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Wolf Pack Baseball Wins in Extra's

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Dallas Colodny

4/18/14

The Nevada Wolf Pack Baseball team avenged Thursday's 20-10 loss to Fresno State on Friday winning 9-8 in 12 Innings after Catcher Jordan Devencenzi hit a walk-off single.

The Pack dug themselves an early 5-0 hole in the 1st inning, but were finally able to answer in the Third with Austin Byler's 3-run Homer.

Brad Gehrig would Homer in the 4th inning and Byler would hit another Home Run in the in the 5th inning.

The win in extra's was the first of the season for the Wolf Pack.

They will close out the series Saturday Afternoon Peccole Park with a first pitch set for 1pm.

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