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ESPN Shows Hilarious Graphic Tracking Tennessee’s Home Runs During Blowout Win

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After Tennessee’s home run barrage against Evansville in the Knoxville Super Regional on Sunday night, it’s easier to name who didn’t hit a long ball compared to who did.

In the bottom of the sixth inning with Tennessee leading 12-1, ESPN showed a graphic of Tennessee’s batting order with a chart of simply who had and hadn’t hit a home run. The Vols hit seven long balls on Sunday night to tie a single-game program record when the team needed it in a do-or-die situation.

Tennessee (Home Runs Tonight)

Christian Moore Yes (2)
Blake Burke No
Billy Amick Yes
Dylan Drilling No
Hunter Ensley No
Kavares Tears No
Dean Curley Yes
Dalton Bargo Yes (2)
Cal Stark Yes

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  • 1st inning: Christian Moore HR to left

  • 2nd inning: Dean Curley HR to left

  • 2nd inning: Dalton Bargo HR to right
  • 4th inning: Dalton Bargo HR to left center

  • 4th inning: Christian Moore HR to center
  • 4th inning: Billy Amick HR to center

  • 5th inning: Cal Stark HR to center

Tennessee’s home run outburst was the embodiment of the Vols’ past two weekends with 26 total home runs in the NCAA tournament across the Knoxville Regional and the Knoxville Super Regional. Tennessee has now hit 173 home runs this season and is second all-time in single-season home runs as they chase LSU’s 1997 team with 188.

The Vols’ 12-1 win over Evansville on Sunday night clinches Tennessee a spot in the 2024 Men’s College World Series starting June 14 in Omaha. Tennessee has now reached the College World Series in three out of the last four seasons.

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