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Ole Miss did not lose an out-of-conference baseball game at Swayze Field this season, cementing that note with a 10-3 drubbing Arkansas Pine Bluff on Wednesday.
The Rebels are 23-2 in non-conference games this season with one remaining in two weeks at Arkansas State. Here are some news and notes from the game as this team prepares to travel to Columbia this weekend to take on a South Carolina club playing its best baseball of the season.
- Grae Kessinger went 4-for-4 on this day with a double and three runs scored. He's hitting .311 and has been as productive and active in the leadoff spot as head coach Mike Bianco could ask this season.
"I am feeling good at the plate," Kessinger said. "This game is going to have its ups and downs but it is all about keeping a level head and that is what I am trying to do, not doo too much and be yourself."
The sophomore shortstop has 52 hits on the season and is slugging at a .417 mark.
- Dallas Woolfolk turned in a flawless eighth inning in which he struck out two hitters and flung fastballs consistently at 94 miles per hour. He was also flipping his secondary stuff into the zone and looked more like the power weapon out of the bullpen Ole Miss has been accustomed to seeing after struggling a bit in recent weeks.
"I felt pretty good," Woolfolk said. "I cannot thank the coaching staff enough for sticking behind me. You find out how to grow in times of struggle."
Woolfolk says he lost confidence for a bit but quickly regained it and thinks his velocity has been on the uptick as a byproduct of that. He's a vital piece to the Ole Miss bullpen down the home stretch of the season and today was certainly a good sign for him and the ballclub.
"That came back naturally with confidence," Woolfolk said. "It has helped me get along this rough ride, but I am back. It has been about clearing the mind, having positive thoughts and getting back to my roots."
Bianco was pleased with what he saw from the All-American as well.
"He was impressive," Bianco said. "He is a piece that is nice to have in the bullpen. He looked more confident not only with velocity but with command. He looked more like himself."
- Bianco bore more good news concerning the bullpen on this night. He said Houston Roth threw in the bullpen and will travel with team this weekend. The sophomore right-hander has been hampered the last two weeks with a hamstring injury and appears to be getting healthier from Bianco's report.
"I think he will be ready to throw this weekend," Bianco said. "He threw a bullpen today and looked good, looked strong."
- Anthony Servideo mashed his first collegiate home run well over the right-field bullpen in the second inning. Servideo played second base and shortstop late in the game and looked sharp defensively.
"You can see how good he is," Bianco said. "He made a couple of excellent plays in the four-hole and covers so much ground. He can swing it too. He had a good fall offensively and will be a good offensive player for us."
Ole Miss returns to action on Friday against the Gamecocks. First pitch is set for 6:00 p.m. CT.
Unblemished in midweek games in 2018, Ole Miss' maturity and sense of focus surfaced again in the form of seven runs in the first two innings in a 10-3 bludgeoning of Arkansas State to move to 11-0 in such contests this season.
The Rebels picked up their 30th win overall and improved to 22-1 in non-conference games, neither of which are easy feats. It is a testament to this team's maturity and the focus it brings to the park each day. Head coach Mike Bianco thinks it is more than that as well.
"It is maturity, but what does that mean? It means you show up and you're present," Bianco said. "You don't take nights off and you are super focused. Beyond that, it has a lot to do with the offense. The offense shows up. We have talked so much about it, but the offense shows up every day. They don't have a ton of runs one day and have a couple tough games. Every day we put innings together and give ourselves a chance to win."
That offense arrived early and blitzed Arkansas State starter Zachary Patterson and took control of the game in the first two frames.
The Oxford duo of Thomas Dillard and Grae Kessinger homered in this game. Dillard demolished a fastball that curled inside the right field foul pole and sailed into disappearance. Kessinger, three batters earlier, deposited a similar looking fastball over the left field fence. It made for a four-run second inning that put the Rebels in cruise control the remainder of the way.
"I just didn't know if it was going to go foul," Dillard said. "I hit a similar one against Arkansas that went foul but there was a little more wind. I was just hoping it stayed fair."
While Dillard snapped a dry spell with his eighth homer of the season, Ryan Olenek stayed hot, extending his hitting streak to 16 games before exiting the contest in the fifth after fouling a baseball off of his toe. Bianco said the junior right fielder will be fine. Olenek is on a torrid pace in SEC play, batting over .500 with 30 hits. He will continue be a key cog in this offense as the team dives into the back half of its SEC schedule.
Ole Miss also found maturity on the mound from a senior and a freshman.
Jordan Fowler scattered five hits and surrendered just one run in five innings. He picked up his fourth win of the season as his solidly consistent freshman campaign rolled on. The left-hander most always looks composed and in control of the baseball game when he is on the mound. He struck out four.
"We wanted to get him some innings and tonight he was terrific," Bianco said. "He was in the strike zone, a lot of first-pitch strikes, fastball on both sides of the plate, two different breaking balls, a handful of changeups. I thought he was terrific."
Senior Will Stokes gave an inning and two-thirds, allowing just one hit and no runs. Stokes is a veteran presence who has done a little bit of a lot in his career and is an important piece of a bullpen that has been the backbone of this team for most of the season.
"Mindset is always to fill up the zone," Stokes said. "That is what I always try to do is make sure I hit my spots, put it in play and let my fielders handle it."
After yet another midweek win, the Rebels turn back to SEC play. Ole Miss hosts Georgia this weekend. First pitch Friday set for 6:30 p.m. CT.
OXFORD, Miss. - A heavy dosage of mid-90s fastballs was the remedy for James McArthur's six innings of two-hit baseball in a 5-0, series-clinching win over Tennessee on Sunday afternoon. The junior right-hander worked both sides of the plate, as well as the top and bottom of the strike zone, keeping the Volunteer offense off balance for the entirety of his outing.
"Filling up the zone with fastballs," McArthur said of his day. "A whole lot of fastballs today, working up in the zone and bringing it back down to the knees when I need to. A lot of fastballs and attacking hitters with them."
McArthur found a rhythm from the first pitch on and really didn't have many stressful innings aside from stranding a pair of runners twice in the first three frames. Tennessee struggled to barrel up the lanky righty's heater and sparsely made hard contact as he worked in enough breaking balls to keep them honest.
"I thought he was terrific," Bianco said. "I think sometimes you can get caught up in the strikeouts because we can strike some people out. He had four today. When you are in the SEC and go six innings without giving up a run and really only a couple hard hit balls, he really controlled both sides of the plate."
Parker Caracci took the baseball from McArthur in the seventh and struck out seven hitters in the final three innings as the two combined for a four-hit shutout. After a six-run seventh inning doomed Ole Miss on Friday night, its pitching staff gave up just one run over its final 20 innings of baseball.
"We knew could pitch," Bianco said. "I am just proud of the way we responded after we gave up eight on Friday. Certainly, that had a lot to do with our fielding and only having one inning in which we couldn't get off the field. To answer after that, to swing it really well and pitch it really well over the last two days and play clean defense says a lot about how we are playing."
McArthur received an early cushion when Jacob Adams demolished a 1-2 fastball inside over the right field fence in Ole Miss' first at bat of the game.
Ole Miss hit three home runs on the day, coming from Cole Zabowski in the sixth and a two-run shot off the bat of Thomas Dillard in the eighth to put the game away. Ole Miss scored 18 runs this weekend and Adams was 6-for-10 with five RBI and two runs scored.
"Really just staying agreossive and hunting fastballs and adjusting to the off speed," Adams said. "Just aggressive with my approach."
He has looked sharp at second base. After sitting out of fall practice with a broken foot, Adams thinks he is getting more comfortable at his position.
"I definitely have gotten more comfortable as the season has gone on," Adams said. "Just getting confident with certain plays I have been able to make in practice and carrying it over to the game. I felt pretty comfortable over there."
Adams is hitting .366 with a pair of home runs and now a six-hit weekend in his SEC debut.
"Just a great weekend," Bianco said. "There's a kid who was here this fall but didn't get to play. He kept his head up and when he has gotten his opportunities he has played really well."
The Rebels' other six-hit weekend came in just two games for shortstop Grae Kessinger, who did not play on Sunday due to injury. Anthony Servideo manned shortstop in his place and Adams hit in the leadoff slot. Bianco said there was a chance Kessinger could've played today but elected not to as a precaution. He believes the sophomore will not be out for an extended period of time.
Caracci's dominance allowed Ole Miss to rest veteran closer Dallas Woolfolk this weekend, a guy the team will heavily rely on to get through the grind of an SEC season. This was a good start to the weekend for this team and its confidence. Bianco was happy with how the Rebels responded to a Friday night defeat and was pleased with how Ole Miss played in all three phases after that.
The Rebels return to action on Tuesday morning against New Orleans before hitting the road for a series at Texas A&M next weekend. First pitch on Tuesday is slated for 11 a.m.
The timely hits just keep coming for No. 9 Ole Miss.
A Thomas Dillard walk loaded the bases one at-bat after Ole Miss had chased Tulane starter Keegan Gillies who had turned in six innings of one-run ball scattering four hits to that point. Senior center fielder Will Golsan dug in and laced a 1-1, 90-mph offering into left field for a two-RBI base hit that gave the Rebels their first lead of the day.
"I was just trying to stick to my approach and keep finding solid contact," Golsan said. "One finally fell. You just have to stay within yourself, tell yourself it is going to come and keep competing up there."
Two batters later Cooper Johnson lifted his second home run of the weekend into the left field bullpen to blow the game open at 6-2. It was the second day in a row Ole Miss put up a five-spot in the sixth inning and let its bullpen seize control of the game the rest of the way. This team has frequently found the timely hit when needed through the first seven games of this season and Sunday was just the latest piece of evidence to back it up.
"I knew I had it off the bat," Johnson said. "The vibe in the dugout is that the offense is going to move runners along, get a bunt down or do something. One through nine there aren't really any holes. It's a pretty safe and reassuring feeling. You don't have to do something special every single time. Someone is going to have your back behind you or in front of you. It is pretty special."
Johnson's first two career home runs both came this weekend as a highlight to what has been a much quicker start at the plate for the gifted sophomore catcher.
"It's just confidence," Johnson said. "Hitting before the game and in the mornings, sticking to the process and not trying to do too much. See the ball and hit the ball. Trying to find a fastball early in counts and adjusting to the breaking ball."
His head coach has seen Johnson hit well the last two fall seasons and seen him rebound from some natural freshman struggles from a year ago.
"Last year was a little tough on him," head coach Mike Bianco said. "He plays with emotion and wants to do so well, to fall off a little offensively last year, that hurt him. But he has gotten off to a great start this year and really looks good."
The first five innings the story was on the mound. James McArthur battled through an early run in the first to put up four scoreless frames to match Gillies, whose lone blemish came in the fourth when Dillard demolished a fastball well over the right field wall. McArthur exited the game in the sixth with the Rebels trailing 2-1. He scattered six hits and yielded a single earned run in an outing stronger than the box score would lead one to believe.
"I thought he was really good today and that is a really good offense over there," Bianco said. "They pressure you in a lot of ways. They get a lot of good swings off and some scary swings. They are very physical in the middle of the lineup. They have six or seven guys in the middle of the lineup that you really have to pitch to. I thought James was excellent."
Jordan Fowler and Greer Holston helped the Rebels strand a pair of runners in two different innings and Dallas Woolfolk's fourth save completed Ole Miss' second consecutive sweep to start the season 7-0 for the second time in as many years.
"I think you have to take it for what it is," Bianco said. "I think last year they didn't know what to expect. They had a lot of success in the first couple weeks and with all the accolades coming in I think people kind of anointed us and we didn't handle the adversity when it came. I think guys are a little more weathered than this year, but we will see. I like the way we are playing."
Ole Miss has played well in all three phases early on this season. The rotation has given up just two earned runs in 32.1 innings so far this season and the bullpen has put the clamp down on offenses to follow them in the late innings. The lineup is hitting well from Grae Kessinger--who has 13 hits in these seven games--at the top all the way down behind him. The middle of the order has proved to be physical and was the driving force behind the pair of five-run sixth innings the last two days.
"I think this has a different feel," Johnson said. "We are a really close team. Just the depth, the defense and offense and with our pitching staff. I have never played on a team like it. It is really special."
Ole Miss returns to action on Tuesday at home against Murray State before hitting the road for the first time this year next weekend with a three-game set at Long Beach State. First pitch on Tuesday is slated for 4 p.m. CT.
It was not quite the typical day at the ballpark for No. 9 Ole Miss, but it was certainly an efficient one as the Rebels put two in the win column over Tulane after Friday night's game was postponed in the fifth inning due to rain.
Game one of this series resumed at noon Saturday with Ole Miss clinging to a 2-1 lead. Will Ethridge replaced Ryan Rolison because of the overnight delay and put up scoreless sixth and seventh innings while Cole Zabowski and Cooper Johnson put a pair of 1-0 offerings in the seats in the bottom of the seventh for some needed insurance. Zabowski sent a fastball over the center field wall and Johnson placed a breaking ball in the Ole Miss bullpen in left field as part of a three-run inning that resulted in a 5-1 lead for the Rebels.
Ethridge ran into some trouble in the eighth when back-to-back doubles turned into a three-run shot from Matt Rowland that made it a 5-4 game, but Will Stokes and Dallas Woolfolk put the clamps on the Green Wave rally and secured the final six outs Ole Miss needed for the win.
After a 45 minute intermission between games, Ole Miss put up arguably its most efficient win of the year in which the offense exploded for nine runs and Brady Feigl turned in six innings of two-hit ball on just 73 pitches. Fiegl overcame an unearned run in a first inning that saw him strike out all three hitters and put together as efficient of an outing as he's had during his career.
"I think efficient is not even fair," Mike Bianco said. "He was super dominant against what I consider to be a good offense. It was a tough day to pitch with the wind gushing out and I thought he was electric, maybe the best outing he has had here and that is saying a lot."
The junior righty found his slider in the early innings and mixed the changeup in during the second and third time through the order. Feigl moved to 2-0 on the season.
"A big part of what they talked to me about is attacking the zone and trying to get ahead because it makes things a lot easier," Feigl said. "I think it definitely helped."
Oddly enough, Feigl's exit was due mostly to a long, five-run sixth inning the offense put together that blew the ballgame open. He certainly did not mind.
"When your offense does that it is hard to complain," Feigl said with a grin.
That's been the story in five of the six games the Rebels have played this season. The offense has backed the pitching staff with ample breathing room to operate, and the most encouraging sign to Bianco is that it is coming from all over. It's started at the top of the order with Grae Kessinger's 11 hits in six games. Kessinger homered in the bottom of the first in game two and sent a double off the left-center wall that brought another run across in the fifth. The sophomore shortstop has been as productive as Bianco could possibly ask for in the leadoff slot through six games.
Kessinger has taken an aggressive approach of jumping on fastballs early in counts and it's paid dividends.
"I am seeing it well and being aggressive," Kessinger said. "My swing feels good and it is all just working right now. Everything is going well and I just want to stick to my approach and keep being aggressive."
He's seeing pitches when he needs to, though. He worked a full count walk in the first game and has only struck out twice in 18 at-bats so far this year.
"I thought him answering in the first inning after we went down was huge," Bianco said. "He has had a lot of big hits for us early on this season."
Zabowski homered for the second time this year and Johnson's was the first of his career. Chase Cockrell went 2-for-3 in game two. He and Zabowski are a couple of batters in the middle of the Ole Miss order that have shown some pop along with Tim Elko and Tyler Keenan, which encouraged the Ole Miss head coach.
"You're expecting that from some of those young guys in Elko and Keenan," Bianco said. "We have some physical hitters in the middle there. He is off to a good start and swinging it well."
Aside from a lapse or two in a couple innings, Ole Miss has defended well this year and particularly this weekend. Thomas Dillard, Will Golsan and Olenek made plays that potentially saved runs in the outfield. Fortes started a huge 3-6-1 double play that got the Rebels out of a slippery spot in a one-run contest in the eighth inning of game one.
"I thought we were outstanding on defense," Bianco said. "One of the things I challenged and we wanted to improve was outfield defense. It's not that we were bad but the great teams have difference makers out there. We have a catcher and two shortstops out there and they make the regular play. Today, they made some great plays with Golsan making a couple of sensational plays as did Olenek, and Thomas made a great play on Friday night. Those change the game."
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Sitting atop the Ole Miss lineup and the first to dig into the batter's box, a conscious effort to be aggressive early in counts from shortstop Grae Kessinger has led to a productive beginning to his sophomore campaign. And on this day in particular, it netted a 4-for-5 day at the plate with three runs scored in an 8-6 win over Memphis.
"I'm just trying to be aggressive," Kessinger said. "That's really all it is. Let the swings take care of itself. Don't overthink it and just play ball like I have my whole life."
Kessinger tattooed the first pitch he saw in the game to left field. His second at-bat he laced a double early in the count that put Memphis in a second-and-third situation with no one out.
"He's getting a lot of good swings off," head coach Mike Bianco said. "I even said that in the first two games when he didn't necessarily get a ton of hits but was getting good swings off. That has really been the difference this year. Last year, he looked like a freshman at times. This year he is getting a lot of hits like tonights and getting some really good swings off."
It isn't just fastballs either in the leadoff slot. He got inside a breaking ball for the extra-base hit and took it the opposite way down the line in right.
"First-pitch breaking ball he hit well tonight," Bianco said. "He is really seeing it well."
The benefit of Kessinger's production as the leadoff hitter? Nick Fortes for starters. Kessinger's first hit set the table for Fortes to demolish a first-pitch fastball over the left field fence and give starter Houston Roth an early cushion.
"It was a fastball right where I like them," Fortes said. "I knew that one was out."
The junior catcher made Memphis' second-and-third predicament in the third inning prove costly as well when he clubbed a changeup into the Ole Miss bullpen for his second home run of the night. It blew the game open at 5-0 in favor of the Rebels in the third. Fortes was 3-for-4 with six RBI.
"I kind of needed that breakout game," Fortes said. "I needed a night like tonight to get me going."
Ole Miss plated four runs total in the third, and it was enough for Roth to leave the game after four innings with a 6-2 lead. Roth struck out six in his 77-pitch outing, and his lone blemish came in his final inning when he left one up in the zone to Tiger hitter Kevin O'Keefe, whose two-run shot put Memphis on the board. The sophomore righty battled through some long innings when the Rebels were scoring runs and Memphis was changing pitchers to earned the win in his first career start.
"I felt good," Roth said. "I wasn't fatigued as the game wore on."
Memphis slowly clawed its way back into the game to a degree with a run in the fifth to make it 8-3 and one more in eighth to shave the deficit once more. Will Stokes took the ball from Greer Holston in the eighth and inherited a two-on, no-out situation with the Tigers trailing by four. The senior righty whiffed O'Keefe--who had already homered in the game--for a big first out and then induced two fly balls to allow Ole Miss to escape the jam.
"I really thought that was important," Bianco said. "If you're going to have a good bullpen, guys have to come in and put that fire out. Come in with runners on when the fire is hot and deliver some pitches. Will did that."
Memphis threatened with two more in the ninth, but All-American closer Dallas Woolfolk relieved Stokes in his second inning of work and put out the last necessary proverbial fire to preserve the team's fourth win of the year.
It's the third time in four games Ole Miss has recorded double-digit hits. With the well-documented struggles at the plate in 2017, this has certainly been a positive sign for Bianco in the early stages of the season.
"We think we have a good offense," Bianco said. "What I am really proud of is we've done it with a lot of different people. It hasn't been the same guys every night."
Fortes described the early success at the plate best, attributing it to guys getting experience under their belt and growing as hitters as they get deeper into their careers.
"We are a little more mature," Fortes said. "We are not letting at-bats early in the game get to us late. We are learning and adjusting as the game goes on and I think that has been the biggest difference."
OXFORD, Miss - Grae Kessinger got just enough of the bat on a breaking ball on the outside corner from Winthrop's Dalton Whitaker. The ball squirted towards the hole on the left side and grazed the outstretched glove of Eagle shortstop Mitch Spires. Tim Elko scored comfortably from third and Jacob Adams slid his hand onto home plate from second base.
This two-RBI base hit in the seventh inning of the series finale helped the Ole Miss clinch an opening weekend sweep for the third connective season.
"I was just trying to move the ball any way I could," Kessinger said. "A lot of off-speed was coming in as he was trying to get a big strikeout. I was just trying to get a barrel on it, found a hole."
A Whitaker wild pitch earlier in the at-bat moved Elko and Adams up a base, setting Adams up to be aggressive and snag the lead with an insurance run attached too.
"I knew it was going to be a close play," Adams said. "Coach Clement sent me and I just went all out. I knew it was bang-bang and thought I was safe. They looked at it, and sure enough, I was safe."
The play was so close it required a lengthy replay review that confirmed the original call. Head Coach Mike Bianco liked the aggressiveness of his team on the base path.
"My takeaway is how aggressive we were in all phases," Bianco said. "I thought guys took the extra base and were really aggressive."
It was a late breakthrough in what was an otherwise more difficult day at the plate for Ole Miss as it faced Winthrop ace Nate Pawelczyk for the first six innings of the game. The right-hander had good control of his fastball and slider, turned in six innings of one-hit ball and gave his team a chance. Ole Miss stayed patient and cracked the code to the Eagle bullpen upon Pawelczyk's exit.
"It takes all kinds," Bianco said. "They run out their ace today and we knew it would be a challenge. We didn't quite get the swings off that we did in the first two, a lot of check swings and unsure swings today. That shows you how good he really is. We didn't have many opportunities. Grae gets two strikes with their closer in. We talk about winning those little battles and that is one of them."
Conversely, the Rebel bullpen carried the baton after James McArthur exited after the fifth inning and allowed just two Winthrop base runners over the final four frames. McArthur admittedly did not have his best stuff, and his fastball command was not quite as precise as it usually is, but he still managed to give five strong innings and allowed a single unearned run on four hits.
"Coach B is always talking about making a pitch to get out of the inning," McArthur said. "I put myself in some predicaments today, got behind on some guys, but I was proud of the way I battled. Getting my stuff back into the zone was the biggest part."
McArthur stuck out seven and walked three.
"He was able to take their blows," Bianco said. "Sometimes you have to do that. You don't have your best stuff and have to battle and compete. He really did that."
Jordan Fowler turned in two innings of scoreless relief in his Ole Miss debut. Will Ethridge worked around a two-out base hit for a clean eighth inning and Dallas Woolfolk slammed the door in the ninth for his first save of the year.
"When you look back, over 27 innings we only gave up one earned run the whole series," Bianco said. "When you're in game three and have Dallas Woolfolk and Will Ethridge that haven't thrown yet, you get to the seventh inning and it has been a pretty good weekend for us on the mound. There is no one better at the end than Dallas. As a coach, it makes you feel good when you have a lead and you are running him out there in the ninth."
Aside from the fielding mishaps Bianco alluded to, it was a solid weekend on the mound and at the plate for the Rebels. Ole Miss tallied 17 runs on 30 hits, and it came from all over. Thomas Dillard had a three-hit night on Friday that also saw Tim Rowe club a three-run bomb to give some early run support to Ryan Rolison. On Saturday, the three new entrants into the lineup--Cole Zabowski, Tim Elko and Chase Cockrell--went 6-for-10 with four RBIs and five runs scored. Kessinger and Fortes each had a four-hit weekend.
It was an eclectic blend of veterans and newcomers producing at the plate.
"It was really that way the whole weekend," Bianco said. "Every new guy that batted got a hit."
Winthrop recorded four runs on 15 hits and only one was an earned run charged to the Ole Miss staff as Bianco mentioned earlier. Fowler filled up the zone in his first look at game action, as did Parker Caracci, who pitched a scoreless ninth on Saturday night in his first career appearance. Houston Roth and Ethridge looked similar to their productive form in 2017, and it all resulted in Ole Miss sweeping a Winthrop team projected to win the Big South Conference this season.
"I think one of the big takeaways is that so many guys played well and looked like they belong," Bianco said.
Ole Miss returns action on Tuesday against Memphis. Houston Roth will have the baseball for the Rebels. First pitch is slated for 4 p.m. CT.
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