Monday, November 2, 2009

2009-2010 Schedule

As you may have already seen, the Indiana Hoosiers have announced their 2009-2010 schedule. The season begins with the Hoosiers making a trip to California to play San Diego in a 3-game series followed by one game against Hall of Famer Tony Gwynn and his San Diego State Aztecs. Additional notable non-conference games include last year's regional foes Vanderbilt on 3/7/10 in the Music City Classic in Nashville, Tennessee and a home-and-away series against Louisville on 3/9/10 (away) and 3/30/10 (home).

In conference play, the Hoosiers will play home series against Michigan, Iowa, Purdue, and Illinois. Ohio State, Minnesota, Northwestern, and Michigan State will all be on the road. That leaves Penn State as the only Big Ten baseball opponent the Hoosiers will not face (Wisconsin does not have a baseball team).

The full schedule can be found here.

18 comments:

  1. So after the scrimmages is there any surprises? Are the starters from the poll still the same? I wasn't there, what does everyone think?

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  2. Other than Sabourin, not much solid hitting!!

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  3. Im sure dickerson, rogers, earley, lyon, and lambert will do fine this season as well. its up to freshman to step up, if they can...

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  4. Who does everyone think the starters will be? We all know Sabourin at first, Rogers at 2nd, Earley, Lamert, and Dickerson in the outfield. Who's at short, third, and catching??

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  5. WE ALL KNOW?? WHO ARE YOU?

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  6. Really??? I heard from a friend who went to one game they had Johnson at 2nd and Basil at 3rd. SO LETS HERE IT SINCE YOU KNOW?? I'M A SENIOR FAN !! WHO ARE YOU??

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  7. I'm not sure we all know either. I'm not sure the coaching staff even knows. I think Sabourin, Lambert, and Dickerson may be the only 3 with spots locked down. Rogers needs to limit the Ks or a frosh will be taking his spot.

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  8. I dont get what this guy is talking about^^ someone wanna clarify?

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  9. WE ALL KNOW?? WHO ARE YOU?? WHY DON'T YOU GET OFF HERE. This site is for intelligent conversation, so you don't need to be here. I agree there are only 3 players that will be in the starting lineup on consistent basis, and you named them. I do believe that Rogers and Earley will be right there too. They deserve the PT.

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  10. If this site is for intelligent conversation, why are you here?^

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  11. Rogers had far to many K's and far to many errors. He has a rock for a glove.

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  12. Rogers still batted .314 last year so I think 2b his to lose.

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  13. The joys of anonymous commenting.

    Anyhow I'm interested in seeing how Dickerson will play in 2010. The book is out on him, but he is still very talented. Hoosier fans should hope he does not receive the Dan Black treatment of intentional unintentional walks. Unlike the Buckeyes where maybe you pitch carefully to Burkhart, but have nowhere to hide in the line-up, Dickerson isn't surrounded by too much proven talent at the plate.

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  14. I don't think he should get that treatment because he is prone to swing through some pitches. But we know if he hits it, it can go a long way so he might. I think Sabourin before him and Lyon or Earley after him will be good enough for protection.

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  15. I agree, I can see the big ten teams walking him because there would be no reason to pitch to Dickerson in tight games unless the other team has to.

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  16. Bloggings for idiots, but let's stay positive on all the players that we do have. It's a team game!? Go Hoosiers!!!

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  17. lambert, rogers, sabourin, dickerson, lyon, earley, basil, wilson.... starting batting order this spring no doubt

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  18. I think given the opportunity Casey Smith could break into the line-up. However, his pops will probably only use him to pitch this season.

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