Monthly Archives: May 2012

‘Till the Cow(bells) Come Home

Thanks to a strong outing by Brandon Woodruff and Ross Mitchell, the Mississippi State Bulldogs captured the SEC Baseball Tournament Championship on Sunday. In a combined eight innings of work, Ross and Mitchell gave up no runs on six hits, … Continue reading

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There Are No Words…

To keep a modicum of consistency across posts relating to the SEC Baseball Tournament, this post was originally going to be named “SEC Baseball Tourney – Day 5.” But the ninth inning of the Florida-Vanderbilt game changed all of that. … Continue reading

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SEC Baseball Tourney – Day 4

Day Four of the 2012 SEC lived up to expectations, and then some. Mississippi State played SEC regular season champion LSU in the first game of the afternoon. For most of the game, it was all LSU. Heading into the … Continue reading

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SEC Baseball Tourney – Day 3

Day 3 of the 2012 SEC Baseball Tournament saw two more teams eliminated, while two teams clinched spots in the semifinals on Saturday. Behind a strong pitching performance from their ace Michael Roth, South Carolina staved off elimination for another … Continue reading

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The Curse of the Bye

As mentioned in the previous post, the SEC baseball tournament started on Tuesday, and the opening day saw no significant upsets. Florida defeated Auburn 6-1, Kentucky defeated Ole Miss 2-0, and Vanderbilt defeated Georgia 4-1. The one “upset,” if you … Continue reading

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