OMAHA–If you’re watching the national title game on ESPN right now, you don’t need me to tell you that Steve Detwiler is putting on a simply unbelievable performance. After entering the finals on a 4-for-39 skid while playing through a completely torn ligament in his hand, Detwiler has now broken the records for most homers (three) and RBIs (nine) in a championship series. He’s got six RBIs already today, having launched a two-run homer to right in the second, an RBI double to left-center in the fourth and a three-run hoemr to left in the sixth.
It’s 6-0 Fresno State in the seventh, and Justin Wilson is in complete and utter control for Fresno, which still has no action in its bullpen. Wilson has thrown 100 pitches through six innings, and he’s thrown a remarkable 69 strikes. He has eight strikeouts and no walks and has set down the last eight batters he’s faced.
It ain’t over ’til it’s over, but it ain’t looking good for Georgia, whose body language and poor-quality at-bats are not encouraging.
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