Category Archives: Baseball

Baseball on the way back

Head coach Mitch Gaspard is preparing to put his team through fall workouts with eyes looking forward to his fourth season at the helm in 2013.

The highlight of these practices for the fans are the free intrasquad scrimmages. The first two of these will be at 3:30 on Thursday and Friday, both hosted at Sewell-Thomas Stadium. Scrimmage dates will be announced periodically as the team continues its fall practices.

The final fall practice will be on Oct. 26th, and the team will also have a scrimmage on that day. The football team will play at home against Mississippi State on Oct. 27th.

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BrettAtBama Baseball Recap: Vanderbilt, April 22

Alabama lost its chance to sweep the Vanderbilt Commodores on Sunday after losing 9-7. Check it out here.

http://cw.ua.edu/2012/04/23/loss-hurts-bamas-chance-at-tournament/

BrettAtBama Baseball Recap: Vanderbilt, April 21

Alabama gave the home fans yet another dramatic finish, thanks to a Austen Smith three-run walkoff homer. Read more about it below:

http://cw.ua.edu/2012/04/21/baseball-has-a-flair-for-the-dramatic/

BrettAtBama Baseball Recap: Vanderbilt, April 20th

Alabama got a very important series-opening win tonight against the Vanderbilt Commodores. To read about the good night in ‘Bama baseball, click the link below.

http://cw.ua.edu/2012/04/20/tide-opportunistic-in-win-over-vandy/

BrettAtBama Baseball Recap: Mississippi Valley State

In a disappointing performance against Mississippi Valley State, the Crimson Tide split a doubleheader with the inferior Delta Devils. Read more about the night in Alabama baseball by clicking the link below, and collect a little bit of info on the upcoming weekend series with Vanderbilt in the process.

http://cw.ua.edu/2012/04/19/tide-splits-series-with-mississippi-valley-state/

Bama baseball gets postponed

Due to a rainy day in Tuscaloosa today, Alabama baseball will now play a double-header tomorrow against Mississippi Valley State as opposed to playing two consecutive nights.

The two games will only be seven innings long, and the first game will start just after 2 p.m.

Follow @Brett_Hudson and check the blog tomorrow night for the Recap of the action.

BrettAtBama Baseball Breakdown: Mississippi Valley State

Alabama will try to right its seemingly sinking ship in a two-game midweek series with the Mississippi Valley State Delta Devils. For more, click the link below to see my Crimson White story about the event.

http://cw.ua.edu/2012/04/18/bama-hosting-two-tune-ups-this-week/