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ChinMusic

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It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess.



Pays well. 😉
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It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess.


Besides the fact that it's Oklahoma, it has got to be very attractive to an Assistant Coach knowing your coming into a situation where you can really make your mark from the get go for all the reasons you stated.
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Besides the fact that it's Oklahoma, it has got to be very attractive to an Assistant Coach knowing your coming into a situation where you can really make your mark from the get go for all the reasons you stated.
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It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess.

Why defiantly?
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You could be wrong too, janie.


Or Osterman.
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You're correcting people on grammar now when you can't even tell the difference between weight and wait?
HenryLouisAaron

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<< It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess. >> (D22)


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Parker and Lowary actually threw a little less than 71% of Oklahoma's innings in 2018. Other pitchers threw 117 innings last season (most by Lopez and then Conrad).
HenryLouisAaron

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<< Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season. >> (D22)


You know...  about twenty years ago...
PG took a chance on a young catcher who had just graduated from Oklahoma (named Melyssa) and made her the team's new pitching/catcher coach.

Patty has said recently that many of the players on this year's team will go on to become excellent coaches.
And she specifically mentioned that she thinks Lea Wodach will be a special one.

Wouldn't that be something... 
if history repeats itself... 
with Lea becoming the new Melyssa.


I think the odds are highly against replacing Lombardi with an unproven brand new coach...
but wouldn't that be something.
scrybe

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<< It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess. >> (D22)


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Parker and Lowary actually threw a little less than 71% of Oklahoma's innings in 2018. Other pitchers threw 117 innings last season (most by Lopez and then Conrad).


LOL. Surely you understand by now that 95% of the posters on this board make hyperbolic statements about 99.75% of the time.
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It’s defiantly going to be a different look next year for OU.   The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year.  An incoming freshman and a transfer who thought they were going to learn from Lombardi.   Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season.   Not the best of circumstances but a great job to land anyways, I guess.

I'm still wondering why we are going to be so defiant this year?
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I'm still wondering why we are going to be so defiant this year?


We're obviously just a very defiant lot, LL.
Oger

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<< Not to mention the loss of the catcher who caught most of the innings last season. >> (D22)


You know...  about twenty years ago...
PG took a chance on a young catcher who had just graduated from Oklahoma (named Melyssa) and made her the team's new pitching/catcher coach.

Patty has said recently that many of the players on this year's team will go on to become excellent coaches.
And she specifically mentioned that she thinks Lea Wodach will be a special one.

Wouldn't that be something... 
if history repeats itself... 
with Lea becoming the new Melyssa.


I think the odds are highly against replacing Lombardi with an unproven brand new coach...
but wouldn't that be something.

Blue collar catchers make for good coaches..
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I knew as soon as i threw out a percentage someone would run and do a bunch of math. [rolleyes] Most of us don't see OU play until on ESPN.  Never saw the others pitching, but I'm sure you will let me know how many innings #3 & #4 threw in the supers and WCWS.   
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<< The new pitching coach is going to have to deal with the loss of the two pitchers who threw 95% of all the innings last year. >> (D22)

<< Parker and Lowary actually threw a little less than 71% of Oklahoma's innings in 2018. Other pitchers threw 117 innings last season (most by Lopez and then Conrad). >> (me)

<< I knew as soon as i threw out a percentage someone would run and do a bunch of math. [rolleyes] Most of us don't see OU play until on ESPN.  Never saw the others pitching, but I'm sure you will let me know how many innings #3 & #4 threw in the supers and WCWS. >> (D22)


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You could have written "threw 95% of all the SR and WCWS innings"...   but you didn't.

And you could have simply replied...  thanks for that correction. It's much appreciated. It's nice to learn something new.
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I knew as soon as i threw out a percentage someone would run and do a bunch of math. [rolleyes] Most of us don't see OU play until on ESPN.  Never saw the others pitching, but I'm sure you will let me know how many innings #3 & #4 threw in the supers and WCWS.   


You can avoid all that by not posting 100% of the time.
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Lea Wodach will be on staff this year......as a GA
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Lea Wodach will be on staff this year......as a GA


That's good news. Should greatly benefit the young Sooners catcher.
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Lauren chamberlain needs to become a hitting coach somewhere. I think it'll keep her in shape and get rid of her rolls and belly fat. Shouldn't be like that a such a young age. Especially a young lady
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i try not to but sometimes it just makes me feel good that i proved them wrong with facts, lmao
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DO NOT REPLY TO TROLL

STOP YELLING YOUR MAKING ME SAD
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Kelani will be there this season. Growenwagon isn’t returning. Fingers crossed for Rocha or Cat Osterman.
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Kelani will be there this season. Growenwagon isn’t returning. Fingers crossed for Rocha or Cat Osterman.

Kelani will be a GA?
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<< Lauren chamberlain needs to become a hitting coach somewhere. I think it'll keep her in shape and get rid of her rolls and belly fat. Shouldn't be like that a such a young age. Especially a young lady >> (junkie)


LC has put on a few pounds this past off season... mostly because she had to be inactive for much of the off season. She had shoulder surgery - and then just as she was getting back into working out... she suffered a back injury - which resulted in back surgery. So she was unable to work out again until just before this NPF season.

Lauren is now back to playing again... and is leading the NPF in power numbers - despite having been able to play just half as much as the other leaders.

Player                   G    AB    HR    AB/HR
L. Chamberlain     12    33     6       5.50
E. Carosone         23    54     8       6.75
S. Romero           25    76     7     10.86
A. Peterson          27    68     6     11.33
K. Sandberg        27    71     6     11.87
S. Pendley           24    63     4     15.75
M. Wiggins          24    80     5     16.00
S. Robinson         27    86     5     17.20


Lauren Chamberlain's NPF 2018 season stats  so far:
AB    H   2B   HR   EBH   TB   R   RBI     BA     OBP    SLG      OPS
33   12    2     6      8     34   9    16    .364   .400   1.030   1.430

She leads the NPF in AB/HR, slugging percentage and OPS.
Only two NPF players have more RBI than LC despite her playing in so few games... 
and only two players have hit more HR. 
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<< Lauren chamberlain needs to become a hitting coach somewhere. I think it'll keep her in shape and get rid of her rolls and belly fat. Shouldn't be like that a such a young age. Especially a young lady >> (junkie)


LC has put on a few pounds this past off season... mostly because she had to be inactive for much of the off season. She had shoulder surgery - and then just as she was getting back into working out... she suffered a back injury - which resulted in back surgery. So she was unable to work out again until just before this NPF season.

Lauren is now back to playing again... and is leading the NPF in power numbers - despite having been able to play just half as much as the other leaders.

Player                   G    AB    HR    AB/HR
L. Chamberlain     12    33     6       5.50
E. Carosone         23    54     8       6.75
S. Romero           25    76     7     10.86
A. Peterson          27    68     6     11.33
K. Sandberg        27    71     6     11.87
S. Pendley           24    63     4     15.75
M. Wiggins          24    80     5     16.00
S. Robinson         27    86     5     17.20


Lauren Chamberlain's NPF 2018 season stats  so far:
AB    H   2B   HR   EBH   TB   R   RBI     BA     OBP    SLG      OPS
33   12    2     6      8     34   9    16    .364   .400   1.030   1.430

She leads the NPF in AB/HR, slugging percentage and OPS.
Only two NPF players have more RBI than LC despite her playing in so few games... 
and only two players have hit more HR. 
I'm happy for her she's a beautiful girl but would be gorgeous once she loses 20 pounds.
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Here are a few 2018 NPF stats for the Oklahoma grads - as of today... 

Player                   G   AB    H   2B  3B   HR   EBH   TB     R   RBI     BA     OBP    SLG      OPS
L. Chamberlain     12   33   12    2    0     6      8     34     9    16    .364   .400   1.030   1.430
S. Pendley            24  63    18   5     0     4      9     35   13    14    .286   .392    .556     .948
N. Pendley            13  22     4    0    1     0      1       6     8      3    .182   .280    .273     .553

Nicole had 3 hits and 3 RBI in her first 3 games... but has fallen off since that nice start.

Pitcher          G   GS     IP    H   HR    R   ER   BB   SO   W-L   Sv    ERA
K. Ricketts     5    3    24.0   7    0     0     0     2    26   3-0     2    0.00
P. Parker        4    1     9.0   9    0     0     0     0      9   2-0     1    0.00
P. Lowary       8    1   14.0   8    2     9     7     5    17    2-2    2    3.50
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I'm happy for her she's a beautiful girl but would be gorgeous once she loses 20 pounds.


I get that you’re a troll, but your material might be better appreciated on the reddit incel forums you’re cribbing from. At least be original.
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You can avoid all that by not posting 100% of the time.


LOL

Makes me happy to know you've actually got a sense of humor. [smile]
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Kelani will be a GA?


Yes. 

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