The Hurricanes were down one run with one out in the bottom of the final inning when Zeke "Beep, Beep" DeVoss hit a liner to left field that produced a single. Pinch hitter David Villasuso came through with a deep double of the right field wall that almost went over the fence and scored DeVoss for the game-tying run, 3-3.
Then a wild pitch from FGCU reliever Pete Woodworth put Villasuso on third before Miami's Frankie "I ain't no dirty" Ratcliff smacked the next pitch into right field for the final score of 5-4 and Miami's fourth walk-off win of the 2010 season.
"Dirty" Ratcliff accounted for three of Miami's 10 hits, going 3-for-5 on the night while teammate Yasmani Grandal hit his 15th homer. Grandal also had a single and a pair of walks while Nathan "Hot Dog" Melendres extended his team-best hitting streak to 10 straight games.
Former Killian Cougar Daniel Miranda earned his fourth win of the year, recording the final out of the eighth inning. Starting pitcher Steven "Bobby" Ewing allowed only three hits and a walk while striking out two batters in four innings of work.
The Hurricane fans below were just over-joyed with the results on this pleasant night in the 305.
The Hurricanes will wrap up their regular season schedule when they play host to No. 1 Virginia in a three-game series beginning Thursday, May 20. Game times for the series against the Cavaliers at Alex Rodriguez Park are set for 7 p.m. Thursday, 7 p.m. Friday and noon Saturday.