Baseball: Ohio Condition drops series to Iowa


The Ohio Condition baseball team huddles up before the oncoming of their game against Hawaii on March 23. Ohio Condition won 7-5. Credit: Casey

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The Ohio Condition baseball team huddles up before the oncoming of their game against Hawaii on March 23. Ohio Condition won 7-5. Credit: Casey Cascaldo Photo Editor Software Kit

Ohio Condition (24-20, 7-8 Big Ten) couldn’t continue its offensive momentum in the series loss to Iowa (26-16, 11-7 Big Ten).

Game 1

The lengthy ball condemned the Buckeyes on Friday night.

The potent offense for Ohio Condition was not able to complement the bizarre home-run hitting of Iowa, using the Hawkeyes defeating the Buckeyes 4-2.

The Hawkeyes could launch two home runs go ahead and take first bet on the series. Junior outfielder Zeb Adreon and newcomer infielder Brendan Sher were each in a position to record their first home runs of year.

Despite going eight innings, Ohio Condition newcomer pitcher Garrett Burhenn received losing to maneuver to five-3 around the year. Burhenn permitted two runs and five hits hanging around, while striking out seven.

Redshirt sophomore designated hitter Brent Todys could record two hits as well as an RBI for that Buckeyes.

Game 2

Pricey seventh and ninth innings made the decision Saturday’s game and also the series.

Iowa scored eight runs scored within the final three innings, lifting the Hawkeyes towards the road-series make an impression on the Buckeyes. Ohio Condition dropped the 2nd game to Iowa 11-4.

Using the game tied at three entering the seventh inning, Ohio State’s bullpen faltered. Newcomer pitcher Bayden Root was unable to find his groove, allowing four runs in just 1.1 innings of labor.

Adreon could stand out once more inside a pinch-hitting role for that Hawkeyes. The junior could deliver three RBI for Iowa.

The potent-offensive duo of Ohio Condition junior right fielder Dominic Canzone and senior left fielder Brady Cherry could deliver a set of home runs, however the usual explosive offense wasn’t able to maintain Iowa.

Game 3

The Buckeyes could steer clear of the sweep as a result of stellar outing from sophomore pitcher Griffan Cruz.

Coming from his complete game against Maryland, Cruz could generate a one-run performance in six innings of labor Sunday, helping Ohio Condition to some 5-1 win against Iowa.

Cruz would strike out six batters and permit only three hits in the fifth win around the season.

A large game from Todys permitted the Buckeyes to create enough offense to prevent the small skid. Todys would finish with three hits and three RBI.

Canzone could push his on-base streak to 40 games having a single. The co-captain can also be riding a job-high 17 game hitting streak.

The Buckeyes will go back to the gemstone once they visit Oxford, Ohio to defend myself against Miami at 5 p.m. Wednesday.