Today at noon, the biggest baseball series in the history of the Commonwealth beings at 12:00 PM and the Louisville Cardinals take on the Kentucky Wildcats.
As this is UofL’s fifth straight Super Regional and the first ever for the ‘Cats, all the pressure is on the Cards.
The Cardinals are favored at home in the series, but there certainly seems to be something special going on with Nick Mingione and his Wildcats.
Baseball Cats Visit Louisville for Super Regional | UK Wildcats News
The Kentucky baseball team begins play in its first-ever NCAA Baseball Super Regional by facing Louisville. The two teams will meet in a best two-of-three series on Friday, Saturday and, if necessary, Sunday, with the winner advancing to Omaha for the College World Series next week.
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