Mississippi State may have settled on its pitching rotation for the rest of the Southeastern Conference slate.
The Bulldogs got three solid outings from their starting pitchers in a series win over Vanderbilt this past weekend.
Redshirt sophomore right hander Preston Brown threw eight solid innings to pick up the win on Friday night. He gave up just two runs on seven hits and struck out three batters to just one walk.
Junior lefty Ross Mitchell had another good outing against a SEC team. After throwing a complete game four-hitter against Georgia last weekend, Mitchell threw 7 1/3 innings of six-hit baseball to pick up the win Saturday. He gave up just two runs and struck out three batters with just two walks.
Junior righty Trevor Fitts threw 6 1/3 solid innings in the loss Sunday, but only allowed one run on five hits.
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