Casey Kelly’s inning
|03.03.10 at 1:10 pm ET|
FORT MYERS, Fla. — Casey Kelly just sailed through an inning of work in the top of the first inning against Northeastern. He retired the Huskies in order. After falling behind leadoff man Tucker Roeder, 2-0, he then came back with three straight strikes to punch him out swinging. He then got Tony DiCesare on a first-pitch groundout to second, then finished the inning by punching out Northeastern’s Frank Compagnone on four pitches, the last one a swing-and-miss fastball.
Kelly’s line was a perfect inning with two strikeouts, in which he threw 10 pitches (seven strikes).
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