Tony Vitello has baseball Vols in the hunt for postseason fun

Tennessee second-year baseball coach Tony Vitello has guided the Vols to a 32-16 record this season, with the 32 wins marking the most for the program in more than a decade.

University of Tennessee second-year baseball coach Tony Vitello may not be an overnight miracle worker, but he certainly has his Volunteers trending in the right direction.

With two Southeastern Conference series remaining on their regular-season schedule, the Vols are 32-16 overall and 10-14 in league play. The 32 total triumphs are the most for Tennessee since the 2007 Vols went 34-25, and a stout nonconference schedule in addition to the cannibalistic SEC has Tennessee 10th nationally in the latest Rating Percentage Index used by the NCAA.

VITELLO’S VIEWS

A rapid fire with Tennessee second-year baseball coach Tony Vitello:Q: What percent of your team watches “Game of Thrones”?A: “I would say a third.”Q: How many times have you watched talent-rich Baylor School play this season?A: (Laughing) “We’ve watched them three times.”Q: