Monday, April 17, 2006

Crimson coverage... Not much beyond the recap. We do get this, the last word on what actually went down at the end of Game 2, which is exactly as a commenter had said:
Then, in the bottom of the last, the infield converted a misplayed, bases-loaded pop-up into a game-ending double play. After some confusion regarding the infield fly rule, which was in fact in effect, the shallow fly dropped in fair in short left field, but Wilson alertly flipped the ball to Brown, who applied the tag to the runner leading off third to end the inning and returned the ball to Wilson for a superfluous tag out.

“The call from the umpire was infield fly rule was in effect if it was fair,” Brown said. “It came down fair by a couple of inches. Steffan and I had the old 5-6-5 triple play where only two of the outs counted.”
Beanpot tomorrow. Northeastern's coming off a win over No. 16 Old Dominion to salvage a three-game series.

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