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LWC Baseball gears up for road series with Martin Methodist

By Brady Budke

Looking to bounce back after Tuesday's home loss to Union (KY), the Lindsey Wilson baseball team is set to travel to Pulaski, Tennessee to battle Martin Methodist (TN) on Friday and Saturday. Friday will feature a single game being played at 3pmCT, while Saturday will host a doubleheader beginning at NoonCT.

Live video and live stats will be available for this series. Visitors and visiting fans ARE permitted at Martin Methodist outdoor venues with purchase of a $5 admission ticket at the gate. All fans will be screened prior to entrance.

This season, Martin Methodist (5-13, 3-10 Mid-South Conference) is averaging a conference-low 3.8 runs per game from the plate. The RedHawks are also at the bottom of the conference offensively in hits per game (6.5) and team batting average (.221). On defense, MMC is allowing 7.5 runs per game to opponents, the second-highest mark in the MSC.

As for Lindsey Wilson (13-15, 8-7 MSC), the team continues to shine offensively, ranking second in the MSC in team batting average (.291), hits per game (9.6), and runs per game (7.4). Individually, Derek Zavala sits atop the conference with his team-high 18 stolen bases. However, defensively, the Blue Raiders rank at the bottom of the MSC in hits allowed per game (9.9) and total runs given up (211).

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