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Mid-Week game vs. Youngstown St. from Nick Swisher Field @ Bill Davis Stadium

Discussion in 'Buckeye Baseball' started by brodybuck21, Apr 17, 2018.

  1. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    TIME CHANGE WEDNESDAY VS. YSU

    Cold temperatures expected tonight in Columbus

    COLUMBUS, Ohio
    - Due to predicted weather Wednesday evening, the game time vs. Youngstown State Wednesday has been moved up to 3:05 p.m. at Bill Davis Stadium.

    Following the midweek contest vs. the Penguins, the Buckeyes, 24-10 and 6-3 in Big Ten play, will prep for a key three-game Big Ten home series against No. 8 Indiana Friday-Sunday in Columbus. All games this week will be streamed on BTN Plus ($) and can be heard on AM 1460 ESPN.

    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-basebl/spec-rel/041718aaa.html
     
  2. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    already down 2-0 top 1
     
  3. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    Bucks win 12-3. That's 5 in a row now headed into the biggest series of the year as #8 Indiana comes to town. Bucks are 2-3 vs top 25 so far. (0-2 vs Oregon st, 1-0 vs southern miss and 1-1 vs coastal carolina)
     
  4. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

  5. rhgbosu

    rhgbosu I aim to misbehave

    win number 250 for Beals at Ohio St.

    Lots of walks by both pitching staffs....Typical for YSU but unusual for us. Our guys did a nice job pitching outta trouble thanks to 14 YSU Ks.

    Another McGowan error at 3B. Freakin base is cursed for us. Pohl, on the other hand, has been rock solid since the position swap. Had a big night at the plate too
     
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  6. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member


    so many errors at 3b!
     
  7. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    BUCKEYES BEAT YOUNGSTOWN STATE, 12-3

    Ohio State improves to 25-10 overall with fifth straight victory

    COLUMBUS, Ohio
    The Ohio State baseball team claimed its fifth straight win with a 12-3 victory over Youngstown State Wednesday afternoon at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. With the win, the Buckeyes improve to 25-10 overall, while the Penguins drop to 10-23 in 2018.

    GAME SUMMARY

    • After YSU jumped out to a 2-0 lead, Ohio State scored three runs on one hit in the bottom of the first vs. YSU starter Kip DeShields, who walked four OSU hitters in the first and only lasted 0.1 innings. Dominic Canzone and Brady Cherry Noah McGowan drove in his 44th RBI of the year with a sac fly for the first run. A wild pitch allowed Brady Cherry to score. With the bases loaded, Nate Romans walked to push Conner Pohl around, who reached on a strikeout and passed ball.
    • Ohio State scored three more in the third on a RBI triple by Dillon Dingler, RBI single by Tyler Cowles and RBI single by Nate Romans.
    • In the fourth, Pohl launched a three-run home run over the wall in right for a 9-2 lead. Romans scored a run in the sixth on a RBI single.
    • Right-handed starting pitcher Jake Vance threw three innings and gave up two runs, on earned, on two hits with five strikeouts and two walks in three innings.
    • Right-handed reliever Austin Woodby claimed his first win of the year, throwing two scoreless innings with four strikeouts and one walk and two hits.
    GAME NOTES
    • Ohio State improves to 15-2 all-time vs. the Penguins and have won 10 straight games vs. Youngstown State.
    • The Buckeyes are now 10-2 at home this year and 3-0 vs. in-state opponents.
    • Head coach Greg Beals claimed his 250th win at Ohio State.
    • The Buckeyes scored 10 runs in a game for the ninth time this year. The Buckeyes are 9-0 when scoring a t least 10 runs.
    • The OSU pitching staff tossed 14 strikeouts tonight, marking the 12th time the staff has struck out at least 10 batters in a game.
    • Pohl extended his career-high hit streak to 15 games.
    • McGowan has reached safely in 13 straight contests.
    • Dingler pushed his hit streak to five in a row.
    • Matt Carpenter had his first career hit tonight.
    • Woodby earned his first win of the year and ninth of his OSU career.
    • Multi-hit games: McGowan (19), Pohl (14), Dingler (6), Barnwell (6) and Romans (4).
    • Multi-RBI games: Pohl (8) and Romans (4).
    UP NEXT
    Ohio State hosts No. 8 Indiana in a Big Ten series Friday-Sunday at Nick Swisher Field at Bill Davis Stadium. All three games can be viewed on BTN Plus ($) or can listen on the radio at AM 1460 ESPN.

    http://www.ohiostatebuckeyes.com/sports/m-basebl/recaps/041818aaa.html
     
  8. brodybuck21

    brodybuck21 THE OHIO STATE UNIVERSITY Staff Member

    Baseball: Ohio State comes out on top of wild 12-3 win against Youngstown State
    By Andy Anders: andy-anders April 18, 2018 0


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    Ohio State sophomore pitcher Jake Vance (3) throws a pitch in the third inning of the game against Ohio University in April 10. Ohio State won 4-0. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo Editor

    The combined pitching staffs of Ohio State and Youngstown State dragged on a Wednesday night matchup for three hours and 26 minutes, struggling to find the strike zone while issuing a combined 17 walks.

    The difference for Ohio State (25-10, 6-3 Big Ten) was its ability to strike out batters, 15 in total, with the team cruising to a 12-3 victory against Youngstown State. (10-23, 7-7 Horizon).

    “We can’t create that type of help for our opponent if we’re gonna beat a really good team,” head coach Greg Beals said.

    Youngstown State’s control issues began early. Junior starter Kip DeShields walked four batters, threw a wild pitch and surrendered three runs on one hit while recording just one out before being pulled.

    The Penguins’ pitching struggles continued in the third, when the Buckeyes strung together five straight hits to extend their lead to 6-2.

    Youngstown State’s pitching staff finished with 10 walks, a hit batter, four wild pitches and a balk.

    Ohio State sophomore first baseman Conner Pohl extended his hitting streak to 15 games, swatting a three-run home run in the fourth. He finished the day 2-for-4.

    “[I’m] not chasing any off-speed, just playing my game honestly,” Pohl said. “I’m a fastball hitter and just seeing fastballs to hit.”

    Youngstown State trailed the game by seven runs late in the game and had back-to-back innings with the bases loaded, but both times failed to capitalize.

    Ohio State sophomore Jake Vance got off to a rocky start on the mound with a 43-pitch first inning, but smoothed things out in the second and finished with one earned run and five strikeouts in three innings.

    Redshirt sophomore second baseman Matt Carpenter recorded his first career hit in the victory.

    “You could tell by the reaction from the dugout tonight, that tells you what type of teammate he is,” Beals said. “Speaks to the talent that’s up and down the lineup and throughout that locker room. There’s guys that aren’t getting regular playing time that can play.”

    Redshirt senior Austin Woodby pitched a pair of innings for the Buckeyes and received his first win of the season.

    Even with the 12-run performance on Wednesday, Ohio State had the opportunity to do more damage against Youngstown State. The Buckeyes left 12 runners on base while the Penguins left 14 runners on base and scored only three runs.

    After scoring 31 runs in their past two games, the Buckeyes will begin a three-game set with Indiana on Friday.


    https://www.thelantern.com/2018/04/baseball-ohio-state-comes-out-on-top-of-wild-12-3-win-against-youngstown-state/
     

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