Alabama Baseball Falls In Opener
Alabama left-hander Taylor Guilbeau (0-1), who became the first true freshman to start a season-opener for the Tide since freshman were allowed to play Division-I baseball, allowed just one run on three hits, striking out four while walking two over five innings.
Junior catcher Brett Booth had two of UA's five hits on the night, while senior designated hitter Jon Kelton reached base in three of his four plate appearances, notching one of the Crimson Tide's two runs on the evening.
Florida Atlantic scored four unearned runs in the sixth inning to open a 5-0 lead for starter and winning pitcher Ryan Garton (1-0). Garton allowed one run on three hits while striking out seven in six innings.
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