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first_imgStory Links Jared Poland went 2-for-4 at the plate, driving in a career-high four runs for the second time in the last three games. Tyler Fitzgerald also had a pair of hits, scoring three times with two RBIs. Video: Dan McDonnell Postgame Next Game: Western Kentucky 4/30/2019 | 6:00 PM Logan Wyatt turned in a three-hit day to lead the 17-hit offensive attack. The junior scored three runs and was one of five Cardinals with multiple hits in the game. Bobby Miller (3-0) gave up three runs in his six innings of work to tally his third victory of the season. The sophomore finished with a career-best 10 strikeouts with just five hits allowed. Adam Elliott, Glenn Albanese and Michael Kirian each tossed a scoreless frame to close out the win. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The sixth-ranked Louisville baseball team finished off its sixth sweep of the season with a 14-3 victory over Alabama A&M on Sunday at Jim Patterson Stadium. PDF Box Score Live Stats Alabama A&M (13-33) jumped on top in the second inning on Sunday, plating all three of its runs. However, it was all Louisville from there. Video: Jared Poland Postgame ACC Network Extra Preview Jake Snider doubled with one away in the third and was immediately singled home by Fitzgerald to open up the floodgates. Danny Oriente tied the game up with a two-run single two batters later and Poland pushed the Cardinals in front for good with a double into the right field corner. Video Highlights Louisville (35-9) reached double digit runs for the fourth consecutive game and ninth time in 12 games. Listen Live Watch Live Full Schedule Roster The Cardinals racked up 61 runs on the weekend, marking the most runs in program history in a three-game series. Louisville also set the program’s top mark for margin of victory in a series at 54. The same trio was at it again in the fourth with Fitzgerald, Oriente and Poland all picking up RBIs to stretch the lead out to four. Poland then made it an 8-3 game in the sixth with a sacrifice fly. The Cardinals then blew the game open with six runs in the eighth, including run-scoring hits from Trey Leonard and Cameron Masterman. Louisville wraps up a four-game homestand on Tuesday night against Western Kentucky. First pitch for Cancer Awareness Night is scheduled for 6:00 p.m., ET at Jim Patterson Stadium. Print Friendly Versionlast_img

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