Crimson Tide Massacred the Ole Miss Rebels via Run-Rule

Crimson Tide Massacred the Ole Miss Rebels via Run-Rule

Things were not going in favor of the Ole Miss Rebels Thursday night. The Alabama Crimson Tide required only seven innings to run-rule them 12-0. In addition, Austin Simmons suffered an injury.

According to pay per head bookie experts, the Rebels allowed two Crimson Tide runners in each of the game’s first three innings. However, Alabama broke the ice and scored its first run in the third frame.

The Alabama Crimson Tide strategically pushed the game away with a colossal nine-run fourth inning. They sealed the deal with a pair of runs in the fifth, leaving no room for the Rebels to recover. On Thursday night, Alabama showcased their prowess by getting 16 hits off Rebel pitchers, including two three-run home runs.

Crimson Tide Won Against Ole Miss Rebels via Run-Rule

Crimson Tide Massacred the Ole Miss Rebels via Run-RuleAccording to sportsbook PPH reports, the Tide’s offense was off the charts, with eight of their first nine batters getting at least one hit and three players netting three RBIs. Football and baseball sensation Austin Simmons replaced Ole Miss starting pitcher Riley Maddox (L, 2.6) in the fourth inning, which proved to be the game-deciding inning. After throwing four pitches, Simmons left the game due to what seemed to be an injury. Mitch Murrell came on to pitch the next 0.2 innings and took the loss, giving up seven earned runs.

Right-handed pitcher Ryne Rodriguez ended the game on the mound. However, he allowed two singles over three innings pitched.

The Rebels will play the rest of the weekend with the loss fresh in their minds; they’ll try to rebound in Game 2 on Friday night.

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