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Virginia beats Mississippi 4-1 in College World Series

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Virginia’s Derek Fisher, right, is forced out at second base as Mississippi second baseman Preston Overbey throws to first base for a double play in an NCAA College World Series game on Saturday in Omaha, Neb.

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OMAHA, Neb. — You won’t hear any complaints from Virginia about TD Ameritrade Park. It seems this place was built for the Cavaliers, and they’re happy to get to hang around a few more days.
Josh Sborz and two relievers turned in another dominating pitching performance Saturday, limiting Mississippi to six singles in a 4-1 victory that put Virginia in the College World Series finals.
The Cavaliers have allowed two earned runs in 33 innings in winning their three CWS games for an 0.55 ERA. The CWS record for lowest ERA in a series, in a minimum four ...

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