of the rest of the JUCO guys. None of the JUCO guys are doing what Dehart did and he came in and couldn't crack the lineup for most of his junior year.
JUCO numbers can be deceiving, we all remember Mason Griffin and Conrad Flynn.


Sorry Visual but TU23 is more persuasive.


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visual, as a cousin of mine used to say: be that way then! :evil2:

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MNAlum wrote:
visualmagic wrote:
TU23 wrote:
G-wave wrote:
Next years team will depend on these JC's all who have really good numbers to go along with a hand full of Fr on this years Team who have decent talent. Vet wise all we have coming back is Spoon and Massey who I hope can get it together in a Summer league. Don't know if Grant, France or Born will come back as 5th year SR. My question is who in the incoming FR. class can make an impact ? Was told we have 3 or 4 LHP's who could make a difference.


We have 4 or 5 good young freshmen pitchers coming in that can contribute next year(assuming we don't lose any to the draft):

Josh Bates: RHP 6'2 190 from Orlando, FL. Low 90s FB
Justin Campbell: LHP 6'6 200 from Troy, MI. High 80s FB...will be a monster in 2 years.
Brendan Cellucci: LHP 6'4 210 from Wyncote, PA. Touches low 90s. Good off-speed stuff for a hs kid.
Hayden Onorato: LHP 6'3 220 from Alpharetta, GA. Touches low 90s. Advanced approach for an 18 year old. Will contribute right away.
Alson Pough- RHP 6'2 175 from Paramus, NJ by way of IMG Academy in Florida. Needs to get bigger and stronger. Mid to high 80s FB. Good prospect.
Forrest Webber- RHP 5'10 180 from Huntsville, AL. Tough little SOB. Great control with 4 pitches. Mid to high 80s FB. A lot like Brandon Gomes with slightly less velo but better secondary stuff.

Jewett started behind the 8 ball because Pierce left so late in the process taking 2 of our recruits with him. We picked up whatever scraps we could, but there is going to be a significant amount of turnover on the pitching staff. A lot of competition for roster spots. I'd be shocked if the local kids from Jesuit, for instance, make the team this year. They will stay in school but not be on the official roster like Galy did last year.

Jewett's strength is and always has been recruiting. We're going to be okay. People need to give him some time and stop worrying about Andy Cannizaro. Andy walked into a great opportunity at MSU. I've known Andy since I was a kid and played with him and am confident in saying that Tulane was not a great fit for either side with him. MSU was perfect for him. Jewett is our guy. I'm confident in that.

We're getting exactly what we need...an influx of talented JUCOs with some good, young talent (better than what Pierce ever brought in with some exceptions i.e. Spoon). One thing about JUCOs that you've got to love....they live and breathe baseball. It's a difficult route to take. They play a ton of ball with no frills or benefits. We need that type of attitude going forward.

Pitching has been our achilles heel. Look at stats from last year to this year...hitting and fielding are pretty close to identical. Home runs are close to identical. Pitching is nowhere near where it was. We lost 5 or 6 guys with more than 10 appearances each (and didn't do much to replace them)....that will decimate your bullpen in a hurry. A guy like Gillies would have been a 5 inning guy in most years...this year he's making 20 appearances. We're going to be okay. This year sucked in a lot of spots, but it was a necessary re-set. Big Jew will get it going, I can promise you that.



Everyone loves their recruiting class right now. This time last year we all figured Brandon Fraley was going to come in and be a stud.

Pitching has been the problem and I think the pitching coach matters. Look at the track record of Dickinson, it's not good.

Fielding percentage may be nearly identical but the fielding has been nowhere near identical. Our two shortstops aren't on the same planet as Alemais. The same could be said about the catching position since the injury to Montalbano.

You say that the class is way better than what Pierce ever brought in, but the recruiting rankings don't reflect that.
Roper, Doga and Johnson look to be good but I'm not really impressed by the numbers of the rest of the JUCO guys. None of the JUCO guys are doing what Dehart did and he came in and couldn't crack the lineup for most of his junior year.
JUCO numbers can be deceiving, we all remember Mason Griffin and Conrad Flynn.


Sorry Visual but TU23 is more persuasive.


Love it when two three takes the mound ... :mrgreen:


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visual, as a cousin of mine used to say: be that way then! :evil2:


:(
Unfortunately I'm just being realistic. Yes, feel optimistic about Trent Johnson, Kaleb Roper and Caden Doga. You should, but we've all seen the guy with the amazing JUCO numbers who came in here and was mediocre or worse.


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