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2022 Texas Baseball Alumni Game thread


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Alumni in T2 get a 1-out walk. SB an RBI double from Hamilton gives Alumni a 1-0 lead. 

Campbell comes to the plate following a walk and launches a 3-run dinger to give Alumni a 4-0 lead headed to B2

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B3

Stevens day is done.  Alumni goes to Lucas Gordon in B3

Horns get a 1st pitch solo dinger from Stehly over the LCF wall.

2-out double by Daly turns into a run as he's plated on a 2-out double by Melendez.

Thru 3 complete, Alumni leads 6-2

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T5

Freshman Luke Harrison to the bump for the Horns team

He works around a leadoff walk.  No damage

Correction, Score is 7-3 Alumni, no 7-4 as mentioned

B5

Cobb to the bump for Alumni

He hits Kennedy with the 2nd pitch

Kennedy takes 2B with WP

Line out, followed by Melendez RBI single closes the Alumni lead to 7-4

Tailor-made DP ball to Hamilton gets the lead runner at 2B, but Zubia drops it at 1B.

Zubia redeems himself on the next play and gets the U3 to end the frame

 

Horns 4

Alum 7

Thru 5 complete

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B7

Stehle on to pitch for Alumni

Puts runners on 1&2 with 2 outs

Duke Ellis robs Faltine of at least a 2-RBI game-tying double at the LCF wall. 

Headed to the 8th and final frame, Horns trail Alumni 8-6

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Hard to find a major hole on this team heading into the season. Biggest question I have is how the backend of the bullpen will shake out besides Nixon. Who's going to take on the role that Cole Quintanilla had last year? Duplantier could be that guy but he is coming off of surgery and might need to be eased back in a bit.

Granted, if the stating rotation ends up being as good as advertised they may not need many middle relief/setup guys. 

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1 hour ago, Jameson McCausland said:

Hard to find a major hole on this team heading into the season. Biggest question I have is how the backend of the bullpen will shake out besides Nixon. Who's going to take on the role that Cole Quintanilla had last year? Duplantier could be that guy but he is coming off of surgery and might need to be eased back in a bit.

Granted, if the stating rotation ends up being as good as advertised they may not need many middle relief/setup guys. 

There is a lot of depth in the pen, although some are pretty young guys.  I would anticipate that the middle relief and closer roles will become more clear once conference play begins.  Sean Allen has a LOT of arms to work with.  Plenty of talent there. 

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