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Diamond Notes End of Season Edition: what to expect from A&M in 2020
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
After failing to make it out of a regional for the second consecutive season, the A&M baseball must now focus on preparing the 2020 season. Gabe Bock takes a deep dive into how the Aggies roster might look once Opening Day rolls around in February.
Diamond Notes Regional Edition: A&M hits the road for the postseason
1 mo ago by Gabe Bock
For the third straight year the Aggies will be road warriors in the opening round of the NCAA postseason. Gabe takes an in-depth look at what to expect from A&M and the three other teams who will settle in Morgantown for regional action this weekend.
Diamond Notes: Aggies boost regional hosting resume with series win over Arkansas
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
After needing a series win over one of the best teams in the country to boost their chances to host a Regional, the Aggies came out and played some of their best baseball all year to take two out of three against Arkansas at home.
Baseball Thoughts (SAT): No. 16 Texas A&M 6, No. 4 Arkansas 1
2 mo ago by David Sandhop
While the Aggies scored six runs in the second half of Saturday's contest, it was Christian Roa and the bullpen who paced A&M on the way to a series clinching win. With the regular season behind them, the Aggies now turn their attention to postseason play.
Aggies clinch series with 6-1 win over Hogs, make case to host Regional
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
Christian Roa turned in a clutch performance on the mound Saturday, striking out seven Razorbacks in six innings. Though a little delayed in waking up, the A&M bats eventually delivered six runs and the Aggies closed the regular season with a series win over Arkansas.
Series Preview: No. 17 Texas A&M vs. Alabama
2 mo ago by David Sandhop
After losing their last two SEC series, the Aggies will need to bounce back against Alabama in a big way if they want to stay in the conversation to host in the postseason. David Sandhop previews the weekend ahead.
Diamond Notes: As postseason nears, Aggies need late surge in final two series
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Last week, the Aggies won a midweek game against Sam Houston State and dropped 2 out of 3 against Mississippi State. Gabe Bock recaps the week that included strong outing from the Texas A&M aces and another slow weekend at the plate.
Diamond Notes: Aggies fall to No. 14 after being swept by Ole Miss
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The Aggies had a disappointing performance against the Ole Miss Rebels, getting swept in their three game road series. Gabe Bock recaps the week that included stellar starting pitching, shaky relief appearances and slumping bats at the dish.
Diamond Notes: Aggies climb three spots to No. 7 after series win over Auburn
3 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The No. 7 A&M baseball team fell to Texas State on Tuesday but rebounded to put together a weekend series win over Auburn. Gabe Bock recaps the past week that included an incredible outing from LHP John Doxakis and the Aggies falling into a slump at the plate.
Diamond Notes: Shewmake rakes as Aggies sweep Kentucky, climb to No. 10
3 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Riding the momentum of the series win over Vanderbilt, the No. 10 Aggies strung together a four-win week including a sweep of Kentucky. Gabe Bock recaps the week that included a dominant weekend for Braden Shewmake and another incredible outing for LHP Asa Lacy.
Series Preview: No. 13 Texas A&M at Kentucky
4 mo ago by David Sandhop
Texas A&M passed a monumental task last weekend when they defended Olsen Field and took two of three from the Vanderbilt Commodores. Now they turn their attention to the Kentucky Wildcats in their first true road test of the season.
Sophomore Christian Roa proving he belongs in the starting rotation
4 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.
TexAgs Diamond Player of the Week: RHP Christian Roa
4 mo ago by Bridgett Falcone
Christian Roa threw seven dominant innings against then-top ranked Vanderbilt on Sunday, blanking the Commodores and striking out seven along the way. After earning SEC Pitcher of the Week honors, he talked with TexAgs about his big outing and the team's mindset.
No. 13 A&M looking to build off recent momentum in first SEC road series at Kentucky
4 mo ago by Brad Countie
After bouncing back to win last weekend's series against No. 1 Vanderbilt and taking down Rice on Tuesday night, the No. 13 A&M baseball team is red hot. Rob Childress and select players previewed their first SEC road series at Kentucky on Wednesday.
Diamond Notes: 19th ranked Aggies coming alive at the plate
4 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.
Series Preview: No. 20 Texas A&M vs. Gonzaga
4 mo ago by David Sandhop
The 20th-ranked Aggie baseball team has extended their win streak to 5 games, and they'll look to continue their success on the field with Gonzaga coming to College Station this weekend. David Sandhop takes a look at the keys to the series.
Rough night on the mound causes Aggies to suffer midweek loss to Incarnate Word, 6-5
4 mo ago by Joel Best
After a solid opening to the season, the A&M pitching staff struggled on Wednesday night, allowing five earned runs on 15 hits. The Aggies' bats showed some life but they weren't able to climb out of the hole after the Cardinals' four-run fifth inning.
Diamond Notes: Aggies pile up wins, reasons for optimism in opening series
5 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Texas A&M swept a solid Fordham club on opening weekend. Perhaps more importantly, both Aggie veterans and newcomers showed a number of encouraging signs, starting with the dominance of three lefty starters and several impressive performances at the plate.
4 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: A&M starting rotation will be much improved in 2019
5 mo ago by Heath Clary
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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