Pitching rotation set

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Both Mississippi State and Ole Miss have set their pitching rotations for this weekend’s series at Dudy Noble Field.

Friday (3 p.m.): MSU LHP Forrest Moore (1-1, 6.75 ERA) vs. UM RHP Lance Lynn (3-0, 1.69).
Saturday (6 p.m.): MSU LHP Justin Pigott (2-1, 3.79) vs. UM RHP Cody Satterwhite (2-0, 3.00).
Sunday (1:30 p.m.): MSU RHP Ricky Bowen (1-2, 10.20) vs. UM LHP Nathan Baker (1-1, 4.11).

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7 Responses to “Pitching rotation set”

  1. imabulldog Says:

    Gotta love those ERA’s 🙂

  2. theconquistador Says:

    If you like those then you’ll love Crosswhite’s…13.50

  3. jaybirdms Says:

    Just close your eyes and hope for the best this weekend.

  4. imabulldog Says:

    Thats what Im doing bird

  5. theconquistador Says:

    I don’t mean to be “gloom and doom” but I really don’t like our chances this weekend. We just aren’t a good baseball team right now in nearly every aspect except fielding %. I’m going to go ahead and call in…Ole Miss sweeps.

    On the bright side…The first game against Baylor 6 players in the line-up were either freshmen or sophmores. Also, Polk was on the radio this morning in the Jackson area and he was VERY HIGH on the freshman. He said something that I didn’t know. The top 4 batting averages on this team are owned by freshmen. He said that the future is bright.

  6. jaybirdms Says:

    dor, i think most of us state fans are fearful (and expecting) of a sweep this weekend. I hope we can get better as the season goes along.

  7. thespear Says:

    I just want one win against the rebs!!!!!!!!!!!

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