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****Texas vs Texas Tech Official Sunday Game Thread 3/19****

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Kody 4-pitch walk

Reynolds Bloop single into CF and Kody hustles over to 3B

Hamilton RBI FC 1-6; Hamilton beats out the throw

Jones draws a 3-2 walk; Shetter very concerned about Hamilton; lots of checks of the runner

Shaw With a 1-0 count, C signals the pickoff play at 1B and Jones is picked off; Ouch;  Shaw walks

Kacy Gives one a ride to LF but it falls about 8 feet short and it's an F7 to end the inning.


Horns up 3-1 thru 2

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Long Singles back up the middle

Jung Hit & Run is on, bloop single into shallow CF

Runners on the corners

Gardner KL; 1 out; BIG K

Hargrove RBI on a slow roller to 3B; FC 5-3; 2 outs

Berglund Bloops the 3-2 pitch into shallow CF for an RBI single

Game tied at 3

Garcia KS;

4 Ks for Henley


Game tied at 3, headed B3

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Davis 4-3

Beck KS

McMillon Single back up the middle

Long 0-2 hit & run slaps one thru the right side for a single

Runners on the corners

Henley's day is done; Johnston to the bump

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T4 cont

New P Kyle Johnston

Runners on the corners, 2 outs


Jung 2-0 is a WP and goes to the backstop, Run scores

Tech leads 4-3

3-0 up

3-1 foul


Gardner rips the 3-1 offering down the line into RF corrner

Hargrove rips one down the LF line for 2 RBIs

Tech up 7-3



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Kody 1-4-3; ball was ripped, ricocheted off the P right to the 2B; tough break

Reynolds falls behind 0-2, works it full and into a walk

Hamilton hits into a 6-4-3 DP to end it


Thru 4 complete, 7-3 Tech lead

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New RHP Kilian on the hill for Tech


Boswell Lines a double oppo to the LF wall

McCann L9; no SAC; Boswell stays at 3B after advancing on a WP

Kody HBP on 0-2 that C signaled to be an inside pitch

Reynolds Walk

Hamilton SAC Fly; RBI; F9; Kody to 3B

Jones BALK Called scores Kody; Jones F9 ends it


Texas 5

Tech 7

Thru 6 complete


Emotions really flowing here

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Roliard on to P for Texas


Hargrove L3

Berglund Walks and stares down some folks

Garcia Double into RCF; Todd makes a solid effort but can't get to it.

Runners on 2&3

Davis  walked


Ridgeway on to pitch for Texas

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