Baseball: Ohio Condition takes second-straight Big Ten series

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Ohio Condition junior outfielder Dominic Canzone (33) celebrates with senior infielder Kobie Foppe (2) following a homer throughout the game ag

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Ohio Condition junior outfielder Dominic Canzone (33) celebrates with senior infielder Kobie Foppe (2) following a homer throughout the game against Michigan on April 12. Ohio Condition won 10-5. Credit: Casey Cascaldo Photo Editor Software Kit

The Ohio Condition baseball team ?(23-18, 6-6 Big Ten) gone to live in .500 within the Big Ten after taking a couple of three against Maryland (19-21, 6-6 Big Ten).

Game 1

The Maryland bats exploded to accept first game on Saturday.

Ohio Condition was outscored 14-8 within the first bet on the doubleheader. Maryland recorded 20 hits and also got after Ohio Condition newcomer pitcher Garrett Burhenn.

Burhenn was presented with his second loss of year after his worst outing of the season, going a season-low five innings and allowing nine operates on 14 hits.

Maryland sophomore center fielder Randy Bednar would tally four hits and three RBI within the win.

Ohio Condition newcomer shortstop Zach Dezenzo could launch two home runs, his seventh and eighth of year, for 3 RBI, regardless of the loss.

Game 2

Heroics switched the tide for that Buckeyes within the second bet on the doubleheader Saturday. ?

Ohio Condition rallied to defeat Maryland 11-10 in 11 innings because of stellar play from junior pitcher Andrew Magno and redshirt sophomore designated hitter Brent Todys.

Following the beginning pitching faltered for that second-straight game, Magno could catch fire for that Buckeyes. The closer finished the final four innings for that Buckeyes, striking out a job-high 11 batters, probably the most by an Ohio Condition relief pitcher since 2003.

Todys could lift two home runs hanging around, such as the game champion in the top eleventh. Todys would finish with four hits and 4 RBI at the time.

The Buckeyes could overcome a 7-2 deficit to win the sport. The sport was extended to extra innings following a two-out RBI by Todys within the ninth inning tied the sport.

Game 3

Sophomore pitcher Griffan Cruz shined to hold Buckeyes towards the series win.

Cruz created an entire-game jewel to consider another-straight game against Maryland. Ohio Condition outdueled Maryland 5-1 on Sunday.

Cruz could strike out a job-high 10 batters and permit only four hits in the 4th win of year. It was Smith’s first win since March 3 against Bethune Cookman.

Cruz received the aid of the offensive performance of fifth-year senior center fielder Ridge Winand, who could tally four RBI on two home runs.

Junior right fielder Dominic Canzone could extend his on-base streak to 37 games, tying then-sophomore outfielder Troy Montgomery’s streak set during the 2015 and 2016 seasons.

Ohio Condition will go back home to start a 3-game series against Iowa at 6:35 p.m. Friday.

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