Penn State Abington baseball wins game 36-9, violence epidemic continues its spread
WARNING: Graphic Content. Penn State Abington’s baseball team started their season off with a truly shocking act of violence. In the second game of a weekend series, the Nittany Lions destroyed Guilford 36-9.
Yes. You read that right. 36-9.
While some just see a baseball game ending with a football score, I see far more than that. I see the epidemic of violence has continued spreading beyond the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to Greensboro, NC, where it claimed Guilford as its latest victim.
Jokes comparing college baseball to a societal issue aside, the game was never even close. Penn State Abington scored runs in every inning but the 5th. On top of that, they scored four or more runs in six of those innings—total domination from start to finish.
The box score shows just how thoroughly Penn State Abington molly whopped the opposition:
Literally what the fuck.
How does this even happen? I’m no college baseball expert, but I have a feeling most games don’t end in total drubbings like this, regardless of division or conference.
The scoreline looks like Alabama played the Citadel and rested their starters for the second half. Just an absolute wrecking ball performance from the Nittany Lions.
Honestly, I’ll be keeping an eye on Penn State Abington baseball. Their coach, Dave Miller, was in charge of La Salle baseball before that program folded like a Russian gymnast, and it looks like he’s instilled some fire in his guys. I’m sure he feels a little better about how things ended in Philly now that he and the boys opened up a can of whoop-ass on a random school from the Carolinas.
I have no real skin in the game, so I feel for the Guilford players. Them losing a game that badly has to be one of the worst feelings in the world.
If kids are reading this out there, let this be a word of advice to you. You should never do anything you could potentially fail at, especially if the result is published on the internet for a stupid blogger to find.
Mandatory Credit: PSU Abington Atheltics