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Mid-Week game vs. Ohio U. from Nick Swisher Field @ Bill Davis Stadium

Discussion in 'Buckeye Baseball' started by brodybuck21, Apr 10, 2018.

  1. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member


    Buckeyes hosts Bobcats at 5:05 p.m. Tuesday at Bill Davis Stadium

    COLUMBUS, Ohio
    – Due to predicted weather, the Ohio State baseball game against Ohio has been moved up to 5:05 p.m. Tuesday at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. The Buckeyes are 20-10 overall and 3-3 in Big Ten play, while the Bobcats travel to Columbus with a 15-14 overall record and 4-5 in MAC action.

    The game will be streamed on BTN Plus ($) and can be heard on AM 1460 ESPN
  2. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

  3. rhgbosu

    rhgbosu I aim to misbehave

    Interesting defensive shakeup.....McGowan 3B Pohl 1B Dingler CF. West was at SS and Foppe at 2B with Cherry at DH. It worked. 4-0 and clean in the field for only the 5th time this season. . Jake Vance with another solid midweek outing.

    Also glad to see Cherry moved down to the 6 spot for the second straight game. Just can’t have a guy in the 3 hole who Ks about every 2.5 ABs.
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  4. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    No errors....miracle!
  5. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member


    Sophomore Jake Vance strikes out career-high six in win over Ohio Tuesday night

    COLUMBUS, Ohio
    The Ohio State baseball team defeated Ohio, 4-0, Tuesday night at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. Sophomore right-hander Jake Vance struck out a career-high six batters, while Noah McGowan, the Big Ten leader in RBI, drove in two runs in the win over the Bobcats. With the victory, the Buckeyes improve to 21-10 overall and Ohio drops to 15-15 overall in 2018.


    • Ohio State scored three runs in the bottom of the fourth on four hits vs. Ohio right-handed reliever Eddie Kutt. With the bases loaded on a 3-2 count, McGowan knocked a two-run single through the left side before Conner Pohlhit a RBI single to right center for the 3-0 lead.
    • The Buckeyes extended their lead to four in the bottom of the sixth with a RBI by Jacob Barnwell on a fielder’s choice.
    • Vance was strong for the Buckeyes on the mound tonight, keeping the Bobcats off the board for 5.2 innings and fanned a career-high six hitters. He scattered three hits with one walk to improve to 3-1.
    • Ohio State improved to 85-40 all-time vs. the Bobcats. This is the second straight year Ohio State has shut out Ohio. The team has won 11 straight games vs. Ohio dating back to 1990.
    • The Scarlet and Gray pick up their first shutout of the season tonight.
    • The Buckeyes improved to 12-4 when scoring first.
    • McGowan had two RBI tonight and now has 42 in 2018 (Big Ten leader).
    • Vance struck out a career-high six batters.
    • Foppe extended his reached base streak to 15 games. Pohl moved his reached base streak to 11 games and McGowan extended his streak to nine contests.
    • Pohl extended his team-high hit streak to 11 games and McGowan moved his to nine straight contests.
    Ohio State travels for a three-game series at Penn State Friday-Sunday at University Park, Pa. All three games will can be heard on the radio at AM 1460 ESPN.

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