FORT WORTH – Texas starter Bryce Elder’s first 106 pitches resulted in no TCU runs. His 108th pitch started TCU’s ninth-inning, 3-2 come-from-behind victory.
Fifteen pitchers combined for 18 walks, eight hit batsmen, 374 pitches, and 13 runs in Texas’ 7-6 midweek win over Arkansas.
After a five-pitch first inning, Jack Neely started as strong as a pitcher could against a great offensive team like Arkansas. In the second? Not so much.
Halfway through the most challenging portion of its schedule, the No. 9 Texas Longhorns (D1Baseball.com) are 15-7 overall with series wins over every weekend opponent save Stanford.
Former Texas head coach and college baseball icon Augie Garrido passed away one year ago. Coaching colleagues, players, and administrators still use lessons learned from a man they considered a friend, August Edmun Garrido, Jr.
2022 is a long way off, but that doesn’t mean Longhorns staffers on both sides of IH-35 haven’t kicked the tires on a few freshmen.
The first 50 minutes are with Ian Boyd regarding spring ball.
The next 30 minutes are so are with Joe Cook regarding the ‘other’ spring ball.
David Pierce’s No. 12 Longhorn baseball team travels to Palo Alto, Calif. this weekend to face the No. 6 Stanford Cardinal. The Longhorns and Cardinal have matched up every year since 1998. Late Texas head coach Augie Garrido and former Stanford head coach Mark Marquess both played similar styles of ball, and with Garrido originally from Northern California, a series between the two programs was a perfect match.
AUSTIN — At 10-3, Texas is out of the gate strong to start 2019. A big part of that is the man they send to the plate to start things for the Texas offense.
AUSTIN — With Saturday’s win over No. 2 LSU, the No. 22 Texas Longhorns proved their game one win was no fluke.
In addition to repeating the final result with an 8-4 win, a lot of facets from Friday’s game reappeared in the second game of the weekend series.