Ole Miss, Vanderbilt to finish baseball series with Sunday doubleheader
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Ole Miss and Vanderbilt won’t play baseball today.
Inclement weather has postponed the middle game of the series. The teams will now finish the series with two seven-innings games Sunday at Hawkins Field starting at noon.
The nightcap will begin at 4 p.m., the same time Sunday’s game was originally scheduled. The second game will be televised on ESPNU.
The twinbill will cap an eight-game road trip for Ole Miss (29-6, 8-5 SEC), which is trying for its fourth SEC series win after cruising to an 11-3 victory in Friday’s series opener. Right-hander Brady Feigl (6-2, 3.09 earned run average) will get the ball for Ole Miss in the first game while Vanderbilt (20-14, 7-6) will turn to right-hander Patrick Raby (2-4, 2.88).
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