Utes Score 4 Runs In First Inning Against BYU
SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – The Utah baseball team is attempting to snap their nine game losing streak against No. 24 BYU at Smith’s Ballpark.
The Utes had a great start by putting up four runs in the opening inning.
The run started when Zack Moeller doubled to right center, sending Oliver Dunn home.
On the fifth straight batter reaching first base, with four hits and one walk, Shea Kramer singled to right field. That would send Erick Migueles and Moeller home for a two RBI single, giving Utah a 3-0 lead.
B1 | Kramer gets a couple of RBI to start the night as he brings Moeller and Migueles home!
Utes lead 3-0! pic.twitter.com/U9plLdsGzG
— Utah Baseball (@utahbaseball) April 3, 2019
When I. Deveaux hit a pop fly, the next batter Chandler Anderson singled, Rykker Tom scored before Kramer advanced to home plate but was out at the dish.
Utah finished the opening inning with four runs on five hits.