September 2009 Archives

Brightwell's Blog - September 30, 2009

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As promised on Monday, here are the final stats for our players that went to NCAA Sanctioned Wood-bat leagues this summer. We'll try and get Coach Rock and Coach Thees on All Access the next few weeks to take a look at fall practice.

Brach Davis, North Adams Steeple Cats NECBL 4-2, 1.53era, 53ip, 66k's, WP IN NECBL ALL STAR GAME/TEAM NECBL

Ryan Fraser, North Adams Steeple Cats NECBL 3-2, 1sv, 3.86era, 28ip, 34k's

Drew Martinez, Luray Wranglers, Valley League, .283, 37-37sb/0-0, 4.91era, 2g, 3.2ip, 2k's, VL NORTH ALL STAR MVP

Jacob Wilson, Luray Wranglers, Valley League, .289, 2hr, 19rbi, 6-8sb/ 0-0, 4g, 4ip, 0.00era, 1k

Brandon Showmar, Luray Wranglers, Valley League, 1-3, 6.86era, 21ip, 15k's

Adam McClain, Madison Mallards, Northwoods League, .250, 7hr, 30rbi, 3sb

Heith Hatfield, Woodstock Riverbandits, Valley League, 2-4, 2.35era, 46ip, 45k's/8g, .000, 2bb, VL North All Star

Shawn Ablett, Woodstock Riverbandits, Valley League, .253, 2hr, 23rbi, 5sb

Alan Mathis, Hamilton Joe's Baseball Club, Great Lakes, .296, 0hr, 8rbi, 19g

Robby Graham, Bravos Valley Bombers, Texas League, .241, 1hr, 9rbi, 2sb

Michael Wills, Union City Greyhounds, KIT, 6-3, 2.73era, 68.1ip, 47k's ALL STAR

Brighwell's Blog - September 28, 2009

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Hello everyone. Minor League baseball season has wrapped up and the big leagues are nearing the end of the regular season, so I thought I'd give you this year's final minor league Tiger pro's stats and updated big league Tiger numbers. I'll get our final NCAA sanctioned collegiate wood-bat stats later this week.

Major League

Dan Uggla, Florida Marlins, National League .238, 30hr, 85rbi Brent Dlugach, Detroit Tigers, American League 4 games, 0-3, 1run Triple A, Toldeo final stats, .294, 9hr, 59rbi, 5sbM

Minor League Johnathan Leicester, Orix Buffaloes, Japanese League ( can't get the stats) Jarrett Grube, Tulsa Drillers, AA, Texas League/Colorado Springs Sky Sox-PCL (Rockies) Combined 1-3, 6.56era, 23.1ip, 20k's Derek Hankins, Altoona Curve, AA, Eastern League (Pirates) 3-4, 1sv, 4.42era, 71.1ip, 66k's Scott McGregor, Quad Cities River Bandits, A, Midwest League (Cardinals) 7-11, 5.56era, 115ip, 78k's Neil Schenk, Bowling Green Hot Rods, A, South Atlantic League, (Rays) 6-4, 4.46era, 74.2ip, 72k's Adam Amar, Vermont Lake Monsters, A-Short Season, NY-Penn League (Nationals) .145, 2hr, 9rbi Chris Kirkland, Everett Aqua Sox, A-Short, Northwest League/Clinton LumberKings Midwest League Class A (Mariners) combined 4-6, 4.85era, 94.2ip, 85k's

Brightwell's Blog - September 11, 2009

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First road trip of the season for me. I'll be travelling on the bus with Football today for tommorrow's game against Middle Tennessee in Murfreesboro. I've been up there several times for baseball, but this will be my first football game in Tennessee's state capital from 1818-1826. Both teams are looking for their first win of the season.

Both soccer teams hit the road this weekend, the men are in Birmingham for UAB's tournament, while the Lady Tigers travel to Knoxville and Tuscaloosa for games against UT and Alabama.

Volleyball tries for their first win of the season in Bowling Green, Kentucky at Western Kentucky's tournament.

Again, first road trip of the year so hopefully I'll remember everything I need while packing.

Brightwell's Blog - September 1, 2009

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Gearing up for some of our first broadcast of the season this weekend. Thanks to a lot of people's efforts, we'll be streaming the women's soccer match LIVE with Ole Miss Friday at 7:00 on All Access. We'll have selected home matches of both men's and women's soccer as well as five volleyball matches on All Access this season.

Today we taped All Access updates with Coach Jauregui (Volleyball), Coach Grant (Men's Soccer), Coach Monaghan (Women's Soccer), and Coach Mcferrin (Women's Basketball) . These should all be up on All Access, through GOTIGERSGO.COM this afternoon.

All the test for radio are done at the Liberty Bowl for Sunday's broadcast of Tiger football vs Ole Miss.

Finally, congrats to fomer Tiger baseball short-stop Brent Dlugach, after a lot of hard work, he has been called up the big leagues with Detroit! His father, Mike, still holds the "Iron-Man" record for Tiger baseball.

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