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May 11, 2015

Richmond at Virginia
Date/Time Tue., May 12 | 6 p.m.
Location Charlottesville, Va. | Davenport Field
Multimedia Live Video ($) | GameTracker
Radio WINA 1070-AM
Social Media Twitter: @UVaBaseball | O’Connor Twitter | Facebook | Instagram

Probable Starting Pitcher

So. RHP Jack Roberts (1-1, 5.09 ERA)

RICHMOND SPIDERS (26-20, 14-7 A-10)
Probable Starting Pitcher
Jr. RHP Dan Martinson (0-3, 9.36 ERA)

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. – The Virginia baseball team caps its 2015 home schedule at 6 p.m. Tuesday when it plays Richmond at Davenport Field. It also marks the Cavaliers’ final non-conference game of the regular season.

Broadcast Information
A live video broadcast is available on through a Cavaliers Live subscription. Live statistics (GameTracker) also can be found on

WINA 1070-AM and will have the local radio broadcast.

Tuesday is a $2 Tuesday, with $2 ‘Hoo Dogs and $2 22-ounce Pepsi products available throughout the evening.

Odds and Ends
• UVa is No. 31 in the latest NCAA RPI (Richmond is No. 185).
• UVa is 7-4 in midweek games (5-3 at home).
• In the last nine games, UVa’s starting pitchers are 4-1 with a 2.47 ERA.
• 10 of UVa’s 14 runs in the Duke series came after two were out.
• Freshman Pavin Smith leads the Cavaliers in hits with 59.
• UVa has started 29 different lineups in 48 games.

Virginia-Richmond Series
Virginia leads the all-time series, 81-58-1, and has won 12 straight games against the Spiders. UVa head coach Brian O’Connor is 11-0 against Richmond. The Cavaliers earned a 13-0 triumph on April 23, 2014, in the teams’ last meeting.

Noting Richmond
Coming off a three-game series sweep over A-10 rival Dayton, Richmond has won five of its last six games. Reigning A-10 Player of the Week Michael Morman ranks first in the conference in batting average (.369) and doubles (21) and stands second in hits (72). UR is batting .285 as a team and owns a 4.36 team ERA. The Spiders are fielding at a .969 clip this season.

Up Next
Virginia concludes the regular season Thursday through Saturday with a three-game series at North Carolina.

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