Pitcher-outfielder Kamron Fields was MVP of the Fall World Series. (TEXAS ATHLETICS)

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Orange salvages final game of Fall World Series

Kamron Fields wins series MVP award

Posted November 4th, 2018

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Story highlights
  • Austin Todd's White squad takes two of three in series.
  • Ryan Reynolds' Orange team caps fall practice with victory.
  • David Hamilton steals six bases in three games.

The Texas baseball team closed out fall practice Sunday as Ryan Reynolds’ Orange team won UT’s Fall World Series finale 10-6 after losing the previous two to Austin Todd’s White squad.

Pitcher-outfielder Kamron Fields was named the series’ most valuable player. He pitched two perfect innings with a strikeout and went 5-for-13 at the plate.

Michael McCann went 3-for-4 with two doubles and drove in three runs Sunday, and Tanner Haney had two hits and two RBIs.

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DJ Petrinsky went 6-for-9 in the series. David Hamilton stole six bases in seven tries, and Lance Ford, Eric Kennedy and Tate Shaw were 3-for-3 on steals.

Texas will open the season Feb. 15 at Louisiana-Lafayette.

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