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Baseball team moves past tornado days after storm

For many residents of city, the tornado that tore through Tuscaloosa 365 days ago was a wake-up call. The storms were a literal wake-up call for Alabama relief pitcher Nathan Kennedy who had recently received a steroid shot in his back to treat an injury, and was asleep in his bed. Had it not been ...

Loss hurts Bama's chance at tournament

The Alabama Crimson Tide, trying to make a late push for a possible bid in the Southeastern Conference tournament, lost out on a sweep of the Vanderbilt Commodores with a loss on Sunday. Despite playing great games on Friday and Saturday, Alabama faltered late and let the Commodores come from behind ...

Baseball has a flair for the dramatic

Early in the season, Sewell-Thomas Stadium saw a lot of dropped jaws exiting the building after losing numerous games it should not have, like to Florida Atlantic and Oral Roberts. Today, the Joe is still seeing dropped jaws.

Tide opportunistic in win over Vandy

Finding Alabama’s offense in the 2012 season has almost required a search party. Head coach Mitch Gaspard has admitted throughout out the course of the season that his staff has tried everything to get the team going. In the instances when the Crimson Tide gets a good start, it is hard stop.

Bama hosting two tune-ups this week

Alabama will try to find answers for its shortcomings before it faces another brutal Southeastern Conference weekend in hosting Mississippi Valley State on Tuesday and Wednesday night, with first pitch set for 6:05 both nights. Alabama, having just been swept by the No.

Blazers snap Tide's winning streak in extra innings

The UAB Blazers have proven to have the perfect blueprint to beating Alabama this season. After holding Alabama scoreless in a 12-inning game on March 27, the Blazers came to Tuscaloosa and beat the Crimson Tide 9-1. Alabama head coach Mitch Gaspard said he thought his team came out flat for the game. “They ...

Leadership key to not creating a 2010 repeat

In part one of this three-part series of columns, you (hopefully) read my take on the football team’s new class of young guys, which was highly positive, in summation. This presents a problem.