Auburn baseball hosts Alabama A&M Tuesday afternoon

 2014 Auburn Baseball - Game 8
 Date/Time  Tuesday, Feb. 25 | 3 p.m.
 Matchup  Auburn (3-4) vs. Alabama A&M (3-7)
 Location  Plainsman Park | Seating Chart
 Tickets  Buy Tickets Online | Auburn Baseball Ticket Information
 Radio  WINGS 94.3 FM (Rod Bramblett, Van Riggs)
 Online  Auburn Game Notes | Live Video | Twitter: @AUTigerBaseball
 
 Probable Starting Pitchers
 Tuesday  RHP Kevin Davis (0-0, 0.00) vs. TBA
 
 
AUBURN, Ala. -- The Auburn Tigers will look to get back on the winning track with its next-to-last midweek matinee of the season as Alabama A&M visits Plainsman Park for a 3 p.m. contest Tuesday.

Rod Bramblett and Van Riggs will have the call on WINGS 94.3 FM in Auburn, and fans can watch live video via AUHD and follow live stats at AuburnTigers.com.

The Tigers (3-4) went 1-3 last week, defeating Arkansas-Pine Bluff but dropping contests to Alabama State, California and East Tennessee State. Alabama A&M (3-7) comes into the week having gone 1-5 last week, splitting a two-game midweek series with UAB and dropping three of four home games to South Dakota State.

Tickets for Tuesday's game and the rest of the 2014 Auburn baseball season remain on sale at AuburnTigers.com or by calling 855-AUB-2010.

2-for-1 Tuesday: Buy one ticket, get one FREE - available only at the Plainsman Park ticket booth on gameday
Twitter Tunes: Tweet your song request to @AUAthletics with the hashtag #AUTwitterTunes
Post-Game Autographs: Auburn's players will sign autographs along the left-field wall following the game
  Auburn is 3-0 all-time against Alabama A&M with all three meetings coming at Plainsman Park.
The last meeting vs. Alabama A&M came in 2012; Auburn won 7-1.
In three previous meetings, Auburn has outscored Alabama A&M 36-2.
Auburn is coming off a 1-3 week in which it defeated Arkansas-Pine Bluff (2-1) on Friday but fell to Alabama State (9-3), California (5-0) and East Tennessee State (3-2, 10 inn.)
Auburn's loss to ETSU was its first extra-inning loss since dropping a 6-5, 11-inning decision at Georgia on May 5, 2012.
Auburn has stolen 14 bases through seven games, which ranks third in the SEC. Last season, Auburn did not steal its 14th base until the season's 22nd game.
Auburn's six stolen bases vs. Ohio State were more than in any game last year and its most since swiping 8 in a win over Alcorn State in 2012.
Dillon Ortman and Terrance Dedrick combined for 14 strikeouts vs. Arkansas-Pine Bluff, the most by an Auburn staff in a single game since Jon Luke Jacobs (13) and Will Kendall (1) had 14 vs. Alabama State in 2012.
Freshman Anfernee Grier has hit safely in all seven games so far, the only player for Auburn to do so. Grier and senior Dan Glevenyak are Auburn's only two players to reach base safely in all seven games so far.
  Auburn is 3-0 all-time against Alabama A&M with all three meetings coming in the last five years at Plainsman Park. The Tigers' last meeting came during the 2012 season, where they claimed a 7-1 win on April 18. The teams met twice in 2010 with the Tigers winning by scores of 11-1 and 18-0.

The Tigers welcome Presbyterian College to Plainsman Park for a three-game series Feb. 28-March 2. Next Tuesday, the Tigers will face archrival Alabama in the MAX Capital City Classic at Riverwalk Stadium in Montgomery. First pitch for that contest is slated for 7 p.m.