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Tennessee Baseball Utility Man Enters Transfer Portal

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Tennessee utility man Logan Chambers entered the transfer portal Thursday afternoon. As a grad transfer, Chambers is eligible to play immediately at the school of his choice.

A major recruiting win for Tennessee out of Crowder (Junior) College in the 2021 recruiting class, Chambers never panned out in Knoxville.

Chambers impressed in his first fall in Knoxville but couldn’t crack the loaded starting lineup for the 2022 Vols.

The left-handed hitter had an opportunity to earn a starting role in 2023 as Tony Vitello and his staff replaced a myriad of starters but Chambers never claimed a spot.

The Bryant, Arkansas native hit .240 with a home run and three RBIs in 25 at-bats last season. Chambers’ 25 at-bats in his second season in Knoxville matched the number of at-bats he had in his first season.

Chambers will likely land at a mid major program where he will use his final season of eligibility.

Losing Chambers isn’t a major loss for Tennessee as his career numbers indicate. However, the native’s departure is a blow to the Vols’ depth as he could play second base, third base and either corner outfield spot

Christian Moore will be Tennessee’s starting second baseman again next season and the Vols have young talent in the outfield including Dylan Dreiling, Kavares Tears and Reese Chapman.

However, Chambers’ departure highlights the need for Tennessee to add a third baseman in the transfer portal. The Vols have been after Wofford transfer Ryan Galanie since he entered the transfer portal in early June.

Follow along with all of Tennessee baseball’s transfer portal news with the RTI transfer portal tracker here.

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