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College World Series 2012: Florida State Will Have No Problem with Arizona

Published by on June 13, 2012

In a matchup between two No. 1 seeds, the Florida State Seminoles will have no problem at all getting past the Arizona Wildcats in the College World Series.

The Seminoles are coming off the most dominant performance in the entire tournament, in which they dominated the Stanford Cardinal, winning the first two tilts of a best-of-three series by a combined score of 35-8.

They showcased their superiority on both sides of the diamond in their pummeling of the Wildcats.

In Game 1, they lit up the No. 8 overall pick of the 2012 MLB draft, Mark Appel, scoring seven runs in the fourth inning against one of the best pitchers in college baseball. 

Second baseman Devon Travis went 3-for-5 with two homers and six RBI. No. 3 hitter James Ramsey followed Travis' lead and belted out three hits to raise his average to .394 on the year.

Things went pretty well on the bump for the Seminoles, too. Brandon Leibrandt pitched six innings of one-run ball, and was followed up by three relievers who allowed just one hit over the last three innings.

In Game 2, Florida State got some power fr...

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