Hurricanes Baseball Reporter
For you doubters, pack your bags. Tonight, the Canes winning their 12th straight is proving that this is NOT just another Cane’s team. They are proving to all that they are on a definite mission and no team is going to stop them from getting there not even the 3rd rank team in the nation; Virginia Cavaliers. For the second night, Miami came back from a two-run deficit bolstered by another three HR display of raw power to take us into uncharted waters that we have not seen in a long, long time. Miami pitching has been overwhelming in keeping the Virginia batters in check. Tonight, in the 4th inning, Virginia showed why they are one of the best hitting teams in the country after being held to just two hits Friday night. Their bases clearing double with bases loaded added to the already one run scored earlier in the inning put the visitors ahead by two. Karson Ligon not having his best of nights needed help from his BP and the bats to claw their way back into the game. The bat of Yoyo Morales was no bigger than the 429′ orbiting shot to left-center to put the Canes back on top in the 7th and the arm of Andrew Walters held off a hard-charging Virginia team in the final moments. Before 3552 screaming fans standing on every pitch, they had to wait until a review on the final play of the game.
Silence overcame elation until the ump verified the final out which set off the largest ovation to be heard ever at the LIGHT.