T.J. Pecoraro produced the Sunday start
Vanderbilt was looking for.
In just his third start of the season and first in the weekend rotation in two months, the right-hander helped lift the third-ranked Commodores to a 5-1 victory over Georgia and another series victory.
Pecoraro, who has pitched just four times since Feb. 17 due to inflammation in his knees, allowed just one run on five hits in 4.2 innings. Though he didn’t pitch the minimum five innings to get the win, the junior set the table for Vanderbilt to pick up its 10th straight series victory.
Nashville, Tenn. – The post-season
accolades continue to grow for Vanderbilt with freshmen pitcher
Freshman All-American by the National Collegiate Baseball
Pecoraro’s first season as a Commodore was an overwhelming success with the Dix Hills, NY native going 7-0 with a 1.59 ERA in 17 games, including six starts. His first collegiate campaign came to an end in the opening game of the Southeastern Conference Tournament against Georgia when the right-hander injured his elbow.
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