Tennessee Baseball Ends An Incredible Extra Inning Game By Robbing A Home Run (Video)

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  • Tennessee defeated SEC rival Florida on Sunday to complete a sweep of the Gators
  • The final play of the game was a robbed home run in the bottom of the 11th inning
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The Tennessee Volunteers continue to flex their muscles on the rest of the college baseball world.

The Vols sit at an incredible 37-3 record through 40 games, with an SEC-leading 17-1 record in conference play. Tennessee has been a mainstay at the top of the national rankings all year.

Sunday’s matchup versus Florida summed up how the Vols have been playing this season.

They entered the top of the ninth inning trailing 4-1 in the series finale against the Gators. Rather than give in, they continued to fight until the final out.

Tennessee plated three runs in the top of the frame to tie the game and send it to extra innings.

After battling back, a two-run homer gave the Volunteers the lead for good in the top of the 11th. The fireworks wouldn’t end there, though.

The no-quit attitude was epitomized with the final out of the game.

Tennessee Defender Makes An Incredible Catch To Secure A Win

With two outs down and Florida looking to keep the game going, a Gator batter roped a deep line drive into left field. It looked like a sure home run to bring Florida within a run.

Instead, Tennessee left fielder Christian Scott leapt over the wall to bring the home run back and record the final out of the game.

Check out the insane catch below.

What an unbelievable play from the Volunteer defender.

The catch secured the win, and the series sweep to keep the Vols atop the SEC standings for another weekend.

Tennessee continues to roll through the 2022 season. A trip to Omaha could be on the forefront with a few more performances like this.