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Diamond Thoughts: Aggies hit final week with ultimate goal in sight
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Once again deftly handling the grind of the elite SEC slate, No. 2 Texas A&M hit the road and took a series from No. 9 USC to position itself as a near-lock for a national seed. However, the four games remaining will determine the outcome of the Aggies' season.
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Series Preview: #2 Texas A&M vs. #8 Vanderbilt
6 yr ago by David Sandhop
National seeds are set to be divvied up among no less than five SEC teams — and one contender may be eliminated this weekend. Another clash of the conference's titans features Texas A&M and Vanderbilt, whose strengths sit opposite on the spectrum. Whose will win out?
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: Texas A&M 7, UT-Arlington 3
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Another mid-week, another victory for No. 2 Texas A&M. In Tuesday's 7-3 defeat of visiting UT-Arlington the Jonathan Moroney-led Aggies were able to parade some of their lesser-used arms on and off the mound — and the results were (mostly) encouraging.
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12:15
Diamond Thoughts: Talent, depth paving Aggies' stretch run road
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Playing far from its best against one of the SEC's better pitching staff, Texas A&M found a way to take another series. Now positioned solidly at the head of the West, the Aggies — led by Boomer White's greatness and surprising pitching depth — face their make-or-break stretch.
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Diamond Thoughts: Aggies' blistering offense carries Starkville sweep
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Is any lineup in college baseball as terrifying as Texas A&M's at the moment? The Aggies rose to No. 3 in all the relevant polls after a dominant sweep of Mississippi State in Starkville, but the how and the why carry implications for every weekend that follows.
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Series Preview: #6 Texas A&M at #2 Mississippi State
6 yr ago by David Sandhop
On the road against the No. 2 team for the second time in three weeks? Just another weekend in the SEC. In order for Texas A&M to emerge victorious in another essential battle of the conference's titans, it will take a reversal of one trend in particular.
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Diamond Thoughts: Takeaways from A&M's painful trip to Gainesville
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
There are no kind ways to look back on Texas A&M's performance in a sweep at the hands of Florida. There are, however, plenty of ways to overreact. What does the forgettable weekend mean for the Aggies, and how can they undo the damage?
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Series Preview: #1 Texas A&M at #2 Florida
6 yr ago by David Sandhop
For the second consecutive year, Texas A&M will be involved in a regular season 1 vs. 2 showdown — this time, as the nation's top team visiting an elite Florida squad in a must-watch SEC series. Can the Aggies make a statement in Gainesivlle?
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Texas A&M digs deep in Friday's 3-2 victory over Fresno State
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
While A&M pummeled two homers over the left field wall, the biggest takeaway on Friday night was the grit and determination the A&M leaders and bullpen displayed in their exciting victory over the Bulldogs.
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Series Preview: #3 Texas A&M vs. Fresno State
6 yr ago by David Sandhop
At No. 3 and 12-1 on the season, Texas A&M is on pace and on schedule. The mid-season jump in competition, however, will arrive a week ahead of time. Visiting Fresno State will bring an 11-2 record and strong pitching staff to Olsen Field beginning Friday.
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: Texas A&M 3, Houston Baptist 2 (13 innings)
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
It wasn't pretty, and it wasn't easy. Yet, despite trailing entering the seventh inning and falling behind in the 13th, despite missing its best player, Texas A&M used a bit of Olsen Magic on Tuesday to defeat a regional team and its ace and improve to 8-1 on the season.
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Diamond Thoughts: At 7-1, Aggies a story of balance and depth
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Friday's blip in Malibu notwithstanding, No. 3 Texas A&M has done all its been asked to justify its ranking through two weeks of the season. Returning home to face Yale, the Aggies' most pressing concern is likely who will eventually hold the No. 1 starter role.
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Diamond Thoughts: Balance, business and Texas A&M's 3-0 start
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Easily and impressively, No. 4 Texas A&M opened the season with a sweep. Yes, it was Hofstra. Nonetheless, that the Aggies took care of business was less impressive than the fact that it was done with a balanced effort at the plate and the emergence of a stellar freshman on the mound.
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: Texas A&M 5, Hofstra 2
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
A memorable debut from Boomer White, a serviceable start from Kyle Simonds and a display of a mere portion of the bullpen's power highlighted Texas A&M's return to Olsen Field, a 5-2 victory against Hofstra to open the 2016 baseball season.
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What A Start: Texas A&M grabs season-opening win over Hofstra, 5-2
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
In his very first at-bat as an Aggie, Boomer White clobbered a home run to left field. With a strong bullpen and some clutch scoring, the Aggies were able to give Boomer a win in his first game to along with it.
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Series Preview: #4 Texas A&M vs. Hofstra
6 yr ago by David Sandhop
Expectations are high for a Texas A&M team pegged as a consensus top-five squad and contender for the SEC title — and thus, the national title. It begins Friday with a visit from the Hofstra Pride, which will allow the Aggies to define some important up-in-the-air roles.
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Ryan Hendrix warms up for the start of the 2016 season
6 yr ago by Abby Kowal
One among many tested and talented options in the Texas A&M bullpen, junior right-hander Ryan Hendrix is comfortable in the co-closer role — and with the team the Aggies have assembled. On the eve of the season opener, Hendrix shared his enthusiasm for the roster.
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2016 Texas A&M Baseball preview: The 100-mph co-closers
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
A great deal of Texas A&M's early-season success in 2015 was its ability to trot out a two-headed monster at the back of the bullpen. Ryan Hendrix and Mark Ecker both return, both have hit 100 on the gun in the preseason ... and the Aggies should again have them both as the last line of defense.
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Ryan Hendrix unknowingly closes out Team USA's no-hitter vs. Cuba
7 yr ago by Beau Holder
July 4th came early this year!
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Thoughts: Aggies come up short in finale to remember
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In a game of inches, in a game one team had to lose, Texas A&M's season came to a thrilling but painful end in Fort Worth. The Aggies will head home knowing what did them in, but a few heroic performances will endure.
 
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