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Tide Baseball Alum Kolby Robinson Set To Open Training Facility
Former Alabama baseball infielder Kolby Robinson announced via his Facebook page that he was opening his own indoor training facility for athletes of all ages and sports. The complex is set to be called 256 Sports Academy located in Florence, AL.
Alabama Baseball Midseason Report
We are officially halfway through the college baseball season and the Alabama Crimson Tide is currently 16-12 and 2-7 in conference.
Alabama Baseball Alumni In The MLB
The MLB has officially returned for the 2021 season and Alabama has no shortage of representation. In honor of opening week, here are our former Crimson Tide players in Major League Baseball.
Bama Baseball Once Again Without Connor Prielipp
The Tide will once again be without ace pitcher Connor Prielipp as the team takes on Tennessee in a home series this weekend. Bama baseball is currently 1-5 in SEC play and has lost six games straight. Prielipp pitched the opening game on February 19th with a 0.00 ERA in 5 innings and has not played…
Hope For Updated Spring Seating Capacities
With news of Texas and Mississippi lifting Covid-19 restrictions, hope is on the horizon. Alabama governor, Kay Ivey, announced she is lifting the state’s Covid-19 restrictions April 9th and does not intend on extending it beyond that date.
Alabama Baseball Ranked Top 25 in Preseason Polls
It is that time of year again folks. We are less than 25 days away from Alabama baseball and the team is ranked 25th in Baseball America’s preseason poll. This is the Tide’s first appearance on Baseball America’s preseason poll since 2014. Before COVID-19 put an end to last year…
The University of Alabama Has An Opt-In Ticket Problem
The latest outcry is due to Alabama men’s basketball tickets. Coleman Coliseum can hold up to 15,316 people. This year, there are only 390 student tickets available per game. The breakdown for the available 390 tickets is as follows: