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Diamond Notes End of Season Edition: what to expect from A&M in 2020
2 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.
Baseball Thoughts: No. 18 Texas A&M 11, Fordham 2 (Regional, Game 2)
2 mo ago by Gabe Bock
Hunter Coleman had two home runs and Asa Lacy had another dominant outing in the Aggies' 11-2 win over the Fordham Rams in Morgantown. Gabe Bock shares his thoughts on Texas A&M's elimination game victory.
Saw 'em off: Aggies secure rivalry win over Texas, 9-6
4 mo ago by Mitchell Mason
The Aggie offense came alive again against the Longhorn on Tuesday night in Austin. The team wracked up double digit hits and held their lead against the Horns throughout the game and came away with a 9-6 victory.
Aggies even up the series as bats come alive in win over Gonzaga, 14-2
5 mo ago by Joel Best
After an opening loss to Gonzaga, Texas A&M rallied back in an enormous way, scoring 14 runs. It was a 15 hit performance for the Maroon and White including a grand slam from Ty Coleman. Tomorrow at noon, the Ags look to keep the bats going to seal the series win.
Aggie bats heat up, run rule A&M Corpus Christi, 12-2 (7 innings)
5 mo ago by Mitchell Mason
The Aggie offense finally had a strong outing, with the team amassing 10 hits through seven innings and piling on 12 runs over the A&M Islanders of Corpus Christi. Braden Shewmake and Cam Blake led the way for the Aggies, and Mikey Hoehner got two hits of his own.
Diamond Notes: Pitching staff delivers again for A&M team struggling at the plate
6 mo ago by Gabe Bock
The pitching staff again headlined the week for the A&M baseball team as the Aggies' starters all notched impressive performances on the mound. However, the maroon and white again struggled at the dish. Gabe Bock analyzes the week in Aggie baseball with a big weekend slate ahead.
Diamond Notes: Aggies pile up wins, reasons for optimism in opening series
6 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
6 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.
Pinstripes take down Maroon 9-4 in opening scrimmage of Omaha Cup
9 mo ago by Joel Best
In the first scrimmage of the Omaha Cup, Team Pinstripes took the lead in the bottom of the fifth and didn't look back, downing Team Maroon 9-4. Houston Baptist transfer Jonathan Ducoff (3-for-3) highlighted an electric Pinstripe offense.
Baseball Thoughts: Texas A&M 11, Sam Houston State 3
10 mo ago by David Sandhop
The Aggies brought out the bats in a Friday night scrimmage against the Bearkats of Sam Houston State, defeating them 11-3. David Sandhop breaks down the early returns on the first look at the soon-to-be 2019 Texas A&M squad.
Aggies get back to winning ways, defeat Abilene Christian 8-2
1 yr ago by Matt Koper
Cole Bedford got the scoring started with a three-run homer in the second inning, and A&M did not look back. Kaylor Chafin earned the win on the mound with three scoreless innings and six relievers combined behind him to clinch the victory.
 
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