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Montgomery blasts 17th home run as No. 3 A&M drubs Texas State
2 mo ago by Richard Zane
Braden Montgomery deposited a two-run homer and two-run double, Zane Badmaev struck out three to earn his second win and No. 3 Texas A&M thoroughly defeated Texas State in seven innings on Tuesday, 12-2. In total, five different Aggies recorded at least two hits.
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Schlossnagle's Aggies face Auburn for another competitive SEC series
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
There is no rest for the weary in the Southeastern Conference, and that much is true with a highly competitive Auburn team coming to Blue Bell Park this weekend. On Thursday, Jim Schlossnagle spoke to TexAgs Radio about how his Aggies match up with the Tigers and more.
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Solid pitching & timely hitting leads No. 4 Aggies past Huskies, 6-3
2 mo ago by Cade Harris
Houston Christian refused to go down quietly as fourth-ranked Texas A&M endured a few anxious moments in the ninth inning but ultimately prevailed 6-3 on Tuesday night. For the Aggies, Hayden Schott drove in three runs while Luke Jackson struck out two in his first start.
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Schlossnagle's fourth-ranked Ags continue homestand after series victory
2 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Fightin' Texas Aggie baseball claimed its first conference home series against Mississippi State. Head skipper Jim Schlossnagle joined TexAgs Radio in-studio to discuss the win and what he liked from his team offensively and defensively over the weekend.
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Kent's wild walk-off walk propels No. 4 A&M past Sam Houston, 9-8
3 mo ago by Richard Zane
The Aggies have received consecutive doses of Olsen Magic as Kaeden Kent drew a bases-loaded walk in the bottom of the ninth inning to walk-off SHSU, 9-8. After relinquishing a 6-0 lead, Texas A&M was threatened late but now carries a perfect record into SEC play.
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Jim Schlossnagle's No. 7 Aggies take their perfect 8-0 start to Arlington
3 mo ago by David Nuño
No. 7 Texas A&M leaves the friendly confines of Blue Bell Park for the first time this weekend as the Aggies head to Arlington to face Arizona State and USC. On Thursday morning, Jim Schlossnagle joined TexAgs Radio to discuss this weekend's ramp-up in competition.
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No. 7 A&M concludes perfect homestand with 13-2 run-rule of Lamar
3 mo ago by Cade Harris
Amassing 14 hits, the Aggie bats stayed hot and powered seventh-ranked Texas A&M to a dominating 13-2 victory against Lamar in seven innings on Tuesday night. Chris Cortez struck out six in his second start while Jace LaViolette and Ted Burton finished just shy of the cycle.
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Jim Schlossnagle recounts successful opening weekend vs. McNeese
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M dazzled during opening weekend, outscoring McNeese State 31-1 at Blue Bell Park. On Monday's edition of TexAgs Radio, coach Jim Schlossnagle discussed what he liked about the weekend from an offensive and defensive standpoint.
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Baseball Thoughts: Ryan Prager paces positive pitching performances
3 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Texas A&M outclassed McNeese State in every facet of every game during a three-game Opening Weekend sweep at Blue Bell Park. Between a stout offensive attack and numerous bright spots on the mound, the Aggies' first three games provided plenty of optimism.
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No. 8 Ags complete Opening Weekend sweep with run-rule beatdown
3 mo ago by Cade Harris
As it had been for the entire weekend, Sunday's series finale was all Aggies as No. 8 Texas A&M disposed of McNeese State with a seven-inning run rule, 10-0. Shane Sdao was brilliant on the mound, and at the plate, A&M capitalized on 14 free passes for 10 runs on just nine hits.
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Answering some early fall questions surrounding Texas A&M baseball
8 mo ago by Ryan Brauninger
Jim Schlossnagle & Co. have returned to Blue Bell Park as fall practice is officially in full swing for the Fightin' Texas Aggies. With a couple of scrimmages in the books and new faces all over the diamond, Ryan Brauninger answers a handful of questions regarding Texas A&M baseball.
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Max Weiner already off and running with Schlossnagle's coaching staff
11 mo ago by Billy Liucci
Texas A&M and Jim Schlossnagle have hired Seattle Mariners pitching coordinator Max Weiner to be the next pitching coach of the Aggies. Schlossnagle and Weiner joined Friday's edition of TexAgs Radio to discuss what went into the decision and what's next for Texas A&M baseball.
 
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