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Misjudged, plus the LF was out of position to begin with.
Weiss HBP. 2 On. 1B & 3B.
"Don't know. Never had one"
-- D. Royal-Mack Brown how to coach a team after a losing season
Roger--'See if Payton can hit to the .500 mark'
Youch. Woody Woodward just ran into the left field foul wall at full speed. That looked like it hurt.
Woodward jumps to try to get the ball at LF, hits the padding. He's down. Left knee. He's up.
LF hit that wall at almost full gallop. Ow.
There was no jump. He just slammed into that sucker.
Woodward filling in for Fisher, who is out.
Crowd fired up
Big ground out by Payton.
Horns now just 1-for-7 with RISP. They've stranded six through five innings.
Top 6th: 1-1
I think at the last moment he kinda hopped when he saw the wall but he sure didn't slow down.
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That ball should have been out of the park foul, but the wind brought it so far back in it would have been a fair ball had Payton not caught it.
This wind got intense.
Dave last inning for Peters?
Horns having trouble catching the ball today
"Leadership is wisdom, courage and great carelessness of self"
UCSB draws back to back two-out walks.
Men on 1st and 2nd with 2 outs.
Ty Marlow coming in to pitch.
Peters looked like he was getting tired, starting to fly open some.
Marlow allows a run-scoring double to left to his first batter. Gauchos take the lead.
The walks by Peters come back to bite Texas in the 6th after Nesovic's double to right.
Hinojosa, Steinhagen, Felts due up for Texas.
Bottom 6th: 2-1 UCSB
1-2-3 inning for the Horns in the bottom of the 6th. Three pop flies. All were a little interesting because of the wind, but UCSB handled them all perfectly.
Gauchos can hit. And teams know Texas has been down Offensively for a long time now.
Marlow makes quick work of of the top of the UCSB lineup in the 7th to move things along with the Horns still trailing by one.
He's turned into a great bridge between the starter and Knebel this year.
Bottom 7th: 2-1 UCSB
He has shown Upper Class leadership
Bill commenting on, w/ the breeze, if the batters can get the ball up towards LF, it's G O N E
Pitching chance UCSB
Do you let Hall run?
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