The Savannah State University baseball team won its final two games of the fall season over the weekend against the University of South Carolina-Salkehatchie. The Tigers' record for the short fall season was 3-1. The team seems to be synced together and playing to their potential.
The Tigers victory didn’t come easy over the weekend. The strength of the Tigers pitching staff made both game wins possible.
“We had a couple of tough games but we pulled it out. That’s all that matters.” said outfielder Mason Callaway. The Tigers pitchers gave up a total of three hits in two games.
The Tigers know the real battle comes doing the spring. The Tigers' last two seasons have not gone well and the pressure is on for the 2018 season. Expectations are high from the players as well as coaches. “We look good and I like our chances in the MEAC,” said pitcher Alex Pierce.
The first spring game is Feb. 17 at Tigers Field at Farleigh Dickinson University.
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