UCLA's Kramer falls into dugout catching foul pop-up
In a 1-0 pitchers' duel with two of the conference's best hurlers, every out of Friday night's UCLA-Oregon game in Eugene was critical. One of the key plays in the tense, low-scoring affair came in the bottom of the sixth inning.
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With runners on first and third base, the Ducks' Mitchell Tolman hit a high pop-up toward the third base dugout. The Bruins' third sacker, Kevin Kramer, ranged over to the railing, extending out as far as he could for the catch. Lost in the play was the sophomore's concern for his own safety as he went tumbling into his teammates. Kramer would hold on for the catch for No. 11 UCLA and extinguish Oregon's scoring chance. Adam Plutko and David Berg combined to shutout the No. 7 Ducks on just four hits in the opener of the three-game weekend series.
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