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Friday, May 14, 2010

Now it's getting serious

Baseball is not the kind of sport where you want to make too big of a deal out of one game.

And while LSU's loss at Kentucky on Friday was the kind that can rip your heart out -- blowing a two-run lead in the bottom of the ninth -- it's still just one game.

But there should be some serious concern around the LSU baseball program. Because unless the Tigers can get Anthony Ranaudo straightened out and even Matty Ott straightened out, there will be more problems ahead. Right now, both aren't pitching to the levels they showed last season and the team is hurting as a result.

Even without Colvin and Von Rosenberg, LSU had -- at least on paper -- enough pitching to make another CWS run. But with Ranaudo and Ott struggling, it appears Omaha will close out Rosenblatt without the Tigers.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

It is still not over yet,That was a painful lost, to the Wild Cats in the 9 inning...College ball is no where near pro ball,so you and LSU always has a chance to make a come back?
But hay, the LSU team is our friends, win or lose,and that the way I am going to treat them.
Time will always be on the tigers side, when the young men are playing ball at LSU...After LSU,is another story

5:21 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

O.K. Can we hit the panic button now? LSU baseball has lost 10 of its last 11 SEC games, and they lost the series to Vanderbilt and Kentucky. Oh well, at least we got to enjoy the run to the CWS championship last years.

7:35 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The college teams win championships, and then the pro baseball teams, take the star teams players into the pro league.
It is no real wounder, why a college baseball team can win a NC one year, and the very next year, the same team cant win for hell?
Their best ball players are gone?
Head coaches do not win baseball games... players do?

2:49 AM  

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