RBI. Ribbie. Ribeye. Whichever way you say it or write it, it means the same thing: runs batted in.
Every coach at every level of the game wants a hitter’s RBI count to be high; the higher the number, the more runs that are crossing the plate.
For Georgia softball’s head coach, Lu Harris-Champer, she has an RBI machine in her lineup. A machine that pumps out more RBIs than a machine gun shoots out rounds.
Now, Tina Iosefa does not hit 3,000 RBIs per minute like certain machine guns shoot out bullets, but at this point, her bat has caused just as much damage.
With 68 total RBIs through April 20, Iosefa is first in the nation in RBIs. Needless to say, the senior is producing the majority of Georgia’s runs throughout this season. Read more.