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Tennessee Baseball Playing Fall World Series Across East Tennessee

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Tennessee baseball is heading on the road next week to cap off the fall baseball season. The Vols are playing their three-game Fall World Series at two different locations in East Tennessee.

The Vols are playing game on on Thursday, Nov. 9 at 6 p.m. ET at Smokies Stadium in Kodak. Tony Vitello’s seventh Tennessee team then travels to Chattanooga for games two and three of the Fall World Series at AT&T Field— home of the Chattanooga Lookouts.

Tennessee’s Friday night scrimmage in Chattanooga is at 6 p.m. ET while game three of the Fall World Series is at noon ET.

Tickets for game one can be purchased for $9 on the Smokies’ website while tickets for games two and three can be purchased for $10 on the Lookouts’ website.

More From RTI: Tennessee Baseball Fall Halfway Point Notebook

Tennessee is on the downhill stretch of its fall practice. The Vols defeated Virginia Tech in an 18 inning scrimmage two weeks ago and faces Samford in an 18 inning scrimmage this Sunday at First Horizon Park in Nashville.

The Vols are coming off a strong 2023 season that saw Tennessee return to the College World Series for the second time in three years. When Vitello’s squad knocked off Stanford in Omaha, it marked Tennessee’s first win at the College World Series since 2001.

Expectations are again high for Tennessee entering the 2024 season. The Vols lost a number of key players, particularly on the mound, but landed a number of impact transfers most notable Clemson infielder Billy Amick and North Carolina State catcher Cannon Peebles.

Tennessee has had an interesting fall practice through of position battles and position tinkering for a number of position players. Read RTI’s latest fall ball update here.

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  1. Hope they don’t get in the red zone and run four plays up the center when the defense has stacked the line.
    Might work against UCON.
    How about a QBack jump pass.
    It worked for Florida. Maybe a fleflicker.

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