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Bobby Dalbec
Courtesy: Arizona Athletics
Cats, Bruins to Settle Series Sunday Afternoon
By: Arizona Athletics
Release: April 13, 2014

Sunday Showdown Televised on Pac-12 Network
#22 UCLA (19-14, 7-4) at Arizona (16-20, 5-9)
Sunday, April 13 // 4 p.m. (MST)
Tucson, Ariz. // Hi Corbett Field
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Game 1: UCLA 8, Arizona 0 (Final)
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James Kaprielian shined in on the mound for the 22nd-ranked UCLA baseball team, which rapped out 14 hits and shut out Arizona, 8-0, in the opening game of a three-game series Friday evening at Hi Corbett Field. UCLA punished the Wildcats with timely hitting throughout the contest. Despite a 5-for-20 clip batting with runners in scoring position, the Bruins collected nine of their 14 hits and scored five of their eight runs with two outs. Arizona put a runner on base in each of the first eight innings, but never mounted a serious scoring threat. The Wildcats were 1-for-16 batting with runners on base, and stranded eight on the base paths.

Game 2: Arizona 3, UCLA 2 (Final)
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Cody Hamlin tossed a complete game five-hitter, and Riley Moore collected a season-high three hits for the University of Arizona baseball team as the Wildcats held on for a 3-2 victory Saturday night at Hi Corbett Field. Arizona’s battery of Hamlin and Moore was the difference throughout. Hamlin’s gem – his second complete game of the season – included just one earned run allowed on five hits and a pair of walks. He also struck out six. Moore provided the offensive punch with a 3-for-3 night as he accounted for all three Arizona runs with two runs batted in and one scored. With Hamlin in control on the mound, Arizona received all the offense it needed in a three-run second inning to erase an early Bruins’ lead. Tyler Krause and Kenny Meimerstorf, neither of whom were in the starting lineup in Friday’s 8-0 loss, delivered back-to-back one-out singles. Then with two outs, Moore ripped a hot-shot on an 0-2 pitch that skipped over first baseman Pat Gallagher and rolled into the right field corner for a two-run double. Zach Gibbons followed with a single to left field to drive home Moore, with what proved to be the winning run.

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Probable Starters
Game 3: RHP Cody Poteet (2-2, 4.31) vs. RHP Tyger Talley (1-0, 3.99)

Television/Live Stream
Sunday's game will be televised live on the Pac-12 Network. Roxy Bernstein (play-by-play) and Eric Byrnes (color analyst) will call the action. The game is also available online for cable/satellite subscribers who get the Pac-12 Network. 

Arizona Baseball on the Radio
The Arizona IMG Sports Network will have a live radio broadcast on 1290 AM in Tucson for all three games this weekend. The Voice of the Wildcats, Brian Jeffries, will provide the live play-by-play descriptions. The broadcast can be heard online here

On Deck: Arizona Hits Road For Three Games at USC
Arizona hits the road for a three-game set at USC next Thursday-Saturday (April 17-19). Each game is slated for a 7 p.m. (PDT) start and will be televised by the Pac-12 Network live from Dedeaux Field in Los Angeles.

Arizona Baseball Tickets
Fans can take advantage of an outstanding opportunity and get tickets to all three Arizona-UCLA games for only $15 as part of the Super Wildcat Weekend

General admission single-game tickets for all home games are on sale through the McKale Ticket Office, which is is open Monday-Friday from 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Tickets can be purchased in-person or by phone (520-621-2287). Tickets also can be purchased anytime on The Hi Corbett ticket office opens 60 minutes prior to game time this weekend. For all home games, fans are encouraged to purchase tickets in advance as tickets purchased the day of the game are $2 more. Complete ticket information can be found here.

Print-at-Home Tickets
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