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Ij10

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Did either Freshman Oh or Galvan get any innings? How have they looked this Fall?

Oh pitched 3 innings. Look a little nervous which is to to expected had a little control issue early but did fine when she settled down. Galvan pitched 2 inning and threw well.
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I will be there for next weekends games. I couldn't make it yesterday. I live about 1.5 hours away. How did Oh and Galvan look? Scores?
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I miss typed I think they will have time to ease into the season. They looked fine. Beat charlotte 3 to 1 and 6 to 4.
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I want to see Osorio get her shot in OKC again. Love to watch her pitch.
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I want to see Osorio get her shot in OKC again. Love to watch her pitch.


I'll take 3 out of 4.  Interesting that Dunne went 3 out of 4; Traina went 3 out of 4; Litttlejohn went 3 out of 4; and hopefully Osorio can.  Maybe Stephen can correct me if I'm wrong.
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I'll take 3 out of 4.  Interesting that Dunne went 3 out of 4; Traina went 3 out of 4; Litttlejohn went 3 out of 4; and hopefully Osorio can.  Maybe Stephen can correct me if I'm wrong.


SVB also went 3 out of 4
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Me too I enjoy watching her pitch.
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<< I don't have stats, but was there a noticeable increase in offensive production during Glasco's time? >> (jayrot)

<< Here are just some stats...“In his three seasons at Texas A&M, the Aggies produced a slash line of .300/.400/.500. His clubs tallied 465 extra-base hits, including 213 home runs and scored 6.1 runs per game over that span.” 
I’m not sure how they were offensively before he got there, but I’m assuming they have improved under him. >> (ProveThemWrong)

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Here are the Texas A&M offensive numbers over the period you are discussing...

Year ....... BA ...... OBP ...... SLG ...... OPS ...... R/G
2017 .... .298 ..... .412 ..... .490 ...... .902 ..... 5.73
2016 .... .328 ..... .427 ..... .551 ...... .988 ..... 7.27
2015 .... .278 ..... .398 ..... .459 ...... .857 ..... 5.25
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2014 .... .304 ..... .396 ..... .498 ...... .894 ..... 5.97
2013 .... .303 ..... .409 ..... .572 ...... .981 ..... 6.10
2012 .... .292 ..... .395 ..... .478 ...... .873 ..... 4.93

In each case, the first year of each three year period - was the worst of the bunch.
Then the second year showed a vast improvement in the team's offensive production
They improved 2 full runs per game from 2015 to 2016 (from 5.25 to 7.27).
And then the team fell back offensively in the third year of each three year period. 
However, the drop was much more dramatic between 2016 and 2017... 
as the team's R/G dropped more than 1.5 runs per game last season.

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LOL... w/o benefit of knowing AB nos., OPS is sliiiiiiightly better from 2012-14
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<< I want to see Osorio get her shot in OKC again. Love to watch her pitch. >> (Sec fan91)

<< Me too I enjoy watching her pitch. >> (softballjunkie223)

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Me as well. Her games against Minnesota and Florida this last post season were so much fun to watch.
I love her presence in the circle. She battles as well as anyone... and I think she loves it (the big game pressure).
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I'll take 3 out of 4.  Interesting that Dunne went 3 out of 4; Traina went 3 out of 4; Litttlejohn went 3 out of 4; and hopefully Osorio can.  Maybe Stephen can correct me if I'm wrong.


Still wish Bama would've gotten past Florida in 2011. No doubt they would have take down ASU imo
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<< I want to see Osorio get her shot in OKC again. Love to watch her pitch. >> (Sec fan91)

<< Me too I enjoy watching her pitch. >> (softballjunkie223)

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Me as well. Her games against Minnesota and Florida this last post season were so much fun to watch.
I love her presence in the circle. She battles as well as anyone... and I think she loves it (the big game pressure).

I can't recall the interview but some where during post season osorio said she felt she needed to be perfect. That's probably why her walks were up towards the end of last season. I can't recall but I think last season might have been the most walks she has given up since going to Alabama?
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I am interested to see how all of these new pitchers do at the college level. Georgia, SC, Miss State, Kentucky, and Missouri have some questions as far as pitching and new comers on their way in.
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<< I don't have stats, but was there a noticeable increase in offensive production during Glasco's time? >> (jayrot)

<< Here are just some stats...“In his three seasons at Texas A&M, the Aggies produced a slash line of .300/.400/.500. His clubs tallied 465 extra-base hits, including 213 home runs and scored 6.1 runs per game over that span.” 
I’m not sure how they were offensively before he got there, but I’m assuming they have improved under him. >> (ProveThemWrong)

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

Here are the Texas A&M offensive numbers over the period you are discussing...

Year ....... BA ...... OBP ...... SLG ...... OPS ...... R/G
2017 .... .298 ..... .412 ..... .490 ...... .902 ..... 5.73
2016 .... .328 ..... .427 ..... .551 ...... .988 ..... 7.27
2015 .... .278 ..... .398 ..... .459 ...... .857 ..... 5.25
=================================
2014 .... .304 ..... .396 ..... .498 ...... .894 ..... 5.97
2013 .... .303 ..... .409 ..... .572 ...... .981 ..... 6.10
2012 .... .292 ..... .395 ..... .478 ...... .873 ..... 4.93

In each case, the first year of each three year period - was the worst of the bunch.
Then the second year showed a vast improvement in the team's offensive production
They improved 2 full runs per game from 2015 to 2016 (from 5.25 to 7.27).
And then the team fell back offensively in the third year of each three year period. 
However, the drop was much more dramatic between 2016 and 2017... 
as the team's R/G dropped more than 1.5 runs per game last season.



This was kinda my assumption. A&Ms offense was solid when he got there. It's not like it was a Deese to Myers turnaround.
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Still wish Bama would've gotten past Florida in 2011. No doubt they would have take down ASU imo


I feel that way about 2009.
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SVB also went 3 out of 4


Gracias! What'd laird do?
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Gracias! What'd laird do?


1 for 4
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I feel that way about 2009.


Just noticed my typo. *facepalm*
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No way that Escobedo gets through Dunne & Traina.
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1 for 4


Dang was hoping it was 2.
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Dang was hoping it was 2.


Your Jackets helped prevent that her senior year.  Her junior year had the tough losses to Michigan and USF.
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Your Jackets helped prevent that her senior year.  Her junior year had the tough losses to Michigan and USF.


That 2002 regional was a nightmare for me, but strangely what caused me to become addicted to softball.  And dang I wish Kate Madden was still coaching.
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<< I can't recall the interview but some where during post season osorio said she felt she needed to be perfect. That's probably why her walks were up towards the end of last season. I can't recall but I think last season might have been the most walks she has given up since going to Alabama? >> (softballjunkie223)

Here are some Alexis Osorio stats from her first three seasons at Alabama...

Year ....... IP ....... H .... 2B ... 3B ... HR ... EBH ... BB ... HB .... SO ... WP ... ER ... ERA .... W - L ... SV
2015 ... 192.0 ... 112 .... 9 ..... 1 .... 13 .... 23 .... 72 .... 16 ... 227 .... 6 .... 48 ... 1.75 ... 22 - 9 .... 0
2016 ... 184.2 ... 135 .. 13 ..... 0 .... 21 .... 34 .... 74 .... 26 ... 273 .... 6 .... 63 ... 2.39 ... 19 - 7 .... 7
2017 ... 203.0 .... 80 .... 8 ..... 1 .... 14 .... 23 ... 106 .... 18 ... 334 .... 1 .... 35 ... 1.21 ... 23 - 8 .... 4

Year ..... H/G .... EBH/G .... BB/G .... FB/G ..... SO/G
2015 ... 4.08 ..... 0.84 ...... 2.63 ..... 3.21 ...... 8.28
2016 ... 5.12 ..... 1.29 ...... 2.81 ..... 3.79 .... 10.35
2017 ... 2.76 ..... 0.79 ...... 3.66 ..... 4.28 .... 11.52


FB/G = Free Bases Per Game (per game = per 7 IP). FB are (BB+HB).

So, yes, her walks were up about 1 walk per game - compared to her first two seasons (2.7 to 3.7).
On average she walked 3 batters per game her first two seasons - and 4 batters per game in 2017. 

She has been an awesome pitcher since she first showed up at Alabama. She had a bit of a sophomore slump... but she showed nice improvement in 2017 as she was down to basically 3 hits and 1 ER allowed per game. She is a tremendous strikeout pitcher... and if she gets her FB down to closer to 2 per game (instead of 4) - she will be even tougher to beat. Her competitive intensity on the field is a joy to watch.

More run support from her teammates would do a lot to help her W-L record. 
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Keith Stein to Texas A&M as new hitting coach.
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I want to see Osorio get her shot in OKC again. Love to watch her pitch.

She's the best in the country when she's on IMO

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She's the best in the country when she's on IMO


I agree. Got to see her at Coastal Carolina last year and I've not seen someone spin he ball as tightly as she does with that decent of velocity. She had me mesmerized
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I’d take Barnhill over Osorio, but that’s just me.
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I’d take Barnhill over Osorio, but that’s just me.


I like Barnhill, but she leaps. I don't know how she doesn't get called.
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Triple crown
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I’d take Barnhill over Osorio, but that’s just me.


Hard argument to pick a side for. Barnhill has the speed Osorio doesnt and can maintain spin with that speed. Also hard because I want to make an argument that AO did better with Floridas offense in that floridas offense was more potent than Alabamas last year.

But realistically I want both on my team.
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I like them both and wouldn't mind them both on my team. If barnhill can legally pitch an off speed with her rise balls I believe she could potentially de devastating to opposing hitters. I think osorio will cut down her walks her senior year and will develop another pitch.
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