The Florida State Seminoles twice rallied from behind, eventually beating the Virginia Tech Hokies, 9-8, in 10 innings. FSU will face VT in tomorrow’s doubleheader (Sunday’s game was moved up due to expected inclement weather). First pitch for Game 1 is scheduled for noon. With Friday night’s exhilarating win, Mike Martin is now just one shy of 2,000 career victories.
- The Seminoles showed their resilience tonight with veteran players paving the way. In the bottom of the 8th, Junior Drew Mendoza doubled deep to center field driving in Nico Baldor and Nander De Sedas to tie the game, 6-6:
And with FSU trailing by two runs and down to its final out in the bottom of the 10th, classmate J.