Texas Tech 4, Baylor 8
|Date||Start Time||Texas Tech
|3/20/2009||6:30 p.m.||Miles Morgan (L, 1-3)||Kendal Volz (W, 2-1)||4-8|
|3/21/2009||6:30 p.m.||AJ Ramos (L, 2-1)||Logan Verrett (W, 6-0)||4-5|
|3/22/2009||1:30 p.m.||TBA||Shawn Tolleson (0-0, 4.96)||-|
LF - Michael Reed (Jr.); CF - Mason Macnoll (Fr.); RF - Taylor Ashby (Jr.)
3RD - Justin Berry (Fr.); SS - Joey Kenworthy (Jr.); 2ND - Willie Rueda (Sr.); 1ST - Chris Richburg (Sr.)
C - Jeremy Mayo (Fr.)
DH - Scott LeJeune (Fr.) or Nich Hanslik (Fr.)
*Click on the score for boxscore.
Another game where the Red Raiders out-hit Baylor (14 to 8), but still come up short, despite a decent outing by starting pitcher AJ Ramos and good relief from Robert Kilcrease (recap). Ramos (5.0 IP; 6 H; 4 ER; 1 BB; 5 SO) was solid, but not spectacular. Certainly he was good enough to earn the win. Kilcrease (3.0 IP; 2 H; 1 R; 4 BB; 1 SO) did give up the winning run, but he too was solid, or at least much more solid than what the bullpen has previously been, although he did give up 4 walks. The defense continues to be shaky as the Red Raiders had 3 errors (5 in the past two games), although it does not appear that the errors led to any runs. The offense did a good job of hitting the ball, but just couldn't drive in the runs. DH Scott LeJeune (5-5; 3 RBI) was absolutely incredible, while Joey Kenworth (2-5), Taylor Ashby (2-5) and Garrett Totten (2-2) all had a two hit game.