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Texas Tech Sunday Morning Baseball Notes - A Win On The Road Edition

Texas Tech 4, Texas 2

Date Start Time Texas Tech
Starting Pitcher
Starting Pitcher
3/27/2009 6:00 p.m. Miles Morgan (L, 1-4) Chance Ruffin (W, 4-2) 5-9
3/28/2009 2:00 p.m. AJ Ramos (W, 3-1) Brandon Workman (L, 3-2) 4-2
3/29/2009 1:00 p.m. TBA Cole Green (2-0, 2.37) -
LF - Michael Reed (Jr.); CF - Taylor Ashby (Jr.); RF - Garrett Totten (Fr.)
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. Official Series Press Release (pdf).

Ramos and Bettis are pretty damned good. Granted, the UT offense hasn't been lighting it up, but it sure does feel nice to get a win (recap). Senior AJ Ramos (6.0 IP; 6 H; 2 R; 2 ER; 2 BB; 5 SO) earned a huge win on Saturday while sophomore Chad Bettis (3.0 IP; 1 H; 1 R; 1 BB; 0 SO) was tremendous in relief, earned his third save of the season. Chris Richburg (1-3; 3 RBI; 1 HR) put Texas Tech up for good in the 3rd inning. More young guys stepped up as well, freshman right fielder Garrett Totten (1-3) doubled in the 4th inning and sophomore catcher Jeremy Mayo (1-4; 1 RBI) singled to score Totten.

I have no idea who starts for Texas Tech to finish the game, and perhaps that if the game is close, Bettis can go again, although I highly doubt that he'd pitch in back-to-back games. We're probably looking at a combination of Nate Karns, Cory Large and Brian Cloud getting the call today.