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TEXAS (17-20, 7-5 Big 12) vs. TEXAS TECH (30-10, 11-1 Big  12)
April 22-24, 2016
Where
: Lubbock, Texas
TV: FOX Sports Southwest Plus
Radio: 104.9 FM The Horn/1260 AM

Stream: www.texassports.com

First Pitch Friday 6:30 PM CT

First Pitch Sat & Sun 2 PM CT

 

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Photo courtesy ESPN

 

 

 

 

Good afternoon Baseball Fans!  Welcome to HornSports coverage of the conference series between Texas and Texas Tech. 

 

A few notes, (Courtesy Texas Sports and Texas Tech sports)

 

 

Notes on TV Channels:

 

Dish: SD Channel – 447; HD Channel – 9517; Hopper – 412-35
DirecTV: 676-3 (HD only)
AT&T: SD Channel – 757; HD Channel – 1757
Suddenlink: SD Channel – 20; HD Channel – 120 (Lubbock, Plainview, Midland, Andrews, Big Spring)
Suddenlink: SD Channel – 17; HD Channel – 117 (Amarillo, Clovis, N.M.)
Suddenlink: SD Channel – 8; HD Channel – 108 (San Angelo)

All three games will also be available on FOXSportsGo.com as well as the FOX Sports Go app.

 

 

PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS
FR: UT Morgan Cooper (2-2, 4.46) vs. TTU RHP Davis Martin (5-0, 1.67)
SA: UT Ty Culbreth (7-2, 2.67) vs. TTU LHP Steven Gingery (3-1, 2.87)
SU: UT Kyle Johnston (2-1, 2.70) vs. TTU TBA

 

 

Lineups:

 

 

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I'd prefer a sweep, but I'll take 2/3. 

 

Tech is playing hotter than fish grease right now, having won 14 of their last 16, including a 10-game streak which ended on Wednesday at UNM.  A series win over them would be absolutely huge. 

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Texas wearing their gray unis, burnt orange caps, belts and socks, and black spikes

 

Tech wearing their pinstripe white pants, black jerseys, caps, belts, socks and spikes.

 

Temperature is 76, dropping to the mid 50s later this evening.  Winds from the south at 10 MPH, gusting to 15 MPH, (directly in from RF.)

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T1 cont; 1 out; Kody on 1B

 

Tres

0-1 takes a FB away; generous zone by Blue

1-1 away

1-2 check swing at a bender down; he offered on the appeal

2-2 up/away

3-2 down/away

5-4-3 DP, and 1B does an emphatic ball flip after the DP-little showboating

 

No score headed B1

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B1; Cooper on the bump

 

Smith

0-1 takes a FB on the inside half of the plate

0-2 fouled down/back left

0-2 fouled back

1-2 away, but that pitch location was called a strike twice against the Horns in T1

2-2 foul ball popped up at 1B; Kacy has to avoid the runner on 1B line, and Kacy drops it as it drifts towards the dugout; E3

3-2 down

3-2 in

3-2 fouled down LF line

3-2 fouled back

3-2 fouled back

Good AB here by Smith sitting at 10 pitches

KS; 1 out

 

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B1 cont; 2 outs

 

Gardner

1-0 check swing; didn't offer

2-0 down

3-0 FB up

3-1 Takes a FB at the knees and in; there's that generous Blue zone

Triple off of the top of the RF wall.

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B1 cont; runner at 3B; 2 outs

 

Raley

0-1 takes a FB down the middle

1-1 just misses up

1-2 looks at one on the outside black

1-2 fouled back

KS on a bender

 

1 LOB

 

No score through 1

 

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