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Jameson McCausland

***Super Regional Thread: Tennessee Tech vs Texas***

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Bottom 5

Shaw- Flyout to CF

McKenzie- Line drive single into LF. McKenzie has really been swinging the bat well lately

Hamilton- Works a full count and pops out in the infield to Trevor Putzig at third base

Ellis- Strikeout looking

5-3 Tennessee Tech after 5

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Top 6

Harris- 6-3 groundout

Ham- Walk

Junior- Single. Groundball to Hamilton goes under his glove. Looks like he was thinking about the double play.  Scorekeeper is calling it a single with an error but that looked like an E6 all the way

Runners at the corners with 1 away

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Just now, Jameson McCausland said:

Strohschein- (Ham tries to score on a passed ball and is thrown out at the plate) 5-3 groundout

Sawyer escapes the jam. 3-4-5 due up for Texas in the bottom of the 6th

Who knew our best defensive play would be on a passed ball?

And yes, that was an E6 all the way.

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Bottom 8

Clemens- Works a full count and walks.

Zubia- Popout in foul territory to Putzig at 3rd.

Hibbeler- Lineout to LF. Hibbeler hit on the button but right at Collin Harris.

Reynolds- Strikeout looking. Man, Reynolds is struggling mightily in the postseason.

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Quick thoughts immediately following the final out:

  • Some solid ABs and hard hit balls, but many were "At-'em" balls
  • Some very poor approaches at the plate with RISP and opportunities.
  • 2 fielding errors due to lazy play.  Cannot do that at this point in the season and expect to win. 
  • Too many KLs.  I don't care what the strike zone is, late in the game you have to adjust.
  • Opportunity tomorrow in a must-win situation. 
  • Texas players have to stay within themselves and not press, whether in the field or at the plate. 

Come back and get the W tomorrow and take your chances on Monday. 

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