Bruins Pitchers Freeze Gators at College World Series
Trevor Bauer pitched seven strong innings and set the UCLA season strikeouts record, and the Bruins cranked up their offense and capitalized on Florida's struggles to beat the Gators 11-3 in the College World Series on Saturday night. The Bruins (49-14) won for the first time at the CWS and will play TCU in a Bracket 1 winners' game on Monday night.
Florida (47-16), the #3 national seed, meets Florida State in a Monday afternoon elimination game. The sixth-seeded Bruins scored in eight innings and finished with 18 hits. Niko Gallego went 4 for 5 and Beau Amaral was 3 for 4. Bauer (11-3) set the UCLA strikeout record in his last inning when he got Jonathan Pigot looking. Bauer struck out Preston Tucker to end the inning, giving him 11 for the game and 152 for the season.
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