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Looking Ahead to 2023: Part 3

As I mentioned in Part 1 and Part 2 of the 2023 preview, the Red Raiders lost 20 men from the 2022 roster, and they bring back only 18 returners. I know that this time of year the burning question is who will be starting. But at the Red Raider Club Baseball Tailgate Dinner, Head …

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Looking Ahead to 2023: Part 2

In case you missed it, Part 1 of this article looked back at the program, 2022, and those players who will not be back this season for various reasons. As I wrote about in Part 1, the Red Raiders have 20 contributors not returning in 2023 due to exhaustion of their eligibility, the MLB Draft, …

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Big 12 Releases Baseball Broadcast Schedule

IRVING, Texas – The Big 12 Conference and ESPN released the television schedule for 2023 Big 12 Baseball on Tuesday, February 7. In their release, the conference outlined 302 games that have been chosen for broadcast and of those, 47 will be aired on linear television. That simply means channels that can be accessed through …

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Analyzing the Game: The Goose Egg Metric

The 2022 season was an up-and-down one for the Red Raider bullpen. There were some notable struggles, to be sure. On March 12 at Rice, after Tech starter Brandon Birdsell pitched six innings of scoreless, no-hit ball, his successors allowed the Owls to tie the game 2-2. On March 26, the bullpen gave up eight …

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