Its their pitching staff. That's the only explaination why the Defenders have barely mustered runs against them this.
You can point to inept efforts against New Hampshire and to a lesser extent New Britain, but when you look at the numbers, the Defenders simply can't touch the titans' pitchers.
There have been signs of life for the Defenders' lineup. Carlos Sosa has shown a lot of signs of potential thump to the offense. He hit for average and decent power a year ago, and while Dodd Stadium may prohibit him from exploding, he should do fine in time. Manager Dave Machemer told me that its been high on his to-do list to give Sosa as much of an opportunity to show what he can do as possible.
In eight games, he's hitting .296. He's only driven in two runs, which is teh same number of times he's drawn a walk. He's struck out six timers. Sosa is going to have to learn better plate discipline if he wanst to advance onto Triple-A or the Majors.
Good morning, sports fans: Penn State football No. 20 most important player and change in defense for the Eagles - Penn State football PennLive beat writer Bob Flounders talks about the Nittany Lions' No. 20 most important player for 2013. And what will the Philadelphia...
3 years ago