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Dores even series, edge Razorbacks

Yesterday, 08:47 PM

No. 18 Vanderbilt held off Arkansas late to even the series with a 2-1 win at Baum Stadium Friday night and give head coach Tim Corbin his 600th career victory.

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A&M Falls to Kentucky, 11-4

Yesterday, 07:49 PM

The Aggies were unable to even the series on Saturday.

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Tennessee Edged By Crimson Tide Rally, 7-6

Yesterday, 06:41 PM

No. 29 Tennessee took a 6-1 lead into the sixth against No. 8 Alabama, but the Crimson Tide rallied for six runs over the final four frames to hand the Volunteers a heartbreaking 7-6 defeat on Saturday afternoon at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

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Baseball Hands Ole Miss Its First Shutout, 2-0

Yesterday, 03:47 PM

OXFORD, Miss. – Four LSU pitchers combined to fire the Tigers' 12th shutout of the season Saturday, as the seventh-ranked Tigers blanked No. 10 Ole Miss, 2-0, in front of 9,741 fans at Swayze Field.

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Tigers Fall, 6-2, to No. 22 Mississippi State

Yesterday, 03:32 PM

A three-run seventh inning for the No. 22 Mississippi State Bulldogs (25-15, 9-8) proved to be the difference as Mizzou (17-20, 6-11) fell 6-2 Saturday (April 19) afternoon at Taylor Stadium, giving the series to the visiting Bulldogs. John Miles (Columbia, Mo.) had a strong start, pitching into the seventh inning and striking out three MSU hitters, though he was charged with four runs. The outing was Miles' longest since March 15, when he also went 6.1 innings against Tennessee.

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