Andy Cox gives Vols relief between rough pitching start, finish to beat UNLV

Tennessee players celebrate after beating UNLV in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

Photo by Andrew Bruckse/Tennessee Athletics, University of Tennessee Athletics

Tennessee players celebrate after beating UNLV in the bottom of the ninth inning on Saturday, February 22, 2014, at Lindsey Nelson Stadium.

Tennessee freshman Kyle Serrano had a rough start on the pitcher’s mound Saturday afternoon.

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moorevols55#1417579 writes:

Good to see a Tennessee baseball team finally finding ways to win / doing what it takes to hold on. In years past Tennessee would have 2 or 3 losses by now.

OrangePride writes:

Kyle Serrano is a better pitcher than what we saw today. He ordinarily has better control and command of his pitches. Sometimes in a first outing the adrenalin gets you and you over throw as he did the entire time today. Can't be successful pitching from 2-0 and 3-0 to every batter. He'll have better days ahead. As for the Vols, great win! This UNLV is a good team, so to take the first two is a step forward. Mistakes, yes. But they made some too, and there was lots of good stuff to take away. Now let's close em out tomorrow. GO VOLS.

Plasticman85 writes:

What, a Men's sport that actually wins? This is new. Congrats to the baseball team. Hope they can keep it up.

maciste54 writes:

Hope they can keep this up. There's a lot more interest in baseball right now than in the pathetic basketball team.

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