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  1. Horns are quickly back to work tonight with a 4-game series vs BYU at The Disch. Feel free to chime in here over the course of the next four days as we see if the team can turn things back around.
  2. Head Coach David Pierce and the Texas Longhorns will open up the 2021 baseball season by participating in a 3-day event at Arlington's Globe Life Field on February 19-21. Along with Texas, there will be five other Division-I teams participating in the Showdown. Texas Tech and TCU will round out the Big 12 schools, while Ole Miss, Mississippi State and Arkansas will represent the Southeastern Conference. Each of the six participating teams are ranked in the Top-10 of D-1Baseball's Preseason Poll (Texas Tech - 3, Ole Miss - 6, Mississippi State - 7; Arkansas - 8; Texas - 9; TCU - 10). Gl
  3. Astros will kick off the MLB shortened 60-game season on July 24th, hosting the Mariners at Minute Maid Park. Game time is 8:10 PM Central. With a shorter season, and likely one of the few sports that are going to be on, I expect viewership to be very solid.
  4. Happy Saturday, Seamheads Game 2 of the opening weekend series is here and your game thread for chatter is right here.
  5. Bryce Elder will take the mound this evening in Waco, as the Texas Longhorns (20-12) jump back into Big 12 play against the league-leading Baylor Bears (21-7). Weekend Series Starting Pitchers: FRIDAY—Texas So. RHP Bryce Elder (2-1, 1.70) vs. Baylor R-So. RHP Jimmy Winston (3-0, 0.56) SATURDAY—Texas Jr. RHP Blair Henley (4-1, 3.40) vs. Baylor Jr. LHP Paul Dickens (3-1, 3.65) SUNDAY—Texas Fr. RHP Coy Cobb (0-2, 3.16) vs. Baylor Jr. RHP Hayden Kettler (2-2, 4.24) All-time series record: Texas leads Baylor 247-110-4 Friday night's Game will be televised on ESPNU with fir
  6. Joeywa is out of pocket for the series, so be sure to follow Travis Hlavinka (@travhlav) for play by play. The Longhorns (17-11) will host the Musketeers (9-15) in a 3 game series that starts tonight at 7:00 PM. PROBABLE STARTING PITCHERS FRIDAY—Texas So. RHP Bryce Elder (2-1, 1.98) vs. Xavier Sr. RHP Damien Richard (0-1, 9.98) SATURDAY—Texas Jr. RHP Blair Henley (3-1, 3.74) vs. Xavier So. RHP Griffin Lanoue (2-1, 6.27) SUNDAY—Texas Fr. RHP Coy Cobb (0-2, 3.70) vs. Xavier Jr. RHP Conor Grammes (1-5, 7.33) This series marks the first time these two teams have met on the
  7. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA Though he may be a stately 56 years old, Roger Clemens is no slouch. The seven-time Cy Young winner, who sat consistently in the low-to-mid 80's throughout his outing, started the day for the alumni, and while he may have only pitched one inning, the electricity from his appearance was felt throughout Disch-Falk Field. The more recent Clemenses brought their own personalities back to The Disch for another round, as well, but neither quite brought the bravado of Dad, who left his appearance to a standing ovation. In a game that the current Texas squad won 7-4, with
  8. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA With the opening of the season just a week away, the Texas baseball team is beginning to take shape. On Saturday, the Longhorns will take on the former lettermen in the annual Texas alumni baseball game. There, fans will get their first taste of the 2019 season, as well as a first glimpse of the new bust of former coach Augie Garrido, which will be unveiled at 11:30 a.m. Though there are still some question marks, there was a bit more clarity on a few things that head coach David Pierce made the media aware of on Friday afternoon: 1. The middle infield appears to
  9. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA A week ago, this preview would have been cut and dry, saying how David Hamilton is the team’s most secure starter and maybe the most vital cog in the Texas baseball engine. However after an incident with an e-scooter which resulted in a torn Achilles, Hamilton is out for at least the 2019 season. Since his arrival to the University of Texas in 2016, the junior has been the starter at baseball’s premier position. With him out, though, head coach David Pierce will have to do his best at replacing an elite defender, base runner and up-and-coming hitter. The obvi
  10. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA How do you replace a season like Kody Clemens had in 2018? How do you replace a player that was at the top or near the top of the country in average, hits, slugging, home runs and RBI? On top of that, someone who had a .985 fielding percentage at second base and was the unquestioned and undisputed team leader, whose clutch play was the determining factor in so many games? Well, the short answer is you can't. And the long answer is that the production of Clemens will be nearly impossible to replicate. And while you can try, the likeliness of it happening is about t
  11. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA On Saturday morning, Texas baseball sent out a press release stating that junior shortstop David Hamilton would miss the entirety of the 2019 season after a successful surgery to repair a ruptured Achilles. A San Marcos native, Hamilton has been the starting shortstop since his arrival on campus. Though he is mostly seen as a defensive savant, Hamilton’s bat vastly improved in 2018. After a season where he hit for a .307 average, seven doubles, six triples, five home runs and 35 RBI, to go along with 37 walks and 31 stolen bases, Hamilton was a Second Team All-Big
  12. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA A position that hasn't had a preseason sure-fire starter since Kacy "The Mayor of UFCU Disch-Falk Field" Clemens roamed the dirt, first base is yet again up for grabs heading into a new season. While things worked out better than expected for the Longhorns in 2018 after Jake McKenzie took over the position, he and his golden glove, leadership and do-it-all ability currently reside at a natural gas and petroleum exploration company in San Antonio. Nevertheless, Texas baseball must go on and the opening left behind must get filled. In sports, sometimes the filling i
  13. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA Originally thought of as a question mark coming into 2018, Texas’ catching position became a bastion of strength over the course of the year. Senior DJ Petrinsky was the driving force behind the success after fighting off redshirt senior Michael McCann on his way to becoming one of the conference’s best full-time catching hitters and most lethal arms behind the plate. After playing for two years at Hill College, Petrinsky arrived at Texas with an immediate chance to start. Known more for his bat than his defensive prowess, Petrinsky delivered with his consistency
  14. BY TRAVIS HLAVINKA With Texas Baseball signing 15 high school seniors on National Signing Day Wednesday morning, the college baseball season is inching closer and closer. Head coach David Pierce announced the inking of the young players and called the day “another step in the right direction for the Texas Baseball program.” “The class of 2019 fills the needs of our program,” Pierce said. “It consists of three catchers, three left-handed pitchers, a right-handed pitcher, two outfielders, two infielders and four two-way players—three right-handed pitchers and one left-handed.” Th
  15. Quick update, we're headed B3, and Tennessee Tech is up 4-0. Chased the Ole Miss starter in T3. I'll try to keep y'all updated.
  16. FRIDAY, JUNE 1 Game 1: No. 2 Indiana vs. No. 3 Texas A&M -- 4 p.m. CT TV: ESPN2 Game 2: No. 1 Texas vs. No. 4 Texas Southern -- 8 p.m. CT TV: Longhorn Network SATURDAY, JUNE 2 Game 3: TBA (Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser) -- 1:30 p.m. CT TV: TBA Game 4: TBA (Game 1 winner vs. Game 2 winner) -- 6 p.m. CT TV: TBA SUNDAY, JUNE 3 Game 5: TBA (Game 3 winner vs. Game 4 loser) -- 2 p.m. CT TV: TBA Game 6: TBA (Game 4 winner vs. Game 5 winner) -- 8 p.m. CT TV: TBA MON
  17. So, this happened. Still rubbing my eyes in disbelief. Haven't seen a play like this outside of T-Ball.
  18. Can’t believe an Astros WS thread hasn’t been started. Helluva game both tonight and last night. A little bit of everything and the Astros got out of LA with their first franchise WS win and now have home field advantage. I know @Daniel Seahorn @Johnstark23 @MBHORNSFAN @Aaron Carrara & @streettopeschel are paying attention to the games. Who else is? Next game on Friday. Let’s go ‘Stros!!
  19. For 2018, the NCAA has changed how they'll do the seeding for the CWS Tournament. See the article below from Kendall Rogers at www.D1Baseball.com ************************************************************************** Top Seeding Changes Coming To Tourney News Kendall Rogers - October 6, 2017 For years, college baseball coaches and fans alike have asked the same question about how the NCAA tournament field is assembled. “If softball can seed the top teams in the tournament 1-16, why can’t baseball?”. That’s the question that has been on everyon
  20. After adding HS commit RHP Bryce Elder last night, Piece & Co add JUCO OF Duke Ellis tonight. Look for this to be popping up on Twitter often.
  21. Cantu is getting a change of scenery. Wish him the best. He has always been a fine representative of UT, especially off the field. Hopefully this fresh start helps him find his groove again.
  22. Texas and LSU have agree to play at Alex Box the 2nd weekend next year!
  23. Per Kendall Rogers, looks like Sosa will be transferring to a JC.

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