Thursday, April 06, 2006

Makeup at Holy Cross underway

A loyal reader notes that yesterday's rainout at Holy Cross was rescheduled for 3 pm today. Should have a result soon.

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mb said...

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What is it with Harvard, Holy Cross and extra inning games? At last year's home opener, Holy Cross outlasted the Crimson in a 14-inning thriller. This year, in Worcester, Harvard got some revenge, besting the Crusaders in 11 innings, 3-2. Morgan Brown led off the 11th with a double and came home to score what would turn out to be the game winning run on a Josh Klimkiewicz groundout. The Crimson has now won six straight and sports a .500 record.

Boxscore Punditry:
* The obvious question: Where was Matt Vance? Is his shoulder acting up again? Hopefully the Crimson will be instructive here tomorrow.
* With eight pitchers going only an inning or two each today, it's still unclear who your backend starters will be this weekend. I'd have to think Castellanos, after earning (surprisingly only) his second career win last week, has earned a second start. Neither Brad Unger nor Matt Brunnig pitched today. You'd have to think those are the leading candidates. I tend to think Brunnig will be back in there again.
* Brunnig didn't start, but the adventures of Matt Brunnig, Position Player continue unabated. With a man on and two out in the ninth in a tie game, Brunnig pinch hit for Tom Stack-Babich--who had already driven in a run with a second-inning RBI single--and grounded out to second.