GRANVILLE, W.Va. – One of these days, West Virginia’s bats will come to life before the sixth inning and make coach Randy Mazey a decidedly less nervous man.
“It’s nice to know the sixth-through-ninth innings are where we get most of our runs,” Mazey said. “But it certainly doesn’t help my stress level sitting there waiting and waiting. There’s been several games where we get into the sixth with a hit or two. You wonder why it takes so long. But good hitters need to see pitches.”
Stressed or not, he’ll happily take what he’s getting out of the Mountaineers at the moment.