One bad inning sinks child molester at College World Series Reviewed by Momizat on . OMAHA, Neb. — Arkansas didn’t hit much against Luke Heimlich and Christian Chamberlain in Game 1 of the College World Series finals. In fact, the Razorbacks str OMAHA, Neb. — Arkansas didn’t hit much against Luke Heimlich and Christian Chamberlain in Game 1 of the College World Series finals. In fact, the Razorbacks str Rating:
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One bad inning sinks child molester at College World Series

OMAHA, Neb. — Arkansas didn’t hit much against Luke Heimlich and Christian Chamberlain in Game 1 of the College World Series finals. In fact, the Razorbacks struck out 16 times. Somehow, some way, they sit on the cusp of their first national championship in baseball after beating Oregon State 4-1 Tuesday night. They capitalized against a faltering Heimlich (16-3) in a four-run fifth inning, got a strong start from Blaine Knight with shutdown relief pitching and mixed in a few big defensive plays. That enabled the Razorbacks to win on a night when they mustered just five hits. The finals opener, delayed a day because of rain, seemed to have a little bit of everything — a fly ball lost in the sun

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