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Gatlin's timely hit lifts Ole Miss

Posted: June 18, 2014 at 3:27 a.m.

Ole Miss’ Aaron Greenwood (second from right) celebrates scoring the winning run against Texas Tech on Tuesday with Brantley Bell (28), John Gatlin (second from left) and Errol Robinson (6).

Ole Miss’ Aaron Greenwood (second from right) celebrates scoring the winning run against Texas Tech on Tuesday with Brantley Bell (28), John Gatlin (second from left) and Errol Robinson (6).

In a College World Series where hits have been few and far between for Mississippi, none was more timely than the one John Gatlin delivered Tuesday.

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