No. 7 Florida baseball drops series to No. 6 FSU

By Adam Silverstein
April 14, 2010

No. 7 Florida Gators baseball headed to Tallahassee, FL, looking to even up its season series against the No. 6 Florida State Seminoles on Tuesday.

Unfortunately for the Gators (23-9), even an exploding power generator could not prevent them from dropping their third game this season to the Seminoles (26-7) as they lost 3-2 at Dick Howser Stadium. FSU freshman right-handed starter Scott Sitz (3-0) tossed a career-high six innings to defeat sophomore Greg Larson (1-1), who gave up three earned runs in only two innings of work.

Senior shortstop Stephen Cardullo (2-4) led the Seminoles with two doubles and two RBI as the Gators’ relievers held FSU scoreless after the second inning.

Junior second baseman Josh Adams (0-4) and freshman catcher Mike Zunino (1-4) each recorded an RBI for Florida, and sophomore outfielder Tyler Thompson (two walks) was one of only two Gators to reach base twice.

Florida State is now 119-96-1 all-time against Florida, which returns to SEC action on the road Friday against the Kentucky Wildcats for a three-game series.

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