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Shocker report: Dallas Baptist 8, WSU 2

  • Published Saturday, May 10, 2014, at 7:45 p.m.
  • Updated Sunday, May 11, 2014, at 8 a.m.

Saturday’s box score

Dallas Baptist 8, WSU 2

Dallas BaptistABRHBIBBSOAVG
Turbin 2b412100.286
Wesolowski 1b612001.302
Salters c500002.238
Listi cf501101.280
Martinelli rf401012.266
Wall lf542000.263
Talamantes dh221020.180
Duzenack ss502101.267
Knight 3b402401.218
Totals 40 8 13 7 3 8
Wichita State
Kihle cf301020.323
Bayliff rf400000.276
Gillaspie 1b300012.394
Simpson 3b400001.254
Baker c312100.248
Arens c100000.000
Parker ss411001.298
Koeiman 2b402101.263
Green lf400000.257
Harbutz dh200020.273
Totals 32 2 6 2 5 5

D. Baptist0201021208
Wichita St. 000 101 000 2

E — Knight, Kihle, Simpson, Parker 2, Green. DP — Dallas Baptist 2. LOB — Dallas Baptist 13, WSU 9. 2B — Wesolowski (11), Listi (8), Koeiman (4). HR — Turbin (3), Baker (3). S — Turbin. SF — Knight.

D. BaptistIPHRERBBSOERA
Voelker W,8-45 2/3622453.21
Smith S,13 1/3000106.27
Wichita State
Ladwig L,3-65851151.20
Ashford2110014.91
Brummett1/33220013.89
McIntyre1 2/3100223.60

WP — Brummett 2, McIntyre. HBP — Turbin (by Ladwig); Salters, Talamantes (by Ashford); Bayliff (by Smith). Umpires — home, Bill McGuire; first Greg Mudd; third, Randy Wetzel. T — 3:59. A — 3,214.

Swing the bat

The third and fifth innings highlighted WSU’s miserable offensive day. The Shockers put two runners on with no outs in both and didn’t score.

WSU coach Todd Butler elected not to bunt with No. 2 hitter Garrett Bayliff in either situation. He didn’t second-guess his decision after Bayliff flew out to center in the third and bounced into a pitcher-started double play in the fifth. Bayliff, hitting .276, is 0 for 7 in the series.

“If we bunt, they’re going to walk Gillaspie,” Butler said. “I would still do it again, because Gillaspie is our best hitter and we want him up there with runners on.”

The Shockers went 0 for 8 with runners in scoring position and 2 for 15 with runners on base.

On their way

Eight WSU seniors will suit up at Eck Stadium for the final time on Sunday.

Pitcher Cale Elam won Friday’s game. The others are shortstop Dayne Parker, infielder Erik Harbutz, outfielders Micah Green and Garrett Bayliff and pitchers Aaron LaBrie, Foster Vielock and Drew Palmer.

The seniors will be recognized at 12:40 p.m. Sunday.

Worth noting

Lightning in the area delayed the game for 45 minutes, before the fifth inning … Former Cleveland and Philadelphia manager Charlie Manuel, now assistant to the general manager for the Phillies, scouted the series, likely taking a close look at Shocker first baseman Casey Gillapsie … WSU sophomore Daniel Kihle walked twice, his first walks since April 8 against Kansas State. He had walked four times in 31 games entering Saturday … WSU leads the series 7-2 and 6-2 at Eck Stadium … Patriots third baseman Nash Knight drove in a season-high four runs with his 2-for-4 day. Knight was hitting .212 on an 0-for-17 streak entering Saturday.

Paul Suellentrop

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