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Baseball Update: Kentucky in desperate need of late offense


Game 1 of the Louisville Super Regional hasn’t gone well for your University of Kentucky Wildcats. After going down 2-0 early, the Cats flirted with a comeback in the fifth inning but couldn’t bring in two baserunners with no outs. Then in the bottom of the fifth, Louisville’s Drew Ellis hit a three-run bomb that still hasn’t landed.

Louisville currently leads 5-0 in the top of the eighth inning and it’s not looking good for the Cats.

It’ll take a miraculous turnaround or this one is over.

Article written by Drew Franklin

I can recite every line from Forrest Gump, blindfolded. Follow me on Twitter: @DrewFranklinKSR

6 Comments for Baseball Update: Kentucky in desperate need of late offense

  1. KYcats11
    3:17 pm June 9, 2017 Permalink

    Damn it. The pitcher could throw the ball into the stands and the ump would call a strike.

  2. Howdy Doody
    3:33 pm June 9, 2017 Permalink

    Time to start calling and threatening the Umpires !!!!!
    That will fix it!

  3. Dan Bilzerian
    4:28 pm June 9, 2017 Permalink

    whatta DBAG

  4. hal9944
    7:42 pm June 9, 2017 Permalink

    I dont know about college, but in high school and MLB, if a player where to act like a jackass after hitting a HR, he’d be getting a nice fastball to the rib cage his next at bat! Have some class you terds. Although i know UL and class is like the biggest oxymoron there is!

    • Penn Chaloaf
      6:23 am June 10, 2017 Permalink

      uavel put the A, the S, and the last S in “no clASS”.

  5. notFromhere
    11:47 pm June 9, 2017 Permalink

    Kind of confused here. We were never allowed to run to first on the grass outside of the base path or we would be called out before we got three steps down the line. Lefties might get away with it for a step or two, but HR or not, we’d have been called out.