From the report on the University of Virginia’s win over George Washington, it appears according to the GW web site, that former East Forsyth Eagle Kenny Swab was able to get back-to-back at bats in the bottom of the 4th inning, to help send the #1 ranked Cavaliers at (25-2), on to victory….
See what you think when you read the account from the GW site and doesn’t this make it look like Swab got a walk and a hit, in back-to-back at bats in the 4th….
This was a feature in Eddie Wooten’s blog over the News and Record today and I did find it interesting and it was interesting to find Kenny Swab, at the center of the attention……
I will have the link for you at the bottom of this account from GW, so you can go back and read the entire account for yourself…..Here is the gist of the story and see if Kenny isn’t a little too busy, in the bottom of the 4th inning….
CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA- The George Washington baseball team held No. 1 Virginia to just two runs on Tuesday evening at Davenport Field but were unable to complement the strong pitching performance at the plate, falling 2-0.
GW (7-18) pitchers Tommy Gately, Kenny O’Brien and Craig Lejeune combined to hold Virginia (25-2) to just two runs on six hits. The top-ranked Cavaliers entered the game batting .297 as a team and averaging over seven runs per contest.
Gately got the start for GW and pitched three innings, allowing just three hits and two earned runs with one strikeout. He worked his way out of a bases-loaded jam in the bottom of the third by inducing two pop outs.
Both Virginia runs were scored in the bottom of the fourth inning after Gately exited the game. Ryan Levine led off the frame with a single and Kenny Swab followed with a walk to put two on with no outs.
O’Brien relieved Gately and allowed a bunt single to Kenny Swab to load the bases.
Wasn’t Kenny already on base?????
CLICK HERE to read all at the GW site……