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Emptynester

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0-2 with a 8.40 ERA at PGF... Flosoftball puts another way, way, too high.

Very well said. I'm sure the kid is a good pitcher , but Flo has certainly changed from when Brentt first started. Great info and always good to have a softball site , but more than a few of the " top 100" didn't even see the field this summer. Coaches kid, parent kissin fanny's kid. The usual stuff.
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Auburn swept two games today.  No hitter from Carlson and Martin for 3 innings each and Chardonnay Harris for the 7th, but offense (with the starters in) only got one unearned run on 6 hits. vs. two pretty solid pitchers from Chipola.

Game two had a few more fireworks highlighted by Tannon Snow and Justus Perry hitting HR's and Casey McCracken driving in 3 with a triple.  7-3.  The runs were all off of Charonnay Harris, who was having an issue with her grip, literally threw two pitches behind her, injuring herself the 2nd time.  I've never seen that before.   Seemed like a minor foot injury, yes, the pitch hit her foot and rolled behind her....allowing a run to score.  Weird.   Ashley Swindle came in and pitched well in relief of Harris and Kara Bilodeau looked solid as well to finish things up.
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Auburn swept two games today.  No hitter from Carlson and Martin for 3 innings each and Chardonnay Harris for the 7th, but offense (with the starters in) only got one unearned run on 6 hits. vs. two pretty solid pitchers from Chipola.

Game two had a few more fireworks highlighted by Tannon Snow and Justus Perry hitting HR's and Casey McCracken driving in 3 with a triple.  7-3.  The runs were all off of Charonnay Harris, who was having an issue with her grip, literally threw two pitches behind her, injuring herself the 2nd time.  I've never seen that before.   Seemed like a minor foot injury, yes, the pitch hit her foot and rolled behind her....allowing a run to score.  Weird.   Ashley Swindle came in and pitched well in relief of Harris and Kara Bilodeau looked solid as well to finish things up.
That is some report
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Very well said. I'm sure the kid is a good pitcher , but Flo has certainly changed from when Brentt first started. Great info and always good to have a softball site , but more than a few of the " top 100" didn't even see the field this summer. Coaches kid, parent kissin fanny's kid. The usual stuff.


FloSoftball is very political and they only see a small portion of players.
3leftturns

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Find me a better national list. You won't

Yes, plenty of misses... but the Top 25 year after year holds up pretty well
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