Mississippi State softball assistant gets ejected from game, goes to watch baseball team play instead
As the associate head coach for Mississippi State softball, Tyler Bratton is usually too busy on Saturday afternoons in April to follow the Bulldog baseball team live in action. This Saturday, however, was a bit different.
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Bratton got ejected from Sunday’s MSU softball game against Arkansas. He decided to make his way over to Dudy Noble Field and check out Mississippi State baseball against South Carolina.
Bratton tweeted a video from the stands.
The Mississippi State associate softball coach who was tossed out of the game made his way over to the Bulldogs’ baseball game. Lol https://t.co/WZaZOgdIj7
— Ethan Westerman (@EthWestNWA) April 1, 2023
Though MSU softball is down 11-0 against Arkansas, Bratton appears to have brought the baseball team some good luck. South Carolina scored the game’s first 3 runs in the first 2 innings. The Bulldogs scored 4 runs in the 5th and 6th innings. The Gamecocks answered in the top of the 7th inning, tying things up 4-4.