A-Sun: Now That's A Double Play

By Bryan App - May 25, 2007


Mercer got something going in the top of the seventh. Billy Shaughnessy was hit by a pitch and advanced to second on a wild pitch. Shaughnessy tried to steal third, as the following batter, Steven Karwatt faced a 2-2 count. But Stetson starter Jake Hitchcock struck out Karwatt with a fast ball, and Hatters catcher Josh Clendenin fired a strike to third get Shaughnessy and complete the inning-ending double play.

Still tied at 1 heading into the top of the eighth.

Posted by Bryan App at 01:15 PM on May 25, 2007
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