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TexAgs Reunion Hangout: 2016 Texas A&M SEC Champion Baseball team
2 yr ago by TexAgs
On this day in 2016, the Aggie baseball team won the SEC Tournament in Hoover, Alabama. We got the team back together on Google Hangouts to reminisce about their favorite memories, stories, and much more.
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2 Days 'til Aggie Baseball: Examining the defense
5 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
Though they are replacing a number of everyday players who showed marked defensive improvement in 2016, this year's Aggie squad offers a more athletic group who could thrive in the field in 2017.
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Michael Barash discusses adapting to minors, moving up Angels' system
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
During Tuesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, former A&M catcher Michael Barash joined to discuss his new life as a minor league baseball player, the differences between A&M and the pros, his first professional homerun and much more.
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Aggie Baseball: Offense sputters early in 7-4 loss to Alabama
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Mistakes, errors and a lack of clutch hits early doomed A&M's chances on Saturday against the visiting Crimson Tide. Down 7-0, A&M scored four runs in the ninth inning but ultimately came up short of clinching the series.
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Getting It Done: Aggies grab tough victory over Alabama, 4-3, in extras
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Coming into Friday's game with Alabama, the Aggies had scored ten runs or more in seven consecutive games. On this night, they had to find a different way to win. In the 10th inning, Austin Homan did just that.
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Diamond Thoughts: Aggies hop off the Plains & into 'the gauntlet'
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Conference play is underway in the nation's very best — the SEC — and No. 2 Texas A&M held serve in its series at Auburn. However, there are a few kinks to be worked out in short order before a two-week stretch that may define the Aggies' season.
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Michael Barash discusses his walk-off bomb to beat Texas
6 yr ago by Gabe Bock
In Tuesday's thrilling midweek contest between A&M and Texas, Michael Barash became the hero with his ninth-inning walk-off homer. He joined us during Wednesday's show to discuss the amazing moment.
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WATCH: Michael Barash's walk-off homer against Texas
6 yr ago by Beau Holder
He sawed 'em off.
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Previewing Texas A&M vs. Texas: A collaboration with Inside Texas
6 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
For the first time since the 2014 Houston Regional, Texas A&M and Texas will meet on the baseball diamond — this time, in the confines of Olsen Field. The Aggies are 15-1 and rolling, while the Horns are 7-9 and scuffling. What should we expect?
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Texas A&M dominates series finale, sweeps Fresno State, 12-1
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
From the first inning onward, Sunday was all maroon and white. A&M scored in six of the first seven innings and Kyle Simonds gave the Aggies seven strong innings as they completed the sweep of visiting Bulldogs.
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Texas A&M uses Olsen magic to down Fresno State, 4-3, in 10 innings
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Down by a run in the tenth inning, A&M utilized some sorcery to score two runs and walk-off as winners. The team effort included a great start from Tyler Ivey, clutch hits from Ryne Birk, Walker Pennington and more
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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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6:54
Texas A&M pulls away from Yale in series opener, secures 12-5 victory
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
While this weekend's visit from Yale is centering around George H.W. Bush, No. 3 Texas A&M wanted to add something else to the conversation: another series-opening victory. Behind big performances from J.B. Moss and Jace Vines, the Aggies did just that.
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Texas A&M rolls over Prairie View A&M in 11-0 shutout victory
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
Behind six different pitchers and a four RBI night from Ronnie Gideon, Texas A&M won its 35th consecutive non-conference game and 20th midweek contest. The Aggies now get ready to face Pepperdine this weekend.
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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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Ready to Roll: Texas A&M baseball opens 2016 practice
6 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
After reaching 50 wins and a Super Regional in 2015, Texas A&M knows there are a lot of expectations coming into this year. Rob Childress and his experienced group are ready and excited for the challenges ahead of them.
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On Deck With: Aggie Baseball C Michael Barash & RHP Corbin Martin
6 yr ago by Abby Kowal
Though Aggies are immersed in football season, Texas A&M Baseball — which last season came within one inning of the College World Series — is underway with its own busy fall. Michael Barash and Corbin Martin recently stopped by to share the team's progress and more.
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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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Aggies season comes to a close with captivating 16 inning, 5-4 defeat
7 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
In what will go down as one of the all-timers, Texas A&M battled with everything they had in game three of the Super Regional match up with TCU. Despite heroics from multiple players, A&M watched its wild story end.
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Thoughts: Aggies' clutch performances force Game 3
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Any discussion of Sunday's Texas A&M victory begins and ends with Matt Kent. The crafty lefty's clutch dominance aside, the Aggies' leaders stepped up when they needed them — and now it all comes down to Monday.
 
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