Alabama junior outfielder William Hamiter suffered a broken foot according to sources close to the team. A timetable for his return is currently unknown.

Hamiter was replaced in the middle of the bottom of frame number five in Saturday's game against Texas after two outs had been recorded. The first out of the inning was a fly out to Hamiter in right.

Hamiter has started every game in right field for the Crimson Tide through its first seven games. The Birmingham native was off to a .292 (7-24) start at the plate.

Hamiter is a .274 career hitter at Alabama in 63 games. Hamiter went to Northridge High School in Tuscaloosa.

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Alabama is set to take on Texas one more time in Austin after being shut out in the first two games. First pitch is set for 1 p.m. central on Sunday. Andrew Pinckney was announced as the right fielder for game three.

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