May 3, 2007

Texas A&M Might Have A Pitching Problem

For a team with allegedly the second best pitching rotation in the Big XII, Texas A&M has allowed runs in bunches. Since March 17th, Texas A&M has played 26 games and given up 7 or more runs in 13 of them. The Aggies are not suprisingly 5-8 in those 13 games. The Aggies only gave up 7 runs once in their first 21 games, suggesting that early weekend series versus UTPA and Jacksonville State weren't great barometers of future performance. For comparison sake, the best pitching sqaud in the Big XII has given up 7 runs only 9 times all season (49 games). There's really only one thing we can say to that...
Given these revalations, expect to see dominant pitching performances from the Aggies when they face the Horns in two weeks.

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