Baseball Set for Series With No. 24 Va Tech
Miami vs. #24 Virginia Tech
March 22-24, 2013
Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field | Coral Gables, Fla.
Fri: 7 p.m. | Sat: 7 p.m. | Sun: 1 p.m
Series History: Miami leads, 17-5
The Miami Hurricanes will continue its six-game homestand Friday when visiting Virginia Tech University arrives for a weekend series. First pitch for the series opener is set for 7 p.m.
Friday: SO LHP Chris Diaz (2-1, 1.41 ERA) vs. JR RHP Brad Markey (2-1, 3.06 ERA)
Saturday: JR LHP Bryan Radziewski (2-0, 0.71 ERA) vs. JR RHP Devin Burke (5-0, 2.43 ERA)
Sunday: SO LHP Andrew Suarez (2-1, 2.73 ERA) vs. SR LHP Joe Mantiply (1-0, 5.40 ERA)
WQAM 560 will be on the call from The Light for Friday night's series opener. WVUM 90.5 will carry all three games against the Hokies.
A live video stream will be available at first pitch for each of this weekend's games through HurricaneSports.com. For more information, click HERE.
Jim Morris is in his 34th season as a head coach and 20th with the Miami Hurricanes. He has a 1,502-636-4 (.702) career record, including a 867-328-3 mark at Miami, where he has guided the team to two National Championships (1999, 2001).
• After sweeping their midweek series with Columbia, Miami continues on its six-game homestand Friday when visiting No. 24 Virginia Tech arrives for a weekend series. First pitch is set for 7 p.m. for the series opener.
• Miami will be featuring three southpaws in its rotation for the first time this season, as Bryan Radziewski will be starting Saturday in place of Javi Salas, who started in Wednesday’s win over Columbia.
• The Hurricanes will be looking to capture their first Atlantic Coast Conference series victory of the season against the Hokies, who took two of three from Miami in last season’s series at English Field. The Hokies are 4-2 in ACC play so far this season.
• Despite dropping last year’s head-to-head, the Hurricanes boast an impressive 18-6 all-time mark over Virginia Tech, and have won six of the last 10 match-ups.
• Virginia Tech has powered its way through the early part of its schedule, ranking top in the conference in homeruns (21) and fourth in team batting average (.305).
• Among last season’s top UM/VT series performers: Chantz Mack (five hits, four RBI’s) and Michael Broad (three runs).