The Baylor men’s baseball team had been on a slide, losing six out of its last eight games, but senior outfielder Nathan Orf and junior right-handed-pitcher Josh Michalec led the Bears to a 4-1 victory over the Sam Houston State Bearkats to get the Bears their first road victory of the season.
Reliever Dillon Newman allowed only an infield hit in five shutout innings and Jake Miller drove in three runs to help Baylor beat Dallas Baptist 8-2 Monday to win the Waco Regional and host a Super Regional.
No. 3 Baylor baseball returned to its winning ways with a 6-4 win over the University of Texas at Arlington Wednesday at Baylor Ballpark.
“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.
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.
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 swept the series against the Kansas Jayhawks this weekend with what can surely be called a bizarre end to the Sunday afternoon series finisher.
The Baylor baseball team remained perfect at home with a 6-2 win Tuesday over the Sam Houston State Bearkats.