10th Region Baseball Discussion

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    Quote Originally Posted by insertnamehere View Post
    Enough about summer ball. Let's talk about the region.

    Well what do you want to know?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Breds_12 View Post
    Well what do you want to know?
    Who are players to watch?

    Underrated players?

    Top returning hitters and pitchers?

    New Coaches?

    Enlighten us all...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Traditorem View Post
    Who are players to watch?

    Underrated players?

    Top returning hitters and pitchers?

    New Coaches?

    Enlighten us all...
    Players to watch....Dye,Martin,Thompson,Moss,Thomas,Chestine, shane Fowler

    Top Pitchers... Logan Dailey, Jared Martin, Mason Fowler

    The only team you gunna have to watch out for will be Harrison co.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breds_12 View Post
    Players to watch....Dye,Martin,Thompson,Moss,Thomas,Chestine, shane Fowler

    Top Pitchers... Logan Dailey, Jared Martin, Mason Fowler

    The only team you gunna have to watch out for will be Harrison co.
    Wow, where has Harrison Co. made their reservations for the state tourney?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polar Cat View Post
    Wow, where has Harrison Co. made their reservations for the state tourney?
    I am guessing it will be a party of 9 at Applebee's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Polar Cat View Post
    Wow, where has Harrison Co. made their reservations for the state tourney?
    I belive Harrison can go ahead and start selling tickets to there fans for the state tounrney.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breds_12 View Post
    I belive Harrison can go ahead and start selling tickets to there fans for the state tounrney.
    That's a bold statement there Breds...but that's why they play the games. Good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by DISTORTEDHUMOR View Post
    Harrison County is going to be the team to beat, I don't think they will have much competition. They have alot of solid juniors, and sophmores.
    They will have more competition than you are giving them credit for having. I agree they are the team to beat, but it can happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breds_12 View Post
    I belive Harrison can go ahead and start selling tickets to there fans for the state tounrney.
    Wow! Don't count your chickens before they hatch. Alot can happen between now and June.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rake View Post
    You are missing the point. Travel teams which is what you are talking about in Northern Ky. are different than a schools summer teams. Harrison uses their summer for their players and their players only, to get experience for mostly younger guys who did not participate that much the previous varsity season. Most travel teams are in it to get exposure for individuals; Harrison does it to develop the TEAM. And does Bourbon use only Bourbon kids? They used to get kids from all over! When all is said and done Harrison will be the team, hands down.
    Harrison Co. has for the most part had a good team for many years, Congrats to them for that. However there is much to be said for your upper level select/ traveling teams. I do not think the teams that I'm am aware of are developing individuals only. The top select teams expect all of their players to go on to play college ball, all of them, not just a select few. It is great to take a group of young players as a team and try to keep them together as a team. We did this with oldest sons group, eight players from a team we started as sixth graders played varsity baseball together, it can be a good thing, but don't say that a only a few individuals are singled out in select ball, it's not true on your better teams.

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    Honestly I'd rather players on the select teams because it will only HELP their game as they will see much better competition than some of these high school summer teams will see. It will help their development and open their eyes to some of the talent that exists out there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dd734 View Post
    Harrison Co. has for the most part had a good team for many years, Congrats to them for that. However there is much to be said for your upper level select/ traveling teams. I do not think the teams that I'm am aware of are developing individuals only. The top select teams expect all of their players to go on to play college ball, all of them, not just a select few. It is great to take a group of young players as a team and try to keep them together as a team. We did this with oldest sons group, eight players from a team we started as sixth graders played varsity baseball together, it can be a good thing, but don't say that a only a few individuals are singled out in select ball, it's not true on your better teams.
    I didn't say for a few individuals being singled out!! please go back and read again; what was stated was that it is for individuals; aka individuals from alot of different teams; as opposed to what Harrison Co. does to develop a TEAM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaseballIsLife View Post
    Honestly I'd rather players on the select teams because it will only HELP their game as they will see much better competition than some of these high school summer teams will see. It will help their development and open their eyes to some of the talent that exists out there.
    Everyone has a right to a choice and a preference; I guess it depends on what you are trying to accomplish; are you in it for your High School Team or the individual; that is why some teams will be so so and other teams will keep on reloading.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rake View Post
    Everyone has a right to a choice and a preference; I guess it depends on what you are trying to accomplish; are you in it for your High School Team or the individual; that is why some teams will be so so and other teams will keep on reloading.
    I disagree with this. Baseball is an individual game within a team game in itself if that makes any sense to you. By an individual improving his skills and playing ablities then he makes the TEAM even better. You don't have to play together on the same summer team to have a good high school team. By playing better competition you will improve your skills and then improve your team as you will be able to produce more.

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    Congrats to Jr. Jared Martin and So. Logan Dailey on being the only top 50 players in the state from the 10th region.

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