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Vanderbilt Baseball Mail Bag #1: Call For Submissions

Send VANDERBILT BASEBALL questions to Again, this is a BASEBALL mail bag. No basketball questions. Send your basketball questions to Tom, or throw them directly into the void where they belong.

College World Series - Michigan v Vanderbilt - Game Three
Photo by Jamie Schwaberow/NCAA Photos via Getty Images

Letters... we get letters... we get sacks and sacks of letters...

Book your annual vacation to scenic Omaha, ladies, as our Diamond Dores begin their title defense this week! Tour their National Insurance Agents Hall of Fame, we assume. Get your tickets to The Reuben Sandwich Museum early, as they sell out, I think. Grab the kids and head to First National’s Spirit of Nebraska’s Wilderness and Pioneer Courage Park, perhaps. One of these three is possibly a real thing I remembered from a previous trip, and not something I completely made up, potentially!

Ah hell, you know the only reason to head to Omaha is to head to College Baseball Valhalla, party with the weeks long Cajun RV Cookout Cabal—as LSU will send about a third of the stadium whether they make it or not—punch that statue of UVA’s head coach, head down to OrthoNebraska to get your arm put in a splint, as that statue is made of metal, and metal is hard, and finally, to feel the rush of being alive that is celebrating with some crap champagne on tap at The Homy Inn, and then bringing a third CWS National Title back to Nashville.

Unlike football, basketball, and life in general, confidence levels are high for the boys in 2020.

*Click here for the Starting Pitcher Preview, Relief Pitcher Preview, Outfield Preview, Catcher Preview, First Base Preview, Shortstop Preview, Second Base Preview, and Third Base Preview.

Send me your questions and let’s get the good part of the year started this Friday. Who’s heading out to Salt River Fields in Scottsdale, AZ to watch us deliver a statement win against last year’s CWS Finals foe, Michigan?!

Send your questions to some time today or tomorrow, and I’ll answer them in a post on this week. You may also post your questions here in the comments. Just post them in the body of the comment, with the subject line: “Question for the mail bag.”

*Note: Questions about other SEC baseball teams are welcome, too. I just won’t know as much about them, and will likely respond with juvenile, biased trash talk.

I will do this weekly as long as the questions keep coming in. If they dry up, no post. I’m not mad, just disappointed.