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9 of our favorite moments from the 2019 College World Series 2

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The Jimmy Kerr Michigan Family Reunion

If you didn't know the story of the Kerrs by the end of the College World Series, well, you weren't paying very close attention. Jimmy Kerr's grandfather John threw an astounding 313 pitches in one day to help the Wolverines win a CWS in 1962 while his father Derek helped Michigan to the CWS in the early 1980s. Jimmy Kerr — who had just 194 decent at-bats in three years heading into the 2019 season — broke out in a big way leading Michigan with 15 home runs. He exploded in Omaha, recording seven hits and three home runs, two of which came in the same game to become the first Wolverine to ever accomplish the feat in the College World Series. Michigan's Cinderella run fell one game short, but the Kerr legacy will live on forever in Wolverine lore.

The catch of the College World Series? This guy in the bleachers.

There were plenty of highlight reel plays made throughout the College World Series, but kudos must be given to Austin Buisse. He quickly became a sensation, catching a 421-foot Cameron Warren home run with his bare hand... and not spilling a single drop of his beer. The incredible catch was replay worthy on ESPN before taking off across social media giving Buisse well more than his 15 minutes of fame.

11 bows out, Mike Martin coaches his final game in Omaha

It was almost like it was free baseball for Mike Martin and his Seminoles. After an up and down season that had many questioning if Florida State would even make it to the CWS, he and FSU went on the road to Alex Box Stadium and did the unthinkable by knocking off LSU in one of the toughest road environments in college baseball. It looked like Martin's career would end in fairy tale fashion after an opening win, but the Seminoles offense could only muster two runs in three games at the 2019 CWS. Martin ended his career with 2,029 wins and the title of winningest coach in the history of NCAA sports.

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