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  1. B1 Horns get an IF single from Ellis, but he gets left on 2B Scoreless thru 1
  2. Madden gives up a leadoff single, but that's it. Scoreless headed B1
  3. T9 Diaz issues a base on HBP That's it. A KS and a F9 end it Horns win 6-1
  4. B8 Horns get a leadoff walk from Williams, but that's it Horns up 6-1, headed to the 9th Diaz comes on to pitch for Texas
  5. T8 Merryman with a 2-out walk, but that's it Horns up 6-1 headed B8
  6. B7 cont Ellis hits into a FC and Zubia a F8 and the frame ends Horns lead 6-1 thru 7 complete
  7. B7 cont Todd comes up and hits an RBI single, Horns up 6-1 New P for Fullerton coming in
  8. B7 DJ goes yard to give the Horns a 4-1 lead Powell PH for Hodo III and gets a double, Stehly follows up with an RBI double Horns up 5-1
  9. B7 cont; That double was from Kennedy DJ tattoos a ball over the LF wall for a 2-run dinger Horns up 4-1
  10. B7 Zubia leadoff single, SAC BUNT moves him over, walk to Faltine 2 RBI double over the head of LF gives the Horns a 2-1 lead
  11. T7 Elder gets two outs, then a HBP & a walk brings on Merryman He gets the final out, no damage Horns trail 0-1 headed B7 Everybody Stretch
  12. T6 Elder gets a 1-2-3 7-pitch frame B6 Stehly breaks up the no hitter with a 1-out single, but that's all Texas can muster. Horns trail 0-1 thru 6 complete
  13. B5 Horns again go in order. This CSF pitcher has been keeping the Texas hitters off balance CSF up 1-0 thru 5
  14. T5 Fullerton gets to Elder for a run, but leaves the bases loaded CSF up 1-0 headed B5
  15. Elder gives up a 2-out single, then HBP, but retires the last batter with no damage in T4 Scoreless headed B4
  16. Leadoff single for CSF, but strand him on 2B Horns go in order in the third Scoreless thru 3
  17. Elder gives up a 2-out single, but that's it Horns go 1-2-3 in B2 Scoreless
  18. We're thru 1 complete, no score Elder looked good in T1, and a leadoff walk by Todd goes for naught.
  19. Early lineup for tonight's game 9 Todd 8 Ellis 3 Zubia 5 Williams 6 Faltine 7 Kennedy 2 Petrinsky DH Hodo III 4 Stehly 1 Elder
  20. SXSW canceled: Austin officials end 2020 festival amid coronavirus concerns This announcement follows several major organizations and companies deciding to not attend the festival. Author: Jeff Bell, Sammy Turner (KVUE) Published: 3:57 PM CST March 6, 2020 Updated: 5:01 PM CST March 6, 2020 AUSTIN, Texas — For the first time in its 34-year history, South by Southwest has been canceled as the City of Austin declares a local disaster due to concerns about coronavirus spreading. In an announcement on Friday by Mayor Steve Adler, Judge Sarah Eckhardt, Dr. Mark Escott of the Interim Health Authority and Austin Public Health Director Stephanie Hayden, the City of Austin declared a local disaster, canceling the Spring Festival event as the COVID-19 virus causes worldwide concern. Judge Eckhardt also signed a companion declaration of disaster to apply county-wide in Travis County to festival gatherings that have guests from areas with documented cases of COVID-19 in close proximity with each other. That declaration lasts for seven days, with option for renewal as long as officials see circumstances that require heightened preparation. Dr. Escott said the decision to cancel SXSW was made after weighing options to mitigate the risk of the disease. He said factors such as the close proximity of participants and attendance of international guests led officials to cancel the event entirely. He said he would be issuing public health orders in the coming days to protect the most vulnerable members of the community from COVID-19. All other upcoming events outside of SXSW will also be evaluated by Austin Public Health officials for a disease mitigation plan. Factors such as crowd density, layout of the venue, whether it is indoor or outdoor and the amount of participants from overseas will be assessed. Adler said it was "unfortunate" to have to cancel the event, but SXSW and the City wanted to do whatever was in the best interest of the health of the public and community. "We are devastated to share this news with you," SXSW said in a statement. "'The show must go on' is in our DNA, and this is the first time in 34 years that the March event will not take place. We are now working though the ramifications of the unprecedented situation." SXSW said the situation evolved rapidly and it will honor and respect the City of Austin's decision: "We are committed to do our part to help protect our staff, attendees and fellow Austinites." The festival and conference said it was already planning to reschedule the event and perhaps provide some sort of online "virtual" experience. This announcement follows several major organizations and companies deciding to not attend the festival, along with a Change.org petition signed by tens of thousands of people calling for the festival to be canceled. Those who had pulled out of the convention before Friday's announcement include the following companies and organizations: Twitter Facebook Intel China Gathering Mashable TikTok Amazon Studios Vevo SAP The Latinx House Netflix Apple WarnerMedia Capital Factory BMI Individual artists and participants had also pulled out of the event. The creators of the petition said they were “concerned about the hundreds of thousands of people who will be traveling to Austin, Texas, in March for the SXSW festival.” On March 3, Austin-based company Indeed asked its employees to work from home as concerns surrounding the coronavirus continue to grow. More than 100,000 people worldwide have been diagnosed with coronavirus, with at least 250 cases in the U.S. and 15 deaths, according to the CDC. At least one person was tested for the coronavirus in Travis County, but Austin health officials said that result was negative. But Dr. Escott said the risk to the public is growing. The cancellation is a major decision from the City, which had said there was no evidence closing SXSW would make the community safer. Last year's event brought an estimated $355 million to Austin, the single most profitable event for the City of Austin's hospitality industry. Judge Eckhardt said the decision was based on "expert medical opinion" and not "panic-based." Health professionals advise the public to take the following steps to help prevent the spread of the virus: Avoid shaking hands Wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds Use hand sanitizer when soap and water are not available Do not touch your face Cough or sneeze into a bent elbow Anyone who is sick should stay out of public places KVUE is a media sponsor of SXSW 2020.
  21. I’m so sorry to hear this @dillohorn Thoughts and prayers to you and your family. Hang in there.
  22. 8 runs and 10 hits should be enough to win most games. Today the defensive miscues and uninspired play for 4.5 innings was the difference. Learn from the mistakes and move on.
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