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5 Days 'til Opening Day: A&M pitching staff could be even better in 2020
4 yr 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.
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Diamond Notes Regional Edition: A&M hits the road for the postseason
5 yr 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.
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Diamond Notes: Aggies boost regional hosting resume with series win over Arkansas
5 yr 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.
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Diamond Notes: Aggies keep postseason hosting chances alive with series win
5 yr ago by Heath Clary
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.
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Series Preview: No. 17 Texas A&M vs. Alabama
5 yr 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.
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Diamond Notes: As postseason nears, Aggies need late surge in final two series
5 yr 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.
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Crazy Eights: No. 10 Aggies take down Missouri, 7-3, behind five-run eighth inning
5 yr ago by Mitchell Mason
The No. 10 Aggies used a five-run eighth inning to take down Missouri in the first game of the Aggies' three-game home series against the Tigers. The win marked the Aggies' eighth consecutive win.
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Rob Childress, Aggies encouraged by momentum heading into Missouri series
5 yr ago by Brad Countie
Texas A&M is riding high after defeating Lamar on Tuesday night and extending the winning streak to seven games. Now Rob Childress and the Aggies turn their attentions to Missouri and a promising pitcher's dual this weekend.
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No. 19 Texas A&M conjures Olsen Magic in 8-7 walk-off win over No. 1 Vanderbilt
5 yr ago by Ryan MacDonald
The 19th ranked Aggies were able to work a comeback against top-ranked Vanderbilt, ultimately winning in walk-off fashion, 8-7. Jonathan Ducoff singled in the winning run for Texas A&M in the bottom of the ninth.
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Rough night on the mound causes Aggies to suffer midweek loss to Incarnate Word, 6-5
5 yr 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.
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Diamond Notes: Aggies pile up wins, reasons for optimism in opening series
5 yr 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.
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Series Preview: Texas A&M vs. Fordham
5 yr ago by David Sandhop
Texas A&M opens up their 2019 campaign this weekend against the Fordham Rams. The Aggies return a great core of players, including All American John Doxakis and shortstop phenom Braden Shewmake. David Sandhop gets you set for Opening Day at Blue Bell Park.
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3 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: New faces will have a major impact for Aggies
5 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Even with so much experience returning in the lineup and defensively, the smattering of transfers on the Aggie baseball roster could be the key to a big season on the diamond. Ryan Brauninger takes a look as Opening Day approaches.
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