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3leftturns

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<< Answer is: went to high school east of the Mississippi River. >> (3LT)

I would never had guessed that. 
Makes one wonder how many players they have from the west side of the river...
I would love to know which other teams have eight major contributors at least 1,600 miles from home (850 at-bats and 400+ IP)
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<< Answer is: went to high school east of the Mississippi River. >> (3LT)

I would never had guessed that. 
Makes one wonder how many players they have from the west side of the river...

From west of the Mississippi River

Lauren Burke, 5 miles away

April Utecht, 241

Mia Camuso, 242

Cherish Burks, 443

Lauren Lindvall, 709

Mary Iakopo, 745

Haley Cruse, 845

Shaye Bowden, 941

Darya Kaboli-Nejad, 1,390

Olivia Kinsey, 1,508

Madi Bishop, 1,797

Shannon Rhodes, 1,614

 

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Kleist: 1,707 miles from home

Elish: 1,875

Sanders: 1,949

Mack: 2,100

Lilley: 2,115

Balint: 2,417

Svekis: 2,687



Sanders and Mack are transfers, and Balint is a very late commit add in Glasco from a couple of years ago and it makes you wonder how Oregon is finding money for kids in a day in age when most schools are strapped for money 3 years out.

You would think all 4 of those names are high dollar scholarships but I guess you never know.
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At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles.  One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph.  If they are now 111 miles apart, what time is it now?
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Sanders and Mack are transfers, and Balint is a very late commit add in Glasco from a couple of years ago and it makes you wonder how Oregon is finding money for kids in a day in age when most schools are strapped for money 3 years out.

You would think all 4 of those names are high dollar scholarships but I guess you never know.
Consecutive classes with a Hawkins, Lindvall, Costa, Glasco, Decker, Gillespie, Udria and Mercado represents a hunk of money coming off the books, I am guessing

Plus, a chunk was going to go to Becca Schulte for 2018, but she changed her mind in May and went to LSU, so that money was there
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At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles.  One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph.  If they are now 111 miles apart, what time is it now?
4:10?
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Well , I have to recalculate factoring now that you used air miles vs train miles or auto mile distances.
Then taking into account that more Air Bus 320 's fly from the Midwest and East Coast vs 737's flying from the Southwest
The later having a lower top speed but also less weight capacity might explain why players choose Oregon over local schools ?
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Air Bus or bust

They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time.
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Air Bus or bust

They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time.


Softball is 90% mental, and the other half is physical. [biggrin]
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Softball is 90% mental, and the other half is physical. [biggrin]

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Those who can count, and those who can't

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There are three types of accountants:

Those who can count, and those who can't



There are 11 types of mathematicians. Those who understand binary numbers and those who don’t.
Emptynester

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What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow ?
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Air Bus or bust

They've done studies, you know. 60% of the time, it works every time.

If it ain't Boeing, I ain't going!
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<< At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles.  One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph.  If they are now 111 miles apart, what time is it now? >> (Emptynester)

What time is it right now...?

It's 2:51 PM CST where I am.

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Btw... if a train left Los Angeles traveling westward at 82 mph... 
they would be in the Pacific ocean.

Glub, glub, glub... "Who's driving this thing!?!?!? Glub, glub...
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<< At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles.  One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph.  If they are now 111 miles apart, what time is it now? >> (Emptynester)

Doing the math... 
Since the one train basically went almost nowhere - before it went into the Pacific ocean... 
The other train went 111 miles at 66 mph... 
which would put the two 111 miles apart in approximately 1 hour and 41 minutes... 
so it would be 5:06 PM.
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At 3:25pm, two trains left Los Angeles.  One train traveled westward at a constant rate of 82 mph, while the other train traveled east at a constant rate of 66 mph.  If they are now 111 miles apart, what time is it now?

Time to fish that westbound train out of the ocean.

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What is the airspeed velocity of an unladen swallow ?

African?

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Alyssa Denham is going to be an Arizona Wildcat!
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Alyssa Denham is going to be an Arizona Wildcat!


Yep, Glasco will miss her. Denham was outstanding in the Sun Belt. Lot of wins but stats were forgettable. Not sure her Sun Belt success will translate to the PAC 12.  Maybe Mowatt can whip her into shape.
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She also played those 8 games against the super regional teams.... how did she do?
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She also played those 8 games against the super regional teams.... how did she do?


1-1 against Alabama, losses at LSU(2), Baylor. Who were other 3?
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1-1 against Alabama, losses at LSU(2), Baylor. Who were other 3?
Texas a&m... and ULL played 3 vs bama and 3 vs. Lsu
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Texas a&m... and ULL played 3 vs bama and 3 vs. Lsu


1 win against AM, only 2 appearances against LSU & AL.
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1 win against AM, only 2 appearances against LSU & AL.

28 2/3 IP, 13 ER, 48 BR
3.17 ERA
1.674 WHIP

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28 2/3 IP, 13 ER, 48 BR
3.17 ERA
1.674 WHIP



As a freshman, going from Sunbelt play to SEC etc hitters, passable I guess. At AZ under Mowatt I'm sure she will show improvement. Her learning curve will be short lived. Arrives first week January with less than a month to prepare. OJT & AZ needs help in circle. Will be fun to watch her progress. Thanks for stats 3left.

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Alyssa Denham is going to be an Arizona Wildcat!


Since I have been informed that I don’t know anything...I’ll seek some enlightenment. What is the consensus on the message these transfers are sending?

“If I can’t play for Mike I’ll leave, ie I can’t play for an administration that would fire him”
“I just can’t play for Glasco”
“This place is a s_ _ _ show, I’m gone”
“I can’t play with these players that didn’t support Mike”
“I can’t play with these players that did support Mike”
Other????

Honest question.
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Alyssa Denham is going to be an Arizona Wildcat!


Say what!!!!!!!
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The longer they play softball, the more successful softball teams emulate baseball. Denham will probably never be the ace of the staff, but she could be valuable eating up important innings. See Nat'l champs OU and Missouri transfer Paige Lowery.
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Denham made it very clear in her statement.
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“If I can’t play for Mike I’ll leave, ie I can’t play for an administration that would fire him” 

The majority of it was about Lotief.
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