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View Poll Results: Who will win the Suburban League American?
Aurora 4 22.22%
Barberton 1 5.56%
Copley 1 5.56%
Highland 2 11.11%
Kent Roosevelt 1 5.56%
Revere 1 5.56%
Tallmadge 8 44.44%
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Old 04-15-17, 07:55 PM
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Nordonia has a game with Highland, too. If Highland beats Nordonia by more than 4, does that mean Highland is even better ?


I thought the Green team with gray pants looked good in this game...
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Old 04-15-17, 09:47 PM
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I thought the Green team with gray pants looked good in this game...
Some innings better than others
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Old 04-16-17, 07:12 AM
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Wow choke city by Highland vs Green.
19 hits in first game, 9 hits in second game. "coach of the year" (last year) allowed 15 hits on the starting pitcher before making a change. Don't look for Highland to make a deep run this year.
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Old 04-16-17, 03:27 PM
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Wow choke city by Highland vs Green.
19 hits in first game, 9 hits in second game. "coach of the year" (last year) allowed 15 hits on the starting pitcher before making a change. Don't look for Highland to make a deep run this year.
First off, Green is very good this year. Second, I don't put much stock in out of conference games in the middle of league games.

Highland is definitely one of the frontrunners for the SLA championship.
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Old 04-17-17, 06:43 AM
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Obviously the coach doesn't either. I get it...there's a politics game to play also, first home DH, beautiful weather, lots of family present, little johnny needs to play or mommy will call AD, etc., etc. However, all of that is no excuse for poor coaching decisions. How about this, starting pitcher is a lefty throwing 65, he gets rocked for 15 hits, lets replace him with another lefty throwing 65.....who also gets rocked.....that's genius!! Let's put the ball on a tee for Green today boys....
My take is Highland has a good first string, beyond that not much depth. Let's see what tonight against Copley brings
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Old 04-17-17, 10:40 AM
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Current Standings (4/16):
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Team		LG	All	RF	Avg	RA	Avg
Highland	(2-0)	(5-4)	48	(5.3)	58	(6.4)
Aurora		(5-1)	(6-1)	78	(11.1)	27	(3.9)
Copley		(4-2)	(5-3)	42	(5.3)	37	(4.6)
Tallmadge	(3-2)	(9-3)	91	(7.6)	44	(3.7)
Kent Roosevelt	(3-3)	(6-7)	47	(3.6)	82	(6.3)
Barberton	(0-4)	(1-6)	37	(5.3)	69	(9.9)
Revere		(0-5)	(2-8)	55	(5.5)	102	(10.2)
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Old 04-17-17, 05:45 PM
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Tallmadge 9, Barberton 6.

6 pitchers for Tallmadge combine on a 2-hitter.

Tallmadge had 14 hits, maybe more depending how generous the scorekeepers were. Not the best defensive game for either team today.
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Old 04-17-17, 06:15 PM
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Aurora 4, Revere 2
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Old 04-17-17, 06:24 PM
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Anyone have an update on the Copley/Highland game? The GameChanger stopped updating in the bottom of the 7th. It says 5-5 bottom of the 7th with two outs and a 3-2 count on the batter.

Are they in extra innings? Walk off home run for Copley?
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Old 04-17-17, 06:37 PM
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Latest update now has it in the top of the 10th inning, still 5-5.
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Old 04-17-17, 06:50 PM
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Highland is up 8-5 in the top of the 10th and still batting with one out.
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Old 04-17-17, 07:09 PM
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Highland 11, Copley 5 (10inn) Final
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Old 04-17-17, 07:37 PM
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So Revere, no talent for the 7th year....hmmm
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Old 04-17-17, 07:49 PM
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Highland 11, Copley 5 (10inn) Final
Anyone know who pitched for Copley ?

Found it. Hays for the first 5

........Inn.. p.. H..R... ER.. K... BB
Hays 5.0 105 3... 3.. 3.. 7..... 6
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Old 04-17-17, 07:56 PM
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Hays started for Copley and believe went 5-6 innings. Budzinski started for Highland and went 6. Copley then went to a series of pitchers in Moses, Mastraengelo(sp?), and Lutkes. Highland went to Jackson Miller after Budzinski.
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Old 04-17-17, 08:04 PM
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It seems Highland has quite a few league games to make up, but that was a big game for them today.

Can they split with both Tallmadge and Aurora now and win the League, as long as Aurora takes another League loss and Highland sweeps the others ?
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Old 04-18-17, 06:35 PM
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Highland 5, Tallmadge 4 (8inn)

Tallmadge outhit Highland 10-5 but errors and walks did the Devils in.
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Old 04-18-17, 06:54 PM
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Highland had 10 hits to Tallmadge 9, here is box score:

HGLN 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 10 2
TLMD 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 9 0
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Old 04-18-17, 07:23 PM
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Highland had 10 hits to Tallmadge 9, here is box score:

HGLN 0 3 1 0 0 0 0 1 5 10 2
TLMD 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 4 9 0
Boxscore is wrong. Highland did not get 21 runners on base. They had 5 hits, 7 walks, 2HBP, and 2 reach on errors. Tallmadge had 10 hits, 2 walks and 1 HBP.

Also, Tallmadge did not have anyone reach on an error.
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Old 04-18-17, 07:43 PM
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I was able to watch that IVL summer travel team quite often last summer, with the three kids from Highland who have been reported to throw 85+. That team, with these three pitchers, didn't even play 500 baseball. Didn't make it to a meaningful weekend tournament game, playing predominately local tournaments. So, the competition wasn't even that tough, and all three were far from dominate, which many in their corner expect you to believe today. I also was able to see these kids work out most of the winter, and the throw 85+ mph thing is stretching things a bit. Might have peaked a couple pitches in that neighborhood, but far from a consistent 85+. Is it really that important, maybe not, but facts are facts. Just getting tired of kids getting over hyped who play sub par competition by their parents, coaches, trainers, etc, when ultimately their overall record just doesn't support the hype.
This is a fact! If I had a dollar for every Dad claiming these MPH stats! Ha! PBR Ranking moves up with each $$ spent on camps! Lots and lots of BS!!
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Old 04-18-17, 08:18 PM
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Boxscore is wrong. Highland did not get 21 runners on base. They had 5 hits, 7 walks, 2HBP, and 2 reach on errors. Tallmadge had 10 hits, 2 walks and 1 HBP.

Also, Tallmadge did not have anyone reach on an error.
I guess we were each watching a different game
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Old 04-18-17, 08:24 PM
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I guess we were each watching a different game
Were you at the JV game ?


Yappi was pretty specific......just sayin'...
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Old 04-18-17, 08:45 PM
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I guess we were each watching a different game
Did you think Tallmadge had any errors? I know of two groundballs that were certainly errors and there were two other plays that could have been marked as errors. The boxscore has Tallmadge with 0 errors.

Just a quick look, I believe that Highland had 9 runners LOB. That would be:
5 Runs + 9 LOB + 2 pickoffs/caught stealing. To get to 10 hits, you would need 5 more LOB.
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Aurora beat nordonia they are best team.
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6-2

Nordonia has a game with Highland, too. If Highland beats Nordonia by more than 4, does that mean Highland is even better ?
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Aurora 12
Copley 0
Wise and powerful 1227, does this mean Nordy is 8 better than Copley, or do we need to get the Highland/Copley scores involved, too ?
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Old 04-19-17, 08:41 AM
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Did you think Tallmadge had any errors? I know of two groundballs that were certainly errors and there were two other plays that could have been marked as errors. The boxscore has Tallmadge with 0 errors.

Just a quick look, I believe that Highland had 9 runners LOB. That would be:
5 Runs + 9 LOB + 2 pickoffs/caught stealing. To get to 10 hits, you would need 5 more LOB.
I got info from Highlands gamchanger. Maybe whoever runs the gamechanger for Highland doesn't know what they are doing...
I guess final score is all that matters in the end
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Old 04-19-17, 09:27 AM
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And there you have it, you got your info from the Highland baseball Game Changer. Age old problem, trying to decipher any high school scorebook, and the inconsistencies found within. Usually two bench riding sophomores alternate between operating the field scorebook, and keeping the "official" book. But in Highland's case, they have elected to allow a team dad to keep the official electronic book via Game Changer, so what could go wrong? The stats via Highland's Game Changer in the Copley games were all over the map. Kids getting credit for hits they never had, giving rbi's for kids on double plays, phantom errors to name a few. So, I have to go with Yappi's analysis on the actual box score in the Tallmadge Highland game. The lesson I learned quite awhile ago is that for the most part high school stats mean squat. They can be fabricated, manipulated and or altered in so many ways. Great players will always be great players, regardless what Game Changer says on any specific day. Just use common sense and trust your eyes, regardless of what the box score says. Got to love the kid who runs up to the score keeper to see if they got credit for an apparent flared single, and then listening to their father tout the kids batting average, and how it will translate into some kind of all conference selection. It just gets pretty comical at times.
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Old 04-19-17, 09:29 AM
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Obviously the coach doesn't either. I get it...there's a politics game to play also, first home DH, beautiful weather, lots of family present, little johnny needs to play or mommy will call AD, etc., etc. However, all of that is no excuse for poor coaching decisions. How about this, starting pitcher is a lefty throwing 65, he gets rocked for 15 hits, lets replace him with another lefty throwing 65.....who also gets rocked.....that's genius!! Let's put the ball on a tee for Green today boys....
My take is Highland has a good first string, beyond that not much depth. Let's see what tonight against Copley brings
hahahaha "little johnny"
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Old 04-19-17, 09:32 AM
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And there you have it, you got your info from the Highland baseball Game Changer. Age old problem, trying to decipher any high school scorebook, and the inconsistencies found within. Usually two bench riding sophomores alternate between operating the field scorebook, and keeping the "official" book. But in Highland's case, they have elected to allow a team dad to keep the official electronic book via Game Changer, so what could go wrong? The stats via Highland's Game Changer in the Copley games were all over the map. Kids getting credit for hits they never had, giving rbi's for kids on double plays, phantom errors to name a few. So, I have to go with Yappi's analysis on the actual box score in the Tallmadge Highland game. The lesson I learned quite awhile ago is that for the most part high school stats mean squat. They can be fabricated, manipulated and or altered in so many ways. Great players will always be great players, regardless what Game Changer says on any specific day. Just use common sense and trust your eyes, regardless of what the box score says. Got to love the kid who runs up to the score keeper to see if they got credit for an apparent flared single, and then listening to their father tout the kids batting average, and how it will translate into some kind of all conference selection. It just gets pretty comical at times.
completely agree
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Old 04-19-17, 09:40 AM
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And there you have it, you got your info from the Highland baseball Game Changer. Age old problem, trying to decipher any high school scorebook, and the inconsistencies found within. Usually two bench riding sophomores alternate between operating the field scorebook, and keeping the "official" book. But in Highland's case, they have elected to allow a team dad to keep the official electronic book via Game Changer, so what could go wrong? The stats via Highland's Game Changer in the Copley games were all over the map. Kids getting credit for hits they never had, giving rbi's for kids on double plays, phantom errors to name a few. So, I have to go with Yappi's analysis on the actual box score in the Tallmadge Highland game. The lesson I learned quite awhile ago is that for the most part high school stats mean squat. They can be fabricated, manipulated and or altered in so many ways. Great players will always be great players, regardless what Game Changer says on any specific day. Just use common sense and trust your eyes, regardless of what the box score says. Got to love the kid who runs up to the score keeper to see if they got credit for an apparent flared single, and then listening to their father tout the kids batting average, and how it will translate into some kind of all conference selection. It just gets pretty comical at times.
Nothing like the dad that works over the guy on the book for the "close ones", too
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Old 04-19-17, 09:54 AM
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This is the boxscore from the Beacon Journal. I'm assuming this is from Tallmadge's official book:

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HIGHLAND 5, TALLMADGE 4 (8)

Highland 031 000 01 — 5 6 2
Tallmadge 200 100 10 — 4 10 2

Batteries—Keiler, Ambro (1), Kirik (4), Shaw (8) and Zeleznik; Boyd, McGlaughlin (5), Seeker (7) and Eyre. W—Kirik, 2-1. L—McGlaughlin, 1-1. Save—Shaw. HR—Highland: Fisher; Tallmadge: Seeker.

Records: Highland 7-4, 4-0; Tallmadge 10-4, 4-3.

Notes: Highland: Orit single, double; Fisher home run, RBI. Tallmadge: Gergely 2 singles, RBI; Seeker home run, 2 RBI; Burick single, double.
Looks I miscounted one of Highland's hits
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