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He strikes out, as does Nick Ramos. Two stranded, but more importantly, an inning done.
Zach Osterman // IU Athletics beat reporter // Follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ZachOsterman
Matt Dearden taking over for Indiana in the seventh. Hoosiers up a cool 15-0.
Evan Bell's final line: 3.0 IP, 4 H, 0 R, 0 ER, 0 BB 0 K
First batter of the inning weakly chops the ball to third. Nice scoop by Wilhite, nice pick by Knoblauch.
Easy peasy inning for Dearden in the top of the seventh. Seth Varner on for Miami.
IU put runners on second and third, but neither pushed across. Everyone is obeying the cold-weather, 15-run rule of swinging early and often.
Dearden strikes out his last batter looking (it looks like he'll be replaced after the eighth).
Ryan Powers on for Miami. He strikes out Alfonso, first batter he sees.
Walker Stadler up in the pen. Assume he'll get the ninth.
Indiana has runners on first and second. Nick Ramos' walk-up music — Sweet Home Alabama cut together with Country Grammar by Nelly — offends me. He flies out to center, and then third catcher John Robertson to right. Walker Stadler will put this one to bed, presumably, in the ninth.
And the shutout is over, as Tyler Perkowitz singles home a runner from second. Two on (1st and 2nd) and two out.
Stadler strikes out the last batter swinging. Indiana opens Kaufman Field with a 15-1 win against Miami (Ohio).
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