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  1. I'm making the comments based on probability - is it more likely that a) the two best candidates were equally worthy, and that they happened to come from 2 teams not likely to do well this season, or b) this is the SEC throwing these teams a bone. A is possible, but much, much less likely than B. Like I said before, I'm sure all 6 girls had good weeks. It's tough to find better candidates because I don't follow other teams that closely. Upon further inspection, the MSU players look more suspect than the Auburn girls - Auburn at least played a couple tough games against Minnesota while the best team MSU faced was UABx2 (ranked 81 by Massey). I'd put Wickersham's 12.1 IP, 1ER vs Washington and Colorado ST over Willis' 14IP, 1ER against UAB and bad teams.
  2. Let's switch topics, I have a bridge you might be interested in purchasing.
  3. Yeah, I'm sure all 6 players had good weeks but this is just throwing 2 bad softball programs a bone, pretty patronizing.
  4. It's one thing to be positive and gracious, but you lose all credibility when you say " She can do more than pitch. She can hit, and I mean really hit." after you gave the girl 4 plate appearances (0-3 plus a SH), and she's going to be playing a much higher level of competition. That's pretty embarrassing.
  5. I was quoting ellitor who said something like "she's likely going to leadoff", but then edited his post and my post.
  6. If she's our leadoff hitter, Auburn is going to be awful. .319 career OBP (she doesn't walk) against weak competition (119th SoS per Massey in 2019), 9 CS in 30 career attempts. Judging by her total chances in the OF, you can speculatively say her range is good, but she has committed a few too many errors imo. Overall, not someone you'd want starting in the SEC.
  7. Ahh you're correct, they didn't bother adding either of them to the roster or stats page on the NPF website.
  8. 6 games in, no "just graduated" seniors nor Victoria Draper have appeared this year for the Eagles.
  9. SoftballAmerica.com has the full softball transfer portal. It appears to be updated daily. https://www.softballamerica.com/stories/ncaa-softball-division-i-transfer-tracker/ Carmyn Greenwood and Tate Moseley are both in the transfer portal... https://www.al.com/auburn/2019/05/auburn-softball-player-carmyn-greenwood-enters-transfer-portal.html
  10. Damn, you just keep digging huh? There's no real point in continuing this if you think "Nobody pitches consistently up on purpose."
  11. How hard is it to tell Fornis and Greenwood apart commentator? They even gave you a prolonged close up as she ran off the field.
  12. Harris pitches up on purpose. To get flyballs. Flyballs go far tonight (and here). Other team good at hitting flyballs. Maybe bad idea. Get it?
  13. It's not 1960 anymore, you can stop using average.