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2 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Weiner's authentic style impacting Aggieland
1 mo ago by Richard Zane
Max Weiner had never coached at the collegiate level until Jim Schlossnagle hired him away from the Seattle Mariners over the summer. Considered one of the game's brightest young minds, the 29-year-old has Texas A&M pitching ready to dominate this zone in 2024.
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4 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Pitching the key to unlocking success in 2024
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
A season ago, Texas A&M's pitching set a program record for walks, and a rebuild of the staff seemed imperative. With pitching coach Max Weiner taking over, what improvements the Maroon & White accomplish on the mound will be the key to this team unlocking its potential.
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5 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Cain's career continues on upward trajectory
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
Known as an elite recruiter in college baseball circles, Nolan Cain has helped Texas A&M assemble an incredibly talented roster in 2024. Now the Aggies' associate head coach, Cain appears destined to become a head coach somewhere in the near future.
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Rogers: Texas A&M's program in a good spot following draft, new hires
9 mo ago by Nick Savage
It was a big week for Jim Schlossnagle & Co. with changes to the coaching staff and a handful of Aggies getting selected in the 2023 MLB Draft. With a busy few days in the rearview, D1Baseball's Kendall Rogers joined TexAgs Radio to discuss the state of Texas A&M baseball.
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A&M hires Mariners pitching coordinator Max Weiner as pitching coach
9 mo ago by Richard Zane
Jim Schlossnagle has made a splash as A&M has hired Seattle Mariners pitching coordinator Max Weiner to be the next pitching coach of the Aggies. Considered one of baseball's brightest up-and-coming coaches, Weiner has been coaching in pro ball since he was 22 years old.
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Microscope & Telescope: Schlossnagle says A&M deserves 'best of the best'
10 mo ago by David Nuño
Texas A&M's 2023 baseball came to a close on Monday night in Northern California with a loss to Stanford. On Thursday morning, Jim Schlossnagle spoke to TexAgs Radio about his plans for the offseason as he continues to work tirelessly to make Texas A&M a national title contender.
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Running Thread: Aggie Baseball transfer portal tracker
10 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Follow along as TexAgs baseball analyst Ryan Brauninger monitors changes to the Texas Aggie baseball roster via the transfer portal over the coming weeks as Jim Schlossnagle, Nolan Cain & Co. look to re-tool the roster.
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Schlossnagle discusses Texas A&M's resiliency as postseason begins
10 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Finishing with a 14-16 record in the conference, the regular season is now in the rearview as Texas A&M approaches the SEC Tournament in Hoover. Jim Schlossnagle joins TexAgs Radio to detail the Aggies' series win over Mississippi State and what is to come in Hoover.
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Baseball Thoughts: A&M boosted its resume as stretch run continues
11 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Following a monumentous series win over Florida, Texas A&M turns its attention to what lies ahead with just seven regular season games left to play. The Aggies will have to jump over their next conference hurdle when the Alabama Crimson Tide comes to town this weekend.
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Baseball Roundtable: 14 free bases plague Aggies in series opener
11 mo ago by David Nuño
Ryan Brauninger and Richard Zane joined Friday morning's edition of TexAgs Radio to recap the Maroon & White's game-one loss against No. 7 Arkansas and discuss what went wrong as the pitching staff combined to walk an appalling 14 batters.
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'Be the aggressor': Rogers details how A&M can find success vs. Arkansas
11 mo ago by David Nuño
After a frustrating midweek loss to Sam Houston, Texas A&M heads on the road to face No. 7 Arkansas. Kendall Rogers of D1Baseball.com joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to break down the Aggies' fate as the season rolls on.
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Baseball Thoughts: SEC grind rolls along as A&M keeps finding success
11 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M baseball has won four straight SEC series, but as Jim Schlossnagle and the Aggies know all too well, the past never equals the future. After showing plenty of toughness in Lexington, the Maroon & White face another challenge this weekend in Fayetteville.
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Baseball Thoughts: Returners finding groove as Ags string wins together
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Coming into conference play with high expectations, things are beginning to click for Texas A&M baseball's vets. After the Ags' second SEC series win, Jim Schlossnagle will rely heavily on his returners for continued conference production with the mid-way point approaching.
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Former outfielder J.B. Moss evaluates Texas A&M's play as of late
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Seeing their losing streak extend to four with a loss to No. 21 Texas, the Aggies' pitching staff and lineup have struggled to produce. Former Texas A&M outfielder J.B. Moss joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss the Maroon & White's woes on the diamond.
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'No excuses to be made': Schlossnagle seeking answers after shaky SEC start
1 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
After being swept by Tennessee, Texas A&M is still searching for momentum after a 1-5 start to conference play. Jim Schlossnagle joined Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss the weekend and look ahead to a midweek battle with Texas Longhorns.
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Baseball Thoughts: Shuffles ahead after Stanley Tucker's Sunday spark
1 yr 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
1 yr 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 college baseball with D1Baseball's Kendall Rogers
1 yr ago by David Nuño
Kendall Rogers, the co-managing editor of D1Baseball.com, joined Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio to talk all things college baseball from around the Southeastern Conference, country and more.
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No. 15 Aggies outlast No. 24 Tech in 16-inning Minute Maid marathon
1 yr ago by Richard Zane
The night turned into morning as the fifteenth-ranked Aggies gutted out a 16-frame finale to best No. 25 Texas Tech, 4-2. The five-hour and 34-minute showdown of old SWC foes completed the Aggies’ weekend at the Shriners Children's College Classic with a 2-1 record.
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Series Preview: No. 5 Texas A&M hosts Portland for weekend series
1 yr ago by David Sandhop
Fifth-ranked Texas A&M opened up its highly-anticipated 2023 season last weekend with a sweep of Seattle but faced a small speed bump with a midweek loss to Lamar. Looking to get back on track, David Sandhop previews the matchup between the Aggies and the Pilots.
 
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