10:17 PM ET Dealing aces

The aces were on the mound for Florida and Louisville. Alex Faedo for the Gators was brilliant, while Brendan McKay got into a tad more trouble. Both were able to pick up wins, though, and put their teams in good position for the rest of the tournament. Here’s how things went down on Day 2 at the College World Series.

Alex Faedo K’s a CWS record

.@GatorsBB strikeout record in a #CWS game:

Alex Faedo: 🔟 K vs TCU (tonight)
Alex Faedo: 9 K vs Texas Tech (2016)

This guy is too good. pic.twitter.com/wxkvMZS6Am

— SEC Network (@SECNetwork) June 19, 2017

Flat tire

The #CWS is full of surprises…

Today an umpire lost his shoe! pic.twitter.com/iyNIB80fIx

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 19, 2017

Back in the win column

Louisville snaps a five-game CWS skid with an 8-4 win over Texas A&M. The Cardinals will play the winner of Florida-TCU on Tuesday night.

Mitch Sherman, ESPN Staff Writer

Hey, hey! It’s a monkey!

Monkey in the dugout… Seriously.

Louisville will “play the ball where the monkey drops it.” #L1C4 pic.twitter.com/OTJQKEYaUQ

— NCAA Baseball (@NCAACWS) June 18, 2017

What a pickle! Texas A&M made it a one-run game against Louisville in the sixth

Texas A&M has cut the Louisville lead to 5-4 with a pair of runs here in the sixth inning to chase star left-hander Brendan McKay. No team since the CWS moved to TD Ameritrade Park in 2011 has come back from a five-run deficit to win. The Aggies trailed 5-0 today after two innings. A&M, incidentally, scored 10 unanswered runs after the seventh inning in its super-regional clincher when down four runs to Davidson.

Mitch Sherman, ESPN Staff Writer

The Aggies secret…

RALLY

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