Applying David Pierce’s post-A&M comments to season-long problems

David Pierce (Joe Cook/IT)
David Pierce (Joe Cook/IT)

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You can find a summary of the game here via Texas, but this is going to dive more into season-long problems than problems stemming from Texas’ 9-6 loss to Texas A&M.

I’m going to start out with an assertion I’ve made several times over the course of the 2019 baseball season. Texas reaching Omaha in 2018 was well ahead of schedule, at least by one year.

See, David Pierce’s first season looked about how I expected it to go. He inherited a roster built for a different style of baseball, but happily claimed those players as his own.

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