Posted June 01, 2013 on louisville.scout.com
PLAYERS: Jim Patterson
It’s day two of the NCAA Baseball Tournament and the University of Louisville has a tall task at 5 o’clock in Jim Patterson Stadium. The Cardinals will host second seed Miami (Fla.) in a winners’ bracket game of the double elimination regional.
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