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    Re: 3/2 vs Texas A&M

    Quote Originally Posted by TYLERTECHSAS View Post
    I was at the game and had a great time in Tech's left field deck/porch area. The venue/stadium and surroundings are incredible and very family friendly. Anyone within 3 hours needs to go today or tomorrow to watch us beat Cal and Baylor. Awesome win!
    I agree. My boy and I had a great time! Will not be there today due to a company function but will be there tomorrow.

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    Re: 3/2 vs Texas A&M

    Their fans on Texas Ags were complaining we were getting strikes on pitches “two feet” outside. Their coach, though, was very complimentary of our pitcher and our team as a whole.
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    I think the Aggie hitters were hurt by having nine straight home games. They kept watching strike after strike, thinking they would get the calls. The "home-cooking" umps, lulled them into a false sense of the strike zone and it hurt them last night.

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    Re: 3/2 vs Texas A&M

    I wish we would go 100% YouTube for non televised games. It's just too user friendly

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    Re: 3/2 vs Texas A&M

    Miller and Huddleston were obviously the Players of the Game, but Quinton Logan was the unsung hero of this game. He got into a jam with walks, and the Aggie fans took over with a chant. Every Tech fan in that stadium was thinking "uh oh." But QL regained his composure and got a K and DP to get out of the jam when he could've easily folded. Huge stop for Tech when it felt like A&M was seizing the momentum. I watched a Cal pitcher completely meltdown when the Aggies started that same "ball" chant with him on the mound.

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