Ole Miss closer Brett Huber was named the Southeastern Conference’s Pitcher of the Week Monday by the league office.
Huber, a redshirt freshman from Belleville, Ill., not only picked up the win on Tuesday against Murray State, but he also played a pivotal role in the Rebels’ first three-game sweep at Mississippi State since 1972, picking up saves on Friday and Saturday. (May 4, 2010, Page 8)
It took a tornado warning in Oktibbeha County to silence the Ole Miss Rebels’ bats on Sunday.
With Ole Miss leading the Mississippi State Bulldogs 19-11 after seven innings, the game at Dudy Noble Field was called due to a severe thunderstorm warning in the area.
The win was the third of the weekend for the Rebels, who took the previous two games 4-2 and 12-10. (May 3, 2010, Page 1B)
One week ago Ole Miss pitcher Drew Pomeranz struggled mightily in his Friday night start against LSU, walking a career-high nine batters.
By his own admission, something was off but he just wasn’t sure what that something was.
Then, during the second inning of the Rebels’ 4-2 win at Mississippi State on Friday he realized what was wrong. (May 3, 2010, Page 2B)
STARKVILLE — For the second game in a row Rebel runs and Mississippi State fielding errors were not in short supply, as the Rebels capitalized on 15 hits and four errors to claim the 19-11 win at MSU’s Dudy Noble Field.
The game was halted after the seventh inning due to a severe thunderstorm warning in the area.
With the win, Ole Miss claims its first three-game sweep of MSU since 2005, and it’s first in Starkville since ’72.
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STARKVILLE —On what turned out to be a rain-soaked Dudy Noble Field, it was the Ole Miss baseball Rebels that found a way to overcome the elements and take Game 2 of their series at Mississippi State, defeating the Bulldogs 12-10.
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STARKVILLE —It wasn’t pretty, but No. 16 Ole Miss got a 4-2 win in Game 1 over Mississippi State tonight at Dudy Noble Field.
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Ole Miss will stick with its same rotation of Drew Pomeranz (6-0 overall, 1.90 ERA) and Aaron Barrett (6-2, 3.36), with Sunday’s starter yet to be named. (April 30, 2010, Page 6A)
On Thursday, Nettleton displayed just how good they really were, defeating the Water Valley Lady Blue Devils 13-1 in five innings to take Game 1 of their Class 3A playoff series. (April 30, 2010, Page 8A)
The No. 16 Ole Miss Rebels took care of business early, scoring seven runs in the first three innings en route to a lopsided 15-6 victory over the UT-Martin Skyhawks. (April 29, 2010, Page 6)
Sure he hit 14 home runs, but he also racked up strikeouts like they were going out of style, finishing his first season with 80, while walking just 22 times.
Since then, Smith has continued to evolve into a more complete batter. (April 29, 2010, Page 6)