Jimmy Ramshaw threw five innings of hitless relief and Tony Socarras hit a
pair of home runs to lead Florida to a 20-11 victory over the University
of Miami at McKethan Stadium Sunday. The Gators have now won 10 straight
games in Gainesville over the Hurricanes.
Ramshaw came in the ballgame in the third inning with Miami leading 7-3,
shutting down UM over the next five innings as UF posted 16 unanswered
runs to put the game out of reach.
The 20 runs were the most scored by a Gator team against Miami in the
series history dating back to 1940.
Kurt Keene and Soccaras each had four hits to lead the Gators on offense.
Soccaras hit two homers going 4-for-5 with a career-high tying four RBI
with three runs scored. Keene was 4-for-5 with three runs scored and two
The Gators pounded out 18 hits on the day and hit four home runs against
seven Hurricane pitchers.