Recap: Seton Hall Shuts Out Wagner, 6-0

Date: April 24, 2022

By: Bobby Steiner

A Seton Hall baseball pitcher attempts a throw on the mound during a game.

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The Seton Hall baseball team improved to 10-26 on the season and brought their winning streak to two games following a 6-0 shutout of the Wagner Seahawks.

The second inning saw the Pirates score take an early 2-0 lead following Jadier Hernandez’s two-RBI double. Seton Hall extended its lead to 4-0 following Mark McNelly’s RBI single and Devin Hack’s productive RBI groundout.

The Pirates’ final two runs came in the eighth inning, when David Haberman’s double scored Gale and Steve Grober to make the score 6-0.

Aaron Groller had a solid start, pitching three innings and allowing zero runs. In the second inning, he was able to escape a jam with the bases loaded to keep the shutout intact. From there, five Pirates combined for six shutout innings out of the bullpen.

The Pirates’ next matchup is a three-game series against Creighton on the road this Friday through Sunday.

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