BASEBALL: SEC Game 2 update file

The late start time and deadline will collide here in a little while, and the blog is what will suffer. I’ll have some udpates but not as many as I usually do.

Keenan Wiley is in the batter’s box now, and the game is under way.

— PA

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19 Responses to “BASEBALL: SEC Game 2 update file”

  1. oxfordrebel Says:

    If the Rebs don’t get a run off the TWO walks, we’re gonna be in the losers bracket…

  2. djrebel Says:

    FIRST INNING
    Pomeranz faces 4, retires 3.

    Rebels get 2 on with one out — by taking two walks no less — but fail to hit and fail to score against Paxton.

    — PA

  3. oxfordrebel Says:

    The offense is too bad to get us to the finals in this one PA, pitching gives us good chances to win 75% of the time, but the hitting is horrible, horrible, horrible…

    Quick question, who is the batting coach for us?

    Rhinstettle (spelling?) I think…

    may need to look into a new one after this season

  4. djrebel Says:

    Rob Reinstettle is the hitting coach.

    — PA

  5. djrebel Says:

    SECOND
    Pomeranz set the Cats down in order.

    It wasn’t a bad inning for Paxton either, though he gave up a 2-out triple to Tim Ferguson. Paxton only faced four batters, because Ferguson was stranded when Basham popped to CF on the first pitch. Paxton had two first-pitch fly outs.

  6. oxfordrebel Says:

    Matt Smith can put us up 3-0, can he do it???

  7. oxfordrebel Says:

    Yep!

  8. djrebel Says:

    THIRD
    Kentucky gets a 2-out single from 9-hole hitter Marcus Nidiffer but nothing else.

    Ole Miss ends 11 straight scoreless innings against UK lefty (not righty as printed on the blog earlier) James Paxton with an RBI single by Cody Overbeck and a two-out, two-run single by Matt Smith. Rebels lead 3-0.

  9. djrebel Says:

    FOURTH
    Kentucky ties the game on back-to-back run-scoring hits by Chris Wade and Troy Frazier. The Cats got 4 hits in the inning, and Brett Bukvich got up to get warm for Ole Miss.

    Rebels go back in front 4-3 on a walk (fourth of the game taken) by Zach Miller, who then goes to third when Paxton’s pick-off throw goes out into right field foul territory. A run without a hit. Wow!

    Rebels seem more willing to take pitches on the whole. After Paxton walks Basham (his fifth walk) he is replaced by Tommy Warner, another left-hander who has a 4.12 ERA in 19 2-3 innings.

    Two of Paxton’s walks scored.

    Warner’s done now. He struck out Fuller Smith with runners at 2nd and third and 1 out. Cats have right-hander Brook Baber pitching now, a 2.33 ERA in 27 innings.

    Rebels up 4-3 after 4 complete.

  10. djrebel Says:

    FIFTH
    Pomeranz retires the first two, walks the next two, and Bukvich comes in to face Brian Spear with 2 on and 2 out.

    Buk gets Spear to fly to RF. Pomeranz went 4 2-3

    Ole Miss got a leadoff runner when Overbeck was hit by a pitch but then lofted 3 fly balls.

    Rebels lead 4-3 after 5 complete

  11. farley662 Says:

    Wow PA, you are a trooper. I still have reasons to root for UK.

  12. djrebel Says:

    SIXTH
    More 2-out scoring from the Cats. With 2 outs, Bukvich gives up a double, then a walk, a 2-strike, 2-out RBI single by Keenan Wiley to tie the game at 4. Then gets Wilkes, the 2-hole hitter, swinging to strand two runners.

    Ole Miss gets a 2-out single from Henry, but Fuller Smith lines to second to end the inning.

    After six complete it’s 4-4

  13. george devaughn Says:

    pa co error hurt bad

  14. george devaughn Says:

    pa big time hit by matt smith we need that

  15. djrebel Says:

    SEVENTH
    Overbeck throwing error on a routine play put Cowgill at second base with 1 out. He steals third and scores when Spear singles through the left side. Cats go up 5-4 on the unearned run.

    All, right, I’ve been working on the print gamer, but I’ve got a minute now. Lots has happened since last I typed. Now it’s 6-6 in the top of 9 with Carroll leading off for the Cats.

  16. djrebel Says:

    FINAL:
    Ole Miss 8, Kentucky 7
    Guerrero’s walk-off home run wins it after a leadoff single by Logan Power.

    I’ll have more on this tomorrow, which is actually later today since it’s 1 a.m. right now.

    Check the game story on djournal.com as well. The print edition won’t have quotes but the web will.

    — PA

  17. cr Says:

    It is hard to be an Ole Miss fan. Nice win.

  18. rebelnate Says:

    cr why so negative man we won

  19. bigdraws Says:

    You guys have been arguably the most consistent team in the west for the past 5 years. I don’t want to hear about how hard it is to be an OM fan. Try missing the tourney 2 out of 3 years then holler at me. Especially when it’s supposed to be our signature sport. Nice win though. Looking to be an all west showdown. Ought to be a great weekend of baseball.

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