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Wednesday’s SEC Baseball Preview: Times, TV schedule, watch online

Midweek action begins.

Let’s see what’s shaking in the SEC today.


3 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Following their sleep of Northeastern, Alabama will face Alabama State in their first midweek game of the year. The Tide will hope to keep their offensive outbursts going, as they scored 24 runs in the first three games. Their stout pitching worked out well too, as they allowed just three runs, all of which coming in the final game. Owen Diodati got off to a blistering start, hitting .667 with three homers and accrued 18 total bases.


4 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

South Carolina will look to extend their winning ways through midweek action as they host Presbyterian. The Gamecocks, like quite a few teams in the conference, are unbeaten so far as they swept Holy Cross over the weekend. The Gamecock offense racked up 24 runs in the series and allowed just four, all of which came in game two, as they posted two shutouts. Presbyterian College is the opposite, as the Blue Hose were swept by EKU over the weekend.


5 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Ole Miss dropped their opener to Louisville, but stormed back to take a big early season series over the Cardinals. At 2-1, the Rebels now head into midweek play against the Alcorn State Braves. Alcorn State is 2-1 as well, as they earned that record through the Andre Dawson Tournament against fellow teams of the SWAC. Anthony Servideo will be one to watch for the Rebs, as he hit .500 in the opening series against Louisville.


5:30 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Vandy was uprooted by Michigan over the weekend, but now the Commodores will look to get back on the right track. They will host South Alabama as part of their first home series of the year. They picked up a win to move to .500 on Tuesday, winning 3-0 over the Jags. Now they’ll look to prop themselves over the .500 mark and look to keep it that way thereafter.


6 p.m. ET | ESPN+

With three wins under their belt over Richmond, Georgia will now face Kennesaw State in their first midweek game of the year. The Dawgs got plenty of offense from their guys over the weekend, as they scored 21 runs and rattled off 30 hits. Tucker Bradley, Ben Anderson and Cam Shepherd were all instrumental in the team’s successes at the plate. Bradley, Anderson and Shepherd combined to go an even .500 (16-for-32) at the plate, with a combined eight walks and three HBP to boot. We’ll see if this triumvirate can achieve more success at the plate on Wednesday night.


6 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Auburn had a successful weekend against the Horizon League frontrunners in the UIC Flames. Now, they’ll face yet another team from the Horizon, as they welcome the Oakland Golden Grizzlies to the plains. The Tigers beat up on the Flames, going for 44 runs on a whopping 50 hits, with just seven runs and 23 hits allowed. Talk about a mismatch. If Auburn even has a finite amount of similar success against Oakland on Wednesday, they will be in the winner’s circle again.


6 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Florida beat up Jacksonville 13-3 on Tuesday, and now will look to do the same again to the Dolphins. Things got a bit out of hand, as the Gators trounced them for 13 runs on 16 hits while allowing just three runs on nine hits. This game occurred out in Jacksonville, and now they will return to Gainesville for this Wednesday night matchup.


7 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

LSU defeated Southern 8-3 on Tuesday, and now will look to score another win on Wednesday, this time over Nicholls. This is LSU’s first game away from Alex Box Stadium, as it will be held out in Thibodaux at Ben Meyer Diamond at Ray E. Didier Field. The Colonels are winless thus far, while the Tigers have yet to lose. So, we’ll see if that holds, or if Nicholls can pull off a major upset.


7:30 p.m. ET | SEC Network+

Zach Deloach and Texas A&M will continue their run through the 2020 season as they face Prairie View on Wednesday. Following an Opening Weekend sweep of Miami (OH), the Aggies defeated Stephen F. Austin 13-4 on Tuesday night. Deloach is still tearing the cover off the ball, as he’s hit .818 through his first 11 at-bats of the season with five walks, two doubles and two home runs. He’s been one of the biggest bright spots for any SEC team or any team int he nation, rather. So we’ll see if he can keep shining on Wednesday against PV.