HOOVER, Ala. — One inning got away from No. 7 seed Alabama but that’s all it took.
No. 2 seed LSU scored three runs off of the Crimson Tide in the first and the “visitors” were never able to recover, losing 3-0 at the Hoover Metropolitan Stadium. (May 23, 2013, Page 7)
VIDEO BLOG: There’s plenty of different questions and story angles that surround tonight’s baseball game between No. 23 Ole Miss and Alabama at Oxford-University Stadium. (more…) (April 12, 2013)
Charley Sullivan looks like a different pitcher compared to the last time he pitched in Oxford as a Charger. Heck, the former EAGLE All-Area teamer has changed just from last year. (April 12, 2013, Page 6A)
Former Oxford Charger Charley Sullivan had a fantastic Friday, allowing just one run in nine innings to lead Alabama to a 12-1 victory against Tennessee. Sullivan allowed just three hits and one walk in the complete-game effort while striking out seven to improve to 1-1 on the year.
Alabama went on to take two of three from the Vols. (March 18, 2013, Page 4B)
A while back, William Elliott was told that he should want to go to college where he’s wanted.
COLUMN: Charley Sullivan’s smile is still as wide as it was when he was at Oxford High School helping lead the Chargers to wins on the baseball diamond. Sullivan is now smiling wearing the crimson and white of Alabama as the team’s No. 1 pitcher on the weekend. There is a lot of prestige involved with being the Friday night starter at a Division I school, especially in the Southeastern Conference where baseball is more important than anywhere else in the country. (more…) (March 27, 2012, Page 11)
After struggling to string together complete outings in their last three games, the No. 17 Rebels will head to Alabama this weekend in hopes of a better fate. (March 23, 2012, Page 7A)
Former Oxford Charger and Northwest Mississippi Community College Ranger Charley Sullivan shined in Alabama’s Southeastern Conference opener on Friday against Arkansas. Sullivan started for the Tide and lasted 5.1 innings before giving way to five other pitchers in Alabama’s 4-3 loss in 12 innings. (more…) (March 19, 2012, Page 9)