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Kentucky opened the Men’s College World Series with a 5-4 walk-off win over NC State, but were held to just one run in a 5-1 loss to Texas A&M Monday night. This set up a Tuesday Elimination Game against Florida, which has been moved to Wednesday morning at 10:00 a.m. CT/11:00 a.m. ET due to weather.

Florida came up just short to A&M with a 3-2 loss on Saturday, but bounced back with a 5-4 win over NC State on Monday to keep its season alive.

On Episode 10 of the Bat Cat Beat, KSR’s Baseball Beat Writer Daniel Hager and KSR videographer Steven Peake discussed the loss to Texas A&M and were joined by GatorOnline‘s Nick de la Torre for a more in depth look at the Gators.

On Kentucky’s off-day, the KSR crew checked out Fan-Fest and all that it offered around the Charles Schwab Field area.

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KSR the show may not be headed to Omaha this weekend, but the website will be well-represented. KSR baseball beat writer Daniel Hager and videographer Steven Peake hit the road on Friday to capture all the action and excitement for Kentucky’s first College World Series appearance. They’ll be sharing all of their adventures on the site, social media, and special editions of “Bat Cat Beat” and Rapid Reactions on the KSR YouTube Channel, so make sure you’re following and subscribed to keep up with the Cats.

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2024-07-19