Famous Barrys: Barry White, Barry Manilow, Barry Goldwater, Barry Sanders, Barry Bonds and most definitely former UM basketball star Rick Barry.
Damien Berry? Definitely TOUGH but the name still doesn't match.
The Hurricanes whipped the Buccaneers, sweeping the two game series after winning the Friday night affair behind two Matt Bosher field goals and the mello sounds of Barry White playing in the background by the score of 6-0.
Frankie "I Ain't No Dirty" Ratcliff and Nathan "Hot Dog" Melendres combined to drive in all six Hurricane runs as the 7th ranked Hurricanes defeated the Buccaneers 6-0 at Alex Rodriguez Park at Mark Light Field.
Hernandez (7-2) was dominant as he allowed just two hits, no walks, and struck out 13 of the 21 batters he faced on his way to a team-leading seventh win of the season. On the night Miami pitchers stuck out 19 batters while allowing not a single walk all night.
On Saturday, Barry bowed down to the Hurricanes once again. Jason "Oye Como Va" Santana pitched the first four innings and Miami scored 5 runs in the first, and one run in the second and fourth innings before a four run explosion in the 8th inning put the poor Buccaneers out of the misery for good.
The Hurricanes improved to 36-11 overall with the win and 19-0 all-time against Barry. It also marked Miami's 16th-straight win at Alex Rodriguez Park.
Santana (5-2), who was scheduled to go just four innings, earned the win after allowing just one run on one hit while walking one and striking out a career-high tying eight in just four innings.
Perez, Grandal and DeVoss each had two hits for Miami. Grandal and DeVoss each drove in a pair of runs, while UM 3B Harold Martinez and David Villasuso both hit 3-run bombs for the Hurricanes.
Miami relief pitcher "Garden of" Iden Nazarrio closed out the game for Miami.
We hope to see U at the ballpark! Word on the street is that Halle Berry will be there...