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Wednesday, June 29, 2022

Texas A&M beat rival Longhorns out of CVS with a 10-2 victory

OMAHA, Neb. .

Egi (43-19) noticed that Texas (47-22) was leading in two series before they took control of the first CVS game between programs that had met 373 times since 1904.

Their first win in five appearances in Omaha since 1993 moved Texas A&M to another eliminated game on Tuesday against the loser in Sunday’s game between Oklahoma and Notre Dame.

Aggies starter Micah Dallas admitted it was an added pleasure to oust Longhorns.

“There’s a little extra oomf behind it all, especially when it comes to Texas, because if you just look at the fan bases, there’s a lot of real hatred between you,” Dallas said. “It simply came to our notice then. We respect them. They are a great club. But there is a little more, I don’t know, competition. “

Leading 8-2, Egi faced a stressful situation in the sixth inning when Jacob Palish sent Mitchell Daly to fill the bases with two cars, and Ivan Melendez came to the bat. Palisch knocked out the national leader in homer and hitter .393, catching him watching a fast ball in his knees on the inside half of the board.

Palish clenched his fist as he left the embankment, and Dallas (7-3), who had previously been replaced by four strokes, let out a celebratory scream in the dugout and hurried to greet the left-hander.

“It was a big part of the game,” said Aggies coach Jim Schlossnagle.

Dallas had two memorable trips for Texas Tech at CVS 2019, and things didn’t start great for him on Sunday, as the Longhorns scored individual results in the first two innings. He kept them goalless for the next three before Palis entered the game after the first two shots in the sixth range.

Texas starter Lucas Gordon (7-2) endured just 1 2/3 of the innings in the shortest of his 16 career starts, after the first 1-2-3 innings of 10 points.

The eruption of the long sticks is the offensive identity of the Agians, and they did it perfectly in the second in order to put pressure on Gordon. No turn behind the plate was better than Werner’s. He fouled seven balls and counted from 0-2 to full during the 11-point stick that ended by hitting the line in the left field for a two-series single and a 4-2 lead.

That was it for Gordon, who threw 43 throws in the inning before Jared Southard came in as the first of five players. The Agians scored individual races in the third and fourth and two in the fifth and thus advanced in six runs.

“We all had the same goal, and that was to have a bunch of dogs in the end,” said Austin Todd. “I do not think it has really hit me yet. We are fighting for this and this is all we have worked for. It’s just one of those things we didn’t do today. “

The Eggs also beat Texas in a regular game in Austin and have now won four in a row against Longhorn, which they played regularly when they were both in the Big 12 and the Old Southwest Conference.

They will reunite at the Southeast Conference when Texas becomes a member, by 2025 at the latest.

KICKING ADDITIONAL POINTS, ER, RUN

An unusual game in the third inning led to the Texas A&M race. Troy Clanchun landed in third place, but Skyler Messenger’s throw pulled the first player from Melendez’s base to the line and the ball flew out of his glove.

Ryan Targak, who was walking, went to the third while Melendez chased the ball and shot it into the Texas dugout. Targac received the award because the ball was out of play.

POWER FAILURE

Texas has not had home runs in consecutive games for the second time since March 1. The Longhorns came to Omaha with a program record of 128, most of all CVS teams and tied for third place nationally.

Texas ended with just one extra shot, a double shot by Douglas Hodo III against Edge. The Longhorns came in second on Sunday at the national level in the doubles with 156.

FAST STARTS

Austin Todd’s RBI single that gave Texas a 1-0 lead made this the first CVS in the event’s 75-year history to be scored in a series of top innings in each of the first five games.

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