Tigers Dominate Vanderbilt in Game 1

13-2 Vanderbilt had a big game tonight against LSU. The game was gridlocked at 0-0 after the 1st. After that, it wasn’t close. It was not the best night on the mound for the Commodores. Devin Futrell lasted only 36 pitches and 1 full inning before being replaced by Patrick Reilly, who didn’t have his... Continue Reading →

VandyBoys Fall Short After a Wild Ride

Vanderbilt’s dreams of a repeat baseball championship ended with a 9-0 loss to Mississippi State, ending the craziest Commodore World Series run ever.   To recap:  It started with a back and forth contest with Arizona which the Dores finally took in the 12th inning.  Next, a single homerun was the only blemish in Leiter’s otherwise... Continue Reading →

Injury Update: Carter Young and Troy Laneve

The injuries keep piling up for the Vandyboys, especially over the last couple weeks. The pitching staff has already been decimated by injuries which include season-ending injures to Michael Doolin and Sam Hliboki, plus Miles Garret and Ethan Smith have been sidelined for quite a while. Unfortunately, the injuries continued this week at Hawkins field.... Continue Reading →

VandyBoys Roster Breakdown

For Tim Corbin and the rest of the Vanderbilt program, it’s been a roller coaster the last year and a half. From Winning a College World Series Title in June of 2019, to having most of the 2020 Campaign canceled suddenly due to the pandemic, to now beginning to ramp up Fall Camp for the 2021... Continue Reading →

3 VandyBoys Named All-Americans

Three Vandyboys have been named 2020 Collegiate Baseball All-Americans. These nominees include IF Austin Martin (first team), RHP Mason Hickman (second team), and RHP Jack Leiter (freshman team). All three of these talented players had very impressive seasons even though it was unfortunately cut short. The 2020 campaign was an intriguing one for Coach Corbin... Continue Reading →

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