USCBatgirl21Well-Known Member New ↑ This is a load of BS! They have not been "teeing off on us" the whole time he's been here. The SEC has been the premier baseball league for decades. Carolina has consistently been the upper echelon of pitching staffs in the SEC over that time. You're making s#*t up now...just like when you said that Greenville had the best bid for the neutral game with Clemson. That turned out to be FALSE! Click to expand... At this point there is no need to continue this conversation because it's evident you refuse to acknowledge that JM is one of the problems on our staff, have been looking through nothing but garnet colored glasses where pitching is concerned because you obviously refuse to even consider that JM could do anything wrong, and are not bothering to pay attention to what you're seeing in games themselves. You're ignoring when facts that don't suit your argument are presented, and again, not bothering to pay attention to what is actually going on in games. We are losing ballgames not just because offense if a problem or there is questionable defense. The pitching IS a problem as well, especially middle relief and mid week starters. As for the bid, they did have the best bid for the game. It had a lot more to do with things other than money, as I said MANY times during that conversation. 36 Today at 12:24 PM Last edited: Today at 12:31 PM You're laughable...Other than the first couple years (we had very little talent, when Ray got here...plus loaded bats), the pitching staff has been near the top of the conference in ERA...the entire time. That is how you judge a staff. High up in strike outs too. You're lying...Charleston had the highest bid. It was just that Leggett said "FU" to the Carolina and Clemson fans in the Lowcountry, because he didn't want to travel 4 hours.