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#18 Baylor Baseball Picks Up Huge Series Opening Win Against #22 Texas Tech, 11-10

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Baylor Bears v Texas Longhorns Photo by Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

#18 Baylor Baseball started their road series against #22 Texas Tech with a huge extra innings victory Thursday night, winning 11-10. Baylor started the scoring flurry in the 2nd inning, putting up three runs off a series of hits. Tech responded with two in the bottom of the 2nd. Baylor re-upped their lead with a HUGE grand slam in the top of the 3rd by MacKenize Mueller:

Tech closed the gap slightly with a solo homer in the bottom of the 3rd to make it 7-3. Baylor’s Davis Wendzel connected on yet another long ball for the Bears, adding two more runs in the top of the 4th:

9-3 was the biggest lead Baylor would have all night. Texas Tech started coming back with a vengeance in the bottom of the 5th, scoring 4 runs all off of a two out rally. With the score at 9-7, Tech added yet another run in the bottom of the 6th to make it 9-8. Baylor’s Cole Harring responded with the Bears’ third home run of the game, putting Baylor up 10-8:

Texas Tech tied the game up in the bottom of the 8th with a pair of runs. Baylor couldn’t take the lead in the top of the 9th. Likewise, Tech struck out twice in a row with one out to strand a runner in the bottom of the 9th leading to extra innings. Neither team got anything going in the 10th and Baylor was able to score a run in the 11th off a couple hits, putting them up 11-10. Baylor walked the leadoff runner for Tech in the bottom of the 11th. However, a sac bunt, a pop up, and a strikeout left the runner stranded and got the Bears a great conference road win over a ranked foe.

The Bears will attempt to clinch the series tonight (Friday) at 6:30 PM CT. You can watch the game on FS1. Sic ‘em Baylor Baseball!