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College World Series 2013: UCLA’s Pitching is Catalyst to Take Home Championship

Published by on June 24, 2013

UCLA sits two wins away from a national championship and all of the credit goes to the pitching staff.

The only thing standing in the way of the Bruins and the trophy are the Bulldogs of Mississippi State, which the staff will attempt to take down twice in three games.

The offense has been poor all season and has been even worse throughout the College World Series. Through 64 games, the offense is only hitting .248, which is not even close to one of the best in the country. In Omaha, the team’s batting average is .182.

With that being said, it’s incredible that UCLA hasn’t lost a game all postseason.

UCLA wouldn’t be in Omaha without its pitching staff and certainly wouldn’t have made it to the Championship Series without it either.

UCLA’s starting pitchers have le...

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