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Yappi 03-26-18 08:43 PM

No Hitters
 
Please post pitchers (or group of pitchers) who throw a no-hitter this season...

Yappi 03-26-18 08:44 PM

Walsh Jesuit 11, Western Reserve 0 (5 innings)

No hitter: Burford, Feltner, Kahook, Stahl, Bailey, Belsole and Labajetta

Hitnrun 03-26-18 11:23 PM

So this early Spring season, Walsh throws a combined 7 pitchers, 5 inning no hitter. While Copley allows it's ace, Hayes, to throw 124 pitches, in their first game, a non league one at that, for a masterful 1 hit 2-0 win. Although it's pretty obvious Walsh has an abundance of quality arms, Walsh coach still elected to limit each kid's pitch count this early in the season. I'm sure most other programs also elect to use some common sense w/their young arms, especially in the cool, wet N.E. Ohio weather. But, that's par for the course at Copley. You basically have one high quality arm, so why not burn the guy up in an early seemingly meaningless contest. Look for this pattern to continue for Hayes, as there is little to nothing proven behind him on that staff. I just hope the kid can stay healthy throughout the season.

Buck_98 03-27-18 08:05 AM

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Originally Posted by Hitnrun (Post 7019302)
So this early Spring season, Walsh throws a combined 7 pitchers, 5 inning no hitter. While Copley allows it's ace, Hayes, to throw 124 pitches, in their first game, a non league one at that, for a masterful 1 hit 2-0 win. Although it's pretty obvious Walsh has an abundance of quality arms, Walsh coach still elected to limit each kid's pitch count this early in the season. I'm sure most other programs also elect to use some common sense w/their young arms, especially in the cool, wet N.E. Ohio weather. But, that's par for the course at Copley. You basically have one high quality arm, so why not burn the guy up in an early seemingly meaningless contest. Look for this pattern to continue for Hayes, as there is little to nothing proven behind him on that staff. I just hope the kid can stay healthy throughout the season.

Some coaches just don't get it. Wait until league games to have them pitch more than 2 inn/40 pitches. Weather has been cold and the games really don't mean anything.

Friday night light 03-27-18 10:47 AM

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Originally Posted by Buck_98 (Post 7019365)
Some coaches just don't get it. Wait until league games to have them pitch more than 2 inn/40 pitches. Weather has been cold and the games really don't mean anything.

Hays is a very talented kid who needs to be saved from his idiot coach. I was at the game and it was cold!! I kept waiting as he approached 90 pitches through five innings, then 110 after 6. I was stunned when he came out for the seventh. Coach had no intention of taking him out no matter what. I just hope he hasn't damaged this kid to much going forward. That kind of stupidity can have a lasting effect the rest of the season and beyond. It was obvious he was laboring a little and going purely on adrenaline. This kid has a future in the game beyond a meaningless non conference season opener. That coach should not be handling young players if he puts winning ahead of the well being of the kids!!!! Disgraceful!!!!!

Yappi 03-27-18 11:14 AM

Didn't this happen with him last season? Copley looked great to start the season but ended the year towards the bottom of the league.

Hitnrun 03-27-18 11:37 AM

I also was there last night, but how he handled Hayes was not a surprise to me. I have seen this for years. Coach has a history of this, going back to when he was the pitching coach. Their philosophy then, as it is now, if you have a designated ace, that kid is expected to throw a complete game every time out, regardless of number of pitches thrown, weather, non league or league game. Last year Hayes had some arm issues during the off season, into early Spring. It didn't become serious, but with the stress they put on him, hopefully he can stay healthy. With Hayes already committed to Bowling Green, I doubt their coach would appreciate his future recruit throwing 120 pitches plus this early in the season, especially with the known philosophy of the coach's handling their # 1 pitchers The real issue for Copley will be when Hayes doesn't pitch. Last year very few pitchers got the chance to develop, due to their limited schedule, lack of makeups, weather, etc. They just didn't make up cancelled games, other than league contests.

Baseballmom13 03-27-18 01:21 PM

What was this coach thinking? And where were the parents? Also, the kid needs to learn about arm care at this age If no one else is gonna care for his arm, he must. I have no problem with kid speaking up, respectfully, to advocate for his own health. If the situation is as described, I don’t think kid needs to worry about losing his spot in the rotation, and if he does, so be it. Health is a priority in this case.

Hitnrun 03-27-18 01:33 PM

Actually surprised kid's father hasn't spoken up, considering he has seen this pattern for 3 years now, and had issues with the handling of his son's pitch count specifically last year. There were more than a few times last season when dad became pretty upset w/coach. After last night, I would have to believe there will be a meeting of the minds between the two. I just don't want to see this kid get his arm roasted so early in the season.

Baseballmom13 03-27-18 02:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Hitnrun (Post 7019539)
Actually surprised kid's father hasn't spoken up, considering he has seen this pattern for 3 years now, and had issues with the handling of his son's pitch count specifically last year. There were more than a few times last season when dad became pretty upset w/coach. After last night, I would have to believe there will be a meeting of the minds between the two. I just don't want to see this kid get his arm roasted so early in the season.

Speaking up after 124 pitches is just too late:Ohno:

Hitnrun 03-27-18 03:11 PM

Couldn't agree more. It's ultimately up to each kid's parent to advocate for their kid's well being. Seems like that old school mentality of handling young arms is still in full force with some coaches. If we as parent's don't deal with this type of coaching, who will?

BASESWIMPARENT 03-29-18 06:57 PM

Unfortunately, I have see this pitch count issue everywhere. It is rampant at al levels (frosh, JV, varsity) down here in SWO.

rghrider98 03-30-18 11:55 AM

Pitch count issues have been going on in HS baseball for a very long time. This isn't something new.

troyboy73 04-09-18 08:55 PM

Derek McDonough (Troy) threw a perfect game tonight in a 10-0 win over Sidney.

thePITman 04-09-18 09:14 PM

Brock Berry (Orrville) threw a CG no-hitter facing 2 over the minimum (75 pitches) in a 6-0 over Fairless tonight.

SlowDog4 04-10-18 12:39 PM

Shane Gray, West Jefferson (Evansville) has posted two no-hitters this season
Def. Bishop Ready 14-0, 5 inn, 1 BB, 12 Ks
Def. Springfield Northeastern 1-0, 7 inn, 1 BB, 7 Ks

Roughriders are 9-0 overall, 4-0 league on the season

Salesman 04-10-18 08:11 PM

http://thecourier.com/local-sports/2...hrows-a-no-no/

FanofCopley 04-10-18 08:22 PM

Tyler Hays, Copley (BGSU commit) throws no hitter and strikes out 21 (92 pitches) in 4-0 win over Revere.

Michael Hirn 04-10-18 11:21 PM

Noah Otto of Miller City tosses no-hitter against Ft Jennings 4/9/18

Ft Jennings 0
Miller City 5

BlueDevil Backer 04-11-18 10:28 AM

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Originally Posted by FanofCopley (Post 7026386)
Tyler Hays, Copley (BGSU commit) throws no hitter and strikes out 21 (92 pitches) in 4-0 win over Revere.

Was it a no hitter or a 1 hitter? In box score I saw showed 1 hit. May have been an error, but just trying to clarify?

FanofCopley 04-11-18 11:18 AM

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Originally Posted by BlueDevil Backer (Post 7026619)
Was it a no hitter or a 1 hitter? In box score I saw showed 1 hit. May have been an error, but just trying to clarify?

No hitter in the Copley scorebook. Copley does not report stats to ABJ so it has be Revere reporting details. Revere bunted and Copley infielder bounced throw and was wide...pulling 1st base off bag. Runner would have been out by a full step. He also hit a batter. Zero walks.

thePITman 04-11-18 09:15 PM

Zev McBane (West Salem Northwestern) threw a perfect game tonight with 13 Ks, beating Rittman 4-0.

Salesman 04-21-18 08:10 PM

On Friday 4/20/18, Owen Recker from Kalida HS threw a no-no against Columbus Grove. 18Ks and 2BB in a 1-0 victory. Recker is now 3-0 on the season.

222left 04-22-18 07:59 PM

Jordan Shearer Louisville Leopards throws a Perfect Game vs Salem on 4/18/2018.


https://youtu.be/XLdcaxsYby0

Rusty Anchor 04-23-18 08:12 AM

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Originally Posted by Hitnrun (Post 7019302)
So this early Spring season, Walsh throws a combined 7 pitchers, 5 inning no hitter. While Copley allows it's ace, Hayes, to throw 124 pitches, in their first game, a non league one at that, for a masterful 1 hit 2-0 win. Although it's pretty obvious Walsh has an abundance of quality arms, Walsh coach still elected to limit each kid's pitch count this early in the season. I'm sure most other programs also elect to use some common sense w/their young arms, especially in the cool, wet N.E. Ohio weather. But, that's par for the course at Copley. You basically have one high quality arm, so why not burn the guy up in an early seemingly meaningless contest. Look for this pattern to continue for Hayes, as there is little to nothing proven behind him on that staff. I just hope the kid can stay healthy throughout the season.

Pitch counts are fake news. Walsh coach should be ashamed to not allow his starter to get a no hitter.

Rusty Anchor 04-23-18 08:14 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by 222left (Post 7032519)
Jordan Shearer Louisville Leopards throws a Perfect Game vs Salem on 4/18/2018.


https://youtu.be/XLdcaxsYby0

Wow what an awesome play by the first basemen to dig out the hotdog shortstops errant throw!

Leopard4life 04-23-18 11:50 AM

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Originally Posted by Rusty Anchor (Post 7032657)
Wow what an awesome play by the first basemen to dig out the hotdog shortstops errant throw!

Interesting post, not sure if that is sarcastic or real? What in that play would cause you to classify him as a "hot dog"? I don't see all the games, but I have seen a bunch as well as other sports that particular kid plays, and I haven't seen anything that would suggest he is that. Two things I saw I that play were a nice job getting to that ball by SS, and a great pick by the first baseman to help him out. Typical play that happens 3-4 times a game I would guess where a throw is just a little off.

thePITman 04-23-18 11:56 AM

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Originally Posted by Leopard4life (Post 7032820)
Interesting post, not sure if that is sarcastic or real? What in that play would cause you to classify him as a "hot dog"? I don't see all the games, but I have seen a bunch as well as other sports that particular kid plays, and I haven't seen anything that would suggest he is that. Two things I saw I that play were a nice job getting to that ball by SS, and a great pick by the first baseman to help him out. Typical play that happens 3-4 times a game I would guess where a throw is just a little off.

Rusty Anchor is basically the Donnie Baker of Yappi.

Donnie Baker

He purposefully posts sarcastically. Just check out his other posts on this thread about pitch counts. LoL

Leopard4life 04-23-18 12:14 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by thePITman (Post 7032825)
Rusty Anchor is basically the Donnie Baker of Yappi.

Donnie Baker

He purposefully posts sarcastically. Just check out his other posts on this thread about pitch counts. LoL


Thanks for the heads up. I don't spend a ton time on here so I hadn't seen many of his posts.

The Dock 04-26-18 12:58 PM

Lancaster Fisher Cath (4/25): Saffell, Smith and Funk combine for a no-hitter in an 8-0 win over Columbus Wellington School.


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