Vanderbilt Baseball Steals Game Away in 9th Inning, Beat Florida 8-6
No. 2 Florida baseball was three out away from a repeat trip to the SEC Tournament title game. Instead, it saw a Vanderbilt rally for the ages. With the Gators up 4-3 in the top of the ninth inning, the Orange and Blue gave up five runs in the frame en route to a shocking 8-6 Vanderbilt victory. The Commodores used an array of base-stealing, including a rare triple-steal of home, third, and second to blitz the Gators into shock with six stolen bags. Florida rallied for two runs in the bottom half, but with the bases loaded and the tying run on second, Justin Shafer harmlessly flied out to right field to end the game. Florida will learn on Sunday at 3:30pm if they earned one of sixteen spots as a regional host site in the NCAA Tournament.
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