Found June 14, 2013 on Oregon Sports News:
After the Oregon State baseball team closed out the Super Regional by defeating Kansas State in three games, obvious exhilaration followed for Beaver nation. Facing two elimination games in the series, tense feelings were felt by one and all Oregon State fans. Understandably so, however, while the final game had everyone’s nerves on edge, a certain feeling can be taken from all of the postseason so far. We have yet to see the Beavers at peak level. Sure, in Game 2, the OSU offense rolled in 21 hits. But after scraping by the final season series against Washington State and muddling through the regional round, the odds rallied for the Beaver bats. That being said, it feels like the best is yet to come. The starting rotation has done their part and the Beavers have not come close to going hitless. Unfortunately, other than the second game rout of the Wildcats, stringing together multiple games of timely hitting have been hard to come by. Now in the College World Series, thin...
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