Heath Clary
Baseball Writer
Heath is a senior finance major from Castroville, Texas, near San Antonio. He joined TexAgs in the spring of 2017 covering baseball and volleyball. He is also pursuing a communications minor at A&M and hopes to one day be on TV. He is an unabashed sports fanatic known by some of his friends as a “sports encyclopedia.” When Heath is not talking to athletes or going to class, he is probably either watching Fox News, reading a book or winning debates against friends.
Baseball Thoughts: Texas A&M 4, Houston Baptist 0
1 day ago by Heath Clary
1 Day 'til Aggie Baseball: Zach DeLoach ready to rebound in 2020
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 13 days ago by Heath Clary
Outfielder Zach DeLoach hit just .200 last season, but he finds himself among the preseason All-American selections this year. After a dominant summer in Cape Cod, DeLoach is ready for a turnaround in 2020.
5 Days 'til Opening Day: A&M pitching staff could be even better in 2020
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 17 days ago by Heath Clary
Coming off of a season where the Aggies had arguably the best pitching in the SEC, big expectations can come to be expected. The burden will fall on some young returners, as well as a few transfers, to live up to the hype that a new season brings.
Texas A&M baseball inks 13 talented recruits on National Signing Day
The Aggie baseball team added 13 signatures last Wednesday, and Heath Clary had an opportunity to discuss the new players with head coach Rob Childress and assistant coach and recruiting coordinator Justin Seely.
Texas A&M Baseball announces 2020 signing class
Author Heath Clary discusses his recently released book on Aggie Baseball
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 3 mo ago by Gabe Bock
During Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, author and TexAgs baseball contributor Heath Clary joined in-studio to talk about his recently released book, "All it Takes is All You've Got," which details a season with the Texas Aggie baseball team.
2019 Fall World Series Thoughts - Gm 2
Diamond Notes: Aggies keep postseason hosting chances alive with series win
The Aggies made the trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama last weekend and won two out of three against the Crimson Tide. The series win keeps Texas A&M in the conversation to host a regional in the postseason.
Relaxed DeLoach coming alive at the right time for No. 14 Aggie baseball
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 10 mo ago by Heath Clary
An unbelievable freshman season had 2019 expectations sky high for A&M center fielder Zach DeLoach. The sophomore got off to a slow start to the season but his relaxed approach at the plate has him one of the hottest bats in the A&M lineup.
Baseball Thoughts (FRI): No. 10 Texas A&M 4, No. 22 Auburn 0
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 10 mo ago by Heath Clary
No. 10 Texas A&M blanked No. 22 Auburn behind a dominating performance from John Doxakis and timely hitting. Heath Clary offers his thoughts on the series opening win.
Sophomore Bryce Miller thriving in versatile relief role for No. 9 Aggies
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 10 mo ago by Heath Clary
Since coming from Blinn last year, Bryce Miller has found himself pitching in a number of different situations. The righty embraces his role as a reliever and has been one of Rob Childress' go-to pitchers out of the bullpen in 2019.
Ty Coleman having breakout freshman year to help lead the Aggies
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
Ty Coleman was not expected to win the starting 3B job for the Aggies coming into the season. But so far in 2019, Coleman has been a model of consistency at the plate and has led Texas A&M to several early season wins.
Baseball Thoughts: No. 13 Texas A&M 9, Kentucky 3 (Saturday)
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
The Aggies won the second game of the series against Kentucky on Saturday afternoon, and the team has a chance to complete a sweep of the Wildcats tomorrow. The Ags had another dominant day at the plate, knocking three home runs and getting 13 total hits.
Sophomore Christian Roa proving he belongs in the starting rotation
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
After the injury to LHP Jonathan Childress, Christian Roa has continuously proven that he belongs in the starting rotation for Texas A&M. After consecutive dominating performances, it is likely that Roa has locked himself into the Sunday slot moving forward.
Lacy's expanded arsenal providing Aggies with a second dominant southpaw starter
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
Entering the 2019 season A&M LHP Asa Lacy had made just two starts on the mound for the Aggies. The sophomore added a slider and curveball to his repertoire during summer ball last summer and the maroon and white have since reaped the benefits.
Diamond Notes: 19th ranked Aggies coming alive at the plate
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
After leaning on their pitching staff the first few weeks of the season, Texas A&M was powered by strong hitting over the last seven days. With SEC play and top-ranked Vandy on the horizon, the Aggies will look to keep both groups hot.
Back on the field, Bryce Blaum making huge impact for Texas A&M
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 11 mo ago by Heath Clary
Bryce Blaum, a red-shirt sophomore transfer from Ole Miss, returned to Texas last year and sat his required year out per NCAA rules last season. Now able to play, Blaum has made a difference for the Aggies both at the plate and on the field.
Mikey Hoehner finds a home behind the plate for Aggie Baseball
Texas A&M Baseball ⋅ 12 mo ago by Heath Clary
Since the arrival of Mikey Hoehner, the junior college transfer has made an immediate impact on and off the field. Hoehner has gelled with not just the pitching staff, but the entire roster on his way to becoming the Aggies' starting catcher.
Improved Aggie ace John Doxakis building on last year's strong finish
Coming off of a breakout 2018 campaign Texas A&M LHP John Doxakis is off to a solid start to the 2019 season after pitching a gem on Opening Day. The new and improved ace has employed a three-pitch mix to sit down batters.
4 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: A&M starting rotation will be much improved in 2019
Though the names on the mound may look similar to last season, the A&M pitching staff should be much more dynamic. The maroon and white boast a one-two punch of John Doxaxis and Asa Lacy that should be as potent as any team they face.
 
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