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    Default Lee 4 Wolfe 1

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    who did Lee Pitch and how did he do ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Get Off The Track
    who did Lee Pitch and how did he do ?
    Thomas pitched for Lee, and was outstanding, pitching a one-hitter. He had a very good fastball and a nasty curve. Stamper pitched very well for Wolfe, allowing only five hits. The Wolves hung tough the whole game. It was 2-1 going into the 7th. Wolfe made a couple of mistakes and Lee took advantage, scoring two runs, basically putting the game away. The Bobcats defense was excellent, as it usually is. Should be a very good game with Leslie tomorrow night.

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    How is Lee County's hitting right now? I was told that they're not hitting the ball like they were earlier n the year. If so, then it's a bad part of the season to happen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Professor
    How is Lee County's hitting right now? I was told that they're not hitting the ball like they were earlier n the year. If so, then it's a bad part of the season to happen.
    Can't answer except they didn't knock the cover off the ball against Wolfe. But was it bad hitting or good pitching? Stamper was pretty tough in this game, he really battled hard, but his control was not quite as good as it usually is. Anyway, Lee County has great pitching, and has outstanding defense, so I think they have a chance to win every time they take the field even if they don't hit the ball well.