Baylor Turns Triple Play In Win Over UCLA

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HOUSTON -- Kendal Volz pitched seven scoreless innings and
Baylor turned a triple play to help preserve a 5-1 victory against
UCLA in the Houston College Classic on Saturday.
Volz (1-0) left with a 1-0 lead after allowing four hits and
three walks against six strikeouts. Baylor (6-1) extended its lead
to 3-0 in the eighth behind Joey Hainsfurther, who drove in a run
with a single and scored on the second wild pitch of the inning.
UCLA (2-5) had broken up the shutout and put runners at first
and second in the bottom of the eighth when Baylor first baseman
Dustin Dickerson made a diving catch on a line drive by Cody
Decker. He then threw out a runner at second base, and the relay to
first completed the Bears' first triple play since 1996.
Gerrit Cole (1-1) took the loss despite allowing just two hits
and one unearned run in six innings.




 
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