Playing around the weather has become common-place for the Commodores, so the fact the game was delayed by 2 hours and 36 minutes wasn't surprising. And, while the fact that Sonny Gray pitched 8 innings, while only allowing 3 runs was no surprise, the way Vanderbilt scored the go-head run in the 7th was. David Bolcair's recap in today's Nashville City Paper does a great job setting the scene as clean-up hitter Aaron Westlake sacrifice bunted Jason Esposito over to 3rd before Curt Casali singled in what would prove to be the go-ahead run. As Coach Corbin said after, the decision to bunt was all Westlake, all he told him to go was hit the ball to the right side. Mission accomplished. As Jeff Lockridge points out in today's Tennessean, the Commodores have won 40 games for the 3rd time in 4...

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