Tennessee Baseball Holding Fan Appreciation Day On Thursday

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The Tennessee baseball program, coming off a trip to Omaha and the College World Series, will hold a fan appreciation day. The event will happen on Thursday at Lindsey Nelson Stadium, from 12:15-1:00 pm. The players and coaches will be in attendance to sign autographs and take pictures with fans.

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 It was a great scene in Omaha, as Tennessee fans traveled out to TD Ameritrade Park for the event, making their presence felt. It was a great sight for the schools administration, as they witnessed the fan support firsthand, on Sunday and Tuesday.

This team has captivated the fan base all season, giving them plenty of incredible moments to remember. So, having the players and coaches want to thank the fans is a nice way to cap off the season.

It was reported on Wednesday, by Glen Guilbeau, that Tony Vitello is no longer a candidate for the LSU job, which is a welcomed sign for the administration and fan base.

According to multiple sources, Tennessee is hoping to wrap up talks concerning a new contract for head coach Tony Vitello, which they’ve had prepared for him. It will include a hefty salary increase, an increase in assistant coaches pool and renovations to the stadium. Once signed, the Vols can start worrying about getting back to Omaha in 2022.

Trey Wallace is a Knoxville-based journalist who has been covering University of Tennessee athletics since early 2018. His passion for sports is evident in his work and has led him to break some of college football's biggest stories. His vast social media reach and natural podcast proficiency continue to make Wallace one of Vol Nation's most trusted sources. Wallace was born and raised in Mobile, AL and graduated from the University of South Alabama. He loves the mountains as much as the beach and looks forward to living in East Tennessee for many years to come.