Mudge and Bruins deliver with two outs against Tigers
PRINCETON — Ronnie Mudge knew he had a no-hitter going. And he didn’t mind talking about because his St. Bede teammates took all the pressure off him.
The Bruins broke the game open early with seven runs in the first inning and scored three more in the second to go up 10-0. All Mudge had to do was pitch, and he did it well, pitching the Bruins to a 13-0 shutout.
“I just go out there and throw. (If) they hit the ball, they hit the ball,” he said. With such a big lead before he took the mound, Mudge added he just wanted “to keep this lead going. Just throw strikes and let the defense (play).”
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