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Fresh off a Big 12 series win at Oklahoma State last weekend, Baylor returned home Tuesday night and blasted past Dallas Baptist, 7-1.
In the most simple terms, the Bears let one get away. Despite receiving another quality start from sophomore Josh Turley, Baylor baseball suffered from defensive miscues and a lack of offensive execution in a 4-2 loss to Missouri on Thursday night.
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.
Sunday at Baylor Ballpark handed the baseball team chilly weather and a chance to take the three game series against Kansas State.
Sunday at Baylor Ballpark handed the baseball team chilly weather and a chance to take the three game series against Kansas State. After the 21st ranked Bears rallied to grab a 4-3 win over the Wildcats, they move to 3-3 in conference play.
One-third of Baylor’s wins this season have come in the last at bat. The latest dramatic victory was a walk-off win against Kansas State on Friday night, giving them their fifth walk-off of the season. Senior Chris Slater roped a double down the right field line in the to score senior shortstop Landis Ware and capped off the defeat of the Wildcats, 5-4.
Nine innings with no walks thrown by Baylor’s pitching staff helped secure a 6-1 Bears win over UT Arlington Tuesday night.
Baylor baseball rebounded from a Friday night loss to beat Oral Roberts, 9-4, behind a late inning surge Saturday at Baylor Ballpark.
Every spring brings Baylor Baseball new faces, new obstacles and new questions. Not every season, however, brings with it a question of who will don the catcher’s mask.