Arizona baseball: Wildcats walking on wild side too often for comfort

2013-05-02T20:00:00Z Arizona baseball: Wildcats walking on wild side too often for comfortBy Daniel Berk Arizona Daily Star Arizona Daily Star
May 02, 2013 8:00 pm  • 

When James Farris walks or hits a batter, he can’t help but feel like a teenager who just let down his parents.

“The feeling you get is like disappointment and failure,” the junior right-handed starter said.

For Farris and his fellow UA pitchers, there have been too many feelings of disappointment and failure lately.

Wildcats pitchers have become just that — wild Cats — and Tuesday’s 7-5 loss to Arizona State may have been a lowpoint.

The UA walked eight batters and hit five more.

What’s worse is it wasn’t an aberration.

Read more about the Wildcats' control issues in Friday's Arizona Daily Star.

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