Auburn Baseball announced the signees for the 2011 class on Wednesday…
Healthy Luckie Big Key For Baseball Tigers
Auburn, Ala.--Winning 43 games in 2010 on the way to the SEC Western Division title and playing host to an NCAA Regional at Plainsman Park, the Auburn Tigers used a powerful offense and a strong closer to get back on the map in the college baseball world. Without SEC Player of the Year Hunter Morris, fellow sluggers Brian Fletcher and Trent Mummey, as well as Austin Hubbard to shut the door, Coach John Pawlowski's team will depend on pitching, defense and timely hitting this season as they hope to continue the run of success on the diamond. A change in bats for college baseball should only help Auburn in those departments this season as less power from the aluminum bats is likely to significantly reduce the number of home runs and total runs in games this season. One of the players who hopes to benefit the most not only from the change in bats but also from being healthy for the first time in three years is junior Cory Luckie. Pitching very well as a true freshman in 2008 when he...
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