Frisco Classic: Day 2 BreakdownAnalysis
FRISCO, Texas – In a complete departure from day one’s action, there was an eruption of offensive on Saturday, as the four teams combined to score 39 runs, compared to just four on Friday. And the big story of the day was once again a remarkably resilient, resourceful, and opportunistic Arizona Wildcats team. They won a thriller against Oklahoma State, rebounding a from an onslaught of a comeback by the Cowboys and launching a comeback of their own before securing a walk-off victory. Game two of the Frisco Classic was all about the Arkansas lineup, which broke out for a 15 run explosion in their rout of Nebraska.
Oklahoma State Erupts, Arizona Rebounds
It looked like it was going to be a walk in the part over the first six innings of game one at the Frisco Classic, as Arizona took a 6-0 lead into the six inning, before Oklahoma State exploded for three runs in the sixth and four runs in the seventh to take the lead. They’d build their lead from there to 9-6. Most of this offense came courtesy of a barrage of four home runs from the Cowboys, a barrage that began with a towering blast to left field from Jon Littell. Garrett McCain, Andrew Rosa, and Ryan Sluder also homered.
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