Oppinion on the pitch count?


#1

Here in alberta, and I’m assuming other places have started using a pitchcount. I’m just wondering what everyone’s thoughts on these are, it’s helped us win some and helped us lose some.

http://baseballalberta.com/modules/docs/folders/admin/2007%20Pitch%20Count%20-%20Bantam.doc


#2

In what way did it help you lose?


#3

I’m guessing he means they have a dominant pitching in that has to come out b/c of the rule (helps them lose). The other team has a dominant pitching in and is forced to come out because of the rule (helps them win)


#4

We ran out of kids able to pitch well.


#5

and it’s also let us have kids who usually dont pitch start and now a few of those guys are pretty reliable


#6

[quote=“3and0”]and it’s also let us have kids who usually dont pitch start and now a few of those guys are pretty reliable[/quote]Amen, 3and0. What it also means is that you must develop more pitchers. Not a bad thing, really.


#7

Agreed


#8

[quote=“dm59”][quote=“3and0”]and it’s also let us have kids who usually dont pitch start and now a few of those guys are pretty reliable[/quote]Amen, 3and0. What it also means is that you must develop more pitchers. Not a bad thing, really.[/quote]unless it’s a really tight game late.
I guess that’s how we figured out to take out a teams bats, hit all the hard pitchers, this one kid who can barely throw 50 murdered the,m


#9

See, now you’re starting to figure it out. :wink: