LOOK: Ole Miss baseball players damage Texas A&M scoreboard with batting practice home runs

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Ole Miss clearly has some quality power on their baseball team. The Rebels were taking batting practice at Texas A&M Friday night when two players clobbered a few home runs to left field over the wall of Blue Bell Park.

The only problem? They damaged the Aggies letters above the scoreboard.

It’s unclear if the letters will be replaced. The “X” certainly has a big chunk taken out of it while the middle part of the “E” is cracked as well.

The suspects have been identified as junior Chase Cockrell and sophomore Grae Kessinger, though we’re willing to bet they aren’t too worried given their team’s current state. The Rebels are 21-2 this season as they play game two of a three game set in College Station Friday night.

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