The Dawgs are lighting up the scoreboard in the desert. After starting the series with Arizona off quickly Friday, Georgia's baseball team scored eight runs in the first four innings and cruised to a 12-5 win, their 7th in as many games. In fact the only thing to rival the Dawgs' hot bats Saturday night may have been the left arm of Alex McRee. The junior pitched five scoreless innings and improved to 2-0 on the season.
Joey Lewis tied a career high with five hits and four runs in six at bats, including a homer. And Matt Cerione played in his first game of the season. The junior had four RBIs on four hits - two singles, a double and a triple - in helping the Dawgs to a 12-0 lead. 'Zona scored its only runs of the game in the final two innings after having no answer for the Georgia pitching or bats.
The Dawgs have outscored the Wildcats 23-10 and go for the sweep this afternoon.
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