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adUTleander
1000+ posts
05/04/10 04:23 AM
What happened to Austin Dicharry?

I thought he was supposed to be a major player this year? I know he started the year in our starting rotation in front of Cole Green (thats almost laughable now that Cole Green originally wasnt in our weekend rotation), and i thought he would find some role out of the bullpen once he got beaten out but it seems as if he just doesnt get any playing time anymore. Is he injured, or is he just getting flat out beaten out right now.

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dbfootball
500+ posts
05/04/10 05:55 AM
Re: What happened to Austin Dicharry? [re: adUTleander]

Aaron Fitt address this yesterday;




In reply to:

David (Dallas): Other than Jungman, Cole, Workman, and Ruffin, what other Texas pitchers do you think have pro potential? Aaron Fitt: Certainly freshmen Hoby Milner, Kiefer Nuncio and Josh Urban to, and Austin Dicharry does as well, although he has been sidelined with shoulder tendinitis. I spoke with Augie Garrido this morning, and he's what he said about Dicharry's status: "He's throwing now. He's not throwing off the mound yet, still in the part of rehab where he's taking it week by week. I would imagine he could be back. The hard thing would be to find a role for him. A person with tendinitis that's lost their release point, a little bit of rhythm, a little bit of timing, to try to put them in there in a relief role would be the hardest thing to do. It would be much better for him to start. We'll have to be careful with him because he's really a good pitcher."






Austin Dicharry

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PFD
2500+ posts
05/04/10 08:22 AM
Re: What happened to Austin Dicharry? [re: adUTleander]

Slightly off topic, but what happened to derail Riley Boening's return to the pitching staff this season?




Hell ain't half full.
Leave the light on for you, son.
Hell ain't half full.
No need to run.

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dbfootball
500+ posts
05/04/10 09:53 AM
Re: What happened to Austin Dicharry? [re: adUTleander]

In reply to:

Slightly off topic, but what happened to derail Riley Boening's return to the pitching staff this season?




I know that he had to have shoulder scoped again last year- not sure what is his status for this year.


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slugfest
2500+ posts
05/04/10 07:47 PM
Re: What happened to Austin Dicharry? [re: adUTleander]

I was wondering the same thing about Boening. Could he possibly have another year of eligibility?




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s102r18
500+ posts
05/05/10 09:15 PM
Re: What happened to Austin Dicharry? [re: adUTleander]

Dicharry was never ahead of Cole, who was known to be the #2 starter long before opening day. Augie claimed he held Cole back the first weekend as a message to the team that DBU was a trap game to be taken seriously. However, there were some other strategic reasons Dicharry was kept in the weekend rotation over Cole the first two weeks of the season.

I didn't know about the injury issues; I'd only noticed that since at least Omaha last year (perhaps before that?) AD's effectiveness waned significantly. Injuries aren't good news, but "he just can't cut it" can be even worse, so thanks for the info.

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