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And then he allows a first-pitch double to Justin Parr. Crept over third base. DeMuth didn't offer at it much. Runner on second, one out, 3-2 IU lead.
Zach Osterman // IU Athletics beat reporter // Follow me on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ZachOsterman
Good read by Cureton on a liner to center. Takes a great line on it, squeezes it for out No. 2. Parr still on second. And I thin we're about to see closer Ryan Halstead ... we are. Going for the four-out save.
1-2 Halstead pitch blooped to third, inning over. Hoosiers retain the one-run advantage headed to the bottom of the eighth. 3-2.
It'll be Chad Clark and then the top of the order for Kevin Johnson, who's looking to at least go eight tonight.
Called a Kyle Schwarber, and he flew out to center field. I was almost the smartest man in the press box. Alas. IU 3 outs from the W.
Lindauer thinks he's got Halstead figured out, but he's down 0-2 to lead off the ninth. A couple of confident cuts though ...
Flies out to left center. One away.
6-3 for the second out. Hoosiers one away ...
And Dustin DeMuth squeezes a foul ball for the third out. Indiana wins its 17th in a row, up to 24-3, 7-0 in the Big Ten. DeNato gets the W.
Halstead grabs the four-out save.
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