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Notre Dame pitcher takes hit to the head

Apparently, he walked off the field under his own power. Ouch.


FanIQ's Rating: 9.5 (2 votes)
Submitted 4/8/08
by: CriticalFanatic


Sport: NCAA Baseball

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#10 | 2358 days ago

this is THE MAIN REASON why alumunum bats should be illegal in high school's and colleges everywhere. When a ball shoots off a bat like that, the ball is coming at you as fast if not faster then the pitch itself and for a pitcher you have little or no reaction time.... and that has to hurt.
  
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#1 | 2358 days ago

this is THE MAIN REASON why alumunum bats should be illegal in high school's and colleges everywhere. When a ball shoots off a bat like that, the ball is coming at you as fast if not faster then the pitch itself and for a pitcher you have little or no reaction time.... and that has to hurt.
#2 | 2357 days ago
RenegadeLG (+)

It's a freak accident regardless of what the bat is made out of.  Wooden bats are for the pros, who play at a level only a handful of college kids can.  And the ball is coming off at 120 mph again regardless of bat material.  Just comes with the territory.
#3 | 2357 days ago

dueceboy215 wrote:
this is THE MAIN REASON why alumunum bats should be illegal in high school's and colleges everywhere. When a ball shoots off a bat like that, the ball is coming at you as fast if not faster then the pitch itself and for a pitcher you have little or no reaction time.... and that has to hurt.
Can you say "Double-Wall" My little brother finished Little League in 2006 and is now a Freshmen in High School. His LL bats of choice were the DeMarini F2 and F3 which were featured bats in the last three Little League World Series. They're made to have "springboard" hitting surfaces and they all have "Composite" handles ($250)...10-12 year old kids would just "crush" the ball like 250-300 with those 2 bats. DeMarini basically forced Williamsport to move their fences back because too many HRs were being hit. In High-School, players are using the DeMarini Voodoo 3 bats. Oregon State, the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Champions, have been swinging Double-Wall DeMarini bats during their run as well. It's all fun and games when you're kid can hit 28 HRs in LL Baseball, but just wait until a pitcher is killed. Will the lesson be learned then?
#4 | 2357 days ago
ahusted (+)

(Edited 04/09/08 9:17AM by ahusted)

i would love to see the odds that a ball would go directly at a pitchers head.  it has to be like 0.01% or something Tiny (probably 1 in a million). 

More HRs is not correlated to more people getting hit in the face.

#5 | 2357 days ago

OUCH!
#6 | 2357 days ago

I GO TO ABOUT AN AVG OF 5-6 OR MORE GAMES A WEEK AND THERE ARE SHOTS HIT BACK AT THE PITCHER'SAT LEAST THAT i SEE MINIMUMOF 2-3 AWEEK AND THIS IS JUST THE GAMES   I AM AT, AT LEAST 2. WELL I START IN APRIL AND END IN SEPT. THAT'S A MINIMUM OF 22 WKS SO 44 TIMES THAT A PITCHER HAS BEEN THREATENED WITH  XTREME DANGER. ONCE AGAIN ONLY THE GAMES I AM IN ATTENDANCE,AND THE FIGURES I GIVE ARE NOT PRECISE AS I ATTEND A LOT  MORE GAMES  THAN THAT WHEN SEVERAL TOURNAMENTS ARE FACTIONED INTO THE EQUATION.  I COACH I HAVE PLAYED AND I AM AN AVID SPECTATOR. I WAS TALKING TO A 15 YEAR OLD KID LAST WEEK WHO WANTS TO PLAY COLLEGE BALL SOME DAY AND HE WAS SAYING HOW THE BATS ARE ENGINEERED TO GET MAXIMUM EFFECT OFF THE STRIKE. THIS YOUNG MAN SAYS THE ALUMINUM BAT SHOULD BE DISALOWED BECAUSE OF SAFETY . HE WANTS TO GO TO COLLEGE TO PLAY BASEBALL AND BECOME AN ENGINEER. 

#7 | 2357 days ago

WBKsports wrote:
Can you say "Double-Wall" My little brother finished Little League in 2006 and is now a Freshmen in High School. His LL bats of choice were the DeMarini F2 and F3 which were featured bats in the last three Little League World Series. They're made to have "springboard" hitting surfaces and they all have "Composite" handles ($250)...10-12 year old kids would just "crush" the ball like 250-300 with those 2 bats. DeMarini basically forced Williamsport to move their fences back because too many HRs were being hit. In High-School, players are using the DeMarini Voodoo 3 bats. Oregon State, the 2006 and 2007 NCAA Champions, have been swinging Double-Wall DeMarini bats during their run as well. It's all fun and games when you're kid can hit 28 HRs in LL Baseball, but just wait until a pitcher is killed. Will the lesson be learned then?

     

 

                                                                         BRAVO 

#8 | 2356 days ago

Ouch
#9 | 2356 days ago

dueceboy215 wrote:
this is THE MAIN REASON why alumunum bats should be illegal in high school's and colleges everywhere. When a ball shoots off a bat like that, the ball is coming at you as fast if not faster then the pitch itself and for a pitcher you have little or no reaction time.... and that has to hurt.

Definately. Last summer I took a liner in the gut and broke a couple of ribs. The guy who hit it was about 6'5'' and built like an ox. I don't even think I saw the ball off the bat. Taking one in the gut hurt, but in the head could be lethal.

 

You'd be surprised actually how many leagues are going back to wood bats. My travel team played in 8 tournaments last year around the midwest, and I'd say a good 5 or 6 were wood bat tourneys. I'm sure the NCAA will get the memo soon.


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