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Matt Cotcher

Game 2 - Texas Tech at Texas (recap & post-game added)

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Saturday, 2:00PM

 

Broadcast on Longhorn Network

 

Texas â€“ Junior, LHP, Ty Culbreth (3-3, 2.94)

Texas Tech – LHP, Cameron Smith (5-3, 2.86)

 

 

A few notes from last night's game:

 

  • 5 Texas batters were hit by a pitch in Friday's game

 

  • In the last nine games, the Texas offense is hitting .312. Over that span, team leaders are Johnson (.378), Barrera (.375), Cantu (.342) and Hinojosa (.333).

 

  • Barrera had an eight-game hitting streak snapped with an 0-for-2 game. He did reach base (HBP) and has now reached base in 43 of 46 games this season, including nine games in a row.

 

  • Friday's win was the 20th of French's career. He ranks third among active career Big 12 leaders in that category.

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B1st

 

Johnson - Single back through box, runner to 1b, 0 out

Gurwitz - Shows bunt but fouls two off; works a full count; K's swinging at a pitch 1' outside, 1 out

Barrera - Gets ahead 3-0 and draws a 4-pitch BB, runners at 1b & 2b, 1 out

Cantu - Gets up 2-0

SB for Johnson (takes 3b)

Cantu - 6=4-3 DP ends inning

 

Texas strands Johnson at 3B.

 

Going to T2nd

TT 0

UT0

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T2nd

 

Neslony - K's looking, 1 out

Gutierrez - singles through left side, runner to 1b, 1 out

Burleson - Showing bunt then fouls one away on a hit & run attempt; full count; L8, 2 outs

Garcia - K's swinging, 3 outs

 

Tech hacking away & fouling a lot off, but nothin' doin'.

 

Heading to B2nd

TT 0

UT 0

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T3rd

 

Floyd - single to CF, runner at 1b, 0 out

Davis - Shows bunt but fouls first two attempts; K's looking, 1 out

Raley - fielder's choice, 5-4 takes out lead runner, runner at 1b, 2 out

Davis - K's looking, 3 outs

 

Culbreth is dealing.

 

Headed to B3rd

TT 0 

UT 0 

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B3rd

 

Marlow - singles past a diving 2b, runner to 1b, 0 out

Boswell - shows bunt; sacrifice 1-3, runner to 2b, 1 out

Johnson - 4-3, runner to 3b, 2 out

Gurwitz - Ahead 3-0, then takes 2 high strikes for a full count; BB, runners at corners 2 outs

Barrera - FC, 5-4 ends inning

 

Texas strands another leadoff hitter at 3b.

 

Going to T4th

TT 0

UT 0 

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B5th

 

Shaw - K's swinging, 1 out

Marlow - HBP, runner to 1b, 1 out

Boswell - quickly behind 0-2; K's swinging, 2 outs

Johnson - Single up middle, runners at 1b & 2b, 2 outs

Gurwitz - Behind 1-2

Wild pitch advances runners to 2b & 3b

Gurwitz - Tries to check his swing, K's, 3 outs

 

Texas strands a third runner at 3b in 5 innings.

 

Going to T6th

TT 0

UT 0

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T6th

 

Davis - 1st pitch swing, looper just out of Marlow's reach, single, runner to 1b, 0 out

Raley - Shows bunt, but runs full count; hit & run goes straight into the spot Baker left when he covered 2b, single, runners at 1b & 2b, 0 out

Davis - sac bunt up 3b side, throw pulls Marlow off the bag, bases loaded, 0 out

Smith - Quckly behind 0-2, then eventually works it full; F9 - sacrifice; run scores, runners at 2b & 3b, 1 out

Neslony - F7, sacrifice, run scores, runner to 3b, 2 outs

Gutierrez - Taps up 3b line & Boswell pockets it, infield single, run scores, runner to 1b, 2 outs

Burleson - RBI double into LCF gap, run scores, runner to 2b, 2 outs

Garcia - K's swinging, 3 outs

 

Red Raiders strike for 4 on only 2 well hit balls

 

Heading to B6th

TT 4

UT 0

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T7th

 

Travis Duke in to pitch for Culbreth.

 

Floyd - `Tries to bunt for a single, 1-3, 1 out

Davis - BB, runner to 1b, 1 out

Raley - Single over Baker's head into LCF, runners at 1b & 2b, 1 out

Skip to mound to pull Duke for Hollingsworth.

 

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