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T.J. Beam joins the Rebels for the 2013 season in the role of student volunteer coach after returning to Ole Miss to complete his degree.
A 2003 selection of the New York Yankees in the 10th round of the Major League Draft, Beam returns to work with the Rebels after a 10 year career in professional baseball that included stints in the Major Leagues with both the Yankees and the Pittsburgh Pirates. The right-hander also spent time with the Toronto Blue Jays and Arizona Diamondbacks organizations.
Beam competed for the Rebels during the 2002 and 2003 seasons. As a senior in 2003, Beam posted an 8-2 record with a pair of complete games and combined for three shutouts. He tallied a 2.94 ERA while striking out 91 batters to help the Rebels advance to the NCAA Tournament for the second time in three years.
For his career, Beam finished with a 10-4 record with six saves and four shutouts. He struck out 141 batters while posting a 3.42 ERA and held opponents to a .252 batting average across his two seasons.
Beam is married to the former Lindsay Spence and the couple has two sons, Trey and Tucker.
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