Here is your Fall Ball Update for October 19th.
Washington: Gold 12 Purple 7
SEATTLE – The Gold Squad won game one, 12-7, as the Husky baseball team opened its annual Fall World Series Tuesday night at Husky Ballpark.
Freshmen Michael Camporeale and Robert Pehl each drove in three runs for the victorious Gold team. Junior college transfer Mac Acker picked up the win, going four innings and allowing four hits while striking out four. Austin Voth came on in the sixth inning of the seven-inning game and got the final out to preserve a 9-7 lead and Josh Fedendall closed it out in the seventh. Continue reading
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – In the first live action of the fall baseball season, the Florida State Seminoles defeated the Ontario Blue Jays 18-3 in a 14-inning exhibition game Monday afternoon on Mike Martin Field inside Dick Howser Stadium.
“It was a good experience for our young guys and certainly a good experience for the Canadians,” said head coach Mike Martin. “We enjoyed playing them and hopefully we can do it again next year. Continue reading
Here is your October 17th Fall Ball Update.
North Carolina: Blue 6 White 0
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. – The Blue Team claimed its second straight series and wrapped up the Fall World Series Sunday afternoon as they claimed a 6-0 win over the White Team. Andrew Smith notched the win tossing 5.1 innings of shutout ball while striking out 10. Continue reading
Here is your Fall Ball Recap for October 16th.
Indiana: Cream 11 Crimson 1
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – The 2011 IU Baseball Cream vs. Crimson Fall Series will go to a game five as the Cream Squad blasted Crimson, 11-1, on Saturday. Chad Martin delivered five shutout innings on the mound for the second time in the series, striking out eight batters in game four. Continue reading
Here is your October 15th Fall Ball Recap.
Coastal Carolina: Bronze 4 Black 2
CONWAY – The Coastal Carolina baseball team started its 2011 fall World Series Friday afternoon with the Bronze squad edging the Black squad 4-2, following a one-and-a-half hour session of showing their skills to at least 25 Major League Baseball scouts at Watson Stadium. Continue reading
Here is your October 14th Fall Ball Update
Illinois State: Black 13 Red 8
NORMAL, Ill. – Eric Aguilera and Mike Hollenbeck each went 3-for-4, and Ty Wiesemeyer drove in a team-high four runs, as the black team beat the red team, 13-8, in game two of the Illinois State baseball team’s Fall World Series Thursday afternoon at Duffy Bass Field. The black team now leads the intrasquad set, 2-0. Continue reading
Here is your October 13th Fall Ball Update.
Seton Hall: Blue 4 White 1
After a close win by the Blue Team in game 4 of the Fall Pirate World Series, the Blue and White Teams matched up at Owen T. Carroll Field on Saturday afternoon for a seven inning game. Continue reading
Here is your October 12th Fall Ball Recap.
HOUSTON - The University of Houston baseball team competed against the Rice Owls Tuesday night in a 14-inning scrimmage at Cougar Field.
The extended scrimmage was a chance for head coach Todd Whitting to evaluate his squad, which has been holding fall practices since Sept. 6. Continue reading
Here is your October 11th Fall Ball Update.
Indiana: Cream 4 Crimson 0
BLOOMINGTON, Ind. – Powered by five innings of no-hit baseball for starting pitcher Chad Martin, Team Cream took a 1-0 advantage in the IU Baseball Cream vs. Crimson Series on Monday. A four-run fifth inning propelled Martin’s squad to a 4-0 victory in the series opener. Continue reading
Here is your October 10th Fall Ball Update.
Nebraska: White 12 Red 7
Lincoln – The White team polished off a three-game sweep of the Red squad on Saturday in the Nebraska baseball team’s annual Red-White Series by a score of 12-7. Michael Pritchard, Kash Kalkowski and Michael Siwa each had three hits for the Whites, including two doubles and two RBIs for Kalkowski, as well as a triple and double for Siwa. The Red’s Chad Christensen blasted the first and only home run of the series with a two-out grand slam in the bottom of the eighth inning for his only hit of the game. Continue reading