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Eastman, Lightning keep Oshkosh North quiet

7:12 PM, Apr. 20, 2013
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When the first batter of an inning reaches base in high school baseball, more often than not that player is going to come around to score.

It doesn't matter, if they get on by hit, by walk or by error, the numbers are still the same.

"Statistically, we know that if the lead-off batter gets on in high school baseball, he scores anywhere between 60-70 percent of the time," Oshkosh North coach Troy Schaefer said. "If we let that lead-off runner on, we're fighting statistics and they don't play in our favor." ...

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