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Schlossnagle looks back on an impressive & momentum-building week
9 days ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M baseball fell just short of its second SEC Tournament title, but the Aggies appear to be heating up at the right time as the NCAA Tournament begins this week. On Monday morning, head coach Jim Schlossnagle spoke about that run in Hoover and more.
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A&M suffers walk-off loss to Arkansas in second round of SEC Tournament
14 days ago by Richard Zane
Despite holding a promising lead, A&M couldn't thwart Arkansas' rally as they stormed back to take Wednesday's matchup in the SEC Tournament, 6-5. After a grand slam by the Razorbacks, Austin Bost forced extra innings with a homer in the ninth but the Aggies eventually fell short.
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Pitching staff struggles as Texas A&M falls to Sam Houston, 9-2
1 mo ago by James Hernandez
Finding little stability on the mound, Texas A&M had no answers for Sam Houston as they fell on Tuesday night, 9-2. All six Aggie pitchers were limited to 2.0 innings of work or less while the offense stayed silent, stranding 12 runners and tallying only one extra-base hit.
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Schlossnagle's Aggies showcased their power potential on Wednesday
1 mo ago by David Nuño
Texas A&M exploded for a 10-run fourth inning on Wednesday night that included three home runs as the Aggies run-ruled Prairie View A&M. On Thursday, head coach Jim Schlossnagle joined TexAgs Radio to look back on the win and preview this weekend's trip to Lexington.
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Biggest inning of the season propels Aggies past Prairie View A&M, 13-3
1 mo ago by Cade Harris
A 10-run fourth inning that featured three homers and 14 batters was more than enough to shake off an early deficit as Texas A&M run-ruled Prairie View A&M in seven innings, 13-3. Brett Minnich crushed the second grand slam of his career while Kaeden Kent also posted four RBIs.
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Texas A&M's pitching problems persist as Ole Miss dominates, 14-7
2 mo ago by Cade Harris
Despite a hot start offensively, Texas A&M's pitching staff failed to hold down the visiting Rebels on Saturday night, 14-7. Aggie arms issued more walks than they did base hits as Ole Miss capitalized to even the series at a game apiece.
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Series Preview: Texas A&M needs to rebound this weekend vs. Rebels
2 mo ago by David Sandhop
A once highly-anticipated matchup, Texas A&M and Ole Miss will face each other in a three-game set looking to shake off their respective ruts. With the season's trajectory hanging in the balance for both teams, David Sandhop shares what expect this weekend at Blue Bell Park.
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Texas A&M's skid continues with midweek loss to No. 21 Texas, 5-2
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
Falling into an early hole, the Aggies couldn't climb their way back into the game as they suffered their fourth straight loss, 5-2. Running through eight different pitchers, A&M struggled to take control of the mound while the offense batted just .187 on the night.
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Frustrations mount as No. 21 A&M drops series opener in Knoxville, 10-4
2 mo ago by James Hernandez
A fast start soon turned sour for No. 21 Texas A&M as No. 12 Tennessee took Friday night's series opener, 10-4. The Aggie offense stayed silent for the better part of the evening with only three hits while starting pitcher Nathan Dettmer allowed nine runs.
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Baseball Thoughts: Shuffles ahead after Stanley Tucker's Sunday spark
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Stanley Tucker provided a much-needed spark in Sunday's ballgame as the Aggies salvaged the finale from top-ranked LSU. Following the 1-2 weekend, Jim Schlossnagle & Co. are still faced with a number of questions, and some changes appear to be on the horizon.
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Dettmer pitches six scoreless as A&M overpowers NKU in series opener
2 mo ago by James Hernandez
In Friday's series opener vs. Northern Kentucky, No. 15 Texas A&M exploded for eight runs in the second inning and coasted to an 8-1 win over the Norse. In a bounce-back start, Nathan Dettmer tossed six scoreless frames, and Ty Sexton nailed down a three-inning save.
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Around Aggieland (4/3)
3 mo ago by Kay Naegeli
On Friday’s edition of TexAgs Radio, Kay Naegeli took us Around Aggieland and provided updates on all things Texas A&M Athletics ahead of A&M basketball's regular-season finale, baseball's weekend at the Shriners Children’s College Classic and so much more.
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Done Earley: No. 15 Texas A&M plates 23 in seven-inning rout of HCU
3 mo ago by James Hernandez
The Maroon & White notched their most lopsided win of the Jim Schlossnagle era with a 23-0 thumping of Houston Christian on Tuesday night. A&M wasted no time, scoring six in the first inning and scratching nine more in the fourth, as they took care of business with ease.
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Early frustrations boil over Friday as Aggie offense continues to sputter
3 mo ago by Richard Zane
No. 5 Texas A&M offense continued to struggle on Friday night as Portland took the series opener, 10-3. The second-consecutive loss saw the Aggies get out-hit again, another bullpen collapse and Jim Schlossnagle's first ejection in Maroon & White.
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Aggies drop first midweek of 2023 as Lamar upsets No. 5 A&M, 7-4
3 mo ago by Cade Harris
Behind a four-run seventh inning, the Lamar Cardinals upset fifth-ranked Texas A&M at Blue Bell Park on Tuesday night. Lacking an offensive spark, the Aggies were outhit for the third time in their first four games of the young 2023 campaign.
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5 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Yeskie's pitching staff is revamped for 2023
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Pitching coach Nate Yeskie pieced together a staff that got the Aggies to the Men's College World Series a year ago, but in 2023, Texas A&M figures to have a more pronounced presence on the mound with the expectation of returning to Omaha.
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Fall Practice Update, Part 2: Expect increased pitching depth in 2023
7 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Despite losing the likes of Micah Dallas, Jacob Palisch and Joseph Menefee, the Texas A&M pitching staff will feature even more depth in 2023 as headliners like Nathan Dettmer, Chris Cortez, Will Johnston and Brad Rudis are joined by a number of intriguing newcomers.
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Schlossnagle details final home series as Mississippi State comes to town
1 yr ago by David Nuño
No. 10 Texas A&M hosts the defending national champions at Blue Bell Park this weekend as Mississippi State comes to Aggieland. Ahead of another big-time SEC series, Jim Schlossnagle joined TexAgs Radio to preview the Aggies' showdown with the Bulldogs.
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Jim Schlossnagle details No. 21 A&M's showdown with Vandy in Music City
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Jim Schlossnagle & Co. rolling into Nashville this weekend with a fair amount of momentum as No. 21 Texas A&M opens a three-game set with Vanderbilt on Thursday night. Ahead of the series opener, Schlossnagle joined TexAgs Radio to preview another crucial SEC showdown.
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