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6/9/2011 9:46:03 AM

Daweez04
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I wouldn't count on Josh. Mike Parker was on 860 last night, didn't sound promising.
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6/9/2011 12:14:52 PM

SouthernBeaver
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He is not questionable... he is out and will not play in the Supers under any circumstances. MAYBE CWS if we get that far... but I doubt it.
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6/9/2011 12:56:59 PM

OpihiMan
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SouthernBeaver wrote:
He is not questionable... he is out and will not play in the Supers under any circumstances. MAYBE CWS if we get that far... but I doubt it.


I don't know where you are getting your info but here is today's article with quotes from Josh himself:

http://www.gazettetimes.com/sports/beavers-sports/article_71823df6-91fa-11e0-92ee-001cc4c03286.html
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6/9/2011 4:07:52 PM

Daweez04
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Per O-live beat writer Osich is out for the weekend. Sam WILL start Game 1, Game 2 TBD.

IF the Beavs can take Game 1 and get at least 7 innings out of Sammy G, then I think the combo of Duke, Shultz, Boyd and Bryant can do Game 2.

If this comes to a Game 3 Beavs will be in trouble pitching wise.
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6/9/2011 5:41:06 PM

Daweez04
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I also want to point out that Casey seems to get a lot out of his young arms when it counts.

Turpen and Stutes came up huge in 2006 in back to back elimination games. Reyes just plain dominated in 2007.
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