Mississippi State’s baseball team will close out its fall slate this afternoon by traveling to UAB for a 14-inning exhibition game starting at 1 p.m.
It will be the second opponent MSU has met this fall. The Diamond Dogs split a pair of seven-inning exhibitions at home against Louisiana earlier this month, losing the opener 7-4 and winning 13-2 in Game 2.
“We’re going to Birmingham this weekend and trying to get everybody out there and see,” said MSU coach Chris Lemonis. “It’s amazing when you play Lafayette, you saw something different than what you see when nobody is in the park. We like to see how they compete.”