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Pan Am will be going with:
For the Aggies:
On the mound for UTPA is Guadalupe Barerra, he's given up two hits and no earned runs in one three inning appearance on the season.
For the Aggies it's Corey Ray. Ray has appeared in four games and started two, he's allowed 11 hits and 2 earned runs over 13.1 innings pitched so far this season. Opponents are batting .234 against Ray thus far.
It's a shame that it's spring break, because with names like Guadalupe and McCarthy this would be perfect for some wild student section shenanigans.
This post has been edited 5 times, most recently by Aubrey Bloom on 3/13/2012 at 10:00 PM
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Obviously in a midweek series you're looking for the Aggies to get the bats going and getting ready for the series this weekend against Kansas state to start conference play.
The Broncos score first on an E1. Ray is getting banged around a bit here in the first and then he had a bad throw over to first that allowed the run from third. I'm not going to update every innings, just when the score changes.
As soon as I type that, it's 2-0 Broncs. That's three hits so far in the first.
I know it's "early", but this team needs to get it together ASAP.
Nothing doing for the Aggies. It's 3-0 Pan am here in the top of the second.
Two consecutive bunt singles by Bolcerek and Bratsen have the Aggies cooking with the bases loaded and no outs here in the bottom of the second. Stein is up next.
Stein hits a sac fly to right to get the Aggies on the board. It's 3-1 with runners at the corners for Statum.
Bratsen is going to follow that up with a sac fly of his own to make it 3-2. Allemand batting with a runner at second.
UT-PA has already tacked on another run here in the 4th and still have two runners in scoring position. Not a good night on the diamond so far for the Aggies.
Gandy Stubblefield in to pitch.
A Stein double makes it 4-3.
No changes bro. Though a great diving catch by Statum kept it at 4-4.
AND THEN AND THEN AND THEN AND THEN??
A Naquin double makes it 4-6 Ags.
A sac fly followed by some interesting fielding decisions by PanAm make it 8-4.
Parker Ray is on to pitch the 9th.
That's going to do it, 10-4 is your final.
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