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Watch Mike Zunino’s Aluminum Bat Break At The College World Series (Video)
Bats breaking in the Major Leagues is nothing new, but it isn’t often that we see one of those aluminum bats they use in the NCAA snap in half. We were treated to such a sight during today’s semi-final game between Florida and Vanderbilt at the College World Series, as Vandy pitcher Mark Lamm sawed the aluminum bat of the Gators’ Mike Zunino in half with an inside fastball.
Florida went on to win the game by a score of 6-4. They will now take on the winner of the other semi-final between South Carolina and Virginia in the championship series, which begins on Monday.
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