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Arizona Baseball: Heyer & Chaffee Combined For 11 K’s In 10-0 Shutout Win

Published by on February 19, 2011

It was good to be back in the ballpark.

The Arizona Wildcats introduced their new and improved but oh-so-familiar lineup to the Arizona fans. Due to the new metal bats, power might be a "once in a blue moon" thing, but they're loading on contact and speed to get the job done.

First baseman Cole Frenzel showed some added athleticism in the field and on the basepaths.

"He lost a little weight, he's getting himself into good playing shape, he's a little more athletic than people give him credit for." Arizona head coach Andy Lopez said after the game.

Cole stole two bases; now everyone can do it.

"Everyone in the lineup," said injured star outfielder Steve Selsky after the game. "Jett might steal every once and a while, but he's the last one to seal. Everyone else in the lineup can steal, even (Alex) Mejia."

The real star of the show is Arizona's ace sophomore Kurt Heyer. Heyer started the game with four perfect innings and left the game after the seventh inning with eight strikeouts and no earned runs. Reliever Matt Chaffee followed Kurt's masterful performance ...

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