Posted March 29, 2013 on
AUBURN – The Alabama baseball team tried to mount a late inning rally, but came up short as the Crimson Tide dropped the second game of a Southeastern Conference series, 6-3, to the Auburn Tigers on Friday night from Plainsman Park. With the loss, Alabama falls to 17-11 overall and 6-2 in SEC play, while the Tigers improve to 16-11, 1-7 in conference play.
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AUBURN – Starting pitcher Charley Sullivan allowed one run in eight innings to lead the Alabama baseball team to a 6-2 Southeastern Conference win over the Auburn Tigers on Thursday night from Plainsman Park. With the win, Alabama improves to 17-10 and 6-1 in SEC play, while the Tigers fall to 15-11 and 0-7 in conference action.
The Auburn Tigers were looking for some more depth on the low post, and they found that on Saturday.
AUBURN – Spencer Turnbull threw Alabama’s first complete-game shutout in two years, leading the Crimson Tide to a 2-0 win over the Auburn Tigers in front of 3,911 fans at Plainsman Park on Saturday afternoon. With the victory, Alabama wins the Southeastern Conference series to improve to 18-11 overall and 7-2 in conference play. Auburn falls to 16-12 overall and 1-8 in SEC play.
Saturday morning's first day in full pads for the Auburn Tigers only meant Gus Malzahn wanted the offense moving even faster.
Auburn redshirt freshman offensive lineman Jordan Diamond discusses his excitement at being back on the football field this spring after an injury cut short his freshman year.
We continue our video look at the 2013 spring for the Auburn Tigers with a view of the punt returners and more defensive line drills.