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jayrot

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http://www.pointstreak.com/baseball/scoreboard.html?leagueid=833
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Please don't tell me that PGF is following the ASA Gold's frustrating lead, and sporadically putting up live score updates/stats. I really don't mind that much in pool games -- though it would greatly help us parents 3,000 miles away -- but ASA didn't have live scores/updates from HALF of the Round-of-16 games in the winners bracket in Norman, Okla. Awful.


I'm pretty sure PGF will have all of the bracket play games covered, although not 100% sure.  I'll actually be at the tournament during bracket play, so I'm less concerned with it.
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Just as important to know what potential opponents are doing as it is knowing what my kid is up to. Anyway, PGF is indeed firing on all cylinders. ASA Gold was an embarrassment in this one area. And, yes, I was there, and it still sucked.


Your adjective was redundant.
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Any word why Jazmyn Jackson (Mitty) hasn't played in the first few games for Grapettes? She's a star. Hope she's not hurt.

In a few years Grapettes might be pushing for a top ten finish. Their 2014 pitcher Haley Snyder just committed to Stanford and Jackson and Pettis (2014's) both are headed to Cal.

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So far I have been able to "watch" all three of my daughter's pool games on-line.  It was a bit distracting while I was at the office, but so much better than waiting for the occasional text update from my husband.  Now he is asking me how certain plays were scored, and I know the line-up before he does at the fields.  Fabulous!
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Please don't tell me that PGF is following the ASA Gold's frustrating lead, and sporadically putting up live score updates/stats. I really don't mind that much in pool games -- though it would greatly help us parents 3,000 miles away -- but ASA didn't have live scores/updates from HALF of the Round-of-16 games in the winners bracket in Norman, Okla. Awful.


PGF is using Pointstreak to cover all 24 fields throughout Orange County and all 138 12U games last week while covering somewhere around 650 games this week.

You will also be able to watch or listen to live games on http://www.sportsnetusa.net.


Wednesday Schedule:
10:15 - Corona Angels Perez 16U vs San Jose Sting - Audio

12:30 - OC Batbusters Myers 16U vs Corona Angels Knighten  - Video

5:00 - Georgia Elite 14U vs Winner of NW Bullets/Sorcerers - Video

7:15 - OC Batbusters Espalin vs Winner of Corona Angels Martinez/SD Aztecs

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Please don't tell me that PGF is following the ASA Gold's frustrating lead, and sporadically putting up live score updates/stats. I really don't mind that much in pool games -- though it would greatly help us parents 3,000 miles away -- but ASA didn't have live scores/updates from HALF of the Round-of-16 games in the winners bracket in Norman, Okla. Awful.


PGF is using Pointstreak to cover all 24 fields throughout Orange County and all 138 12U games last week while covering somewhere around 650 games this week.

You will also be able to watch or listen to live games on http://www.sportsnetusa.net.


Wednesday Schedule:
10:15 - Corona Angels Perez 16U vs San Jose Sting - Audio

12:30 - OC Batbusters Myers 16U vs Corona Angels Knighten  - Video

5:00 - Georgia Elite 14U vs Winner of NW Bullets/Sorcerers - Video

7:15 - OC Batbusters Espalin vs Winner of Corona Angels Martinez/SD Aztecs
Truly spectacular.

Webcasts just SLIGHTLY Corona home-cooked, though. Ugh
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Interesting... On Friday in Oklahoma City, the Texas Glory was put into the losers bracket, dropping a 1-0 game to the SoCal Athletics, with Rachel Nasland guesting in the circle. In a rarity, the Glory, gets their second shot at her in less than five days, against The Next Level in the opening of bracket play at PGF. Scoreless after 1 1/2 at last glance....
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Interesting... On Friday in Oklahoma City, the Texas Glory was put into the losers bracket, dropping a 1-0 game to the SoCal Athletics, with Rachel Nasland guesting in the circle. In a rarity, the Glory, gets their second shot at her in less than five days, against The Next Level in the opening of bracket play at PGF. Scoreless after 1 1/2 at last glance....


And Glory gets the win this time around.  4-2
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Great pitching performance by Osorio (Corona Angels) going 7 innings giving up 3 hits and 5 Ks with 1 BB.  Angels beat ECB by a score of 2-0 (two of ECB's hits came from future teammate Kallie Case).

Sidenote, how did a 3-0 Pool Play team get matched up with a 2-1 Pool Play team in bracket play?
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Its a blind draw, pool games are just practice games and don't count toward bracket play.  I think only the top 4 teams are "protected" from playing each other.  I believe you will see those teams on the top line and bottom lines of the two brackets.


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In looking at teams playing in 18u PGF I see a total of 68 teams.  Per website, 13 teams were invited back from last year based on their finish.  In looking at qualifiers, there was a total of 31 births awarded.  That is a total of 44 teams.  How did the other 24 teams qualify?  Just curious.
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Interesting that neither Force nor Batbusters are throwing their Ace in this game. 

Tough loss for the Corona Angels but an absolutely outstanding performance by Osorio with 12 Ks in 8 innings. Didn't get to see Hoover throw her 17Ks yesterday against the TX Glory. 
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Interesting that neither Force nor Batbusters are throwing their Ace in this game. 

Tough loss for the Corona Angels but an absolutely outstanding performance by Osorio with 12 Ks in 8 innings. Didn't get to see Hoover throw her 17Ks yesterday against the TX Glory. 


I'm glad Pogue broke out of her slump with the homerun of Osorio in the 1st. 1 for 9 through the first three games is a little bit of a rough start. As a pitcher you hate to lose when you throw a game like that

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Interesting that neither Force nor Batbusters are throwing their Ace in this game. 

Tough loss for the Corona Angels but an absolutely outstanding performance by Osorio with 12 Ks in 8 innings. Didn't get to see Hoover throw her 17Ks yesterday against the TX Glory. 


I'm glad Pogue broke out of her slump with the homerun of Osorio in the 1st. 1 for 9 through the first three games is a little bit of a rough start. As a pitcher you hate to lose when you throw a game like that

 
It was a monster hit and the only solid hit Osorio gave up. Her offense and defense just let her down on those two errors and all the runners LOB. 
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In looking at teams playing in 18u PGF I see a total of 68 teams.  Per website, 13 teams were invited back from last year based on their finish.  In looking at qualifiers, there was a total of 31 births awarded.  That is a total of 44 teams.  How did the other 24 teams qualify?  Just curious.


The other teams were simply invited to play. Some are good ol' boys, some got a free pass for staging a qualifier, some are from outside CA that may not have come otherwise, others are a bit of a mystery, probably connections or sponsorship of some type. SGV Velocity was invited, and their head coach hosted the college coach cocktail party. There appears to be many ways into the tournament.
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I knew the first two years they hand selected a lot of teams to make sure the tournament got off the ground but, I thought that ended this year. From reading their website, it sounded like the freebie invites were over and all teams had to earn their way.

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PGF vs ASA, including the way teams make their way to Huntington Beach has been discussed ad nauseum.  One place you can read many opinions is on HeyBucket.
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