OSU baseball notebook: Sloppiness costs Cowboys

The game might have been different without fundamental mistakes. Coach Josh Holliday said the Cowboys “have to be more in control.”
By Cody Stavenhagen Published: June 7, 2014

Oklahoma State starter Jon Perrin threw two wild pitches. He also booted a bunt. Catcher Bryan Case threw a ball into center field on a delayed steal. That’s the kind of night it was for OSU in an 8-4 loss to UC Irvine in Game 1 of the Super Regional.

The game might have been different without fundamental mistakes. Two runs scored on Perrin’s wild pitches. Another scored on the errant throw. And on a night when the Cowboys’ bats weren’t working for most of seven innings, that was more than enough to decide it.

“Some moments got away from us,” OSU coach Josh Holliday said. “We didn’t handle it well. We have to be more in control.”

DIVING GRAB KILLS EARLY RALLY

The Comeback Cowboys couldn’t come from behind this time, and UC Irvine left fielder Adam Alcantara had a lot to do with it.

Trailing 5-1 in the sixth inning, Donnie Walton and Tanner Krietemeier reached base for OSU. With two outs, Aaron Cornell hit a deep line drive to left field that might have scored two runs.


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