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Baseball commit for Ole Miss

This happened during vacation last week. Mike Bianco is trying to rebuild his pitching staff and will bring in 13 new arms with the 2015 class. He picked up a 2016 commitment last week, a Madison kid by way of

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Ole Miss freshman transfers to ICC

Blake Bennett, a freshman right-handed pitcher from Germantown, has transfered to ICC, the community college has announced. Bennett did not appear in a game for Ole Miss this season.  

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Draft Update, Bramlett, Trent talk about coming decisions

I have been in Jackson most of the day, so I’m just getting caught up on the draft news. I see that Sikes Orvis went in the 17th round to the White Sox, Brady Bramlett in the 22nd to the

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Weathersby to the Astros

Scott Weathersby, who’s mid-season surge lifted him from the Ole Miss bullpen to the weekend rotation, was drafted by the Houston Astros today. The Astros picked Weathersby, a 6-foot-2, 180-pound right-hander from Hattiesburg, in the 10th round with the No.

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Wanted: The Ace

There’s something about the end of the year sit-down discussion with media that helps coaches loosen up. Not all coaches like them, and we don’t always have these sessions. But Mike Bianco is pretty good about being available for them

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Rebuilding is in the eye of the beholder

Most folks could look at the losses from Ole Miss’ 2014 Omaha baseball team and figure 2015 as a rebuilding season. Mike Bianco says he didn’t use that term with his team that just concluded the season with a sixth-place

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Two Rebels set to become NWCC Rangers

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen Two Ole Miss pitchers are set to become two of the newest members of the Northwest Mississippi Community College baseball team.

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That’s a wrap

Ole Miss went 0-2 in the Los Angeles Regional with offensive struggles against opponents’ front-line pitching. The Rebels had just nine hits and scored just runs in the two games. Going back to their only appearance in the SEC tournament

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Destin Check-out Day

It’s check-out day at the SEC meetings. For the schools, it’s get the check day. Last year’s SEC revenue sharing distributions averaged $20.9 million. This year, the first with the SEC Network funds in the league’s bank accounts, that figure

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Ole Miss commits finish with ‘perfect’ season

By John Davis, Oxford Citizen For those that may not have followed the Oxford Chargers closely on the baseball diamond in 2015, there are three future Rebels on a team that won 35 games and the MHSAA Class 5A state

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Bramlett addresses SEC admins, heads to LA

It’s a good thing Brady Bramlett’s next scheduled start is Saturday. The Ole Miss pitcher, second in the Rebels’ rotation, has had a busy Tuesday and Wednesday. The No. 2 seed Rebels left today for the Los Angeles Regional where

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Goforth gets the call

Former Ole Miss reliever David Goforth is getting a promotion. He’s turned success in Triple-A Colorado Springs into a Major League debut. More from the Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel.

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Checking in from Destin

Hey guys, been traveling with family and just checking in now from Destin. I will be reporting from the SEC meetings for the next four days. Lots of big topics on hand, cost of attendance — meaning more money for

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