Tech falls to the end of Showdown – Texas Tech Red Thieves

Arlington, Texas – The No. 14 Texas Tech Baseball Team lost on Sunday afternoon at the Globe Life Field on the final day of the State Farm College Exhibition 13-2 in Arizona. The Wildcats did not stop posting the first five runs of the game for the rest of the game.

The beginner of technology, Mason MolinaThe first student entered 4.0 Innings. In the first four, Ining Molina allowed Arizona to score one goal. He had trouble starting the fifth end, allowing him to double back and forth in the Wildcats’ 8-9 tackle line. Relievers Andrew Davin And Jamie Hit Combined to complete the introduction. In general, Arizona can explode into a home run using a triple jump, triple, single and wild bell and ballet.

Arizona went on to win two more in the seventh, three in the eighth and three in the ninth. The Red Cats used eight pitches with a total of 16 shots, eight of which were seven doubles and several home runs.

The Red Devils’ biggest threat came in the fifth and sixth innings. Tech had a runner who scored the first goal of the game in the middle of the fifth half. Dilon Carter He traveled with two exits to walk. Dalton Porter, Who took his first job in a one-off single. Porter slows down as he descends third. Parker Kelly He hit the ground with a plaster that could not be cleaned, but fired a third shot to get out.

In the sixth. Ryan Brom He scored the pinnacle-hit single for the success of his career. Elementary equivalent Owen Washington Manufactured walk, and Jess Jung He fought in a 0-2 draw to walk and lay the foundations for a second consecutive inning. Steele hit the playoffs to Plant Brom and Porter hit the RBI single on the field, scoring a goal for Washington on the field and in the game.

Porter led the team with two goals in the first half of the season. Bromme, Jung and Kelly scored three other goals for the team.


Texas Tech returns to Lubok for home opening Tuesday. The first game was against Dallas Baptist at 2 p.m.

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