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The Daily Nole — April 28, 2021: FSU Baseball Powers Past Stetson, 9-5

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Lead Story

Florida State baseball blasted four home runs at Dick Howser Stadium on Tuesday as the Seminoles took down Stetson, 9-5.

Nander De Sedas, Matheu Nelson, Robby Martin and Elijah Cabell all left the yard in the victory. Stetson led 2-0 early, but the Seminoles went ahead for good in the bottom of the second on De Sedas’ 2-run home run.

Cabell added a 2-run blast of his own in the fourth before Martin turned a 6-3 lead into a 9-3 lead in the sixth with a 3-run home run. Nelson’s nation-leading 20th home run — a solo shot in the first — got the scoring started for the Seminoles.

Cabell and De Sedas each finished with three hits and a pair of runs scored in the victory. Jorge Arenas had three of the 10 hits for Stetson and scored a run. Kyle Ball drove in a pair of runs in the loss.

Tyler Ahearn worked two scoreless innings of relief to pick up the win for FSU. The Seminoles improved to 21-15 and will begin a 3-game home series with Troy on Friday.

Between the Lines

FSU baseball’s victory was the lone scheduled athletic event for Tuesday.

On the Agenda

There are no FSU athletic events scheduled for Wednesday.

News and Notes

FSU baseball outfielder Reese Albert is out for the season after undergoing knee surgery.

Former Charlotte golfer Cecilie Finne-Ipsen will transfer to Florida State.

Helpful Links

Noles247: NFL Draft Profile: FSU DT Marvin Wilson
Noles247: NFL Draft Profile: FSU CB Asante Samuel Jr.
Fifth Quarter: Column: Geno Hayes Was a Shining Star During an Unremarkable Period for FSU Football

Mike Ferguson is the editor of The Daily Nole. Follow Mike on Twitter @MikeWFerguson

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