College World Series, CWS

June 20, 2010 by USA Post 

College World SeriesCollege World Series – The Los Angeles Times – Omaha – Before the College World Series began, ESPN necessary to provide each team of four players for pre-game interviews.

The television network has selected three pitchers UCLA, and the lone striker was chosen solely because he suffered a broken wrist as the team celebrated after the super regional.

Maybe after Saturday, the Bruins will get a programming attention, without needing a freak injury involved. In addition to starter Trevor Bauer’s 11 strikeouts, UCLA has taken a step further to prove it more than pitching in a 11-3 victory over Florida at Rosenblatt Stadium. It was the victory of UCLA CFS first.

“We knew that there are two sides of the ball,” said shortstop Niko Gallego, who was four to five and scored two points. “They do what they do on their side, and we do what we do on our side. ”

The Bruins (49-14) was quiet in the postgame, hoping to avoid another unfortunate incident. Last week, the second baseman Tyler Rahmatulla was injured after being piled up by his teammates after winning the Super Regional against Cal State Fullerton.

Without their leader in hits, the Bruins were still impressive at the plate. They pounded 18 hits against the third-seeded Gators, who threw the ace Alex Panteliodis. It lasted only 31 / 3 innings after giving up five hits and four earned runs.

“We had 15 singles on 18 hits,” UCLA coach John Savage said. “We kind of pecking at them. We have not had a home run all night. It was a typical game for the offensive us in terms of, we used the middle field, we had a bunch of singles. We had stolen bases, we kept coming after them. ”

UCLA received some generous defending Florida. The Gators, who committed two errors all series, allowed three runs on two golf ball and a wild past and another third baseman Austin Maddox when mishandled a grounder routine.

However, Bruins hitters did most damage.

With an advance of a term, second baseman Cody Regis had run scoring single to 4-2 in the third. Designated hitter Blair Dunlap put the Bruins ahead, 7-3, with a two-run single in the fifth. The runtime support has been plenty for a pitching staff among the best in the nation.

Bauer seven innings, allowing six hits. His 11 strikeouts helped him break the record in a school season with 152. UCLA has moved to a duel with Texas Christian at 5 pm Monday.

The winner will be until Friday and will need one more win to advance to the championship series. Florida (47-16) plays Florida State in the loser’s bracket Monday.

“To be honest, I do not even know this was our first victory,” Bauer said. “Maybe I should have, but as coach said before, this is not done. We have a practice to come and play on Monday.”

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