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GALLERY: Baseball vs. Texas

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After introducing the starting lineup for Tuesday night’s game, the Aggies participated in the Aggie War Hymn and the tradition of “Saw ‘Em Off.”

The Texas A&M and University of Texas rivalry returned to College Station for a baseball game at Olsen Field on Tuesday, March 30 at 6:02 p.m. No. 5 ranked Texas brought a strong pitching game, but failed to record any runs. The Aggies capped off the night with two home runs, making the final score 2-0. Freshman pitcher Nathan Dettmer led the way for the Aggies with a total of six strikeouts over seven innings and was named player of the game. 
The Texas A&M baseball team will travel to Columbia, Missouri for a conference series beginning on Thursday, April 1 against the Missouri Tigers. 

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  • The Aggies line the dugout before the game begins. 

  • A fan leads the Texas Baseball team in the “Texas Fight” fight song before the game. 

  • Freshman pitcher Nathan Dettmer was named player of the game for his performance while pitching through seven innings for the Aggies. 

  • The newly added student section “Section 12,” was packed for the game against Texas. 

  • Senior infielder Will Frizzell catches a ball at first base to stop Texas player Eric Kennedy from reaching first. 

  • Freshman infielder Kalae Harrison tags a Texas player out on second base. 

  • The newly added student section “Section 12,” was packed for the game against Texas. 

  • First baseman Will Frizzell was part of the starting lineup for the Aggies in the game against Texas. 

  • Sophomore outfielder Logan Britt rounds first base after hitting the first home run of the night for the Aggies in the fourth inning. 

  • Graduate student Mikey Hoehner delivered the second solo homer of the night in the seventh inning to giving the Aggies a 2-0 lead over Texas. 

  • Section 12 quickly reached capacity for the game against Texas. 

  • Texas freshman infielder Mitchell Daly runs toward first base. 

  • An Aggie gives a Gig ‘Em in support of the Texas A&M baseball team. 

  • Graduate student Ray Alejo recorded four at-bats and one run for the Aggies. 

  • Mikey Hoehner celebrates his home run while he runs the bases of Olsen Field. 

  • Senior pitcher Chandler Jozwiak pitched the last two innings for Texas A&M. 

  • The Texas A&M baseball team lines up at the conclusion of the game to give high-fives and celebrate the win over Texas by putting the “horns down.” 

  • The Texas baseball team and coaching staff gather together for a picture following the conclusion of the game. 

  • The Aggies recorded a total of two runs, six hits and zero errors in the game against Texas. 

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