“Others receiving votes.” That’s where the Baylor baseball team was in the rankings to begin the season. A record of 35-7, including 24 straight wins, has changed the minds of voters around the country.
There was no shortage of offense for the No. 6 Baylor baseball team as it tied its all-time win streak total of 20 games by beating the Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi Islanders Tuesday 15-2. The game was ended after the top of the seventh due to run rule.
Baylor baseball has continued to claw its way up the standings. The Bears have reached the No. 6 overall ranking according to Baseball America, and the latest victim in their 19-game winning streak was the Kansas State Wildcats.
No. 8 Baylor baseball reached 15 wins in a row after beating the Louisiana-Monroe Warhawks 7-5 Tuesday.
Amid all of the excitement surrounding Baylor’s success on the basketball court, you may not have realized the Bears have been winning on the baseball diamond.
It took 13 innings and nearly four hours, but the No. 21 Baylor Bears earned their 11th win in a row and third Big 12 sweep of the season. The team is now 22-7 and 9-0 in conference play.
No. 21 Baylor baseball continued its hot streak with a 14-5 win against the University of Houston Tuesday at Cougar Field in Houston.
Baylor’s bullpen lost control late in Tuesday night’s game against TCU, and the Bears fell, 9-4. Junior Colt Browder took the loss after allowing two costly walks that helped the Horned Frogs grab an eighth-inning lead they would not lose.
The Baylor baseball team remained perfect at home with a 6-2 win Tuesday over the Sam Houston State Bearkats.
No. 25 Baylor baseball kept its perfect record under the lights intact Wednesday at The Dell Diamond in Round Rock, defeating Texas State 5-1.