MIAMI 2, NO. 20 CLEMSON 1

’Canes end Tigers’ win streak

From Staff ReportsApril 21, 2013 

— Bryan Radziewski struck out 10 batters in seven innings to lead Miami to a 2-1 victory against No. 20 Clemson at Alex Rodriguez Park on Saturday afternoon.

The Hurricanes, who evened the series 1-1, improved to 26-16 overall and 9-11 in the ACC. The Tigers, who saw their 11-game winning streak come to an end, fell to 27-12 and 13-7.

Radziewski (6-1) gave up two hits, one run and four walks to earn the win. Eric Nedeljkovic pitched a scoreless ninth inning with two strikeouts to record his ninth save. Miami’s three pitchers combined to hold Clemson to 1-for-13 with runners on base and 0-for-7 with runners in scoring position while striking out 13 batters.

Tiger starter Matthew Crownover (5-1) suffered his first loss.

In the top of the second, Steve Wilkerson and Steven Duggar led off with walks, then both runners moved upon a wild pitch. Jon McGibbon lofted a sacrifice fly to left field to score Wilkerson. Kevin Bradley followed with a blooper to shallow left field, but Tyler Palmer made a diving catch to end the inning and save a run.

In the Miami third Tyler Palmer laced a one-out single to right-center and advanced to second on an error. Alex Hernandez followed with a single through the left side to move Palmer to third. Chantz Mack belted a single through the right side to tie the score 1-1.

Dale Carey led off the fifth inning with a bunt single, advanced to second on Palmer’s sacrifice bunt, and moved to third on an error on a failed pickoff attempt. Hernandez laced a single through the right side to score Carey and give the Hurricanes their first lead of the series.

Mack led the Hurricanes by going 3-for-4 with an RBI. Hernandez added two hits and an RBI for the Hurricanes, who outhit the Tigers 8-4.

Garrett Boulware had a team-high two hits for Clemson, while McGibbon had the Tigers’ only RBI.

Clemson and Miami will play the finale of the three-game series today at 1 p.m..

ClemsonMiami
abrhbiabrhbi
Slaton lf4000Palmer lf3110
Brittle cf4000Eusebio lf0000
Boulware c4020Hrndez 2b4021
Knnedy dh4000Thmpsn 3b3000
Wlkeson 2b3100Mack rf4031
Duggar rf2000Sn Juan4000
Krieger ss3010Kennedy c2000
McGbn 1b3011Fieger 1b3010
Bradley 3b3000Barr 1b0000
Cstigan ph1000Lopez ss3000
Carey cf3110
Totals 31141Totals 29282

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Miami00101000x2

E—Duggar (1); Krieger (9); Crownover (1); Thompson (5). DP—Clemson 3. LOB—Clemson 8, Miami 6. SH—Palmer (7). SF—McGibbon (2).

ClemsonIPHRERBBSO
Crownover L,5-141/372010
Meyer22/310000
Andrews100010

MiamiIPHRERBBSO
Radziewski W,6-17211410
Salcines100001
Nedeljkovic S,9120002

WP—Radziewski (2). Umpires—HP: Greg Street 1B: Troy Fullwood 3B: Scott Erby. T—2:38. A—2,588.

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