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Texas A&M pitcher Ryan Prager (18) dlivers a pitch during Texas A&M’s game against Kentucky at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at in Omaha, Nebraska on Monday, June 17, 2024. Prager went for 6.2 innings, allowing two hits and zero runs. (Chris Swann/The Battalion)
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Texas A&M outfielder Jace Laviolette (17) robs a home run from Florida infielder Cade Kurland (4) in the top of the ninth inning during Texas A&M’s game against Florida at the NCAA Men’s College World Series at Charles Schwab Field in Omaha, Nebraska on Sunday, June 15, 2024. (Hannah Harrison/The Battalion)
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GALLERY: Baseball 2020 Aggie Lead Off

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Photo by Photo by Meredith Seaver

Senior Yell Leader Kenny Cantrell signs a baseball for a fan.

On Saturday, Feb. 8 players and coaches of Aggie baseball shaved their heads in support of cancer research. Leading up to the event players raised money through the Vs. Cancer Foundation and the player that raised the most money had the privilege of shaving coach Rob Childress’ hair.
Photos by Meredith Seaver and Samantha Mahler

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  • Junior Yell Leader Jacob Huffman leads the crowd in “Farmers Fight.”

  • The yell leaders lead “Beat the Hell Out of Cancer!”

  • Outfielder Cam Blake received one of the first haircuts of the day.

  • Infielder Ty Coleman gets his head shaved.

  • Assistant coach Chad Caillet and student assistant coach Cliff Pennington also participated in the festivities.

  • Infielder Will Frizzell get his hair cut by a member of the Sports Clips staff.

  • Junior Bryce Blaum was one of the first to have his haircut.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Pitcher Evan Vanek looks in disbelief at his new haircut.

  • Pitcher Evan Vanek looks in disbelief at his new haircut.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Freshman outfielder Logan Britt had his hair shaved without a guard on the clippers.

  • Senior Cam Blake shaves the head of freshman Logan Britt.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Freshman Logan Britt reacts to seeing a photo of himself with his hair partially shaved.

  • Freshman Logan Britt ask for coach Rob Childress’ opinion on his new look.

  • Aggie baseball head coach Rob Childress looks at freshman Logan Britt‘s new haircut.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Pitcher Asa Lacy and outfielder Zach DeLoach watch as their teammates lose their hair.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Coach Rob Childress mentioned to the stylist that one of the team pillars was trust.

  • Pitcher Christian Roa had the privilege of shaving coach Rob Childress’ hair after raising the most money.

  • Coach Rob Childress asked to see the clippers prior to getting his head shaved.

  • Onlookers watch as pitcher Joseph Menefee gets his hair cut.

  • Pitcher Chris Weber had some of the longest hair when it came time for the clippers to come out.

  • Players had the opportunity to choose which guard to put on the clippers.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Catcher Mikey Hoehner has his hair shaved by his teammates.

  • Freshman Will Johnson prepares to have his hair shaved by upperclassmen without a guard on the clippers.

  • Freshman Will Johnson reacts to seeing himself in the mirror.

  • Freshman Will Johnson reacts to seeing himself bald for the first time.

  • Junior Rody Barker has his hair shaved by his teammates.

  • Pitcher Asa Lacy prepares to have his head shaved.

  • Senior Cam Blake shaves lines into teammate Rody Barker‘s hair.

  • Pitcher Cam Wynne has his hair shaved by fellow pitcher Joseph “Moo” Menefee.

  • Freshman Trevor Werner has his hair shaved without a guard on the clippers.

  • Pitcher Jonathan Childress has his hair shaved by Joseph Menefee.

  • Every baseball player including members of the coaching staff participated in getting their head shaved in support of cancer research.

  • Freshman Blake Mayfield has his hair shaved by upperclassmen without a guard on the clippers.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Pitcher Dustin Saenz photographs his teammates haircuts.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Freshman Izzy Lopez had his head shaved without a guard on the clippers.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Freshman Mason Orneales awaits his new haircut.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Sports Clips gave haircuts to the baseball team for the event.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Members of the baseball team grew their hair out prior to the event.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Pitcher Dawson Barr is photographed by fans while he gets his head shaved.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • The baseball players had their haircuts finished prior to their Maroon and White Scrimmage.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Pitchers Evan Vanek and Bryce Miller look at their new haircuts.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Member of the baseball team raised money leading up to the event.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
  • Outfielder Zach DeLoach was one of the last to finish haircuts.

    Photo by Photo by Samantha Mahler
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