LSU and Florida have a long way to go in the College World Series final series, and already weirdness has crept into a best-of-three tilt that will most certainly feature lights-out pitching and few runs.
In the top of the third inning and with two outs, Florida NFL Jerseys Wholesale centerfielder Ryan Larson stepped up and dealt a routine grounder into the second-third base gap, the general territory that Tiger shortstop Kramer Robertson is tasked with covering. Robertson fielded the ball cleanly enough. Getting the thing out of his glove, however, that didn’t go so well.
To say nothing of him stabbing this low lacer into the second-third base gap in the top of the sixth.
That ended the Gators’ batting in the sixth, and it’s a mercy that the play didn’t require him to throw to first, inasmuch as he’s been having trouble transferring the ball to his throwing hand these recent weeks.
LSU began the sixth inning down, 3-0, but the Tigers have plugged through a pair of run to bring the score to 3-2. Every run will count in this series, which features two of the best Nike NFL Jerseys Wholesale pitching staffs in college baseball.
As it stands, Florida holds a 4-2 advantage in the top of the seventh.