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SEC Tournament Game Thirteen: LSU vs. Alabama

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The LSU Tigers sent the Alabama Crimson Tide packing with a 3-2 victory in Friday’s elimination game. However, Alabama, who suffered both losses of the tournament to LSU, actually lead for the majority of the game. In fact, with two outs in the top of the ninth with nobody on base, Alabama actually still lead 2-1.  Continue reading

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SEC Tournament Game Nine: Alabama vs. Ole Miss

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The Alabama Crimson Tide sent the Ole Miss Rebels packing with a 7-5 extra innings victory.

“It’s always disappointing to finish here and not on the weekend. That’s the reason it’s the number one baseball conference in the country. This is the reason it’s the best tournament in the country. It’s very unforgiving. If you don’t play well, you lose” said Ole Miss head coach Mike Bianco. Continue reading

SEC Tournament Game Six: Alabama vs. LSU

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LSU defeated Alabama 3-0 in the Tigers’ first game of the 2013 SEC Tournament. After a three-run bottom of the first for LSU, it was a pitchers’ duel from that point forward. However the Alabama Crimson Tide was unable to put up any offense against LSU left-handed pitcher Cody Glenn who was fantastic on the mound.

““It was a very well played game by both teams. It was also a very well pitched game by both teams. We had a nice first inning against Charley Sullivan. It looked like we could have a big day, and he regrouped like the great competitor that he is. I have a lot of respect for him” said LSU head coach Paul Mainieri. Continue reading

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SEC Tournament Game Two: Auburn vs. Alabama

sec_baseball_13The Alabama Crimson Tide sent the Tigers packing on Tuesday afternoon as they defeated Auburn 6-3 in the single-elimination SEC Tournament game. Ben Moore, Austen Smith and Brett Booth all had multiple-hits for the Crimson Tide, combining for three of Alabama’s RBI and four of their runs. On the mound, Jay Shaw was lights-out for Alabama as he pitched 5.0 scoreless innings allowing just four hits and a walk.  Continue reading

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2013 SEC Tournament Preview (Bracket One)

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Bracket 2 Preview available here.

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#6 Ole Miss (37-19, 15-14)

The Rebels have been a bit up and down throughout the season, however when Ole Miss is on their A-game, they can compete with the best.  Offensively, Rebel leadoff man Tanner Mathis is one of the hottest bats in the SEC coming off of a 7-10 weekend at LSU. Pair Mathis’s current hot-streak with the consistent bats of Turner, Mistone and Anderson, and the Rebel offense has the ability to do some damage in Hoover. Continue reading

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CBD Around the Horn: April 6th

 

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Here is a look at some of the top performances and highlights on the day. We will be providing daily articles as often as possible this season. If you know of an outstanding performance that we may have missed, feel free to send us an email by clicking here. Continue reading

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2013 SEC Preseason Coaches Poll

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SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe Arkansas Razorbacks are predicted to win the 2013 Southeastern Conference baseball championship, as voted by the league’s 14 baseball coaches in the 22nd annual preseason SEC poll.

The Razorbacks, ranked No. 1 nationally in the preseason USA Today Coaches’ Poll, seek to capture their third SEC Championship and first since 2004. Arkansas returns five position starters and 10 pitchers from its 2012 squad which advanced to the College World Series semifinals. Continue reading

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2013 CBD Season Preview: SEC West

SEC Circle Gold Letters on White BackgroundThe SEC’s reign atop college baseball came to an end in 2012, as South Carolina fell to the Arizona Wildcats in the championship series in Omaha. Still, though, the conference scored a big victory with the addition of Texas A&M, who provides immediate strength to the conference.

Last year we saw Arkansas rise to national contention as well as push the Gamecocks to the brink of College World Series elimination.  We saw Mississippi State conquer the conference to win a NCAA berth by virtue of winning it all in Hoover. Continue reading