Tyler Ivey
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Texas A&M pitcher Tyler Ivey to transfer prior to sophomore season
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
Though he showed promise during early stretches of the 2016 season, Ivey fell out of the Aggies' starting rotation. Following the end of the season, Ivey has decided to leave Texas A&M and transfer to Grayson Community College after one year in College Station.
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Diamond Thoughts: Dominant sweep positions Aggies for Starkville trip
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
The Aggies merely needed a strong rebound during the weekend's series against Georgia. Instead, they made a statement. With a rotation that seems righted and a lineup that is as deep as any 1-through-9, Texas A&M is ready to head to No. 2 Mississippi State.
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: Rice 4, Texas A&M 3
7 yr ago by Ryan Brauninger
One disappointing trip to Reckling Park later, Texas A&M's sudden slump continues. Tuesday's loss to the Rice Owls — the Aggies' first in a mid-week contest in more than a year — featured some familiar problems, and one bright spot.
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1, 2, 3 Baseball Thoughts: Florida 7, Texas A&M 4
7 yr ago by David Sandhop
In the SEC's clash of titans, Florida scored the first blow on Friday. Blown opportunities at the plate and an ineffective, brief start from freshman Tyler Ivey characterized Texas A&M's night in a 7-4 loss; the Aggies must now win two to salvage the series and the No. 1 ranking.
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Series Preview: #1 Texas A&M at #2 Florida
7 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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Series Preview: #2 Texas A&M vs. #10 LSU
7 yr ago by David Sandhop
It's that time of year again: Texas A&M and LSU are set to meet on the baseball diamond, renewing a tight rivalry. The Aggies are 19-2, riding high and hosting at Olsen Field; the Tigers are recovering from a bad series loss. Who has the upper hand?
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Diamond Thoughts: Red-hot Aggies, rivalry reignited & the road ahead
7 yr ago by Gabe Bock
At 15-1 following a sweep of a good Fresno State team, Texas A&M looks unstoppable. However, the plot thickens: awaiting is a Tuesday grudge match with Texas, followed by the start of conference play. Can the Aggies keep it going?
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Texas A&M uses Olsen magic to down Fresno State, 4-3, in 10 innings
7 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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Series Preview: #3 Texas A&M vs. Fresno State
7 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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Air Force Won: Texas A&M clinches series vs. Yale in front of Bush 41
7 yr ago by Cavender Neutze
With President George H.W. Bush throwing out the first pitch, Saturday's game was always going to be a special one. For A&M fans, the fact that the Aggies played lights out baseball in a 13-0 win made it even better.
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Series Preview: #3 Texas A&M vs. Yale
7 yr ago by David Sandhop
A scare against Houston Baptist is in the rear-view mirror and Texas A&M — with a reshuffled rotation and competition at multiple lineup spots — is on to Yale. Can the Aggies learn more about themselves in a sweeping effort this weekend?
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Diamond Thoughts: At 7-1, Aggies a story of balance and depth
7 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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Series Preview: #4 Texas A&M at Pepperdine
8 yr ago by David Sandhop
Sequestered in the friendly confines of Olsen Field, No. 4 Texas A&M opened the season 5-0 with ease. Now, the Aggies hit the road for the first time. Awaiting them in Malibu, Calif. is West Coast Conference contender Pepperdine — and a step up in competition.
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Diamond Thoughts: Balance, business and Texas A&M's 3-0 start
8 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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Tyler Ivey shines in debut as Aggies complete sweep, beat Hofstra, 5-0
8 yr ago by Chase McGuire
Rob Childress' Aggies finished off a season-opening sweep of Hofstra on Sunday, leaning on the arm of freshman Tyler Ivey and the bat of Ronnie Gideon in a 5-0 victory. It was Ivey's first win in an Aggie uniform and Texas A&M's third in three games this season.
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Series Preview: #4 Texas A&M vs. Hofstra
8 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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