Georgia Tech Blanks No. 13 Seminoles for a Winning Series – Baseball – Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets

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apartments – RHP Marquis Grissom Jr. The team ignited a must-win rubber game as Georgia Tech Baseball #13 defeated Florida State 10-0 for the series Sunday afternoon at McNeese Baseball Park at Ross Chandler Stadium.

The Yellow Jackets (21-12, 7-8 ACC) earned his career start from Grissom, Jr. (2-3), dispersing just five hits over the course of his career-long 5.2 runs to hold 13y– Seminole mattress (18-13, 7-8 ACC) without operation.

Then the bulls took the lead from a sophomore named LHP Joseph ManleyRHP John MediciRHP Zach Maxwell and RHP Cole McNamee Combined for shutdown the rest of the way, giving away only two more hits a day.

In the plate, Georgia Tech was once again relentless. The team overall only made .273 on the day, but hit a flashy 0.417 with two naysayers and .300 with the runners in the scoring position. In fact, nine out of 10 runs recorded in the day came with two scores already recorded.

Kevin Stop And Jaden Jackson He led the day with a multi-stroke performance, taking two hits each and also led Parada in two rounds. The big hit came in the form of a hard hit – triple RBI Drew Compton In the third inning to push Tech up 4-0. Three Gonzalez Then consolidate Tech’s win by doing the same in the eighth inning for three RBI. Tim Borden II He also drove on two rides a day.

Florida State was led by Brett Roberts, who finished 3-for-5 with my doubles. LHP Ross Dunn (1-3) took the loss, succumbing to four runs in three strokes in just 3.0 innings.

The Yellow Jackets are looking to continue their good play as their five-game home wraps up with an in-state game against Georgia State on Tuesday, April 12. 91.1 FM.

Postgame notes:

  • For the series, Georgia Tech hit .327 overall with 23 rounds, 34 hits, and 12 additional base strokes in the weekend against one of the ACC’s best staff;
  • On the other hand, Georgia Tech show 2.33 ERA hitters scored 34 hitters over the three games;
  • Jadyn Jackson led the camp in just two games, scoring .625, while Andrew Jenkins (.583), Kevin Parada (.500), and Chandler Simpson (.500) were all enthusiasts as well against FSU;
  • Kevin Parada in his four-game week was outstanding on the board, scoring .500 for nine strokes, double, triple and four strokes, and driving in 10 runs overall. He hit 1.333 and scored .474 on base as he hit only twice in 18 rackets;
  • Over the course of four shooters’ games, the cast held an ERA of 2.75 overall, and achieved 42 totals in 36 rounds.


Post-match press conference (Coach Hall, Jadyn Jackson, Marquis Grissom, Jr.)

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