Harrison vs. Trinity

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    Not much to say on this one. Trinity owns a 4-0 win over the Breds and unless there is an overturn in the disqualification of the Harrison County player the Breds will be shorthanded as well. I think Harrison will put forth a great effort as always, but the odds are leaning in Trinity's favor. Trinity should win this one, but never count the Thorobreds out. Good luck to the Thorobreds!
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    Did he get ejected from last game? If so, for what?

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    If Dye somehow gets to play thursday I assume Martin will throw for the breds but if he isnt able to Dailey or Chasteen should get the call. If the breds can play error free baseball and hit the ball and get the runs they could pull away with this one. Trinity is a great team so this should be a good game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Breds Fan View Post
    Could the winner of this game become the 2009 state champion?
    LexCath will be a formidable second round or Final Four opponent in their home town. Is it possible for Trinity or Harrison County to win, certainly. It will come down to the #2 and #3 pitchers as usual.

    Does anyone recall which Trinity pitcher threw versus the 'Breds at Bullitt East.
    I witnessed the game but do not know if it was Rueff or Littrell.

    Rain is forecast all day on Thursday in Lexington.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsrocks View Post
    LexCath will be a formidable second round or Final Four opponent in their home town. Is it possible for Trinity or Harrison County to win, certainly. It will come down to the #2 and #3 pitchers as usual.

    Does anyone recall which Trinity pitcher threw versus the 'Breds at Bullitt East.
    I witnessed the game but do not know if it was Rueff or Littrell.

    Rain is forecast all day on Thursday in Lexington.
    Great news. We do have mud cleats dont we???? Keep it going Rocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsrocks View Post
    Rain is forecast all day on Thursday in Lexington.
    That should help Harrison County as every game in the 10th Region Tournament had rain delays!

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    Quote Originally Posted by thsrocks View Post
    LexCath will be a formidable second round or Final Four opponent in their home town. Is it possible for Trinity or Harrison County to win, certainly. It will come down to the #2 and #3 pitchers as usual.

    Does anyone recall which Trinity pitcher threw versus the 'Breds at Bullitt East.
    I witnessed the game but do not know if it was Rueff or Littrell.

    Rain is forecast all day on Thursday in Lexington.
    Nick Porter

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    Not wanting to "hex us" - but anyone have an idea as to the format or plan should tomorrows games be rained out ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by JIM SEYMOUR # 85 View Post
    Not wanting to "hex us" - but anyone have an idea as to the format or plan should tomorrows games be rained out ???
    I would think with the forecast that they would move everything back 1 day. Play 4 games Friday, 2 on Saturday and 1 on Sunday. That is unless there is something scheduled at Applebee's Park. If so, they could also move some games to Cliff Hagen Stadium as a possibility. These are just my opinion of course nothing official.

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    Sad to hear Littrell's grandfather passed away early this week. I don't think it will affect his availability for play.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hilltopper2005 View Post
    I would think with the forecast that they would move everything back 1 day. Play 4 games Friday, 2 on Saturday and 1 on Sunday. That is unless there is something scheduled at Applebee's Park. If so, they could also move some games to Cliff Hagen Stadium as a possibility. These are just my opinion of course nothing official.


    They would not play the championship game on a Sunday. I think the format would be the 4 quarterfinal games on Friday, the 2 semifinal games would be on Saturday morning, and the championship game on Saturday night. Last year that is what they did. These is just my opinion though.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kybred View Post
    They would not play the championship game on a Sunday. I think the format would be the 4 quarterfinal games on Friday, the 2 semifinal games would be on Saturday morning, and the championship game on Saturday night. Last year that is what they did. These is just my opinion though.
    That would not be good for the Breds or Rocks.

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    Past games don't matter! This game simply comes down to focus and execution. I am going with my heart and say Trinity wins! GO ROCKS! Win our first State Title in Baseball

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