FULLERTON, Calif.—Since yesterday, 24 full innings have been completed here at the Fullerton Regional. In all 24, at least one run has been scored. No runs were scored in the ninth of yesterday’s late game, but that’s probably because Cal State Fullerton didn’t get to bat in the bottom of the frame, having already won the game.
Georgia Southern scored 10 in a loss yesterday against Gonzaga, and the Eagles are at it again today. They lead Utah 9-4 after seven innings, having produced 15 hits already. The ball is flying out of Goodwin Field today, especially to right-center field. Even Utah, down by five runs, has three solo homers to right.
Tonight’s winners’ bracket game between Fullerton and Gonzaga could be a very offensive affair; after all, those two teams combined to score 37 runs yesterday. I’ve gotten reports from people who saw the Titans yesterday that the offense is running on all cylinders, playing a hyper-aggressive, super-confident style just like it did during its 8-1 road trip in March. That’s bad news for the rest of the teams in this regional, and maybe for the rest of the field of 64.
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