The SEC baseball season continues with a wide slate on Wednesday.
12 of the 14 teams in the conference will be in action all afternoon and evening. Three games will go down at 3 p.m., as 15th-ranked Georgia, Kentucky and top-ranked Vanderbilt all partake in games against nonconference foes. The Dawgs play host to Jacksonville State, Kentucky welcomes Boston College while the Commodores play ETSU. Vandy has won their last four entering play on Wednesday, while the Dawgs are coming off of a win themselves. Kentucky, sitting at 8-3 on the year, has won their last five after getting out to a 3-3 start on the season.
The action continues on with five games taking place at 4 p.m. Arkansas, Ole Miss, Alabama, Mississippi State and South Carolina will all be in action. The Rebels have the toughest task ahead of them as they face the 25th-ranked East Carolina Pirates. It’s the only Top 25 showdown going on in the SEC on Wednesday, and should be a tough test for the Rebs. Arkansas, meanwhile, will play Charlotte, while Alabama plays South Dakota State. Rounding things out, Mississippi State plays host to Arkansas-Pine Bluff and South Carolina squares off with Gardner-Webb.
At 5 p.m., Auburn battles UT Martin. The 18th-ranked Tigers are 10-2 this season and 8-1 at home so far. They are winners of five in a row to this point, having not lost since two Saturdays ago against UCF. They took the first game against the Skyhawks on Tuesday, and now will look for a quick two-games weep. Then, at 6 p.m., the Florida Gators will play FGCU in Gainesville. Florida has won four in a row but sit 10-4 on the young season. Only Mizzou has more losses than the Gators so far, as they’ve gotten off to a bit of a skittish start out of the gate.
Finally, two games will go down at 7:30. LSU will battle Holy Cross while Texas A&M faces Abilene Christian. LSU is reeling a little bit, as they’ve lost three in a row, having been swept by Texas this past weekend. They will now hope for better success before their weekend series with Cal comes around. Texas A&M, meanwhile, will look to keep their winning ways up. They’ve won four in a row, having picked up wins over Baylor, TCU, Houston and Texas A&M-Corpus Christi over the last few days.