Tag: Tyler Beede

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Streaking Squirrels win sixth straight

San Francisco Giants top pitching prospect Tyler Beede guided the Squirrels to a season-high sixth straight win on Friday night.

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Beede dominant in 2-0 Squirrels win

Tyler Beede was perfect for more than five innings against the Akron RubberDucks and carried the Squirrels to a 2-0 shutout Wednesday night.

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Richmond’s Beede blanks Baysox in near no-hitter

San Francisco Giants top pitching prospect Tyler Beede authored a near no-hitter on Thursday in a 3-0 Richmond (19-35) win.

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Beede earns win for Richmond in doubleheader sweep

The Flying Squirrels (9-16) rolled behind Tyler Beede in a 2-1 win over Bowie in the first game of a doubleheader on Tuesday at The Diamond.

Unsung hero: Brandon Waddell has UVA on the brink of national title

Nathan Kirby is the ACC co-pitcher of the year. Nick Howard is the first-round draft pick. Artie Lewicki might be the best all-around pitcher on the UVA staff. But make no mistake about it: Brandon Waddell is its heart and soul.

Waddell pitches UVA into Game 3, ‘Hoos top Vandy, 7-2

After a rough start from ace Nathan Kirby in a 9-8 Game 1 loss to Vanderbilt, UVA needed Brandon Waddell to go deep in Game 2 to keep the ‘Hoos hopes for the program’s first national title alive.

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

Augusta 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).

College World Series: Breaking down UVA-Vandy

UVA and Vanderbilt can both put runs on the board. Vandy is scoring 5.64 runs per game in 2014; UVA scores 5.47 runs per game. But it’s in run prevention that both excel.

College World Series: Pitching matchups in UVA-Vandy CWS Finals

UVA coach Brian O’Connor has his pitching set up for the 2014 College World Series Finals pretty much exactly how he would have wanted it, at least for Games 1 and 2. Vanderbilt coach Tim Corbin isn’t in that position.