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    Default Ryle 4 Boone County 2

    Congrats to the Raiders on defeating another good team and notching an important district win. I assume it was Downs over Teegarden and a nice win on the road for Ryle.

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    4/6/12 Ryle at Boone Co
    Team 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R H E
    Ryle 0 0 2 2 0 0 0 0 4 4 2
    Boone Co 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 4 3

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    Boone Co
    Hitters AB R H RBI BB SO
    #3 CHASE STANLEY 3 0 1 0 0 0
    #10 AJ QUATKEMEYER 2 0 0 0 0 1
    #11 DOUG TEEGARDEN 3 0 0 0 0 1
    #18 KAMERON SCHWARTZ 3 1 1 0 0 1
    #25 KYLE CHURCH 3 0 0 0 0 0
    #8 TYLER MORGAN 3 0 1 1 0 0
    #1 TYLER EGLIAN 2 0 0 0 0 2
    #20 ROBERT HILES 2 0 1 1 0 1
    #2 JOHNKELLY RAMIREZ 2 0 0 0 0 1
    #35 Cameron Faehr 0 0 0 0 0 0
    #12 ALEX MCGARR 0 1 0 0 0 0
    #13 TREY MARTIN 1 0 0 0 0 0
    Totals 24 2 4 2 0 7
    E- #1 TYLER EGLIAN (1), #35 Cameron Faehr (2)
    Sac- #10 AJ QUATKEMEYER (1)
    SB- #18 KAMERON SCHWARTZ (1)

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    Pitchers IP H R ER BB SO HR
    #11 DOUG TEEGARDEN 4.0 4 4 1 4 3 0
    #30 TYLER SCHULTZ 3.0 0 0 0 1 3 0

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    4/6 BASE: Ryle Downs Boone County

    Tee gives up only one earned run, of the four scored by Ryle! As I have said before, Pitching and Defense will win you games this year!

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    Doug Teegarden did not have his best stuff last night. To defend is the action of protecting oneself, one's plate, or one's allotted part of the playing area against an opponent's attacks. Boone made mistakes and Ryle took advantage of them.
    Congrats to a very good Ryle team for the win.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theoldguy View Post
    4/6 BASE: Ryle Downs Boone County

    Tee gives up only one earned run, of the four scored by Ryle! As I have said before, Pitching and Defense will win you games this year!
    I totally agree.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Base View Post
    Doug Teegarden did not have his best stuff last night. To defend is the action of protecting oneself, one's plate, or one's allotted part of the playing area against an opponent's attacks. Boone made mistakes and Ryle took advantage of them.
    Congrats to a very good Ryle team for the win.
    Ryle played a good game and Downs did a great job, but when was the last time you saw Teegarden give up 4 walks in a game much less four innings? The plate was very very very small when Boone was on defense and this is not the first time it has happened with the same person looking at the plate. If I was coach HUff it would be the last time!! I know I will catch it from a lot of people but this is how I feel about it and I do not care what anyone else has to say. The last time I checked the actual plate does not grow or shrink. Sorry, but I really do feel a little better at this moment!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimeballer View Post
    Ryle played a good game and Downs did a great job, but when was the last time you saw Teegarden give up 4 walks in a game much less four innings? The plate was very very very small when Boone was on defense and this is not the first time it has happened with the same person looking at the plate. If I was coach HUff it would be the last time!! I know I will catch it from a lot of people but this is how I feel about it and I do not care what anyone else has to say. The last time I checked the actual plate does not grow or shrink. Sorry, but I really do feel a little better at this moment!!
    To be clear, you're saying it was smaller when Teegarden was pitching than when Downs was pitching?

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    It was very, very, very small.

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimeballer View Post
    It was very, very, very small.
    I get that but was it smaller for your pitcher than Ryle's pitcher?

    Small is fine as long as it's called consistently.

    Who was the plate ump?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clyde View Post
    I get that but was it smaller for your pitcher than Ryle's pitcher?

    Small is fine as long as it's called consistently.

    Who was the plate ump?
    It was not called consistently and I do not know who the guy was behind the plate. I believe the kids call it being "squeezed". It's over and done, I feel better and today is another day.

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    I haven't gotten to see Downs at all this year, how has he looked this far?

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    Quote Originally Posted by oldtimeballer View Post
    It was not called consistently and I do not know who the guy was behind the plate. I believe the kids call it being "squeezed". It's over and done, I feel better and today is another day.
    Ridiculous. The plate was called the same for both pitchers. Claim all you want that it was a tight plate (I didn't think it was), but it was no tighter for Teegarden than it was for Downs. Downs outpitched Teegarden, pure and simple. Give the Ryle pitcher credit and quit making excuses. Teegarden is a heckuva player and heckuva pitcher, but he didn't have his best stuff in this one (did the umpire also cause the wild pitches that allowed a couple runs to score?) and Downs did.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Show Stopper View Post
    I haven't gotten to see Downs at all this year, how has he looked this far?
    Downs is a very, very good pitcher. Throws hard, terrific curveball, great control, and nice presence on the mound. Without question, has to be one of the top (if not the top) pitchers in NKY.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooperstown View Post
    Ridiculous. The plate was called the same for both pitchers. Claim all you want that it was a tight plate (I didn't think it was), but it was no tighter for Teegarden than it was for Downs. Downs outpitched Teegarden, pure and simple. Give the Ryle pitcher credit and quit making excuses. Teegarden is a heckuva player and heckuva pitcher, but he didn't have his best stuff in this one (did the umpire also cause the wild pitches that allowed a couple runs to score?) and Downs did.
    Wild pitches or past balls?

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    Quote Originally Posted by cooperstown View Post
    Downs is a very, very good pitcher. Throws hard, terrific curveball, great control, and nice presence on the mound. Without question, has to be one of the top (if not the top) pitchers in NKY.
    Very good pitcher. Terrific curve. As to the throwing hard, not as hard as I have heard.

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    Downs looked like a pitcher to me. He pitched a smart game, too. The strike zone did seem a little.
    w wide to me, and that's what he pitched to. He lived on the outside corner at the knees all game and if blue is calling it you keep doing it. Late in the game he did try to overthrow a few fastballs.

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    According to the MLB rulebook. Here is the definition of "Wild Pitch" and "Passed Ball".

    10.13 Wild Pitches And Passed Balls
    A wild pitch is defined in Rule 2.00 (Wild Pitch). A passed ball is a statistic charged against a catcher whose action has caused a runner or runners to advance, as set forth in this Rule 10.13.
    (a) The official scorer shall charge a pitcher with a wild pitch when a legally delivered ball is so high, so wide or so low that the catcher does not stop and control the ball by ordinary effort, thereby permitting a runner or runners to advance. The official scorer shall charge a pitcher with a wild pitch when a legally delivered ball touches the ground or home plate before reaching the catcher and is not handled by the catcher, thereby permitting a runner or runners to advance. When the third strike is a wild pitch, permitting the batter to reach first base, the official scorer shall score a strikeout and a wild pitch.
    (b) The official scorer shall charge a catcher with a passed ball when the catcher fails to hold or to control a legally pitched ball that should have been held or controlled with ordinary effort, thereby permitting a runner or runners to advance.


    From my view, definately wild pitches.

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    Quote Originally Posted by First Base View Post
    Wild pitches or past balls?
    Nice, go from blaming the ump to a teammate.