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I am in a sterling mood after getting out of class early and seeing the warm (for a Midwest boy, atleast) sun shining, so I decided to do a little blogging.
While following the Hoosiers this year I encourage you to check out the Big Ten Web site.
In response to one of our loyal readers, I talked to IU coach Tracy Smith about next year's recruiting class.
So far, IU has signed five to national letters of intent.
Alex Dickerson,1B/OF, L/L; 6'3'' 195-lbs.
Dickerson plays ball in So.
In the back and forth nature of the game, the Hoosiers did some damage of their own in their half of the fifth.
That's right, the Hoosiers' start to Big Ten play did not go as planned (I would assume), as IU lost 10-2 to Minnesota tonight in Minneapolis.
It may sound like a bad drink favored by our northern neighbors. But alas, it's what I've termed the Hoosiers' performance this Saturday after IU split a double-header with the Gophers.
After losing game on 5-4, the Hoosiers took the second contest 8-3, giving them a chance to come away from their first conference series with a split decision, pending the outcome of tomorrow's game.
In the first game of the day, the Hoosiers succumbed to a four-run third inning en route to a 5-4 loss.
As promised, enjoy. Props to Ryan for getting the interviews, I just did the easy part.
Jason Ferrell is a sophomore left-hander from Columbus, Ohio.
That is correct. In this space, I told you Josh Phegley's Saturday home run was about three rows deep into the bleachers at the Hubert Humphrey Metrodome.
But my sources tell me it was quite a bit further.
Sorry to report that we won't have live blogging for today's game. There is no wireless at Sembower, but we are in the process of trying to get a dial-up connection set up.
My cohort in crime, Ryan Gregg, just got hold of a laptop, so we will - repeat WILL - have live blogging from the game today.
Here's the famed live blog.
So, the lineups and national anthem just finished and Hoosier starter Doug Fleenor (0-1) is getting in his last warm-ups.
It's a fantasticly sunny day at Sembower field.
Despite a 5-hit effort by Josh Phegley and a potent Hoosier offense, IU fell to Illinois today 8-7.
In the first of a four-game home stand against the Illini, IU (now 13-10, 2-3 Big Ten) found itself up 7-4 heading into to the ninth inning, needing only three outs to put away a very good Illinois team (now 15-7, 4-1 Big Ten).
Anthony Agnew had already pitched five innings for IU heading into the ninth, but began to run out of gas as he allowed a base hit, a double and a walk.
Bad news from the ballyard, according to my co-writer Ryan Gregg, currently at Sembower Field watching IU take on Illinois.
Hey baseball fans,
We've just got word into the the newsroom that Andrew Means' wrist injury is not serious.
There was no ellaboration on what exactly the injury to the wrist is or how long Means will be out.
So to sum:
Andrew Means injured his right wrist stealing home in the first inning of the early game in Sunday's doubleheader . Means finished both games, but did not dress today's series finale and had a brace on the wrist.
It's been far too long since last we visited in this space, so I'm bringing you a present.
Hey folks, I'm in Florida doing some conferencing with other journalism types for the next day or so, but the Web is a wonderful thing, so here I am.
It occurred to me that us journalists are supposed to be statistical gurus, so I thought I'd take a look at some math that's been hurting the Hoosiers lately.
Just got through writing up the preview for tomorrow's bout with Indiana State, and I thought I'd leave with you what I just culled from my interviews that didn't make it into the story.
Big win for the Hoosiers today, beating in-state foe Indiana State 7-2 at Sembower. My boy Ryan Gregg wrote up the wrap of the game, which you can read through a simple click of the mouse right here.
However, all was not cheery for the Hoosiers today.
The story's all done and the cat's in the bag (and other cliches), but I thought I'd go ahead and toss the rest of my notes on the blog for your reading pleasure.
That's right. Matt Bashore, crafty southpaw from Tipp City, Ohio, has garnered his second Big Ten Pitcher of the Week honor of the season after going seven innings, striking out eight and letting in just one run in Saturday's 2-1 win over Michigan.
The full press release is copied below, but I gotta say I think Bashore could be the catalyst for this team down the stretch.
Loyal Hoosier baseball fans,
Below is a press release explaining this weekend's schedule. Saturday's double-header against Purdue is now just one game.