UCA at Vanderbilt

Clay’s alma mater leading the Anchor Boys 2-1 in the 6th.

Scored on a bunt single, two steals and a sac fly. 3-1 in the 6th.

3 up 3 down for VU in the 6th. Still 3-1 Bears.

5-1 Bears at the 7th inning stretch. They keep manufacturing runs, and Vandy’s left fielder dropped a fly ball to let the 5th run score. UCA got a runner thrown out at the plate to end the inning.

Still 5-1 in the 8th. Vandy only has one hit through 7 innings.

Vandy got a three-run homer in the 8th but still trails 5-4 going to the 9th.

Home plate ump just called pitch clock violation on both the batter and the pitcher to start the bottom of the 9th, 1-1 count before the first pitch is thrown.

Lineout to SS, leaping catch
Groundout 4-3 (Bradfield, the speed burner)
Double down the 3B line
1B had a chance to snag a liner to end the game. Off the tip of his glove, but it was foul
Or was it? Reviewing to see if it was fair.
Ruled foul.
Pop out to catcher. Bears win 5-4.

Awesome!! OM today also learned their Ace Hunter Elliott has suffered some type severe elbow injury and if they lose him that would be really bad,kid was a stud

Way to silence the whistler Bears…


Aggies getting beat 6-4 in the 7th by Lamar

Oh he was there whistling away. The reports of his demise were greatly exaggerated.

Yes, but the Bears shut him up metaphorically. Big word for me.


Which lets you know that we no longer need pitchers and batters to have a game. Sadly, if this trend continues strike outs are going up.

As I recall, the batter got in the box about 5 seconds before the ump signaled the pitch clock violation. Which, as I understand, is correct. The batter has to be in the box and ready 10 seconds before the clock expires. And since he didn’t make the pitch, double violation.

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