Craziness as Tigers fall in regionals
OREGON — The Princeton Tigers baseball season came to an end mainly due to one very freakish half inning. A key error, a crazy bounce and unexpected thunder helped the Oregon Hawks break what was shaping up to be a classic pitchers’ duel and blow the game open on the way to a 6-1 regional victory.
With the game tied 1-1 in the top of the fourth, Princeton senior Matt Hayes was matching Hawks’ ace and four-year varsity pitcher Alex Cain pitch for pitch.
After a misplayed seeing eye single to lead off the inning, it looked like Hayes would escape unscathed as he coaxed Skylar Short to hit into a double play.
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