Found April 21, 2012 on The Bull Gator:
It’s not often that a throwing error ends a game. It’s even rarer that it does so in the 16th inning. That’s just what happened on Friday night as the No. 1/5 Florida Gators defeated their SEC rivals – the Georgia Bulldogs – 3-2 in 16 innings. The game came to an end in the bottom of the 16th when Florida junior first baseball Vickash Ramjit scored thanks to a wild throw by Georgia sophomore catcher Brandon Stephens. Prior to Ramjit’s game-winning run, the teams had combined for seven-straight innings without crossing the plate. The teams combined for 27 hits on the night, but the more impressive statistics was their combined 113 at-bats. Amazingly, the Gators kept their lineup relatively stable throughout. The only players subbed for throughout the victory were the designated hitter – junior Brian Johnson – and, of course, the pitchers. Speaking of those pitchers, Florida only used four and those four all pitched well, only allowing two runs over the 16 innings. The win went to sen...
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