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College World Series 2013: Pitching Duels That Would Produce Low-Scoring Games

Published by on June 18, 2013

Strong pitching is an attribute for nearly every team remaining at the College World Series, and there are a few potential matchups where offenses would be completely shut down.

In six games at Omaha thus far, one or two runs have decided four games. In two of those matchups, the winner only scored a pair of runs. While some teams have gotten hot at the plate at times, the College World Series hasn’t seen many high-scoring games—albeit it’s still very early in the tournament.

So, which potential games would have the best chance at ending with a 1-0 or 2-1 final score? Let’s take a look at two possible matchups—which could certainly happen in the coming days—where the pitchers would likely throw brilliant games while allowing very few runs, if any.

 

UCLA (Adam Plutko) vs. LSU (Aaron Nola)

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