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No. 23 Yellow Jackets Blanked by Pitt 5-0

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Georgia Tech (15-12, 5-6 ACC) lost their second game of the series after getting shut out 5-0 by the Pitt Panthers (14-11, 6-5 ACC).

Senior Mott Hyde collected three of the team's four hits in Saturday's game against the Pitt Panthers
Senior Mott Hyde collected three of the team's four hits in Saturday's game against the Pitt Panthers
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With the impending rain, Saturday's Georgia Tech/Pitt game was moved to 9:30 AM Saturday morning. Going to the mound for the Yellow Jackets was senior captain and LHP Devin Stanton. Taking the mound for the Panthers was redshirt junior RHP Joseph Harvey.

The game stayed at a 0-0 tie for the first four innings, until Pitt got on the board in the bottom of the fifth inning. With two runners in scoring position, junior LF Boo Vasquez came up to the plate. On the 0-2 pitch, Vasquez hit a grounder to second that was enough for the runner on third, senior CF Stephen Vranka, to score. In the next at-bat, senior RF Casey Roche hit a 2-2 single into left-center to drive in redshirt sophomore SS Dylan Wolsonovich.

Pitt would add another run in the bottom of the sixth inning. With one out and runners on the corners, freshman C Manny Pazos hit a sac fly to RF in order to bring junior 3B Jordan Frabasilio.

Pitt would score their final runs in the bottom of the eighth inning. With the bases loaded and one out, junior 2B Matt Johnson came up to bat and was hit by a pitch. This brought senior RF Casey Roche home. The next batter up was freshman C Manny Pazos. On a 2-2 pitch, he singled into LF to bring home freshman Nick Yarnall, who came on to pinch hit for the redshirt senior DH Steven Shelinsky, Jr.

Starting the game for the Yellow Jackets was senior captain and LHP Devin Stanton. In his 4.1 innings of work, Stanton allowed two runs on five hits, with four strikeouts and two walks. He also threw a total of 94 pitches, which was four less than Pitt's starter who pitched for 8.0 innings. Coming on in Stanton's relief was freshman RHP Matthew Gorst. In his 1.0 inning of work, Gorst allowed one run on two hits, with a strikeout and a walk. Freshman RHP Zac Ryan would come on to pitch next. In his 2.0 innings of work, Ryan allowed two runs on one hit, with one strikeout and two walks. Pitching the final 0.2 innings for the Yellow Jackets was sophomore RHP Joe Wiseman. He allowed zero runs on one hit, with no strikeouts or walks.

Starting the game for the Panthers was redshirt junior RHP Joseph Harvey. Harvey pitched an absolute gem for the Panthers. In his 8.0 innings of work, Harvey allowed zero runs on only three hits, with three strikeouts and two walks. Pitching the last inning for the Panthers was redshirt senior RHP Jon Danielczyk. In his 1.0 inning of work, he allowed no runs on a hit, with a strikeout.

Sunday's game will be at 12:00 PM barring any inclement weather and will be available on 91.1 FM WREK.