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Baseball earns ‘fun’ 3-2 win against Tribe

For 23rd-ranked Virginia baseball, bad news of player injuries has dominated the season, but good news finally prevailed Wednesday afternoon with the inclusion of junior outfielder Joe McCarthy and freshman second baseman Jack Gerstenmaier in coach Brian O’Connor’s lineup.


Baseball swept by Louisville

Sixth-ranked Louisville came to Davenport Field and handed 15th-ranked Virginia a definitive three-game series sweep Monday night. The Cardinals (25-7, 14-1 ACC) put forward a well-rounded effort, and simply played better than the Cavaliers (19-12, 6-9 ACC).


Virginia shutout in loss to Georgetown

Virginia (14-8, 3-6 ACC) did indeed get the pitching performance it needed, but the offense could get nothing going as the Hoyas (9-10) won 1-0. It marks the second time the Cavaliers have been shutout this season. Prior to Tuesday, Virginia had not been shutout at home since Feb. 28, 2012 against Liberty.


Baseball prepares for two midweek contests

Seven, twelve, fifteen. The increasing amount of walks, respectively, issued by Virginia’s pitching staff in last weekend’s home series loss to Florida State acts as a euphemism for the Cavaliers’ recent and steep decline in play in the past few weeks