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Thursday, August 16, 2007

The University of Texas Baseball roster for the 2008 Season!

For the Roster, I have made some changes for the positional players.

Pitchers (19) Drew Bishop Jr, Riley Boening Soph, Hunter Harris Soph, Kenn Kasparek Jr, Pat McCrory Jr, Alex Posey Soph, Andy Reese Jr, Keith Shinaberry Jr, Juston Street Jr, Kyle Walker Jr, Blake Williams Soph, Austin Wood Jr. Garrett Clyde, Soph, Cole Green Freshman, Lee Johnson Freshman, Chance Ruffin Freshman, Stayton Thomas Freshman, Brandon Workman Freshman(3rd Rd Phillies), Casey Whitmer soph.

Catchers (5) Preston Clark Junior, Todd Gilfillian senior, Russell Moldenhauer Sophmore(OF), Cameron Rupp Freshman, Kawika Emsley-Pai Freshman.

Infielders(6) Travis Tucker Junior, Jeff Bose Junior, Brandon Belt Soph, Bobby Buckner Freshman, Tant Shepherd Freshman, Marcus Tackett Soph.

Outfielders (7) Jordan Danks Junior, Kyle Russell Junior, Kyle Lusson Sophomore, Clint Stubbs Sophomore, Runney Davis Freshman, Connor Rowe Freshman, Kevin Keyes Freshman

Note: I have move Brandon Belt and Marcus Tackett to the infield but they will also pitch. Also please note there 37 players and the Roster can only have 35.

Remember this is only my best guess as how I see it today:

1st Base. Brandon Belt
2nd Base Travis Tucker/Pat McCrory
Short Stop Pat McCrory/ Bobby Buckner
3rd Base Tant Shepherd/ Marcus Tackett
Left Field Kyle Lusson/ Davis/Rowe/Keyes
Center Field Jordan Danks
Right Field Kyle Russell
Catcher Preston Clark/Cameron Rupp
DH Russell Moldenhauer/Cameron Rupp
Friday Starter- Riley Boening
Saturday Starter- Casey Whitmer
Sunday Starter- Austin Wood

Closer- Lee Johnson/Keith Shinaberry/Drew Bishop

Mid-day starter- Brandon Workman/ Kyle Walker/Cole Green

When the schedules comes out later on in the fall you will see more 5 games in a week than in years past. That is also why Augie and staff has more pitchers than in years past.

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