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Baseball vs. Ole Miss 2

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Photo by Photo by Abby Collida

The Texas A&M Baseball team improved their record to 19-5 with a second win over Ole Miss Friday night. 

Texas A&M Baseball beat the Ole Miss Rebels in the second game of the series at Blue Bell Park 7-6 Saturday night. 

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  • Prior to the game, the team has some fun in the outfield. 

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  • A group of Ole Miss Rebels take a few minutes to pray together prior to the first pitch. 

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  • The Rebels line up together during the National Anthem. 

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  • Sophomore shortstop Braden Shewmake hustles to first. 

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  • Sophomore pitcher John Doxakis had 7 strikeouts against the Rebels. 

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  • Aggie fans celebrate after a play is reversed by the refs. 

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  • Freshman first baseman Will Frizzell was named MVP of the game. 

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  • Sophomore shortstop Braden Shewmake warms up between innings. 

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  • Ole Miss lost the second game in a row against the Aggies. The two face off for the last game in the series on Saturday. 

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  • There were a few tense moments in Blue Bell Park as Head Coach Rob Childress talked with the head ref in a successful attempt to reverse a call. 

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  • The Rebels racked up 6 runs against the Aggies. 

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  • An Ole Miss player hustles to first base while watching the ball. 

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  • Junior catcher Cole Bedford gives sophomore pitcher John Doxakis a pat on the back in between pitches. 

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  • When an opponent walks an Aggie, fans in Blue Bell Park chant “ball 4!” repeatedly, increasing with the number of balls thrown, and cheer when the pitcher breaks the streak and throws a strike. 

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  • Michael Fitzsimmons rallied for the Rebels during the top of the 8th, hitting a homer and knocking in 4 RBIs. 

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  • Junior third baseball Alone Wingate had 6 assists Friday. 

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  • Sophomore pitcher John Doxakis has thrown 51 strikeouts during his time in Aggieland. 

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  • The team celebrates with high fives after a 7-6 win over Ole Miss. 

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