College Baseball World Series: USC and Florida Locked in Game 2 Pitchers' Duel
Game 2 of the College Baseball World Series is a Pitchers' Duel Early
Prior to the 2011 NCAA college baseball season pitching duels were few and far between. The aluminum bats were the hitters best friends. Well, those aluminum bats aren't so friendly anymore and the scores have reflected. And this College World Series Finals is reflecting that.
It took 11-innings before a team got two runs in Monday's game one contest. And game two certainly appears headed down the same path.
READ MORE: College World Series Live Blog: Game 2
Through 2.5 innings the two teams have combined for one hit, and zero runs. The Gamecocks Michael Roth and the Gators Karsten Whitson are clearly on top of their games. Runs are going to be a premium in this one.
And if recent history has taught us anything it is that the Gamecocks thrive in this kind of situation. They know how to play small ball, and they have a crazy knack for coming up big in big moments.
It will be interesting to see how these teams deal with the pressure as this game moves forward.
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