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Tennessee Baseball: Speed Will Make the Volunteers Winners in 2011

Published by on February 17, 2011

After posting a 30-26 record last year, 12-18 in the SEC, the 2011 Tennessee Volunteer baseball team will attempt to merge speed and youth into a winning combination.


Led by head coach Todd Raleigh, who is well known as one of the best hitting coaches in college, Tennessee will sport new talent, new bats and a new approach to the 2011 season.


“We're really looking forward to the season,” Raleigh said.


“I've never been this excited because of a lot of factors within our team. I can't wait to get started.”


The team will be without core hitters Cody Hawn, Blake Forsythe and P.J. Polk, who were Raleigh's go-to hitters in 2010. Tennessee will welcome some new talents this year in hopes of building a foundation based on speed and contact, which shoul...

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