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Kentucky Evens Series with Florida Baseball

Gators vs. Kentucky Credit: Michael Cadigan The University of Kentucky baseball team evened its series with Florida with an 11-5 win Thurday in Gainesville on Saturday. Kentucky is now 15-3 and 1-1 in the SEC while Florida falls to 9-11 and to 1-1 in league play. Gator righty Jonathon Crawford started on the mound and …

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Florida Baseball Hosts No. 5 FSU Tonight

The Florida baseball team (8-9) will collide with in-state rival Florida State (15-0) tonight at McKethan Stadium. It will be the first of three regular season games between the Gators and Seminoles. The Seminoles will be the sixth team from the state the Gators have played so far this season. …

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Florida Baseball Drops Series Against Indiana

The Indiana Hoosiers baseball team downed Florida 7-4 Sunday to take the rubber game of a three game series. Indiana is now 8-3 while Florida drops to 8-9 on the year. The Hoosiers sprung forward on Daylight Savings Time, taking the early lead on catcher Kyle Schwarber’s first inning homer off of …

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Jimmie Johnson Wins Daytona 500

Jimmie Johnson won the 55th running of the Daytona 500 on Sunday. The five- time NASCAR champion became the 10th driver to have multiple wins in “The Great American Race.” Johnson first won the Daytona 500 in 2006. The race was the coming out party for NASCAR’s new Gen-6 car. …

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Florida Baseball Falls Again to Florida Gulf Coast

The Florida baseball team fell to Florida Gulf Coast 8-3 Saturday night at McKethan Stadium. The Eagles (4-1) clinched the series win after plating eight runs for the second straight night against the Gators (3-4). Florida started off the scoring with sophomore outifielder Justin Shafer’s RBI double to center driving in …

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Florida Baseball Wins Third Straight

The Florida Gators (3-1) took down the UCF Knights (2-2) 5-3 Tuesday night in front of a record crowd of over 3,600 in Orlando. Florida head coach Kevin O’Sullivan gave the starting pitching nod to junior right-hander Keenan Kish, who pitched two innings allowing two hits and a walk to …

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