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Big Innings Send Rams To Sweep Of Wolf Pack

NEW ORLEANS, La-- The University of Mobile baseball team used an eight-run 7th inning in the finale to finish off a doubleheader sweep over Loyola University Tuesday in a pair of seven-inning non-conference games. Mobile won the opener 6-4, followed by a 10-5 victory in the finale. Mobile (4-1) visits Talladega for a three-game series this weekend, starting with a 1 pm game Friday.

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Rams Open Season With 8-2 Victory

MOBILE, Ala-- A four-run 6th inning made Ryan Hines' 7-inning gem stand up, as the University of Mobile baseball team defeated Talladega College 8-2 to start the 2013 season. Hines (1-0) limited the Tornadoes to two runs on four hits in 7 innings of work, while fanning nine and walking only two. Jeff Price worked two innings of scoreless relief to finish out the game.

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Former Ram Makes First Major League Start

MOBILE, Ala-- Former University of Mobile and St. Paul's Episcopal product Kyle McPherson made his first Major League start tonight for the Pittsburgh Pirates against the Milwaukee Brewers, giving up two runs on seven hits, with one walk and two strikeouts in 4.1 innings of work. McPherson made his big league debut Aug. 20 with two innings of one-hit, shutout relief against the San Diego Padres, and has gone on to post a 1.54 ERA in 11.2 innings of relief this season for the Pirates prior to Wednesday's start.

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Former Ram Kyle McPherson Makes MLB Debut

SAN DIEGO, Calif-- Just hours after being called up by the Pittsburgh Pirates from Triple-A Indianapolis, former University of Mobile Ram and Mobile, Ala., native Kyle McPherson made his Major League Baseball debut against the San Diego Padres. McPherson entered the game in relief in the 6th inning, and went on to work 2 innings of one-hit shutout relief. He struck out two and walked none, throwing 19 of 26 pitches for strikes.

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Rams' Season Comes To An End At SSAC Tournament

COLUMBUS, Ga-- The University of Mobile baseball team saw its season come to an end Friday, falling 4-9 to 16th-ranked Auburn University-Montgomery on day two of the SSAC Tournament. Mobile ends the season with a 25-25 overall record. The Warhawks jumped on Mobile with seven runs over the first three innings and never looked back. After the Rams went down in order in the top of the 1st, Adam Russell hit a two-out, three-run double in the bottom half of the inning.

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No. 5 Flames Take Down Rams At SSAC Tourney

COLUMBUS, Ga-- The 5th-ranked Lee University Flames topped the University of Mobile 11-6 Thursday in the opening round of the 2012 SSAC Baseball Tournament. Mobile (25-24) will play an elimination game Friday at 1 pm EST against the loser of the William Carey v. AUM game. Lee jumped to a 7-0 lead in the first three innings, and it was too much for the Rams to overcome. Mobile tried to rally with six runs over the final four innings, but fell short. Patrick Merkling picked up the win for Faulkner after limiting the Rams to one earned run on six hits in 6 innings of work.

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UMobile Baseball Players Honored By SSAC

MOBILE, Ala-- Several University of Mobile baseball players were honored by the Southern States Athletic Conference Thursday. Braxton Hamil was tabbed the SSAC Freshman of the Year, and named to the All-Freshmen Team. Hamil, a freshman from Mobile, Ala., started 46 games for the Rams, hitting .306 with a .414 on base percentage. He leads the team with 19 doubles and 36 RBI. Hamil was also named to the Gold Glove Team, where he was joined by teammates Justin Beck and Brady King.

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