Live Blog: College World Series Game 2 between UVA and Vanderbilt

college world seriesAugusta Free Press editor Chris Graham will lead a live blog during Game 2 of the 2014 College World Series between UVA (52-15) and Vanderbilt (50-20).

First pitch is at 8 p.m. Eastern.

ESPN will air all three games of the CWS Finals, while the broadcasts also will be streamed online via the WatchESPN app. wina 1070-AM and WINA.com will carry the live radio broadcast, as will several stations along the VirginiaSports Radio Network. Check your local listings for availability.

SiriusXM Channel 91 will air the national Westwood One broadcast on satellite radio.

Live statistics (GameTracker) also will be located on VirginiaSports.com. The live stats also can be accessed through the Virginia Sports app, which is available through iTunes.

 

Game 1

Vanderbilt scored nine runs in a third-inning nightmare for UVA ace Nathan Kirby, and held off a game-long Virginia rally to post a 9-8 win in Game 1 of the College World Series.

 

Players to watch: Virginia

  • Mike Papi: .307BA/.448OBP/.492SLG, 11HR, 56RBI
  • Branden Cogswell: .304BA/.405OBP/.356SLG, 0HR, 22RBI
  • Joe McCarthy: .296BA/.409OBP/.448SLG, 6HR, 49RBI
  • Brandon Waddell: 9-3, 2.57ERA, 68K/16BB/93H in 105IP, .242oppBA
  • Artie Lewicki: 8-1, 1.44ERA, 52K/11BB/33H in 62.2IP, .152oppBA
  • Nick Howard: 2-1, 1.77ERA, 20 saves, 58K/13BB/22H in 35.2IP, .179oppBA

Players to watch: Vandy

  • Bryan Reynolds: .338BA/.392OBP/.484SLG, 4HR, 54RBI, 13-19SB
  • Dansby Swanson: .337BA/.416OBP/.484SLG, 3HR, 34RBI, 20-25SB
  • Vince Conde: .289BA/.404OBP/.387SLG, 4HR, 49RBI, 15-17SB
  • Tyler Beede: 8-7, 3.80 ERA, 112K/50BB/82H in 106.2IP, .201oppBA
  • Hayden Stone: 3-0, 1.76ERA, 76K/13BB/39H in 56.1IP, .201oppBA

 

 



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