No. 25 Baylor baseball was four outs away from a no-hitter as it improved to 4-0 on the season, defeating the No. 15 TCU Horned Frogs Tuesday by a score of 7-1 in front of a crowd of nearly 2,800 at Baylor Ballpark.
The Baylor baseball team kicked off its season this past weekend with a three-game sweep of the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles. This marks Baylor’s first three-game sweep in nearly two years. The Bears are now ranked No. 25 by Baseball America.
Baylor baseball swept its opening weekend series against Oral Roberts, capped off by a 8-1 win Sunday as part of an afternoon doubleheader.
The Baylor baseball team kicked off their season with a 3-2 win against the Oral Roberts Golden Eagles. Trent Blank earned the win for the Bears. Lars Liguori was charged with the loss for Oral Roberts, and Baylor’s Dillon Newman recorded the save.
Baylor starter Josh Turley had his fans’ hearts racing in the latter stages of the Bears’ 3-2 win over Rice on Saturday, but he escaped every jam to help his team move closer to a super regional berth.
Baylor baseball coach Steve Smith likened the Bears’ NCAA tournament-opening game against California on Friday to Thursday’s NBA Finals matchup between Dallas and Miami.
Baylor baseball coach Steve Smith said he sent a text message to one of his players at 3 a.m. Saturday morning, unable to sleep after Friday’s heartbreaking, 5-4 loss to Oklahoma.
Baylor pitching and hitting alike appeared bogged down as the Bears dropped the muggy Tuesday night matchup to the University of Nevada Las Vegas, 7-4, at Baylor Ballpark.
A 10-inning fiesta that included back-to-back triples and a three-run homer boosted Baylor Baseball past the University of Texas at Arlington 9-4 Tuesday in Arlington.
Baylor starting pitcher Josh Turley wasn’t used to the media attention he got following the Bears’ 7-6 win over Texas Saturday. But if having a career day means pushing back postgame plans because of interviews, Turley welcomes it with open arms.