Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Maryland Baseball Versus Delaware, March 11th

Maryland players Jared Price (9) and Jose Cuas (12) stretch during pre-game workouts. Cuas fouled out during his lone at bat, while Price was not activated during the game. 
All three bases used for the Maryland-Delaware baseball game on March 11, 2014 at Bob "Turtle" Stadium. The grounds crew clean all the bases before the start of every game.
Batting helmet for Delaware catcher Brian Mayer is seen lying around on a track. The pink ribbon represents breast cancer awareness while "16" is Mayer's official number.
The Delaware Blue Hens baseball team in a huddle before the game. The players held a brief team meeting before ending on a unifying break.
Delaware players during their pre-game routine. Here, players are getting ready for sprints.
With Maryland leading 3-0 in the top of the 3rd inning, Delaware Infielder Jake Clark pops out to right field to end the inning. Clark's fly out left one man on base for the Blue Hens.
Brian Mayer (16) strikes out looking in the top of the 6th inning. Maryland pitcher Taylor Stiles (not pictured) was responsible for the strikeout and was also the game's winning pitcher
Delaware infielder E.J. Stoltzfus (9) celebrates with teammates after scoring Delaware's first and only run of the game during the top of the 5th inning. In the on deck circle for the Blue Hens was Tyler Powell (25)
Members from both teams lineup to shake hands after the game. Maryland will play Delaware again on Tuesday, March 18th in Newark.
Maryland defeated Delaware 10-1 and after the game, the team met at center field for a post-game wrap up. Maryland finished with double digit hits (12) for the fifth time this season.

After the game, Maryland head coach John Szefc answered questions from the media. The Terrapin's 10-1 victory marked Szefc's 40th victory at Maryland.