TUSCALOOSA, Ala. – Alabama baseball started its annual Fall World Series on Thursday afternoon at Sewell-Thomas Stadium with things ending in favor of the Crimson, 6-4.
The opening half of the two-day event featured strong pitching performances from Landon green and Brock Guffey. Green got the start of the Gray squad, and threw 3.0 pointless frames with three strokes. Guffey came in relief for the Crimson and acted. Junior struck out five over his 3.1 pointless innings while allowing just one hit.
Crimson’s offensive production was highlighted by a two-run home run from Jackson tate. The junior contributed with two hits, two RBIs and a couple of races in match one to go with the roundabout. The Gray team recorded a couple of extra-base hits with both Sam Praytor and Will patota doubling in the game. The double was part of Patota’s three highest hits.
Alabama will end the Fall World Series on Friday afternoon at The Joe. Game two in the continuous series begins with 6-4 points. The Gray squad will call to the left Connor Prielipp while Crimson counters with other Southpaw Antoine Jean.
In accordance with the COVID-19 guidelines, access to Alabama baseball activities on site is closed to the public. Gates to Sewell-Thomas Stadium will not be open, and fans are strictly forbidden to enter the facility.
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