Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Baseball1000 » Tue Apr 12, 2011 10:38 pm

Which sophomores do you see making an impact on their team? I'm only familiar with EDC but throw in WDA if you know any.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby gunslinger13 » Wed Apr 13, 2011 8:39 am

south- aaron green should get a good amount of varsty bats lots of power potential has had a rocky start so far.

shanley- lincoln voss will start at 3rd base and alex widmer will play right field both are good fielders and should have good seasons at the plate, and voss should start some conference games for shanley.

davies- casey quilan if healthy could be a dominate pitcher this year lefty throws low to mid 80s with a dirty curve.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby fargocatcher10 » Wed Apr 13, 2011 3:30 pm

gunslinger you have no idea what your talking about. ive seen several of your posts on baseball topics and you are very far off with your opinions. quinlan does not through low 80s, he will be lucky to throw 75. he will get crushed against any team with some skill.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Baseball1000 » Wed Apr 13, 2011 6:38 pm

fargocatcher10 wrote:gunslinger you have no idea what your talking about. ive seen several of your posts on baseball topics and you are very far off with your opinions. quinlan does not through low 80s, he will be lucky to throw 75. he will get crushed against any team with some skill.

He throws atleast 75, I would say more like 78. I doubt he'll get "crushed" often, he's got some good stuff.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby gunslinger13 » Wed Apr 13, 2011 10:16 pm

fargocatcher10
have you seen quilan pitch? id like to know where you get 75 from because i heard from his coaches he was around 77-78 this summer and i know he has been lifting and throwing in the offseason. go watch him play talk to some coaches then comment back.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby gopackgo » Thu Apr 14, 2011 8:22 am

gunslinger13 wrote:fargocatcher10
have you seen quilan pitch? id like to know where you get 75 from because i heard from his coaches he was around 77-78 this summer and i know he has been lifting and throwing in the offseason. go watch him play talk to some coaches then comment back.


he probably lifts like his brother and just does bench press. big pecs are terrible to have as a pitcher.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby gunslinger13 » Thu Apr 14, 2011 10:39 pm

He does lift like his brother, but one thing he does different from his brother is he stays flexible. you can bench and do upper body as long as you can stay flexible and keep the flexion in your shoulders. I completely agree with you it is terrible for a pitcher but to this point he has been fine. The long term affects though could be bad if he doesnt tone it down.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby baseballer » Fri Apr 15, 2011 9:17 am

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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Indy5 » Thu Jun 30, 2011 11:32 am

I'd say for this past season, Caleb Fornshell of Minot has to be mentioned. He started at shortstop for the Magicians. Played well in the field and a great contact hitter.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Bamboozled » Fri Jul 15, 2011 11:42 am

fargocatcher10 wrote:gunslinger you have no idea what your talking about. ive seen several of your posts on baseball topics and you are very far off with your opinions. quinlan does not through low 80s, he will be lucky to throw 75. he will get crushed against any team with some skill.

Well don't you look silly saying quinlan is 'lucky' to throw 75. he dominated, and threw low to mid 80's.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Catchmasterflex » Sun Jul 24, 2011 12:54 pm

I disagree. I catch for Quinlin on a regular basis and he throws mid-80s consistently
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Catchmasterflex » Sun Jul 24, 2011 12:56 pm

Also you don't make all EDC by throwing 75mph
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby anyballgame45 » Mon Aug 01, 2011 5:59 pm

It makes no difference how hard you throw when you can't hit it.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby gunslinger13 » Mon Oct 03, 2011 12:46 pm

fargocatcher10 wrote:gunslinger you have no idea what your talking about. ive seen several of your posts on baseball topics and you are very far off with your opinions. quinlan does not through low 80s, he will be lucky to throw 75. he will get crushed against any team with some skill.

so fargocatcher10 do you feel like idiot? because quinlan definetly never got crushed, he barely was hit so before you say i have no idea what your talking about you should probably watch a player play and then open your mouth:)
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Ndbaseball999 » Fri Oct 07, 2011 9:19 am

gunslinger13 wrote:
fargocatcher10 wrote:gunslinger you have no idea what your talking about. ive seen several of your posts on baseball topics and you are very far off with your opinions. quinlan does not through low 80s, he will be lucky to throw 75. he will get crushed against any team with some skill.

so fargocatcher10 do you feel like idiot? because quinlan definetly never got crushed, he barely was hit so before you say i have no idea what your talking about you should probably watch a player play and then open your mouth:)


agreed gunslinger13, casey quinlan best pitcher in the state no questions asked.
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby Catchmasterflex » Wed Nov 02, 2011 11:33 pm

Without a doubt
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Re: Top sophomores/biggest impact?

Postby FanOfFootball » Fri Feb 17, 2012 11:21 pm

Chandler Jacob of Minot is going to be a HUGE impact of the states baseball. He trains almost litterally everyday at A.S.K (sport training facility) and has been improving very much, has a 85 mph fastball, and a mean curve ball. Watch out for this young gun, cause he brings it.
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