Articles By: Kevin Connell

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The No. 8 Alabama baseball team won its third straight game on Wednesday after beating UAB 5-2.

Tide bats rally late in game to down UAB

No. 8 Alabama wasn’t out for revenge, but it did get even. The Crimson Tide defeated UAB 5-2 on Wednesday night. The win comes just one week after the Crimson Tide dropped a 2-1 decision to UAB at Sewell-Thomas Stadium last Wednesday. “It was a game we wanted,” Alabama coach Mitch Gaspard said. “It’s not just about the last game. […]

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Baseball team looks to continue recent success

The Crimson Tide continued its late-inning dramatics this season with a walk-off double from freshman Casey Hughston in a series-clinching 4-3 victory over Auburn at Sewell-Thomas Stadium on Sunday. It was the fifth time this season Alabama has won a game on the final at bat after Wade Wass, Mikey White and Hunter Webb did it earlier this season. All […]

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Crimson Tide looks to revamp defensive line

Crimson Tide looks to revamp defensive line

For any number of reasons, Alabama lost its way in 2013. Could it have stemmed from a lack of maturity? Or did complacency simply settle in during perhaps the most notorious two-game stretch of Nick Saban’s Alabama coaching career, one where the Crimson Tide suffered back-to-back losses against Auburn and Oklahoma to end the season? Or maybe it was at […]

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UA wins series over Tigers

At this point, it’s almost routine. Courtesy of freshman Casey Hughston’s double, the No. 9-ranked Alabama baseball team had its fifth walk-off hit of the season to clinch a 4-3 victory and the series against Auburn at Sewell-Thomas Stadium Sunday. With the score tied at 3-3 in the bottom of the ninth inning, Hughston hit a two-out double off the […]

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Alabama downs Auburn in game 2 of 3-game series

Before the seventh-largest crowd in Sewell-Thomas Stadium history, No. 9 Alabama held on late in the ninth inning to take down Auburn, 4-1, Saturday night to even the three-game series. Kamplain, a junior left-hander, carried a one-hitter into the ninth inning and was just one out shy of a complete shutout before being pulled after the Tigers cut the lead […]

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