Not liking the way things have been going lately.
Far too many come-from-behind wins required late in the season, a weak showing in the Big East baseball tournament, and a three-game suspension for Dan McDonnell as NCAA action begins.
Louisville batters making too many opposing pitchers look good with their collective hitting slump and too many of U of L’s relief pitchers, especially Gabriel Shaw, looking vulnerable. Even super stopper Neil Holland giving up a home run in his most recent outing.
Don’t look now but it looks like the return of more wet weather, rain delays, late starts, later endings.
Gotta get better for this University of Louisville baseball team.
A few weeks into the season, Dan McDonnell said that the true measure of a team is how it responds to adversity. “Bad things are going to happen,” he stated. “You have to prepare for them, make adjustments and move forward.”
When asked about playing without McDonnell, shortstop Adam Duvall responded, “We’ll miss him but we’ve been preparing for this all season, overcoming a lot of challenges. We just want to play baseball, and we’re ready to get back out there.”