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SEC baseball standings after March 16 games

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Southeastern Conference play opened Thursday during the 2023 season.

SEC play opened with two contests on Thursday: Ole Miss at Vanderbilt and Alabama at Florida.

No. 2 Tennessee (15-3) will open Southeastern Conference play Friday at Missouri (13-3) for a three-game series.

First pitch for Friday’s series-opener between the Vols and Tigers is slated for 4 p.m. EDT. SEC Network+ will broadcast the series-opener.

Game No. 2 is scheduled to start at 3 p.m. EDT on Saturday, while Sunday’s series finale is slated for 2 p.m. EDT. Both contests can be watched on SEC Network+.

Noah Reed (PxP) and Spencer Jurgens (analyst) are on the call for the series.

Below are SEC standings after March 16 games.

March 16 result: Vanderbilt 12, Ole Miss 2 (Nashville, Tennessee)

Vanderbilt’s 2023 record: 14-5 (1-0 SEC)

Commodores’ 2022 record: 39-23

Kentucky hosts Mississippi State, Friday-Sunday

Kentucky’s 2023 record: 15-2 (0-0 SEC)

Wildcats’ 2022 record: 33-26

South Carolina plays at Georgia, Friday-Sunday

South Carolina’s 2023 record: 17-1 (0-0 SEC)

Gamecocks’ 2022 record: 27-28

Mississippi State plays at Kentucky, Friday-Sunday

Mississippi State’s 2023 record: 13-5 (0-0 SEC)

Bulldogs’ 2022 record: 26-30`

March 16 result: Vanderbilt 12, Ole Miss 2 (Nashville, Tennessee)

Ole Miss’ 2023 record: 14-4 (0-1 SEC)

Rebels’ 2022 record: 42-23

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