Lynchburg Hillcats Championship Game Video Recap

Check out my recap of the game here. This recap includes:

-Jeff Locke, innings 1-2
-Mike Colla innings 2-5
-Matt McSwain inning 6
-Ramon Aguero innings 7-9
-Ronald Uviedo inning 9
-All five at-bats by Jordy Mercer
-Tony Sanchez, Josh Harrison, Chase d’Arnaud, and Mercer in the second
-The post game awards

Watch for:

-Nice play by Jose de los Santos (Mike Colla 4th batter)
-Nice play by Alex Presley (Matt McSwain 5th batter)
-Tony Sanchez throwing a runner out (Ramon Aguero 5th batter)
-Josh Harrison laying down the smart sac bunt (third at-bat)

On to the videos:

Final Numbers for Locke:

Total Pitches: 55
1st Inning Pitches: 30
2nd Inning Pitches: 25
First Pitch Strikes: 6/14 batters
Strikes: 31
Balls: 24
Fastball Speed: 88-92 MPH, mid to high 70s breaking ball

Final Numbers for Colla:

Total Pitches: 38
2nd Inning Pitches: 18
3rd Inning Pitches: 18
4th Inning Pitches: 10
5th Inning Pitches: 7
First Pitch Strikes: 6/11 batters
Strikes: 21
Balls: 17
Fastball Speed: 88-91 MPH, 88-89 consistently

Final Numbers for McSwain:

Total Pitches: 28
6th Inning Pitches: 28
First Pitch Strikes: 5/7 batters
Strikes: 17
Balls: 11
Fastball Speed: 84-89 MPH, 85-87 consistently, 75-78 off-speed

Final Numbers for Aguero:

Total Pitches: 45
7th Inning Pitches: 10
8th Inning Pitches: 15
9th Inning Pitches: 20
First Pitch Strikes: 6/10 batters
Strikes: 25
Balls: 20
Fastball Speed: 93-97 MPH, 83-84 MPH slider

Final Numbers for Uviedo:

Total Pitches: 4
9th Inning Pitches: 4
First Pitch Strikes: 1/2 batters
Strikes: 3
Balls: 1

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