Posted March 03, 2012 on floridastate.scout.com
Three Florida State pitchers shut out Maine for nine innings Friday at Dick Howser Stadium in a 6-0 win. Seth Miller delivered the big blow for the Seminoles, driving in three runs with a based-loaded triple.
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