Granger: Tennessee’s Historic Run Continues Against VandyColumns
NASHVILLE, Tenn.– Looking for their first series win against Vanderbilt since 2009, the Volunteers overcame an early rules snafu and leveraged a couple fortuitous bounces to win the opener, 6-2. The win was Tennessee’s 17th in a row, the longest streak in program history.
The Vols ostensibly got on the board early when Jordan Beck connected on a 93 mph Chris McElvain fastball, driving it over the right field fence for what seemed like a solo home run. The celebration was short-lived, however, as Vanderbilt catcher Dominic Keegan noticed that Beck’s bat was without the required conference inspection sticker. After[…]