Friday, May 14, 2010

Make Up Game Open Thread.

As lyle pointed out yesterday, while every loss certainly counts, some losses count more than others, and a loss in this make up game to Air Force would almost certainly spell doom for the Frogs' chances of garnering one of the coveted top 8 seeds. At present, Jason Coats just drove in two with the bases loaded to tie it at 17 in the top of the 9th. If the Frogs can pull ahead, I have little doubt they will hold on for the win. Who knew watching baseball on CBSsports.com gametracker was so exciting? Almost as exciting as the real thing!

Also, as a primer between the games, here's Coach S discussing the scheduled series with Air Force this weekend. Consider it your seventh inning stretch.

Check this post for the final score. No promises on the second game.



9 comments:

Sir Wesley Willis said...

Heading to the bottom of the ninth tied at 17.

Also, baseball on the internet is far more exciting after a couple of Friday night whiskey dranks.

Sir Wesley Willis said...

Extra innings tied at 17. Think the Frogs should make short work of the Falcons.

shortnkerley's said...

Purke- 4 innings, 10 Ks. Good call by David Peterson about him moving into the pen. Need runs now, in the 11th.

buffalo said...

come on frogs!

THEFINCH said...

I'm not near a comp, details appreciated

buffalo said...

tied at 17. top of 12th. man on 2nd. 2 outs, schultz up

buffalo said...

19 - 17, good guys.

Sir Wesley Willis said...

Sorry dudes, bailed out for dinner. Thanks for fighting the good fight, buf

Rotten Arsenal said...

And the second game was an 8-2 victory... Winkler was pretty solid, 8 innings. Curry Homered. Solid play all around.

Oh and Coach P was there and actually hung around until the end of the second game (although he seemed more interested in chatting with folks near the TCU dugout). Also in attendance were a bunch of old baseball players, including former Frog and Major Leaguer Carl Warwick (won a ring with the '64 Cardinals that also featured Bob Gibson, Lou Brock, Curt Flood, and Bob Eucker). Also saw Frank Windegger.

And as for Purke, while the official scorecard saw this as a relief appearance, it was really more like a start since the game started like two months ago.