Rebs crush State in Game 3


For all the drama Saturday, Ole Miss turned the rubber game into a snoozer on Sunday. The Rebs racked up 20 (yes, 20) hits against a State team that clearly burned through its pitching in the first two games. Sam Smith allowed two runs and six hits over six innings. Ole Miss now sits in second place in the SEC behind Bama.

#SundaySizzle gets some Run Support


The Rebs are cruising in Starkville right now. Let's hope they keep it up.

State sets national attendance record


State is really excited about this baseball series. They set the all-time on-campus college baseball record on Saturday, passing the previous mark of 14,991 (which was also set in Starkville back in 1989). The most attended college baseball game, regardless of ballpark, drew 40,106 to Petco Park to watch San Diego State and Houston in 2004.

Game 2 lineup


Bianco's going with largely the same lineup that beat State on Friday, just swapping J.B. Woodman for Brantley Bell at DH.

Perfect Game notes Chris Ellis


Kendall Rogers takes a look at the Rebs' Friday night win over State, particularly the performance by Chris Ellis, who overcame early control issues and a mounting pitch count to work 6.2 innings of one-run baseball. Rogers notes that Ellis "couldn’t help but to get more amped up when fans beyond the right field wall uncontrollably heckled him." Deal with it, Starkville.

Rebs take Game 1, 6-1


The Rebs jumped on State early and never looked back, hammering out double digit hits and stymying the Bulldogs' offense. Chris Ellis fought through some early pitch count trouble to pick up the win over 6.2 inning, allowing just the one run. With Aaron Greenwood back in Oxford with an injury, Wyatt Short worked the final 2.1 to help keep the pen fresh for the rest of the weekend.

Friday lineup


Brantley Bell earns the nod at DH and Will Jamison starts in right field instead of J.B. Woodman.

Ole Miss baseball beats Mizzou in Game 3


The Rebs finished off the sweep of Mizzou on Sunday with a late-inning rally, plating six runs in the eighth to scrape by.

Rebs take Game 2


Sike Orvis hammered two homers, Christian Trent allowed just one run over six innings and Aaron Greenwood shut it down over the last three as the Rebs became the first team in the SEC to reach 20 overall wins.

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