Monday, April 24, 2006


Well, 3 out of 4 ain't bad. I was there for a good chunk of this last game, and I wish I wasn't. I'm also more curious about what happened with the rotation, with the starter ultimately being neither Salsgiver nor Unger but Mike Dukovich, who had pitched (well) earlier in the day.Of course, today would still work out well for Harvard if Josh Klimkiewicz's visit to the doctor tonight reveals nothing more serious to the hyperextended elbow he suffered in Saturday's first game. He hasn't played since (although, amusingly, he did manage to get tossed from the dugout today--Harvard assistant coach Gary Donovan was ejected from the first). A lineup without Klimekiewicz is a very different lineup.
KlimkiewiczTeam Rank
Let's see what happens. Tomorrow is the Beanpot final. I'm not there, but we may have coverage anyway, and hopefully WHRB will also offer coverage online. Meanwhile, Dartmouth and Yale will make up an all-important doubleheader tomorrow.

1 comment:

Brian said...

Any word on tomorrow's starter? Brunnig, perhaps? Pretty please Brunnig? Either arm will do.