Utah Baseball Drops Series Opener 6-2 at No. 6 Oregon State

first_img Tags: Oregon State Beavers/Pac 12/Utah Utes Baseball April 6, 2019 /Sports News – Local Utah Baseball Drops Series Opener 6-2 at No. 6 Oregon State FacebookTwitterLinkedInEmailCORVALLIS, Ore. – Utah baseball dropped its series opener with No. 6 Oregon State 6-2 at Goss Stadium at Coleman Field on Friday, April 5.Oregon State scored all six of its runs in the second inning and that proved to be enough for the Beavers on their home field. With two outs, starter Kyle Robeniol left the game in the second inning with an injury and the Beavers went on to score five more runs to go up 6-0. Riley Pierce came in for Robeniol and went the rest of the way surrendering no more runs after that second inning.In the fourth, Utah got hits from Zack Moeller and Rykker Tom before Shea Kramer hit a sac fly to get Moeller home for Utah’s first run of the game.The Utes were back at it in the fifth, loading the bases after three singles. Chandler Anderson tagged up after a fly ball from Moeller to right field.In all, Utah had seven hits on the night and Tom led the way going 2-4.Pierce pitched a season high 6.1 innings after coming into the game with two outs down in the second inning giving up five runs.The series schedule was adjusted because of inclement weather on Sunday to where Utah and Oregon State will play a double header on Saturday beginning at noon. The second game will be approximately 45 minutes after the first game finishes. Written by Robert Lovelllast_img

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