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Matt Cotcher

Texas at TCU - Game 3

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Looking back at yesterday's losses, neither were horribly played - the problem yesterday is that the team was below average in all three phases. At least one of the three must execute at a high level today for the Horns to get out of town with a win.

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B1

C Jones gets down 1-2 then HBP

O'Dell
0-1 take
1-1 low/away
2-1 away, Jones takes 2B w/o a throw
3-1
F8; 1 out, runner holds at 2B

Wanhanen
1-0 low/in
HBP

Runners on 1&2

Shout
Hits a hard shot off the RF fence; 2 RBI DOUBLE
Shaw is down as he hit the wall as he dove into the wall.

TCU up 2-0

Shaw is up and moving around. Looks like his right side was slammed into the fence.

Steinhagen
Singles through right side.

Runners on corners.

Shaw came up and gunned the ball to home and he looked fine doing it.

Texas has Mayes up in the pen

Brown
0-1 take
0-2 fouled away left
1-2 up
F8; SAC Fly. RBI; runner holds at 1B; 2 outs

TCU 3
Texas 0


Barzilli
10- low
1-1 take
2-1 low/away
Checks runner
3-1 low/away
Checks runner, ball gets away from Tres and runner takes 2B. E1-ball hit the runner.
Walk

Runners on 1&2

Crain
F9

2 LOB

Texas 0
TCU 3
Through 1 complete

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T2

Marlow
0-1 take
F8; 1 out

Boswell
0-1 shows bunt, takes it for a strike
0-2 swing
2-1 low/away
2-2 dirt away
2-2 fouled back
3-2 away
Walk, good AB by Boswell to work back from 0-2

Baker
1-0 down/in
1-1 swing
1-2 looks at a breaking ball
KS; 2 outs

Stell
1-0 low/in
1-1 fouled back right
FO3 right in front of the on-deck circle.

1 LOB

TEXAS 0
TCU 3
Headed B2

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B2

Mayes in to P for Texas

K Jones
0-1 take
1-1 away
2-1 away
1-3; 1 out. Tried to bunt for a hit, fielded well by Mayes.

C Jones
1-0 up
1-1 take
1-2 swing
KS, 2 down

O'Dell
0-1 take
F7

Mayes gets them 1-2-3

TEXAS 0
TCU 3
Through 2 complete

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T3

Shaw
1-0 low/away
F7; 1 out

Johnson
1-0 in
Singles through the left side, just skips past the mitt of a diving 3B, scored a hit

Gurwitz
1-0 down
1-1 fouled down left
Checks runner
1-2 look
Checks runner, they have Johnson, 1-3-6; 2 outs. Johnson was going on first move. Like the aggressiveness
1-2 fouled back
2-2
2-2 fouled away left
3-2 low
F8

TEXAS 0
TCU 3
Going B3

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B3

Wanhanen
0-1 take
0-2 look
1-2 away
KS 2-3 on the put out; 1 down

Skoug
1-0 away
2-0 down/in
2-1 fouled away left
2-2 take
3-2 up
U3; 2 down

Steinhagen
1-0 away
F9

1-2-3 again for Mayes

TEXAS 0
TCU 3
Through 3 complete

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Looking back at yesterday's losses, neither were horribly played - the problem yesterday is that the team was below average in all three phases. At least one of the three must execute at a high level today for the Horns to get out of town with a win.

 

 

Through 3 complete, it's apparent that Connor Mayes is going to have to be the one to give the team a chance.

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Looking back at yesterday's losses, neither were horribly played - the problem yesterday is that the team was below average in all three phases.

 

 

 

I admit to not watching but a little of game 2 but just my luck to watch the one part where I don't believe we played well at all.

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T4 (cont) nobody on, no outs

Cantu
0-1 take
1-1
2-1
2-2 foul
3-2 low
3-2 fouled down left
Walk

Visit to the bump by TCU pitching coach

Marlow
1-0 shows bunt, pulls back, low/away
2-0 shows bunt, pulls back, low/away
Lays down the bunt, P looks at 2B, throws to 1B and it pulls 1B off as the ball goes off his mitt. E1

Boswell
1-0 shows bunt, pulls back, away
2-0 shows bunt, pulls back, low/away
3-0 shows bunt, pulls back, away
Teakell up in TCU pen
3-1 shows bunt, takes a strike
3-2 shows bunt, takes strike 2
KS as he bunts it foul, 1 out

Baker
0-1 swing
Checks runner at 2B
0-2 fouled away right
1-2 away
5-4-3 DP

TEXAS MISSES A HUGE OPPORTUNITY.

1 LOB

TEXAS 1
TCU 3

Going B4

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