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4/22/2011 11:43:46 AM

Daweez04
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Kendall, do you think the new bats have anything to do with a team like Oregon State's success? They have always been a "small ball" type of team, not depending too much on power, and value solid pitching. While teams like ASU have thrived because of the big bats they recruit. Seems to me if you have better pitching and are built for small ball you now have an advantage.
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4/22/2011 10:43:59 PM

Kendall
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Daweez04 wrote:
Kendall, do you think the new bats have anything to do with a team like Oregon State's success? They have always been a "small ball" type of team, not depending too much on power, and value solid pitching. While teams like ASU have thrived because of the big bats they recruit. Seems to me if you have better pitching and are built for small ball you now have an advantage.
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I've said this since the beginning of the season, but teams that play defense and pitch well are going to have success with the new bats. The Beavers do both well, so it's easy to me to see why they're having success.

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