Division II schools Minnesota State and Bemidji State lit up the scoreboard on Saturday with a score that was more commonly seen in a college football game. The final score in the second game of their doubleheader was 41-20, breaking the NCAA Division II record for most hits in a game, 56, and produced the second-most combined runs scored, 61...
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Each team used eight pitchers and combined for a 110 at-bats. However, the game was finally called after the eighth inning due to the slaughter rule.
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Rebel Land Shark110 months
Wonderful pitching I'm sure
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EddieHewitt110 months
Minnesota State and Bemidji State
Not one frick was given.
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bnh110 months
Minnesota state. Was Hayden, Luther and Dobber coaching?
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IIxxBREADxxII110 months
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A mercy rule, also known by the term slaughter rule (or, less commonly, knockout rule and skunk rule)
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BuddyLAM110 months
Is it really called the slaughter rule?
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