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No. 17 Miami falls 12-3 to Duke despite McKendry’s return
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No. 17 Miami falls 12-3 to Duke despite McKendry’s return

Hurricanes ace Evan McKendry made his first appearance Friday since April 19, when he left after just one inning against then-No. 8 Louisville due to elbow tightness. The junior right-hander cruised through his first three innings but ran into trouble in the fourth. After a quiet offensive showing the night prior, the Duke Blue Devils pounded…

No. 21 Miami rallies to defeat Bethune-Cookman, 12-7
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No. 21 Miami rallies to defeat Bethune-Cookman, 12-7

It was not pretty, but the Hurricanes got the job done. Miami committed four errors against Bethune-Cookman, but the Hurricanes’ offense bailed out Gino DiMare’s squad from being upset Saturday evening. No. 21 Miami scored five runs in the eighth inning to defeat the Wildcats 12-7 in front of 2,266 fans at Mark Light Field….

No. 24 Miami sweeps Virginia Tech with 2-0 victory
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No. 24 Miami sweeps Virginia Tech with 2-0 victory

Virginia Tech right-hander Nic Enright retired the first 10 Hurricanes he faced Sunday afternoon. After walking shortstop Anthony Vilar, fellow freshman Adrian Del Castillo made the Hokies’ hurler pay. Del Castillo smacked a two-run home run over the right-field field to lead No. 24 Miami to a 2-0 win over Virginia Tech at Alex Rodriguez…

Offense powers No. 24 Miami to 18-10 victory over Panthers
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Offense powers No. 24 Miami to 18-10 victory over Panthers

The “Mark Light Mob” barked at Florida International University pitcher Will Saxton for one more walk and the southpaw delivered. With the bases loaded and one out, Saxton issued a free pass to Hurricanes outfielder Tony Jenkins, opening the floodgates in the fourth inning. No. 24 Miami used a seven-run frame to roar past crosstown…

Student manager Jake Yardeni is just ‘one of the guys’
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Student manager Jake Yardeni is just ‘one of the guys’

“My whole life has been encompassed in baseball. I don’t really ever leave baseball,” Yardeni said, laughing. “I eat, sleep and breathe baseball. I want to work in baseball after college because that’s the sport I can see myself working 12 to 15 hours a day. I enjoy coming out to the field every day and taking in the smells and sights of baseball.”

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