On Friday afternoon, the 2015 season begins for the Ole Miss baseball team. And for the first time in the Mike Bianco era, the goal is not to get to Omaha, but to get back to there. (February 12, 2015, Page 5A)
After talking about being more athletic and, in turn, looking to create more runs by being aggressive on the base paths a year ago, Ole Miss actually took a step back. (more…) (June 13, 2013, Page 2B)
The Rebels had 13 first-year players (either freshmen or junior college transfers) on the roster in 2013. Eleven of those players totaled 402 at-bats and 92.2 innings pitched. (more…) (June 12, 2013, Page 2B)
With his hands in his jacket pockets and his hat pulled down low over his forehead, Bobby Wahl talked to the media following Thursday night’s 3-2 loss to Kentucky in somber tones. (more…) (April 26, 2013, Page 8A)
BLOG: Do you believe in momentum or other things of that ilk? (more…) (April 25, 2013)
VIDEO BLOG: The long-time cloud that has plagued the Ole Miss basketball program has finally been lifted. The literal rain clouds, however, still loom over Oxford. Despite on again, off again showers earlier in the day, the No. 6 Rebels will host Texas A&M for Game 1 of the weekend’s three-game set today at 6:30 p.m. (more…) (March 22, 2013)
Despite walking seven, and allowing two more Rhode Island batters to reach base via a HBP and an error, the Rebels rolled to an 8-1 victory Friday.
Today, the Rebels will look for the series with a 1:30 p.m. start at Oxford-University Stadium. (more…) (February 23, 2013)
Sunday felt like the perfect day to make it official.
After months of being courted by some of the top baseball programs in the country, and one day after pitching a scoreless first inning for the American squad in the Under Armor All-America Baseball Game at Wrigley field, elite pitching recruit Ty Hensley tweeted “It’s official… I’m an Ole Miss Rebel!!! #hottytoddy” prior to flying home from Chicago to Edmond, Okla.
Ty Hensley has been receiving interest from college and professional recruiters ever since he towered over classmates as a 6-foot-3, 200-pound freshman in Edmond, Okla.