In fifteen months, Florida baseball went from reaching the top of the country to falling out of their home regional in straight games. The statistics tell the story of what changed in the 15 months between 16 straight wins and a 19-1 loss.
Ryan Haley is a second-year journalism major with a sports & media specialization from Jacksonville, Florida. He grew up playing a bunch of different sports before settling on golf, following Rory McIlroy and all Philadelphia sports teams. He also loves all things fiction, reading, watching shows and movies and talking about whatever current story or character is in his head.
When the thunder rolled in on Florida Ballpark Saturday, the Florida baseball team had two hours to ponder the imminent loss — and the end of their season.
19 runs. 21 hits. A ten-run sixth inning. Three home runs in the seventh. An hour and 50 minute rain delay. All of it added up to a season-ending 19-1 loss for Florida baseball.
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