Auburn's Arnold Hughey shut down Alabama for a complete game victory Saturday in Tuscaloosa…
Tigers Pour On The Mayo In Victory Over Tide
Tuscaloosa, Ala.--Alabama starter Wade LeBlanc dominated Friday night's game between Auburn and the Crimson Tide for the better part of seven innings, but there's a reason they play nine and the Tigers showed why in an 8-2 victory in game one of a three-game series. Auburn (25-11, 7-6 SEC) scored two in the seventh and six in the ninth to walk away with the win over a struggling Alabama (22-14, 4-9) team. Auburn Coach Steve Renfroe said it was a tough win because of LeBlanc's outing on the mound. "We bounced a couple through, but I don't think we ever got to him," Renfroe said. "We battled and I think we were fortunate to get into a count where he had to come to the guy and I thought Kyle Mayo did a great job. We were fortunate to be in a 3-2 count and running, but that's just baseball. That's going to happen. You're going to go right at a number nine guy and he just stepped up big for us today. That kid is as good as we've seen in a long time and we were very fortunate." Entering...
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