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Pensacola Blue Wahoos at Biloxi Shuckers

On the Fourth of July, Biloxi Shuckers pitcher Jon Perrin quoted the Declaration of Independence in his interview with News 25. Tonight, the history major from Oklahoma State took his turn in the rotation for game three against the visiting Pensacola Blue Wahoos. We hold these truths to be self-evident that all men are created […]
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No referee shortage in Mississippi

According to the National Federation of State High School Associations, only two out of every ten game officials return for a third year of officiating. That stat has many states experiencing a shortage of refs for their games, but the Mississippi High School Activities Association says they aren’t affected. Executive Director Don Hinton says the […]
3 weeks ago
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Milwaukee Brewers Players of the Month: Jacob Nottingham, Corbin Burnes

Of the seven minor league teams that make up the Milwaukee Brewers’ farm system, the best pitcher and hitter for the month of June both play for the Biloxi Shuckers. Lost in the shuffle of the Fourth of July, Corbin Burnes was tabbed as the organizational Pitcher of the Month and Jacob Nottingham was named […]
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Pensacola Blue Wahoos at Biloxi Shuckers

The only Southern League South team ahead of the Shuckers in the overall standings is the Blue Wahoos. After Biloxi’s 4-0 Fourth of July loss to Pensacola, there’s still four games left in the series to make up some ground. Game two at MGM Park between the Shuckers and Blue Wahoos with Taylor Williams on […]
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Take me out to the ball game: Biloxi Shuckers Fourth of July edition

Including tonight, four of the five highest attended Biloxi Shuckers games were on the weekend of July 4th. So what is it about this patriotic holiday that inspires baseball fans from all walks of life to get decked out in stars and stripes and head down to the ball park? Here’s what Shuckers fans had […]
3 weeks ago
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Pensacola Blue Wahoos at Biloxi Shuckers

When you think America’s past time you think baseball. When you think baseball you think hot dogs. When you think hot dogs you think Fourth of July. When you think of Fourth of July you think fireworks. Tonight, MGM Park had the entire holiday wrapped into one for game one between the Biloxi Shuckers and […]
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Former Ocean Springs LHP foregoes MILB contract with Brewers

Under recruited leading up to his senior season at Ocean Springs, Garrett Crochet made up for lost time in 2017. Last month, the lefty ace of the Greyhounds was selected by the Milwaukee Brewers in the 34th round of the MLB first year player draft. All of a sudden, the former JCJC signee had options […]
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Southern Miss Basketball schedules road game at Michigan

The Southern Miss men’s basketball team made a big addition to the schedule on Saturday. The Hattiesburg American is reporting USM will be heading north to play at Michigan, although Head Coach Doc Sadler is unsure when that meeting will take place. The Golden Eagles will also reportedly take on South Alabama on November 29th […]
3 weeks ago
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Jrue Holiday re-signs with Pelicans

Over the weekend, New Orleans Pelicans point guard Jrue Holiday got paid like a superstar. Now it’s up to him to play like one. On Saturday, the two parties agreed to a new five year contract worth $126 million. The deal could pay up to $150 million based on incentives and it has a player […]
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Former MSU running back hosts youth clinic

Last week, former Mississippi State quarterback Dak Prescott held a youth football camp in Starkville. Today, another Bulldog alum followed suit up in the metro. Former MSU running back Anthony ‘Boobie’ Dixon set up shop at the Madison Healthplex, one year removed from his last down in the NFL. 2016 was the first season Dixon […]