CWS: Half-way through. Fullerton showing signs of life

By Eric Sorenson - June 18, 2006


To quote that horrible 70s band Head East, the Titans seemed flat as a pancake in innings 1-through-3. They seemed to find some energy in the 4th with a nice hit and run that put runners at the corners with no outs. But a double play ball kept it from becoming a big inning, though it ended the shutout.

In the 5th, another baserunning foible appeared to squelch their chances, as Brandon Tripp was caught between 2nd and 3rd for the second out of the inning. But an RBI single by Justin Turner has the Titans back in this game, at least mentally, at 4-2.

Tech's Blake Wood hasn't done a bad job on the hill, though CSF has touched him up a bit this inning.

Thankfully, the clouds have moved in, hopefully taking an edge off the 90+ heat. Maybe I'll finally give the grandstand a try for the rest of the game.

Posted by Eric Sorenson at 03:32 PM on June 18, 2006
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