Cavs extend lead, Titans miss another chance

June, 15, 2009
Virginia scored another run in the fifth to stretch its lead to 5-3, but Cal State Fullerton's players apparently were never taught to finish what they start.

Again in position to even the score with runners on first and third, the Titans couldn't pull through in the top of the fifth inning.

Andrew Carraway, in relief of Robert Morey, began his College World Series by walking Fullerton's Christian Colon. But another mistake between bases for the Titans had Colon tagged out while leading at first.

Gary Brown struck out before Josh Fellhauer hit a hard one off the right-field wall, good for a double. A mistake behind the plate by Virginia's Franco Valdes allowed Jared Clark to advance to first base and Fellhauer to third. But Khris Davis' pop fly ended the Titans' chances and their inning.

With one out in the bottom of the inning, the Cavaliers' Tyler Cannon scored on Phil Gosselin's RBI double to the left-center wall.



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