Gillaspie homers from both sides of plate in fourth straight loss for WSU

WSU Shockers Baseball Logo 16:9

Swept by Indiana State over the weekend, the Wichita State baseball team had a major bright spot on Sunday.

WSU first baseman Casey Gillaspie became the first Shocker to homer from both sides of the plate since 1998.  He went 5 for 11 in the three-game series and extended his hitting streak to 16 games.  Gillaspie’s hitting .407 for the season with eight home runs-six left-handed and two right-handed.

The Shox will try to end a four-game losing streak when they travel to K-State on Tuesday to face the Wildcats.

 

 

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