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The BattalionMay 4, 2024

GALLERY: Baseball vs. Prarie View

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Photo by Josh Gleason

Starting pitcher, Freshman Chris Webber, gave up five hits and threw six strikeouts.

Texas A&M defeated Prairie View A&M 9-1 at Blue Bell Park on Wednesday evening. The Aggies will head into a weekend series versus the University of Illinois – Chicago with a 5-0 record. 

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  • Junior Cam Blake flys out to right center field in the bottom of the second inning. 

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Junior Cam Blake made a catch at the warning track.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • After knocking down a line drive come backer, pitcher Chris Webber ran the ball to first base for the out.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Freshman Hunter Watson went 0-2 with two strike outs.

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  • Freshman Ty Coleman was out at second on a force from a ground ball to the third baseman.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Junior Braden Shewmake stole second base in the sixth inning after reaching base on a walk.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Sophomore Zach Deloach advanced to second and third base on two wild pitches in the sixth inning.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Sophomore Christian Roa faced three batters and struck out one, pitching only in the seventh inning.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Sophomore Mason Corbett advanced to third base on a wild pitch and shortly after scored a run.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Junior Kyle Richardson pitched for relief in the eighth inning, striking out two batters.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Senior Allonte Wingate scored an unearned run on an error by the shortstop.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Freshman Brett Brown was thrown out at home plate on a relay from the center fielder.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Sophomore Aaron Walters gets ready to react to a play in the ninth inning. Walters also scored one of the Aggies’ nine runs against Prairie View on Wednesday Feb. 20.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Logan Foster and team celebrate their fifth win of the season on Wednesday Feb 20. They will prepare to face UIC at Blue Bell Park in their second weekend series, starting Feb 22. 

    Photo by Josh Gleason
  • Texas A&M students celebrate the Aggies’ win over Prairie View with bubbles.

    Photo by Josh Gleason
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